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Wednesday, 17 December 1930


Senator DALY (South Australia) (VicePresident of the Executive Council) . - Sub-clause 3 of clause 4 reads -

Any guarantee given under an arrangement made in pursuance of the last preceding sub-section shall be subject to a first payment by the prescribed person to the grower of the wheat of the sum of two shillings per bushel upon delivery of the wheat at a railway station or other usual place of delivery to such other payments by that person to the grower, and to such other conditions as are prescribed.

I understand from Mr. Mulvany that certain adjustments will be made to meet the points raised by the honorable senator.


Senator Sir Hal Colebatch - Is the Minister satisfied that the matter can be adjusted without offending against the wording of the bill?


Senator DALY - I am attending only to the legal side of the measure. I an) instructed by Mr. Mulvany that there are no practical difficulties in the way of providing the necessary legal legislation to give effect to these proposals.


Senator Sir Hal Colebatch - It is the legal point with which I am concerned, because the regulations must be in accordance with the measure.


Senator DALY - That is so. I think that what Mr. Mulvany has in mind is that a condition precedent to a benefit under this measure may be circumscribed by certain conditions.







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