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Thursday, 1 September 1921

Senator LYNCH (Western Australia) . - The articles mentioned in this item specially designed and imported for the use of the blind, deaf, and dumb, are to be admitted free, and I would like to know whether provision can be made for disabled returned soldiers who are inmates of public institutions to obtain any of these articles they may require under similar circumstances?

Senator E D MILLEN (NEW SOUTH WALES) - That would include artificial limbs, which are made here, and, therefore, they should not be admitted free of duty.

Item agreed to.

Item 369 (Articles of celluloid, &c, not included under any other heading) and item. 370 (Articles the property of the Commonwealth) agreed to.

Item 371-

Articles imported or purchased in bond for the official use of the Governor-General, and declared as being for such official use, free.

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