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Wednesday, 16 November 1910

The PRESIDENT - Before I put the question I desire to mention that, so far as the Senate is concerned, there is no bell, and never has been' a bell, in the garden to summon -honorable senators to a division. There is a bell in the garden which, .1 believe, is rung when a division is about to he taken in the other House. I have merely made this statement because I do not wish any honorable senator to be under a. wrong impression.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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