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Thursday, 21 April 1921


Senator RUSSELL (VICTORIA) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) - The policy followed is, to establish lights on. the trade routes most used. Comparatively speaking, a very limited number of ships use the north-west coast of Australia from Fremantle northwards, although the coast from Fremantleto the south is frequently used, that being the shipping track from overseas to other States. Consideration is being given to the establishment of a high-po-wered light at D'Entrecasteaux, or in that vicinity, also for a light at Eclipse Island. In addition to these, a buoy will be established in Cambridge Gulf next financial year.







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