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Tuesday, 28 August 1906

Sir JOHN QUICK (Bendigo) .- I hope that the amendment will be rejected. The name embodied in the Bill is a typically suggestive and comprehensive one. It was well considered, and conveys an idea as to what a true brandy is. On the other hand, the words proposed to be substituted would suggest that there might be a brandy other than grape wine brandy.

Mr. JOHNSON(Lang) rs.25].- If my memory serves me rightly, this question was thoroughly threshed out when the Government proposals regarding the spirit duties were before us in another form, and I think that .we arrived at an agreement that the term " Australian standard brandy " should be applied to the spirit in question.

Sir William Lyne - I understand that there was some agreement.

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