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Friday, 26 June 1914


The PRESIDENT - Before putting the motion, I desire, on my own behalf, at this the close of the second and final session of this Parliament, to place on record my keen and deep appreciation of the cordial and sympathetic assistance that I have received in the discharge of my duties in the Chair from both sides of the House. That assistance and good feeling have enabled me to perform my duties in a way which, I hope, has been satisfactory to all members, and has made my task a very light one. I desire also to convey to the officers and servants of the House my personal thanks for the great assistance they have given me on every occasion. Honorable senators generally have been well served in the discharge of their duties by all members of the staff, from the highest officer to the humblest servant of the House.

Question resolved in the affirmative.







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