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Tuesday, 8 March 1932

Mr McGRATH (Ballarat) . - I am surprised that objection should be taken to this motion, especially by members of the direct Opposition. For a period of two years, the last Government, supported by that party, laid one schedule on the table after another-

Mr SPEAKER - The honorable member must confine his remarks to the motion.

Mr McGRATH - The Government is affording honorable members an opportunity of discussing the Tariff Board's report on the tobacco duties, and in the course of the discussion they will hear in clear terms the opinion of the Government on this matter. If they are not satisfied with the Government's attitude, they can challenge the Government by means of a no-confidence motion.

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