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Thursday, 11 August 1921


Senator E D MILLEN (NEW SOUTH WALES) (Wales-Minister for Repatriation) , - I quite recognise the force d£Senator Plain's contention. The position is (hat, judging by the rate of .progress! which the Committee .has hitherto made with the schedule, the officers advising the> Vice-President of the Executive Council (Senator Russell) did not anticipate that we would reach this item by this time. I suggest that if the Committee 'will pass the item as it stands, we can recommit it, together with other items which, no* doubt, will be recommitted, 'for further consideration. I am sot abandoning the proposal. 1 ask the Committee to pass it on the understanding -that when full information is available it will be reconsidered. The Committee can then decide the proposal on its merits.

Request, 'by "'leave,' withdrawn.

Item agreed to.

Item 187 (Hop cloth, ,&c), item ASS (Milling silk), item 129 (Hessians, ito.), item 130 (Canvas and duck), item 131 (Tents, sails, and flags), item 1S2 (Diving dresses), agreed to

Item 133 (Bags and Backs of calico).







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