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Wednesday, 13 June 1928


The CHAIRMAN - I gave the honorable member ample opportunity to speak, for T paused appreciably after stating the question and before putting


Mr YATES - I do not wish to be offensive to the Chair, but I consider that I have been unfairly treated. Perhaps it was partly my own fault; but I intimated clearly that, when the proposed vote for the Postmaster-General's Department was under consideration, I intended to raise a matter affecting an important part of my constituency. The Treasurer might have called my attention to the fact that my opportunity to do so had come.

I shall not allow treatment of this kind to pass in silence. I have had it "put over " me.


The CHAIRMAN - Order. The honorable member must withdraw that reflection upon the Chair.


Mr YATES - I withdraw it.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Bill reported without amendment; report adopted.

Bill read a third time.







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