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Thursday, 26 July 1906

The PRESIDENT - I must ask the honorable senator not to be led away by irrelevant interjections.

Senator Col NEILD - I have nothing to do with the Svdney Morning Herald. I should be verv glad to think that I had, because it is just about as good a wealthproducing appliance as is the best gold-mine in Western Austraia. I join issue with those who say that the Bill could not do any harm. It clearly could do no good, but it might do harm, and, though I' do not like to vote against its second reading, I am afraid that I shall have to do so, until the proposition of machine voting is placed upon a more satisfactory and business-like basis than is proposed by the Bill.

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