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Wednesday, 16 December 1914


Senator LONG - I should like to ask you, Sir, whether you have noticed that the Age and Argus newspapers of to-day have suppressed the very lengthy statement you gave to the Senate concerning the blackguardly conduct of some of their representatives ? Have you ascertained whether the report of the proceedings in the Senate yesterday was deliberately suppressed by the individuals concerned, or whether the proprietors of the newspapers mentioned, who, I admit, made a very full and ample apology, have seen fit to prevent the publication of your statement and the correspondence in connexion with the matter?


Senator Millen - The honorable senator will not add to the dignity of Parliament by rubbing it in.







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