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Wednesday, 13 June 1906


Senator DE LARGIE (WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - On the ground of urgency, I desire to ask the leader of the Senate, without notice, if he has noticed in to-day's Argus the report of a meeting at Essendon, held under the auspices of the Women's National League, at which Mr. Johnson, M.H.R., madethe following statement : -

Mr. Watsonhad said that he had no desire in his Socialism to interfere with the family life; but this was all very fine, as it did not rest with Mr. Watson.His masters would compel him to dance to their music. A pure family life would not exist under Socialism.

Seeing that members of the Labour Party are constantly repudiating-







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