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It has a great district around it. Applause I won't say any more about that. I don't like hearing these references to how long I've been Prime Minister benause I remember vividly that eighteen years ago I was walking along a street in Perth and a few bright boys were trundling along in a car and they saw me walking along the street and you know what they said to me? It is, in fact, the most complex problem in the world. Now it is a source of some satisfaction to all of us that in the last two or three years the costs have not risen I am taking the broad state of affairs in Australia. We have, in Australia and it is common to both parties a policy of large migration into Australia which this year will mean a total of something over , migrants. No government in the world anywhere can profess to have solved the problem completely. I have to because I don't get much chance to do it when the House is sitting. In Sydney, in my experience, if they give you a civic reception, you stand near the door with the Lord Mayor and you shake hands with everybody and there are no speeches. This would be relatitvely early in the first decade of this century. You know, ladies and gentlemen, it is a very interesting thing in the history of Australia, to notice how many people who have been significant in our public affairs have come, either from the country itself or country towns, from areas outside the great metropolis of whatever State it may be, If I could talk to everybody in Casino and talk to all the youngsters in Casino, Itd say, ' Dontt be in too much of a hurry to think that there are hardships in living in a place like this. Now let me pursue that a little further, even though I am stealing my thunder for tonight. Shortly I shall find myself talking with the President of the United States. Disclaimer Copyright Contact Us Developers.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Laughter I11l conclude by saying this. Well, I won't say it until I get up in the House and deliver it I dontt know when perhaps tomorrow. I mentioned that to you to illustrate the point that I was making. Nor, Sir, I want to thank all of you who have come here this afternoon, As I tell you quite seriously, I have never had a civic reception like this before and if some of my critics are right in what they say, I'll never have one again. In the course of that I will perhaps say a few things that will be of interest to you. It's commonplace no doubt, to you, but it is a very important commonplace. There is a great privilege in living in a place like this. President and Ladies and Gentlemen and Boys and Girls I don't mind starting by telling you that this is the biggest Civic Reception I ever had in my life, Laughter Applause It is not peculiar simply for that reason because when I looked at my programme this morning, I found " Civic Reception. I will be talking to the new Prime Minister of Canada, W. This is not easy. One of the great problems of government I am not going to make a political speech, I don't think this is the occasion for it but one of the great problems that any government in Australia has, or will have, is to reconcile the vital interests of the country with the need to expand the population by a large stream of migration and further, with the development of secondary industries, to employ an increasing population. Let us have a true sound, international commodity agreement in relation to mneat or wheat or butter or whatever it may be sugar, as we go further north and this would do more to stabilise the costs and profitability of primary industry than anything else that I can think of. He wontt have the complete answer to this matte". I remember when I was a small boy in the part of the country in Victoria that I have mentioned, I used to hear arguments because people will argue wherever they are and the first political arguments I ever heard about were between protection and free trade. This is one matter which my distinguished colleague, John McEwen, the Minister for Trade, is discussing at this very moment in Geneva in the important trade talks that he has been having. It is a good thing to be in a town like this and to be reminded of the fact that we all depend on each other, that not one of us in the town or out of it can live without the other. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Sir Robert-Menzies Mr. Now, Sir, you have been extraordinarily good to me. Now, in Melbourne, if they have a civic reception, you have a hundred carefully-chosen people; you go into a room, you stand on a little dais and speeches are made, I regret to say. Nobody really quarrels about that. All sorts of very generous remarks have been made I've even been tempted by you, Mr. You know, I think ladies and gentlemen, I c-tight to tell you so that there will be no misunderstanding, that I wasn't always a city slicker, I was born in the bush myself, in the wheat country up in the north-west of Victoria, and I grew up there and I know a little at first hand of the problems of the man who is on the land growing wheat. The United States has had extremely high tariffs, even against wool, as we know in Australia. This is infinitely ditfi-cult and above all, when governments approach these problems, they must not Just settle down to a dogma in their own mind; they must have flexible minds, they must be willing to make changes fromi time to time, so that they may preserve the balance of considerations that I have referred to. This is tremendously important and when you get an illustration of that in some country centre, it is vivid because it is close to you, 0 0 You know, ladies and gentlemen, it is a very interesting thing in the history of Australia, to notice how many people who have been significant in our public affairs have come, either from the country itself or country towns, from areas outside the great metropolis of whatever State it may be, If I could talk to everybody in Casino and talk to all the youngsters in Casino, Itd say, ' Dontt be in too much of a hurry to think that there are hardships in living in a place like this. Now this sounds very easy. You have heard a reference to my longevity in my present office. Mayor Parliamentary Colleagues Mr. Depends on what time I get hack tonight, or Wednesday, or conceivably Thursday. Well, it is a hard job. Mayor to say something about New Guinea, Well, if you don't mina, I do an awful lot of work at the weekends. Search About Transcripts On this day. It's the centre of four or five remarkably important primary industries. He won't have the complete answer to this matter. This is what we are fighting for. I dontt profess to have anything else but acquired information and knowledge about other rural industries, But I would like to say this to you Here I come into a country town, a sizable town what, 8, something of that order, in the town itself. The increased outputt whether it is in beef' or mutton or lamb or whatever it may be, has not been accompanied by a corresponding increase in the number of people working on the farms. One can understand it for she is overwhelmingly an exporter of manufactured goods. The President of the United States, I think has a fresh mind on this matter. But unless governments continue to be careful, astute to watch this element, we could easily see costs rising, and rising against the man on the land. It is a matter 0 D that engages the sympathy of all of us, but I know that the local authorities in assembling their views I understand that they are going to put it to the State administration which of course has the primary responsibility on such work, and if experience counts for anything and I have had a good deal now I anticipate that at some stage the State will say something to the Commonwealth. I could refer to a dozen people of moment who came from quite small centres of population. But there have been disastrous floods and they have the habit of occurring with almost dreadful regularity, There is no doubt about it that a lot of heads will have to be put together, not just to consider this matter as an occasional exercise of some relief of distress, accept the flood as inevitable; we have to put our heads together to see how this can be prevented or mitigated on a permanent basis. But one job 1was doing during this weekend was to prepare myself a statement on the review of Australian defence policy. So I will wait until then. I must say to you, quite frankly, I never permit myself to lose sight of it We are not to do thse things irresponsibly so that we push up costs and prices because the man who suffers from increased costs and prices is the farmer himself and he can't pass them on. You all know this to be true, and therefore if we are going to hbave employment for many thousands of migrants each year then we must encourage the development of secondary industries and service and transport industries which can provide expanding opportunities for employment. Let me illustrate this a little. One point then arises. This is tremendously important and when you get an illustration of that in some country centre, it is vivid because it is close to you, 0 0. Applause At any rate, I have had the advantage of really a quite human audience of men women women have the divine faculty of not being hostile io you, except at a political meeting Laughter and children. It is a matter 0 D. He wants to negotiate with the world and he has now been given power to do it by his Congress to make flexible arrangements, to enter into commodity agreements with the rest of the world. Flying up today from Canberra, we came low over Kempsey and circled low or feet that mustntt be used against us over Grafton, I realise that I did not see these floods at their worst because it was clear, looking down, from the watermarks and so on that the floods had subsided perceptibly. Skip to main content. I hope your prayers will be with me tonight when I have to address myself to the meatworks authorities of the State of New South Wales hardbitten men who will be looking at me expecting a message and seeking to convert me, if they need Lo. Can we by all the efforts in the world persuade the great industrial countries in the world Great Britain, the United States Germany and so on can we persuade them that it is essential from their point of view that the countries which are large exporters of primary products should have stable and payable prices for the things they produce? You know, this is worth thinking about. Great Britain herself has had a policy of cheap food. A wonderful privilege and I hope that nobody here, particularly tiue very young, will cease to understand that. You can't bring people to Australia and dump them down and say, " Well, now, heaven help you. All I say at this time is that this is one of the problems in Australia which really ought not to be dealt with on a shinplaster basis, In fact when they tell me to get up and be excited because another rocket is going around the world or a capsule or something and that it costs a couple of hundred million pounds to put it up, I find myself saying in a dull and unimaginative fashion to myself, " A mere fraction of that year by year and I can solve most of the developmental problems of my own country. This, I regard as the most civilised form of civic reception that I have so far encountered. My colleague is as capable as any man I know in the world in arguing that case Applause but I will lay odds that when he gets back in a fortnight's time, he will be looking pretty drawn because this is a tough assignment. Add that to our natural increase of population, and for years and years now the population of our country has been increasing rather more rapidly than the population of Japan, It is worth thinking about that, This has been a tremendous accretion of numbers.