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Tuesday, 28 August 1906

Mr HUTCHISON (Hindmarsh) . - I take it that the clause as it now stands would permit of the withdrawal from bond of spirits which had not been stored in wood for two years. If my impression be correct, it will not be necessary to amend the clause.

Sir William Lyne - It has been very strongly represented to me that in regard to gin, Geneva, and schnapps, the time allowed is not sufficient to meet the requirements of the case, and I promised this morning that I would amend the clause.

Mr HUTCHISON - Do I understand that it will be competent to clear spirits in bond until February next?

Sir William Lyne - Yes.

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