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Thursday, 10 September 1936

Senator COLLINGS (Queensland) . - I second the motion, and associate myself and my colleagues with the remarks of the Leader of the Government (Senator Pearce) concerning the late Sir Albert Gould. I did not have the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with the late gentleman, but I know something of his distinguished public service. It is always a matter for regret when, in the passing of time, distinguished public men are called away, and I think a duty devolves upon us to place on record the service they have rendered to their country, and our sympathy with the bereaved relatives.

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