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Wednesday, 28 September 1910


Senator MILLEN (New South Wales) . - I think that the Minister must be under some misapprehension. We have provided that seamen shall be engaged only by a seamen's inspector at certain ports, and superintendents are prevented from engaging seamen at those ports. If the VicePresident of the Executive Council desires that a superintendent at such a port should have the same opportunity to engage seamen as an inspector, I have no objection, but I point out that the amendments he suggests are really not consequential upon what we have already done.


Senator McGregor - I am willing to lel the clause go without amendment.

Clause agreed to.

Clauses 29 and 30 agreed to.

Clause 31 -

Nothing in this division shall refer to any premium or apprenticeship charged by any shipowner.







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