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Thursday, 5 December 1935

Senator E B JOHNSTON (Western Australia) . - I desire, first, to compliment Senator Duncan-Hughes on his fair and informative speech, and especially on having pointed out that there are two sides to this question, one of which had not previously been mentioned. Until the honorable senator ro3n, I thought that I had strayed into a mutual admiration society, because I found Ministers and Government supporters, the Leader of the Opposition and his colleagues, as well as Senator Hardy,vieing with one another in expressing admiration for the bill, and acting generally in the spirit of goodfellowship.

Senator Collings - Does not the honorable senator like harmony?

Senator E B JOHNSTON - I disagreed with all the views expressed, except those of Senator Duncan-Hughes.

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