Note: Where available, the PDF/Word icon below is provided to view the complete and fully formatted document
Wednesday, 27 August 1941

Senator McLEAY - The answers to the honorable senator's questions are as follows : -

1.   At South Head, Mosman and North Head prices for December, 1940, and January and February, 1941, were constant at 35s. a ton. At the Showground 26s. for December, 1940, and 23s. for January and February, 1941.

2.   All places, 30s.

3.   Walgrove 26s. 6d., Ingleburn, Liverpool, Holdsworthy, and Narellan 21s. The contract for Richmond was at the rate of 20s. until April when it expired. Since the date of expiration, firewood has been purchased under local authority on the open market at prices varying between 20s. and 24s. a ton. Bankstown, 28s.0d.

4.   No.

5.   See 4.

Suggest corrections