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Thursday, 12 July 1906


Sir WILLIAM LYNE (Hume) (Minister of Trade and Customs) . - * anl advised by the Attorney-General that the omission of this paragraph will not affect the Bill, and, as I do not wish to give rise to a debate at this stage, I shall simply intimate that I am prepared to accept the amendment.

Amendment agreed to.

Amendment (by Mr. 'Kelly) agreed to -

That after the word " labour," line 21, the words " in the Australian industry," be inserted.

Amendments (by Sir William Lyne) agreed to -

Tha* the words " greatly disorganizing," lines 23 and 24, be left out, with a view to insert in lieu thereof "creating any substantial disorganization in."

That after the word "abroad," line 27, the following words be inserted - "by or for the importer from the manufacturer or some person acting for or in combination with him or accounting to him."

That after the word "are," line 31, the following words be inserted - " imported by or for the manufacturer or some person acting for or in combination with him, or accounting to him, and are."







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