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Friday, 29 April 1932

Sir Littleton Groom - I rise to a point of order. We have agreed to the substitution of " Governor-General " for " Minister ", and, therefore, we have affirmed the clause up to that point. Are we now to throw the whole question open again by dealing separately with subclauses 1, 2 and 3? The sub-clauses can only be put to the committee separately by leave.

Sir Littleton Groom - We have passed the whole clause up to the word " Governor-General," which has, I understand, been inserted. There being no prior amendment, any amendment must affect the clause beyond that point.

Dr Earle Page - That is all that I ask.

Mr Watkins (NEWCASTLE, NEW SOUTH WALES) - The position is that we cannot go back.

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