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Thursday, 18 August 1960


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Has the honorable member concluded his speech?


Mr CREAN - No. I have not started on the subject of the National Library. I have merely raised my objections to having to speak on that matter to-day. Since I have had no notice of this debate, the Government should be fair and have its next item of business called on. Therefore, I ask for leave to continue my remarks at a later stage.

Leave granted; debate adjourned.


Mr Crean - Is it now in order for me to move that the debate on the gold-mining industry be continued?


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - No. The motion to extend the time should have been moved when the debate was interrupted. The matter cannot again be brought up now. We shall proceed with the next order of the day.







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