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Friday, 20 July 1906

The CHAIRMAN - As there was only one voice raised against the amendment, I take it that there has been a misunderstanding on the part of honorable members.

Mr Crouch - There has been no misunderstanding whatever. As you, sir, have declared that the "Ayes" have it, I object to the question being again put.

The CHAIRMAN - I would point out to the honorable and learned member that it is the common practice in this and in all legislative bodies, in cases where misunderstanding has arisen, to put the question again. No further debate, however, can be allowed.

Amendment of the amendment negatived.

Proposed new clause agreed to.

Bill reported.

Motion (by Mr. Isaacs) agreed to -

That the Standing Orders be suspended so as to allow the Bill to pass through its remaining stages this day.

Report adopted.

Bill read a third time.

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