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Thursday, 12 August 1920

Mr HUGHES (Bendigo) (Prime Minister and Attorney-General) . - I have nothing to add to the statement I made on Friday, which I thought was fairly satisfactory to the House. We had yesterday a discussion on many of the points concerning which there is a difference of opinion, and although we did not make much progress, the debate was much to the point, and cleared away a good deal of misunderstanding. I do not anticipate that there will be any difficulty in arriving at the end of Part III. of the Bill by 10 o'clock to-night. If there is, I shall take whatever steps are necessary to extend the operation of the motion for the limitation of the debate. No doubt you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, will tell me what procedure I shall have to adopt.

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