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Tuesday, 14 June 1904

Mr ROBINSON (Wannon) - The honorable and learned member for Bendigo drew attention to "sub-clause c of this clause, and I suggest that we discuss that now, so as to allow time for the probable return of the Attorney-General. I understand that the words to which the honorable and learned member for Bendigo drew attention were -

Or the Governor-in-Council of a State in which there is no State industrial authority.

Mr Watson - I agree to the clause being postponed.

Clause postponed.

Clause 29 -

If it appears to the Court that any State industrial authority is dealing or about to deal with an industrial dispute within the meaning of this Act, the Court may in the prescribed manner direct that Authority not to deal with the dispute; and thereupon the Authority shall cease to proceed in the matter of the dispute, which shall be dealt with by the Court.

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