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Friday, 4 June 1926


The TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN -(SenatorKingsmill). - I call the honorable senator's attention to the fact that he is not speaking to the item.


Senator FOLL - I have no desire to depart from the narrow path you (Senator Kingsmill) have laid down; but I have come to the end of my patience after listening to Senator Payne's carping criticisms of some of our great Australian industries, particularly as I know that he, in common with other honorable senators, desires a protection for industries located in his own State. Honorable senators should be prepared to extend to industries in other States the amount of protection they expect to get for industries in their own State. At any rate, that is the attitude I take up.

Sitting suspended from 1 to 2p.m.







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