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Thursday, 2 October 1913


Senator CLEMONS - The answer is -

The value varies, but in any year it amounts to a relatively small sum, because, except in a few cases, it is the practice to use material other than slates for roofing buildings. It is unlikely that imported slate will be used to any appreciable extent in Commonwealth buildings in the future.







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