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Wednesday, 6 July 1921


Senator THOMAS (NEW SOUTH WALES) . - I am not in favour of progress being reported at this stage, because honorable senators from other States have journeyed to Melbourne on the understanding that they were to go on with the Bill. I have been looking over some of the amendments submitted by the associations, some of which were submitted to me in a typewritten form,, six weeks or two months ago. Senator Earle has said that if the amendments submitted by the organizations have nothing to do with those brought forward by the Minister (Senator Russell) they are of little value. I have not had sufficient time .to peruse the amendments submitted by the associations, but I do not believe that they deal with those brought forward by the Minister. I have one or two amendments which I intend moving, based upon the suggestions of Public Service organizations, and it would appear that these organizations have had. at least two months in which to submit their- suggestions.







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