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Wednesday, 23 March 1904


Sir JOHN FORREST (SWAN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) (Minister for Home Affairs) - I shall be glad if the honorable and learned member will indicate what he requires. So far as I know, all the correspondence has already been laid upon the table. If the honorable and learned member will particularize the information he desires, I shall do what I can to meet his wishes.


Mr FULLER - If there are any further papers in the shape of correspondence and telegrams which have not yet been brought before the House, will the Minister undertake to lay them on the table?


Sir JOHN FORREST - I shall look into the matter, and see if there are any papers which have not already been presented to the House.


Mr FULLER - I cannot tell what they are.


Sir JOHN FORREST - The honorable and learned member has threshed this matter to death. So far as I am aware, he already has all the information that is of any use.


Mr FULLER - There has already been an attempt at concealment, and I. desire to have all the papers laid before the House.


Sir JOHN FORREST - I deny that absolutely. There has been no such attempt, and I do not think that the honor- 2 d able and learned member should make that statement.







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