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Wednesday, 7 November 1973
Page: 1602

Senator CAVANAGH (South AustraliaMinister for Aboriginal Affairs) - Perhaps I could explain this matter. This afternoon some consequential alterations were made to the schedule of this Bill. I spoke to the Minister for Labour (Mr Clyde Cameron) tonight and he said that he did not think some of the amendments made by the Senate would be acceptable to the House of Representatives. The Bill will have to be considered again by the House of Representatives and any alterations necessary in the schedule could be made in the House of Representatives. Therefore, I ask that this be treated as a formal motion. I move:

That the Bill be now read a third time.

The ACTING DEPUTY PRESIDENT- In accordance with standing order 2151 have to announce that I hold in my hand a certificate by the Chairman of Committees as follows:

I hereby certify that this fair print is in accordance with the Bill as agreed to with amendments in committee and reported.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Bill read a third time.

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