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Thursday, 14 December 1905


Sir WILLIAM LYNE (HUME, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for Trade and Customs) - When I made my speech yesterday, I gave the information contained in that explanation to the House, and I am at liberty to furnish the newspapers with what explanations I please to give them. I am not going to give information to the newspapers which deliberately manipulated or suppressed what I said yesterday.


Mr ROBINSON - Is the Minister going to give this information to honorable members ?


Sir WILLIAM LYNE - The official report of the speech I delivered yesterday, in moving the second reading of the Bill, will be circulated in a few minutes. It contains all the information given in the memorandum referred to, and, therefore, there is no need to furnish honorable members with copies of the memorandum.







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