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Thursday, 3 November 1927


The PRESIDENT - I point out that this discussion is quite irregular. I understood perfectly the question that -was asked by Senator Ogden, and I was under the impression that I had answered it in a way which honorable senators could understand. The question of whether a rough proof of the speech that has been delivered by the Minister can be made available comes within the scope of the attempt that is being made to furnish honorable senators and honorable members of another place with rough proofs of all the speeches that are delivered in both Houses from day to day.


Senator Grant - That is not the point .


The PRESIDENT - The one is covered by the other. I, and, I think, honorable senators generally, understood the question to refer to the furnishing of a rough proof of all speeches at the earliest possible moment.

Motion agreed to; debate adjourned.







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