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Wednesday, 8 May 1957

Mr DRUMMOND (NEW ENGLAND, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Has the attention of the Minister for Immigration been directed to the fact that at the annual conference of the New Citizenship Convention no provision has been made in the past for specific proposals to be considered by special committees in relation to problems of employment on the land as they affect immigrant settlers? In view of the great importance of primary industry to Australia, will the Minister consider discussing with the organizers of that extremely valuable conference a programme in which recognition will be given to the great importance of primary industries and of the employment of immigrants therein?

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