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Thursday, 11 June 1914


The CHAIRMAN - The Senate went into Committee to consider the amendments of the Standing Orders proposed by the Standing Orders Committee. I point out that the words which Senator Millen suggests should be struck out appear in this standing order itself and not in the amendment of the standing order proposed by the Standing Orders Committee.


Senator O'LOGHLIN (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) -Colonel Sir AlbertGould. - As we are dealing with proposed amendments of the Standing Orders, if we find that there is any redundancy in a standing order in consequence of the acceptance of an amendment proposed by the Standing Orders Committee, we surely have a right to correct that redundancy.


The CHAIRMAN - I did not give a ruling ; I wished merely to direct the attention of honorable senators to what was proposed to be done.

Motion agreed to.

Motion (by Senator Millen) agreed to-

That the standing order be further amended by leaving out the words " but not otherwise."

Amendment in standing order 406 agreed to.

Standing order 426 -

The following motions are not open to debate, shall be moved without argument or opinion offered, and shall be forthwith put by the President from the Chair, and the vote taken -

Amendment- Add the words " (See also standing orders 71, 73, 184, 416, 424)."







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