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Thursday, 5 August 1926

Senator PEARCE (Western Australia) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) .- In moving-

That the Senate do now adjourn,

I wish to inform honorable senators that, as it is the desire of the Government to conclude the present sittings of Parliament next week, it will be necessary for the Senate to meet on Tuesday nest. There are some important measures still to come from another place, including the Appropriation Bill, the Federal Aid Roads Bill, the Petrol Tax Bill, as well as the measures on the notice-paper for to-morrow. In these circumstances, I ask honorable senators to assist the Government by disposing of the motion for the printing of the budget-papers as early as possible, to enable the measures which I have mentioned to be proceeded with.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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