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Thursday, 8 July 1920


Mr TUDOR (Yarra) .- I have travelled on vessels on the coast of Australia which carried a greater number of passengers than the certificate warranted. I believe that at holiday times the Tasmanian boats, which undoubtedlyhave to face an exceedingly rough trip, during which accidents are quite possible - though there have not been any very serious accidents up to now - havebeen allowed to carry extra passengers; but I hope that such exemptions will not be permitted in the future.


Mr GREENE (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for Trade and Customs) - All these amendments simply bring our Act into line with the articles of the Convention.

Clause agreed to.

Clauses 62 and 63 agreed to.

Clause 64 (Watertight partitions, fireproof bulkheads, and double bottoms).







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