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Friday, 6 August 1920

Mr TUDOR (Yarra) .- The honorable member for West Sydney (Mr. Ryan), who is ill and unable to be here to-day, has a notice of motion contingent on the motion which the Prime Minister desires to move. If the Prime Minister does move the - motion on behalf of the Minister for Works and Railways, will it then be competent for any other honorable member, on behalf of the honorable member for West Sydney, to move that contingent notice of motion ? My only desire is to guard the interests of honorable members on this side.

Mr HUGHES - That contingent notice of motion does not prevent the Bill being introduced. All I desire is to have the Bill read a first time when it will be competent for an honorable member to move the motion in the name of the honorable member for West Sydney.

Motion (by Mr. Hughes, for Mr. Groom) agreed to -

That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904-18.

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