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SALES TAX LAWS AMENDMENT BILL 1985 SALES TAX (NO. 5) AMENDMENT BILL 1985SALES TAX ASSESSMENT BILL (NO. 10) 1985SALES TAX BILL (NO. 10A) 1985SALES TAX BILL (NO. 10B) 1985SALES TAX BILL (NO. 10C) 1985- Messages from the House of Representatives

The following Messages from the House of Representatives were reported: MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 77 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act to amend various laws in relation to sales tax, and for related purposes'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, JOAN CHILD, Canberra, 15 May 1985 Acting Speaker MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 81 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act to amend the 'Sales Tax Act (No. 5) 1930' and for related purposes'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, JOAN CHILD, Canberra, 15 May 1985 Acting Speaker MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 97 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act relating to the imposition, assessment and collection of a tax upon the sale value of certain goods in Australia, and for other purposes'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, H. A. JENKINS, Canberra, 20 May 1985 Speaker MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 78 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act to impose a tax, being a duty of excise, on the sale value of certain goods'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, JOAN CHILD, Canberra, 15 May 1985 Acting Speaker MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 79 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act to impose a tax, being a duty of customs, on the sale value of certain goods'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, JOAN CHILD, Canberra, 15 May 1985 Acting Speaker MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 80 The House of Representatives transmits to the Senate a Bill intituled ''A Bill for an Act to impose a tax, being neither a duty of excise nor a duty of customs, on the sale value of certain goods'', in which it desires the concurrence of the Senate. House of Representatives, JOAN CHILD, Canberra, 15 May 1985 Acting Speaker Suspension of Standing Orders to deal with Bills together: The Minister for Community Services (Senator Grimes) moved-That so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent the Questions with regard to the several stages for the passage through the Senate of all or several of the Bills being put in one motion at each stage, and the consideration of all or several of such Bills together in Committee of the Whole, and as would prevent the reading of the short titles only on every order for the reading of the Bills.

Question-put and passed.

Ordered-That the Bills may be taken through all their stages without delay.

On the motion of Senator Grimes the Bills were read a first time.

Senator Grimes moved-That these Bills be now read a second time.

On the motion of Senator Kilgariff the debate was adjourned. Ordered-That the resumption of the debate be an Order of the Day for the next day of sitting.