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Wednesday, 7 July 1915

Senator MILLEN (New South Wales) . - I accept with pleasure the Minister's promise to postpone this or any other clause in regard to which it is thought that further matter may be brought before the Committee, but I would ask him to go a little further. Until the Attorney-General's reply is given, it will be almost impossible to say what clauses should be postponed, and I would suggest that the Minister should promise to afford facilities later on for the recommittal of any clause.

Senator Gardiner - Yes, I will accept that suggestion.

Senator MILLEN - That will enable us to get through a large portion of the Bill without an undue consumption of time, and leave us free to discuss ' the more debatable provisions after the AttorneyGeneral has given his decision.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 3 agreed to.

Clause 4 (Definitions').

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