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Wednesday, 23 June 1915

Mr KELLY (WENTWORTH, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I desire to ask the Assistant Minister of Defence whether something cannot be done to render the conditions of the medical examination of recruits somewhat easier. I have in mind particularly the conditions in Sydney, where, I understand, men are kept for a considerable time in a semi-undressed state in an unwarmed room; and with a view to obviating such hardships at recruiting centres, will the Minister, take immediate! steps to see that additions are made to the medical staff?

Mr JENSEN - If such a state of things exists, I shall endeavour to see that it is remedied.

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