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Thursday, 27 September 1906

Senator TRENWITH (Victoria) . - We are amending the Constitution, and clearly anything, in the Constitution which conflicts with the amendment must be overridden ; there could not possibly be any other view of the case. But if we insert the words suggested by Senator Keating, and we, at some other time, make an amendment without using those words, it may be held that there is some apparent conflict in the Constitution that is intended to remain. It would be a mistake to insert unnecessary words.

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