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Friday, 18 December 1914

Senator MILLEN (New South Wales) . - I rise for the purpose of indorsing and reciprocating the remarks which the Leader of the Government in the Senate has been good enough to address to us. The Senate is under an obligation to you, sir, for the assistance and guidance you have given it on all occasions, and for the kindly control you have exercised. Our obligations extend also to those in subordinate positions in the Senate. I can only say it must be a source of satisfaction that, however much we may differ" in political views during this session, although some contentious measures have been presented for our consideration, there has been no evidence of any personal illfeeling amongst honorable senators. I therefore, with additional pleasure and sincerity, extend to my honorable friends opposite, on behalf of all the honorable senators on this side, those very kindly seasonal greetings which Senator Pearce was good enough to extend to us.

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