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Thursday, 27 October 1904


Mr BAMFORD (Herbert) - I move-

That a return be laid upon the table of the House showing, as nearly as can be ascertained, the number of Chinese and Japanese respectively resident in the Commonwealth, who have become naturalized British subjects.

I understand that the Government offer no opposition to the production of this return, which wall be of an interesting character, and possibly of some use in the compilation of the rolls.


Mr Reid - I have no objection to the motion.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

" STRIPPER HARVESTERS."

Motion (by Mr. Hume Cook, for Mr. Maloney) proposed -

That a return he laid upon the table of the House showing -

The number of " Stripper Harvesters " imported into the Commonwealth since the passing of the Tariff.

The country whence the " Stripper Harvesters " have been imported.

The names of the ports in the Commonwealth where the said "Stripper Harvesters" have been landed, giving the quantities at each.

The definition of classification in the Tariff of " Harvester " as distinguished from " Stripper Harvester " or "Stripper."

The invoice value of each " Stripper Harvester" upon which duty was assessed.

The rate of duty specified in the Tariff to be collected on " Stripper Harvesters."

The amount of duty actually collected on the importations of " Stripper Harvesters."







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