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Thursday, 17 September 1942


Senator DARCEY (Tasmania) . - Honorable senators will give me the credit of abiding by the Standing Orders of the Senate in regard to interjections. I have been a member of this chamber for four years this month, and it can be said that I have not interjected twice. My name has been bandied about to-day by honorable senators on both sides of the chamber. One honorable senator said that it was torture to have to listen to me. To-night Ihave heard a great deal on the subject of bank credit, but in the two or three hours that the matter was debated, the Commonwealth Bank was never mentioned. In order to show that there is a change of opinion throughout the world in support of what I have said in this chamber, I place before honorable senators the following statement which emanated from London this week : -







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