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Thursday, 14 July 1904


Mr CAMERON (Wilmot) - I need hardly say that I sympathize with the honorable member for Franklin in the motion which he has brought before the House; but I think that, under the circumstances, the best thing he can do is to withdraw it. An ample opportunity will be afforded in due course for the discussion of the subject dealt with in the motion, and I trust that when we have gone thoroughly into it honorable members will see that certain proposed clauses are likely to inflict serious injury upon Tasmania, and probably upon other States as well, and will, therefore, vote overwhelmingly against them.







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