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Thursday, 21 July 1904


Sir WILLIAM LYNE (Hume) - I hope that the utterances of the honorable and learned member for Corio are not a mere phonographic record of the views of the honorable member for Eden-Bombala, but it seems to me that they suggest something of the sort. I do not imagine that anything I might do would please the honorable and learned member who has just resumed his seat, for ever since a certain date he has endeavoured to find fault with every proposal that I have made


Mr JOSEPH COOK (PARRAMATTA, NEW SOUTH WALES) - What date?


Sir WILLIAM LYNE - I dare say that it will come out. I do not regard the remarks of the honorable and learned member in a serious light, although they have sometimes been very rude.


Mr Crouch - I call your attention, Mr. Speaker, to the statement by the honorable member, that I am sometimes verv rude. It is distinctly ' offensive. The honorable member does not appear to know what he is saying.







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