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Thursday, 5 July 1906


Mr ISAACS (Indi) (Attorney-General) . - I cannot agree to that amendment, because without those words we should have to wait until the operations of the trust had resulted in lowering the remuneration for labour, whereas we do not intend, if it can be prevented, to allow the process of destruction or injury to proceed to that stage.


Mr Crouch - Would not the word " will " lie better than the word " would " ?


Mr ISAACS - I do not ' think so. What is meant is, " would if it were permitted to continue." These words were introduced for the purpose of prevention, which is proverbial lv Letter than cure.







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