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Thursday, 12 July 1906

(a)   under ordinary circumstances of trade it would probably lead to the Australian goods being no longer produced or being withdrawn from the market, or being sold at a loss, unless produced at an inadequate remuneration for labour ; or.

Paragraph b of sub-clause 1 consequentially amended.

Amendment (by Mr. Dugald Thomson) agreed to -

That the word "until," line15, be left out, with a view to insert in lieu thereof theword " unless."

Mr. JOSEPHCOOK (Parramatta)

That paragraph a of sub-clause 2 be left out.

This paragraph is unnecessary. Part II. of the Bill "polices" these matters quite drastically enough, without our providing for the indicting of trusts, as such, in connexion with a matter of ordinary dumping. They are covered by another part of the Bill expressly framed to deal with commercial trusts, which aim at the destruction of our trade.







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