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SIR ISAAC ISAACS
No Suggestion Of Peerage t
..The acting-Prime Minister (Mr. Fenton) said to-day that the Government had no intention .-of recommending that Sir Isaac Isaacs be elevated to the Peerage as,..had', been suggested.v. ¡The Labour Rarty was opposed to any such step.
ITe lawful lo demand or to pay* wages or observo other industrial coudftunis except in accordance with the deci- sions ol State -.v.iáes boa''tis or other Suite industrial authoi ti..'. In his opinion, this argument should be ovei
The n.rgipue'it lh.it thei 2 was no jurisdiction in '.lu Keele'¡¡1 l^gislain.-o to authorise anyjno ot'ter niau Stile !;arliauienls \u jiui'init '.lie invji-ion of the .State consolidated revenue lund liad been propel ly disregarded ho con- sidered. . . . .
To N deny that the order of the Arbitration Court did not seriously' vary the awaid seemed to be to denj'
> ills ilonour declared thal after
seal ching examination hail ueeu given to,, the, whole subject in "the en ginceis' caso" in 10Ü0 and a aunolusinn arrived at-bj- the Court on (hat oc- casion, he should have thought that ihe 'question had been dellmtely set--'
Other judges concurred ii. Ins judgemenlfx .'?2"':",T*