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Thursday, 4 May 1961


Mr CREAN (Melbourne Ports) . - I should like to ask the Minister for Shipping and Transport (Mr. Opperman), who is now at the table, whether the passing of this bill will be the last business to be transacted by the House to-night. It is about time we had a little bit of order in the proceedings of the House.


Mr Adermann - It was agreed that the three measures should be discussed together.


Mr CREAN - I am not arguing about whether the three measures are being discussed together. I am trying to ascertain what business is to be dealt with next. The business paper indicates that the next item listed for discussion is Supply 1961-62. That item is of some significance. Also listed on the business paper are the Additional Estimates 1960-61, which cover additional expenditure amounting to approximately £57,000,000 for ordinary services, and the Additional Estimates for

Works and Services, which cover the expenditure of some £3,000,000.







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