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Thursday, 31 July 1902


Sir WILLIAM LYNE (HUME, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for Home Affairs) - The answer to the honorable member's question is as follows : -

Military instruction has, in the opinion of the general officer commanding, been seriously hampered inSouth Australia for want of a sufficient number of qualified permanent instructors. As there are instructors in excess of numbers at present required in New South Wales and Queensland, some are being transferred to South Australia, instead of otherwise either increasing the total number of permanently employed instructors under the Commonwealth, or of dismissing instructors who are qualified from other States in order to make fresh appointments in South Australia.







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