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Tuesday, 14 June 1904


Mr WEBSTER (Gwydir) - I hope that the Prime Minister will not interpose the consideration of the Seat of Government Bill until the Arbitration Bill has been dealt with. Although I have not absolutely made up my mind with regard to any particular site, I think that if it is necessary to re-inspect any portion of a site considered by the last Parliament, an opportunity should be given to inspect it. It will be in the interests of a speedy decision of the whole question that objections should not be raised to the inspection of any portion of any of the three sites which were, last session, considered to have a chance.







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