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Friday, 4 November 1904


Mr LONSDALE (NEW ENGLAND, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I did not speak previously because I had no desire to waste time.


Mr McDonald - The honorable member is wasting time now.


Mr LONSDALE - In the discussion today there was no fight for a principle involved.


Mr Thomas - Was there any fight for a principle involved in connexion with the Conciliation and Arbitration Bill?


Mr LONSDALE - I do not desire to have anything to say to the honorable member for Barrier, and I would thank him not to interrupt me. I hope that we shall get on with the business of the country, and in view of what has occurred to-day I trust that the Government will adopt a firm attitude in the future.







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