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Wednesday, 30 November 1927


Senator DUNCAN - May I ask you, Mr. President, if there is any way in which honorable senators can express their approval or disapproval of decisions of the Library Committee which affect very considerably members of both Houses ?

The PRESIDENT (Senator the Hon. Sir John Newlands). - There are many opportunities for honorable senators to give expression to their views on any decision of the Library Committee, and I know of no better way to do so than by moving a motion in the Senate.


Senator DUNCAN - Will any report of the Library Committee be submitted to the Senate?







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