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Thursday, 17 November 1938

Mr ANTHONY (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) - A week or two ago I asked the Treasurer if a ruling had been obtained as to the liability of a farmer's family fornational insurance contributions. The honorable gentleman promised to let me know at an early date. Has he yet considered the matter, and, if so, what is the decision?

Mr CASEY - I regret if there has been any apparent discourtesy on my part in regard to the matter. I was under the impression that the reply to the honorable member's question had been furnished to him. If it has not, I shall see that he gets it without delay.

Mr BEASLEY - If a person is employed on domestic or other work for one day a week, or part of a day each week, regularly every week, will that person be liable to contribute to the insurance scheme ?

Mr CASEY - If I am to answer offhand, I should say, "Yes ", but I prefer to consult with the National Insurance Commission, and give a considered reply.

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