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Thursday, 26 July 1906

Mr JOHNSON (Lang) .- I have only a few words to say in regard to the amendment, because, in speaking to the mair, question, I dealt with most of the matters covered by, it, and honorable members who wish, to know my views can read the Hansard report of my speech. I do not know if I should be in order in referring to the subject of tonnage, about which I have received some expert information ?

Mr SPEAKER - The honorable member cannot do so in addressing himself to the amendment, though he may raise the question later.

Mr JOHNSON - In that case, I shall content myself now with saying that the wording of the amendment is so clear and concise, and the merits of the business proposals involved so obvious, that it should commend itself to honorable members without further discussion.

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