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Wednesday, 13 December 1905


The CHAIRMAN - It will be competent for an honorable member, at a later stage, to move the insertion of a new clause differing from a clause which has been negatived, and it would also be possible to move an amendment of this clause if the recommittal of the Bill were secured at a later stage.

Mr. JOSEPHCOOK (Parramatta).The recommittal of the Bill is obviously the best way to meet the difficulty. The Opposition lost the division which has just been taken because of the absence of two members who were prevented from reaching the chamber owing to the crowded state of thelift. Under these circumstances, I should think the Government would very readily consent to recommit the clause.


Sir William Lyne - Indeed I shall not.







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