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Wednesday, 22 August 1906


Mr REID (East Sydney) .- I recognise the wisdom of granting the Government these supplies at the earliest possible moment, but I hope this will not be taken as a precedent, because it is serious to allow appropriations to go through on the suspension of the Standing Orders. Hqwever, these public works are of great urgency, and I think we may safely depart from the usual procedure.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Resolution of Committee of Supply adopted.

In Committee of Ways and Means:

Motion (by Sir John Forrest) agreed to -

That towards making good the Supply gTanted to His Majesty for additions, new works, buildings, Sc., for the year 1906-7, a sum not exceeding , £479,724 be granted out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

Resolution reported and adopted.

Ordered.- That Sir John Forrest and Mr. Isaacs do prepare and bring in a Bill to carry out the foregoing resolutions.

Bill presented by Sir John Forrest and read a first time.

Motion (by Sir John Forrest) proposed -

That the Bill be now read a second time.







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