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  • The members of the Committee retired, and having re-entered the chamber, Mr. Jolley presented the proposed Address - in - Reply , which was read by the Clerk as follows: - May it please Your Excellency
    Date: 08/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-08/0133 - Source: House of Reps

  • Grampians 0 JOLLEY, Edward Mr JOLLEY .- I move - That the Address be agreed to by the House. The Governor-General's Speech to honorable members to-day contained, as one living in
    Date: 08/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-08/0134 - Source: House of Reps

  • Werriwa 0 LYNCH, John Mr LYNCH .- It affords me - very great pleasure to second the motion proposed by the honorable member for Grampians. A more statesmanlike utterance than the GovernorGeneral's Speech now under consideration
    Date: 08/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-08/0135 - Source: House of Reps

  • question has agitated my mind, both before and since I entered this House. When I had the honour of seconding the Address - in - Reply , I drew attention to the fact that there was no mention in His Excellency's Speech of
    Date: 19/11/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-11-19/0114 - Source: House of Reps

  • members, on the 29th ultimo, I waited upon His Excellency the Governor-General, in the Parliamentary library, and presented to him the Address in Reply to His Excellency's Speech on the opening of Parliament, agreed to by the House on the 15th ultimo. His
    Date: 11/11/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-11-11/0003 - Source: House of Reps

  • House met, at half-past two o'clock p.m., pursuant to adjournment.-Mr. Speaker took the Cliai, and read Prayers. 2. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS IN REPLY TO His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.-Mr. Speaker reported that, accompanied by honorable Members, he had, on the 29th ultimo, waited
    Date: 11/11/1914 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/voteshistorical/1914-11-11 - Source: House of Reps

  • adjournment Presentation of Address - in - Reply .
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-28/0213 - Source: House of Reps

  • there is an arrangement that His Excellency the Governor-General will be in this building at 3.15 p.m. to-morrow to receive the Address - in - Reply , andIhope that as many members as can conveniently do so will be present.
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-28/0214 - Source: House of Reps

  • - I, too, will be pleased if as many members as can conveniently attend will be present when the Address - in - Reply is presented to His Excellency to-morrow. Question resolved in the affirmative.
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-28/0215 - Source: House of Reps

  • its rising adjourn until Wednesday, 1lth November next, at half past two o'clock p.m. Question-put and passed. 17. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS IN REPLY .--Mr. Fisher informed the House that the Address in Reply would be presented to His Excellency
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/voteshistorical/1914-10-28 - Source: House of Reps

  • The House met, at three o'clock p.m., pursuant to adjournment.-Mr. Speaker took the Chair, and read Prayers. 2. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS IN REPLY .-Mr. Fisher informed the House that the Address in Reply would be presented to His Excellency
    Date: 21/10/1914 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/voteshistorical/1914-10-21 - Source: House of Reps

  • In doing so, I thank honorable members for their courtesyin the matter of the speedy adoption of the Address - in - Reply .
    Date: 15/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-15/0047 - Source: House of Reps

  • a much better way. Ministers have known through the whole of the afternoon that the speaking from our side upon the Address - in - Reply was finished, and they might have let us away so that wo could catch our trains. Honorable
    Date: 15/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-15/0048 - Source: House of Reps

  • that the Leader of the Opposition had conveyed to the Government the intimation that honorable members opposite did not intend to debate the Address - in - Reply . His statement now is the first official intimation that has reached me.
    Date: 15/10/1914 - Collection: house of representatives - ID: hansard80/hansardr80/1914-10-15/0050 - Source: House of Reps

  • 135. F.12571. 20, VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 15th October, 1914. 4. ADDRESS IN REPLY TO His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S SPEECH.-The Order of the Day having been read for the resumption of the debate
    Date: 15/10/1914 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/voteshistorical/1914-10-15 - Source: House of Reps

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