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Thursday, 17 November 1921


Senator E D MILLEN (NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for Repatriation) .- I move-

That the modifications be agreed to.

The other House has accepted the requested' amendments made by the Senate, but it has -inserted certain modifications for the purpose of giving effect to the intention of the Senate- more effectively. It proposes to- alter the- date upon which the duty shall be operative from 1st November, 1921, to 1st January, 1922, because the local manufacturers are not yet in a position to supply the local demands. They expect to get the machinery going early in the new year. The amend ment, represents only a short delay. The amendment in sub-item a to insert 'a' comma and' the words "and felt" remedies an omission. The modification in sub-item b is, in substance, the acceptance by the other House of the Senate's request.

Motion agreed to.

Item 136-

Iron and' steel: -

And on and after 9th July, 19.21- (e)' (1) Wire, of No. 16. or finer gauge, ad' val., British, 25 per cent. ; intermediate,. 30 per cent.; general, 35. per cent.

(2)   Wire, other, per ton, British, 52s..; intermediate, 72s. 6d.; general, 90s.

Senate's Request -

(1)   Ad val., British, 20 per cent.

(2)   Per ton, British, 44s.

House of Representatives' Message- Made, with the following modification: -

Sub-item (b) (thrice occurring) omitted, and the following inserted: -

And on and after 3rd November, 1921-

(e)   (1) Wire of No. 16 or finer gauge, ad val., British, 20 per cent.; intermediate, 30 per cent.; general, 35 per cent.

(2)   Wire, other, per ton, British, 52s.; intermediate, 72s. 6d.; general, 90s.







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