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Friday, 18 November 1921

Senator GARDINER (New South Wales) . - I do not know why Senator Duncan should have gone out of his way to refer to a certain boot manufacturer in New South Wales in the way he did, because when this matter was previously under discussion Senator Plain referred to the Victorian boot manufacturers, and not to those in New South Wales. Senator Duncan has now seen fit to mention the fact that a certain wealthy member of the Labour party in New South Wales is a boot manufacturer. I do not know why.

Motion agreed to.

Item. 334-

Paper, viz. -

(c)   (1) News printing, not glazed, mill- glazed, or coated, in rolls not less than 10 inches in width or in sheets not less than 20 inches by 25 inches, or its equivalent. . . . And on and after 6th July 1921, per ton, British, free; intermediate, £3 ; general, £3.

Senate's Request.- Per ton, British, free; intermediate, £2; general, £2.

House of Representatives' Message.- Not made.

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