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Wednesday, 6 July 1949

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Order ! The honorable member is aware that he is not entitled to introduce such matter in the guise of a question.

Mr ANTHONY - Very well, sir. I shall re-arrange the text of my question.

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Order ! The honorable member must ask his question in such a way as will comply with the Standing Orders.

Mr ANTHONY - If the British Government is prepared to allow capital to leave that country for the avowed purpose of purchasing factories that are at present manufacturing butter in order to convert them to other purposes, and thereby reduce the quantity of butter available in Australia for export to the United Kingdom, does not the Minister for Commerce and Agriculture consider that the time has arrived to terminate butter rationing in Australia?

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