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Friday, 1 May 1931


Senator GREENE (NEW SOUTH WALES) - Has the attention of the Leader of the Senate been drawn to the reply given by the Commonwealth Treasurer, Mr. Theodore; to a question asked at Ballarat the night before last as to what would happen when the £18,000,000 fiduciary notes issue had been, expended. Reports of the meeting state that Mr. Theodore replied that if world prices had not recovered within twelve months, and the depression continued for another year, we must go on with tha same procedure. Will the Leader of the Government see that adequate publicity is given to that statement, in order that the public may understand thoroughly what the Government, contemplates doing in the future?







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