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Thursday, 29 April 1915

Mr FISHER - I think the Public Accounts Committee is very active, and will continue to be so. The rearrangement which has been made in regard u> the financing of the Committee will, I believe, overcome any difficulties that have been experienced.

Mr Fowler - That is not the only difficulty. We have been stuck up in other ways.

Mr JOSEPH COOK - I should like to ask the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee whether they have encountered difficulties in the prosecution of their labours; if so, what those difficulties are, and how soon the House may expect some report of the Committee's proceedings?

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