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Thursday, 8 October 1936

Senator BROWN (QUEENSLAND) - Will the Leader of the Senate state whether the Government has considered the desirableness of sending to England for the coronation festivities direct representatives of the farmers and workers who do the useful work for Australia.

Senator Sir GEORGE PEARCE - The whole subject of visitors to England for the coronation celebrations is at present under the consideration of the Government. I can say no more than that at this juncture.

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