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Tuesday, 5 December 1905
Page: 6254

Mr WATSON (Bland) - It seems to me that the remarks of the honorable member for Parramatta are about the most ungracious that I have heard emanate even from a member of the Opposition. Of his own free will he deliberately entered into an arrangement by which this Bill should be put through all its stages in one sitting, even in the brutal way of which he complains.

Mr Lonsdale - No.

Mr WATSON - Yes.

Mr Lonsdale - Nothing of the kind.

Mr WATSON - To whom is it due that the force and brutality of which the honorable member complains has been exercised? Undoubtedly to members of the Opposition, who, not satisfied with legitimate discussion upon it. have persistently and constantly wasted time from the very moment it was introduced.

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