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Tuesday, 22 November 1910

Senator McCOLL (Victoria) . - "What has been said applies to stamper shoes and other articles used for pulverizing ores. If these things are to be- imported free, Australian manufactures will be seriously injured. It was the influence of the Western; Australian representatives that prevented a duty being imposed on roek drills under the 1908 Tariff.. ' Now the same representatives wish chrome steel to come in free. If the duty on any goods that come into competition with our own manufactures be removed, the effect will be most injurious. I urge the Government to retain the item in its present form.

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