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Tuesday, 11 October 1910

The CHAIRMAN - I should certainly say, although the clause is a long way ahead, that there will be nothing to prevent the honorable senator from moving any relevant amendment, and I should think that his present amendment would be relevant.

Senator SAYERS - I hope that when the clause is reached I shall not be met with the objection which I have foreshadowed.

Senator Pearce - I shall not raise the objection that the honorable' senator's amendment is out of order.

The CHAIRMAN - Part V. of the Bill refers to " Passengers, " and the honorable senator will be perfectly in order in moving any amendment which is relevant to any clause therein.

Senator Pearce - He can move the' insertion of a new clause.

The CHAIRMAN - Certainly.

Senator SAYERS - With that assurance from the Chairman, I ask leave to withdraw my amendment, as there does not seem to be any likelihood of carrying it at this stage.

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

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