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Thursday, 2 August 1934


Mr BEASLEY (West Sydney) . - It is desirable that honorable members should be given some idea of the order in which the Government proposes to deal with the business on the noticepaper. Last week a number of changes was made in the order in which the business of the House was dealt with and no objection was taken. But honorable members are entitled to know just where they stand, as Parliament will adjourn this week, so that they may be able to make plans ahead in respect of the matters to be discussed. Will the Prime Minister, before this motion is put to the House, indicate just what items on the business paper the Government intends to proceed with, and what items it proposes to allow to stand over? If honorable members are given some idea of the order in which it is proposed to deal with the business of the House, they will be able to secure the necessary information to debate ths measures intelligently.







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