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Tuesday, 28 November 1905

Mr HENRY WILLIS (Robertson) - I think that the honorable and learned member for Angas, has made out a very strong case in favour of the-adoption of this defintion. As the" Bill will be very largelyused bv laymen, I think we should be acting wisely bv making our intentions as clear as possible. I was surprised to hear the honorable and learned member for Angas admit that his definition was inconsistent with the union label clauses of the Bill. Possibly the Attorney-General is of the same opinion, and if so, I can understand his opposition to it. If we do not clearly define our intentions in this measure, we shall foster litigation, which is always an undesirable thing. I hope that

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