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Wednesday, 4 August 1926


Senator PEARCE (Western AustraliaVicePresident of the Executive. Council) .- I lay upon the table of the Senate the agenda paper of the Imperial Conference, and move -

That the paper be printed.

I do not propose to speak upon the subjects listed for discussion at the forthcoming Imperial Conference, but I direct honorable senators' attention to the fact that a full statement of the Government's attitude towards the questions to be considered has been made by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce). My object in submitting this motion is to give honorable senators who so desire an opportunity to address themselves at some suitable stage to the subjects to be discussed. If the adjournment of the debate is moved that can be done.

Debate (on motion by Senator Needham) adjourned.







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