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Friday, 23 July 1920

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Order ! These interjections must cease.

Mr AUSTIN CHAPMAN - I am merely replying to interjections by honorable members who seem to be under the impression that I am a little bit nervous. They are mistaken.

Referring again to the Bill, I am surprised at any opposition being offered to it. It will have my strongest support, because it is a step in the right direction. I am quite prepared to leave this matter to the common sense of the people, who may be trusted to penalize those who may be responsible for unnecessary duplication.

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