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Thursday, 10 September 1936

Senator HARDY (New South Wales) . - On behalf of the members of the United Country party I also desire to associate myself with the tribute which has been paid to the memory of the late Senator William Carroll, a man who, during his public life, worked unceasingly in the interests of the primary producers of his State and of the whole of the people of Australia. For a number of years Senator Carroll was the unofficial leader of the Country party in the Senate, in which capacity he proved to be a wise counsellor to those who served under him. His tact, diplomacy and general understanding helped his colleagues out of many difficult situations. The honorable senator's personality was so distinguished by kindness and courtesy that his passing is regretted by not only the people of Western Australia, but also his many friends throughout the Commonwealth.

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