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Thursday, 11 June 1914


Senator MILLEN - I will answer the last question first. It would be obviously impossible to give the desired assurance, because it frequently happens that at quite a late moment the necessity for some other regulation makes itself apparent. I told the Senate, and I want to repeat the statement now, without reservation of any kind, that any important change which the Government contemplates, if it does do so, will be placed before the Senate, so that it can take any action which it may see fit. By that remark I mean this House and this session.







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