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Friday, 4 November 1921

Senator PRATTEN (NEW SOUTH WALES) - I ask the representative of the Government present whether he is in a position to say what is proposed as the business of the Senate for to-day and next week. I understand that there is a garden party at Government House this afternoon. That I do not think interests the rank and file of the Senate.

Senator Duncan - None of us have received invitations.

Senator PRATTEN (NEW SOUTH WALES) - There may be some favoured individuals who have received an invitation from His Excellency the Governor-General, and, so far as I am concerned, I shall have no objection, if it is thought desirable, to ask the

Senate to meet their convenience. I should like a statement on the subject from the Minister in charge?

SenatorRUSSELL. - If possible a statement will be made a little later today.

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