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Thursday, 24 October 1912

The PRESIDENT - The trouble has been that some honorable senators, although knowing where they wished their bound volumes to be sent to, have not left their addresses. I am not sure that Senator O'Keefe's suggestion would get over the difficulty. If a number of honorable senators neglected to hand in their addresses, and the volumes intended for them were sent to Parliament House while they themselves were in another part of the Commonwealth, I am afraid that we should receive many complaints. I have brought this matter under the notice of the Senate for the purpose of asking that honorable senators will, while they are here, hand to the Clerk the addresses to which they require the volumes to be sent. If, of course, an honorable senator gives his address as Parliament House, the volumes will be sent here.

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