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Wednesday, 11 August 1926


Senator PEARCE (Western Australia) (Vice-President of the ExecutiveCoun- cil) .- I can only say that, if there has been any curtailment of the debate on the agenda-paper of the Imperial Conference, Senator Grant has been to some extent responsible. He cannot complainthat he has not had ample opportunity during the last week to debate the various measures that have been before the Senate. However, if an opportunity is presented to-morrow to allow the Senate to further debate the Imperial Conference agenda-paper I shall be glad to take advantage of it.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Senate adjourned at 10.3 p.m.







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