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Thursday, 30 August 1906


Senator MILLEN (New South Wales) . - I put forward an argument just now which brought forth an encouraging interjection from the Honorary Minister. That was, that, as we have left certain words in the previous clause, we should adhere to them in the clause now under discussion, to make the Bill uniform. The Minister cordially agreed with that view. I may, therefore, reasonably appeal to him to support Senator Drake's amendment upon the same argument - that it is desirable to make the Bill uniform. There can surely be no objection to inserting these words, which appear in an earlier portion of the Bill. I trust, therefore, that the amendment will be agreed to.







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