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Thursday, 29 April 1915


Mr ANSTEY (Bourke) .- I find myself in a most unfortunate position. I have been associated with the Labour movement from boyhood, and now it seems that to-day I am recreant to my party, though I am still under the impression that I am true to my conscience. I find myself left in a forlorn position upon things which I regard as of very high importance; but I say clearly that I owe no allegiance after to-night to this Govern ment, or to the men I find associatedwith them. The constituency of Bourke can have my resignation to-morrow. If I have not conducted myself properly, I am no longer fit to be a member of this Parliament.


Mr Fisher - The honorable member has made his announcement to the wrong place, though.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 5, and title, agreed to.

Bill reported with amendments.

Standing Orders suspended.

Report adopted.

Motion (by Mr. Jensen) proposed -

That this Bill be now read a third time.







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