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M.P.'S ON SICK LIST

GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE

Parliamentary Reporter.

WELLINGTON, this day.

Owing to indisposition Mr. Algie (Nat., Remuera) has so far not been able to take his place in the House of Representatives this session. He is reported, however, to be making good progress and it is expected that he will be in the House next week and will take part in the debate on the report of the New Zealand delegation to the Security Conference at San Francisco. Mr. Paikea (Govt, Northern Maori), who injured an arm in a motor accident some weeks ago, made his first appearance in the House this session on Wednesday. He is still carrying his arm in a support. Mr. Coulter (Govt., Raglan) and Mr. Chapman (Govt., Wellington North) are still on the sick list, but Mr. Chapman is now reported to be convalescent. Mr. Coulter is a patient in the Wellington Public Hospital, where he recently underwent a major operation. It is stated that he is making a good recovery, but it is not expected that he will be able to resume his Parliamentary duties for some time.

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M.P.'S ON SICK LIST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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M.P.'S ON SICK LIST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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