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Friday, 8 December 1905


The CHAIRMAN - I point out to Senator Mulcahy that if his amendment is not carried, he cannot go back to the word " horticultural " and move that it be struck out. The honorable senator might, therefore, desire to withdraw his present amendment?

Senator CLEMONS(Tasmania). - I would ask whether, if the amendment is not carried, it will still be competent for Senator Mulcahy, if he wishes to do so, to ask the Committee to negative clause76a? I hope that no obstacle will be placed in the way of honorable senators voting to negative clause 76A, even though the amendment should not be carried.


The CHAIRMAN - As amendment No. 74 contains a number of clauses, I am prepared to treat the motion as a complicated one, and divide it, if that is the wish of honorable senators.

Question - That the words proposed to be inserted in proposed new clause 76A be inserted - put. The Committee divided -

Ayes ... ... ... 12

Noes ... ... ... 16

Majority ... ... ... 4

 

 

 

Question so resolved in the negative.

Amendment of the amendment negatived.

Motion agreed to.

House of Representatives' amendment. -

After Part VII. insert new head-line, " Part VII a. " The Commonwealth Trade Mark," and clauses 78I to 78P.

Motion (by Senator Keating) proposed -

That the amendment be agreed to.







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