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Friday, 18 June 1937

Motion (by Senator Sir GEORGE Pearce) agreed to -

That, during the present session, unless otherwise ordered, at four o'clock p.m. on Fridays the President shall put the question - That the Senate do now adjourn, which question shall not be open to debate; if the Senate be in committee at that hour, the Chairman shall in like manner put the question - That he do leave the chair and report to the Senate; and upon such report being made the President shall forthwith put the question - That the Senate do now adjourn, which question shall not be open to debate: Provided that if the Senate or the committee be in division at the time named, the President or the Chairman shall not put the question referred to .until the result of such division has been declared; and if the business under discussion shall not have been disposed of at such adjournment it shall appear on the businesspaper for the nest sitting day.







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