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Thursday, 14 December 1905

Motion (by Mr. Isaacs) proposed -

That the House do now adjourn.

Mr.GROOM (Darling Downs-Minister of Home Affairs). - In reply to the question put to me a few minutes ago by the honorable member for North Sydney, I desire to say that the Bill, which is founded upon the resolution that we have just adopted, is intended to give effect to the decision which was arrived at by Parliament on a previous occasion.

Mr. LONSDALE(New England).This afternoon the Attorney-General made a statement, to which I desire to refer. I understood him to say that the International Harvester Company had sent out a communication to their clients, in which they stated that they would sell one har vester at£70, two at £60 each, and three at £50 each. I communicated with them; and they have assured me that the statement is incorrect.


Mr Maloney - I beg to call attention to the fact that there is not a quorum present. [Quorum formed.]







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