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  • I am exceedingly sorry that I am not likely to see our friends in Tasmania at the coming session of the Convention; but we shall look forward with the greatest desire for an opportunity to occur at some time or other when

    second:2 session:8
    Date: 24/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1087 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 1092] THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER, 1897. Papers-Notices of Motion-Plan-Special Adjournment The PRESIDENT took the chair at 10.30 a.m. PAPERS. The Hon. J.N. BRUNKER laid upon the table
    Date: 23/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1086 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • it will leave the temperance party and the liquor party exactly as they are. Now I will come to the second point raised by the hon. member, Mr. O'Connor. Why, then, not leave this question to the federal parliament? Because the transfer to the

    second:3
    Date: 22/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1085 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • my hon. friend. Mr. O'Connor, talked about it before-provide for it simply. What is the good of having a second chamber, when, where state interests are really involved, and the senate should be a permanent force for their preservation, you are going to

    second:5 session:10
    Date: 21/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1084 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • therein any proposed law which such other house fails to pass without amendment, within thirty days after receiving the same, in the second session , or within each period passes, with any amendment not agreed to by the house transmitting the proposed law, the provisions

    second:24 session:13
    Date: 20/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1083 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • therein any proposed law which such other house fails to pass without amendment, within thirty days after receiving the same, in the second session , or within such period passes, with any amendment not agreed to by the house transmitting the proposed law, the provisions

    second:33 session:17
    Date: 17/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-10082 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • have always arisen from one of two classes of causes, either they have arisen from disputes as to the power of the second chamber to amend money bills or they have arisen from disputes affecting large social interests where persons of wealth or social influence have

    second:12 session:4
    Date: 16/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1081 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • therein any proposed law which such other house fails to pass without amendment, within thirty days after receiving the same, in the second session , or within such period passes, with any amendment not agreed to by the house transmitting the proposed law, the provisions

    second:23 session:7
    Date: 15/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1080 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • words "having for their main object," It struck me that to avoid that inconvenience and unnecessary trouble which occurs when the second chamber is prohibited to deal with matters which incidentally impose a fee, such as a license fee, or which ask a fee for

    second:15 session:5
    Date: 14/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1079 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • generally the one put last is carried, because the supporters of the other two combine to defeat the first and then the second , and in that way a real test of the feeling of the Convention would not be obtained. I should like to suggest

    second:10 session:6
    Date: 13/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1078 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • of the business on which we are engaged. The effort that was made to establish unequal representation at the Adelaide session met with little support, My belief is that it will meet with equally little support on this occasion; but, at the same time,

    second:21 session:3
    Date: 10/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1077 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • " for the word "commonwealth," but I rise for the purpose of reiterating what I was enabled to say at the Adelaide session that it appears to me that the word "commonwealth" might very well be omitted altogether. I do not wish to argue the view

    second:8 session:4
    Date: 09/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1076 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • Mr. WALKER: Would it not be better to make the intercolonial free-trade commence from the second year? An HON. MEMBER: Where would New South Wales be able to get her revenue from? The Right Hon. Sir G. TURNER: New

    second:6 session:1
    Date: 08/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1075 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • to duty under the New South Wales tariff, and the value of goods that would have been admitted free. The second series gives like information on the assumption that the Victorian tariff was in force in the other colonies as well as in Victoria

    second:5 session:1
    Date: 07/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1074 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • the petition as follows: To the Honorable the President and Members of the Australasian Federal Convention in session assembled: The petition of the undersigned on behalf of the Australasian National League (in South Australia) humbly sheweth: That your petitioners are of

    second:9 session:6
    Date: 06/09/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1073 - Source: Parliamentary Library

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