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Wednesday, 16 December 1914

Senator MULLAN (Queensland) . - I understand that an arrangement was made some time ago between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition that the session would be adjourned to-day, but apparently that is not to take place, and we are to meet to-morrow. I wish to know from the Leader of the Senate what prospects, if any, there are of concluding the business to-morrow. I ask the question because many honorable senators, in anticipation of the session adjourning to-day, have made arrangements to leave Melbourne tomorrow. Of course, if there is no prospect of finishing the work to-morrow, we are prepared to hang on until after Christmas. We do not want to go away leaving the business unfinished. We are entitled, I think, to know what prospects there are of finishing to-morrow, so that we can make our arrangements.

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