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Tuesday, 18 April 1961


Mr McMAHON - It so happens that already the meat season is under way and Rockhampton has opened; and I understand that Gladstone will open to-day. I have now been assured that Gladstone will open to-day. So it is expected that there will be a considerable reduction in the number of applicants for employment in Queensland during the next few weeks. A little later, the sugar season will commence. I have nothing else to add to the answer I gave to the honorable gentleman from Bonython that this matter constantly engages the attention of the Government, and in the course of the next fourteen days we will be having a look at it in the general economic picture.







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