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Wednesday, 12 October 1910


Senator GIVENS (QUEENSLAND) - Arising out of the Minister's answer, I should like to ask whether the Senate will be afforded an opportunity of expressing an opinion on the census questions?


Senator PEARCE - The ordinary procedure when regulations are laid upon the table of the Senate is that any honorable senator can give notice to dissent from a regulation, or can move to substitute a new regulation. ' If any such motion is tabled an opportunity will be afforded for discussing it.

ADJOURNMENT (Formal).

Census Questions.







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