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Wednesday, 7 December 1927

Senator Sir WILLIAM GLASGOW (Queensland) (Minister for Defence) [ 10.45]. - A certain amount of this money has been spent on the encouragement of cotton growing, and some of it has been given to assist small graziers to purchase stud bulls.

Senator Findley - What about the destitute and lepers?

Senator Sir WILLIAM GLASGOW - There-, is, unfortunately, a certain amount of destitution in the Northern Territory, and money is made available by the Commonwealth just as it is made available by every State Government so that rations may be issued to the destitute. This vote is a recurring item.

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