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Friday, 9 December 1927


The PRESIDENT - The honorable senator may not discuss the report itself; he must confine his remarks to the motion for the printing of the report.


Senator OGDEN - I am not attempting to do that. I contend that the better plan would have been to give notice of this motion. Honorable senators would then have had an opportunity to discuss it.


Senator Sir George Pearce - How can the report be discussed until it is before the Senate in correct form?


Senator OGDEN - I presume that the report is already printed and that the alterations will not cost much. I still think it would have been better to give notice instead of springing the motion on the Senate in this way.







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