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Wednesday, 8 December 1965


The CHAIRMAN (Mr Lucock (LYNE, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Order! On the first occasion on which the honorable member spoke I allowed him to use as an illustration the contra argument in relation to dumping. I suggest to him that having used that argument to illustrate his point and show the basis on which according to him the Tariff Board should work he is now developing and continuing to develop an argument that is outside the scope of the proposed new clauses now before the Committee.


Dr J F Cairns (YARRA, VICTORIA) - Mr. Chairman, I accept your ruling. It is this kind of ruling that really upsets me in a matter such as this. If the Department of Customs and Excise and the Minister for Customs and Excise (Senator Anderson) look at the matter in the same way, we can be sold up the creek at any time. I shall not say more except to express the hope that the Minister for Supply will be much more realistic after school when he talks to the honorable member for Wakefield (Mr. Kelly) than he has been so far.







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