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Wednesday, 10 June 1914


The PRESIDENT - That is a matter over which I have absolutely no control. I can take no cognisance of it.


Senator Millen - I have the same right as has Senator Long to break the Standing Orders and interject.


The PRESIDENT - Order ! I ask the Minister to withdraw that statement, which is a reflection on the Chair. The honorable senator has said that he has the same right as have other honorable senators to break the Standing Orders and interject. He must know that reasonable interjections are always allowed. If the honorable senator means to suggest that I have unduly relaxed that condition in order to specially favour any side, his statement is grossly out of order.







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