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Wednesday, 30 July 1930


Senator DALY (South Australia) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) . - by leave - Honorable senators will have noticed in the reply to the question asked by Senator Herbert Hays, the phrase, " Later figures can be obtained if required ". The Government is anxious to draw the attention of honorable senators to a matter to which attention has already been drawn in another place - that owing to the urgent need for economy it is desired that honorable senators will not ask for information unless they feel it essential that it should be supplied. It is costly to procure some of the information which has been sought in another place, as much as £100 having been spent upon some investigations.







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