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Friday, 15 December 1905


Senator MACFARLANE (TASMANIA) - Surely we do not wish to prevent the introduction of stud stock, and a man engaged in London cannot acompany them, unless with the leave of the Minister here.

Senator PLAYFORD(South Australia - Minister of Defence). - There will be no difficulty about that. The honorable senator could only accomplish what he desires by striking out the words " accompanying their employer to Australia," and to do so would be to open the door to any one who chose to call himself or herself a domestic servant or personal attendant, to come in without let or hindrance.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 12 and title agreed to.

Bill reported with amendments.

Motion (bv Senator Playford) agreed to-

That so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent the Bill being passed through its remaining stages without delay.

Report adopted.

Motion by Senator Playford proposed -

That the Bill be now read a third time.







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