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Wednesday, 1 November 1911


Senator DE LARGIE (Western Australia) . - I hope that the Government will not undertake any such gigantic task as to clear up charges made by people against the late Administration.


Senator Millen - A specific charge of maladministration.


Senator DE LARGIE - If all the charges of maladministration made against the late Administration are to be investigated we shall be occupied with nothing else throughout the present session. Nothing is more common than for charges of this kind to be made by one political party against the other. It is because honorable senators opposite for the first time find the Labour party in power and able to take a hand in framing the electoral laws of the country that We have been treated to this display of feeling.







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