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Thursday, 8 July 1920


Mr SPEAKER (Hon Sir Elliot Johnson - Order! As a reference has been made by the honorable member to the interjections that are being made,I ask that they shall not continue.


Mr GABB - I have no wish tobe offensive when speaking, but it is a remarkable thing that it should seem to be recognised that whenever I speak in this House any honorable member may have a shot at me, and so prevent my continuing in the even tenor of my way. If they were wise enough to refrain from interjecting, honorable members opposite would find that I should state my case without undue passion. There is no reason why, because I am fathering an unpopular cause, and on a recent occasion did the same thing, I should he subjected to so many interjections and interruptions.

Mr.West. - It is because you are an honest man.







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