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Wednesday, 31 August 1921

The CHAIRMAN (Senator Bakhap (TASMANIA) - I 'understand that, in conformity with the desire of the Committee., which can, of course, consult its own convenience so long las it is not against the. Standing Orders, the items were put during the morning without the sub-items being specifically called upon. If honorable senators desire that procedure to continue, they will have to watch the items very carefully.

Senator DUNCAN - Sub-item a relates to home kinematographs, and I desire that the films for these kinematographs should be on the same basis, that is, free in the British and intermediate Tariffs. The majority of the films are used purely for educational purposes.-

Senator Pearce - No, they are not. Films for educational purposes are admitted free.

Senator DUNCAN - I think we can leave the general Tariff in sub-itemC, 2a, at £½., and make the intermediate Tariff operative as the result of an arrangement "between the Government and France, or any other country where these films are produced.

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