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Tuesday, 28 November 1905

Mr KELLY (WENTWORTH, NEW SOUTH WALES) - The honorable member for Wide Bay!, who is the deputy leader of the Labour Party, is reported in the Sydney Morning Herald of yesterday to have stated, at a meeting held at Hurstville on Saturday, that -

The people should have the right to veto any laws that might be challenged by a large majority.

In view of that statement, can the Prime Minister see his way to postpone the consideration of the trade union label provisions of the Trade Marks Bill until after the general election?

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