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Thursday, 28 July 1921


Senator REID (QUEENSLAND) .- I have it on the authority of a cigarmaker of world-wide experience in the industry that if cured up to a proper standard, a result which he believes will shortly be achieved, the Queensland leaf is the best in the world. He is a mechanic in one of the local factories, who, as an unmarried man, has been round the world following his occupation in various countries. I asked him what he thought of the Queensland leaf, and he said that if it were properly cured it would be the best leaf he had ever handled. I give the Committee the information to induce honorable senators toencourage the man on the land who is engaged in the production of tobacco.

Request agreed to.

Item agreed to, subject to request:

Item 25 (Snuff) agreed to.

Item 26-

Tobacco destroyed for manufacture of sheepwash or other purposes, as prescribed by departmental by-laws - free.







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