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Wednesday, 16 November 1921

The CHAIRMAN - The honorable senator's remarks are scarcely relevant to the item.

Senator WILSON - I very often enjoy bananas cut into slices with a little sugar sprinkled on them; and as sugar is used in this way in the consumption of bananas, my remarks may be considered in order. Whilst not wishing to take up an antagonistic attitude towards the other House, and whilst endeavouring to meet them in the spirit suggested, I am going to ask the Senate to sit firm, and to give some consideration to those who have to rear large families in the cities. The people in the towns should be allowed to get fresh fruit at a reasonable price.

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