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Wednesday, 9 June 1915


Mr SPEAKER - I think that is a question upon which I must intervene. It is one which does not affect in any way the business before the House, and, that being so, it ought not to be asked.


Mr RODGERS (WANNON, VICTORIA) - I would like to ask the Prime Minister if his Government is committed to bring down legislation in accordance with the findings of the Adelaide Conference on Federal matters?


Mr SPEAKER - Order! May I again point out that questions of that character cannot be asked. If I were to permit such a question to be asked I could conceive that honorable members might feel at liberty to ask questions on any subject under the sun.


Mr RODGERS (WANNON, VICTORIA) - It is public policy.


Mr SPEAKER - Not at all. I have stated the honorable member must not ask such questions.







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