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Friday, 30 April 1915

Mr GLYNN (Angas) .- I suggest that the Attorney-General may possibly have to consider some measure of the sort, even after the war; and it would be just as well to look closely into what has been done in the Old Country during the last ten or fifteen years.For instance, I understand that, in the legislation at Home, there are special provisions in regard to examinations by the Crown Prosecutor, and that, to some extent, is similar ground to that covered by the Bill.

Mr Hughes - Very well.

Amendment agreed to.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 2 agreed to.

Clause 3 (Trial of indictable offence without preliminary examination).

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