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Wednesday, 26 May 1915


Mr FISHER (Wide Bay) (Prime Minister and Treasurer) .- A few sittings ago a question was raised that the censorship exercised in Australia was not exercised in London, and attention was drawn to a statement made by Mr. Rae in the House of Commons on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Colonies that the Commonwealth had censored matter which was free in England.


Mr Joseph Cook - Will you just wait a minute until I fetch in something?


Mr Tudor - The right honorable member cannot speak. The Prime Minister is replying.







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