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  • President, accompanied by honorable Senators, on Thursday, the 29th October, waited upon His Excellency the Governor-General, and presented to him the Address in Reply to His Excellency’s Speech on the opening of Parliament, agreed to on the loth October, and that His Excellency
    Date: 11/11/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-11-11 - Source: Senate

  • N o. 9.—28th October, 1914. 38 5. A ddress in R eply.—P resentation.—The President reminded the Senate that the Address in Reply to the Governor-General’s Opening Speech would be presented to His Excellency at a quarter-past three p.m. to-morrow, in the
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-28 - Source: Senate

  • for Defence (Senator Pearce) informed the Senate that His Excellency the Governor-General had seen fit to alter the time for receiving the Address in Reply to a quarter past three o’clock on Thursday next. 4. K algoorlie to P ort Augusta R ailway :
    Date: 22/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-22 - Source: Senate

  • appointed the hour of a quarter past three o’clock to-morrow as the time when he would receive, in the Parliamentary Library, the Address in Reply . The President asked that as many Senators as could do so would accompany him on the occasion of
    Date: 21/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-21 - Source: Senate

  • in R eply to the Governor-General’s Opening Speech— Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the Question—That the following Address in Reply be agreed to :— To His Excellency the Governor-General. May it please Your E xcellency : We, the Senate
    Date: 15/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-15 - Source: Senate

  • A ddress in R eply to the Governor-General’s Opening Speech.—Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the Question—That the following Address in Reply be agreed to :— To H is Excellency the Governor-General. May it P lease Your E xcellency : We,
    Date: 14/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-14 - Source: Senate

  • Governor-General’s Speech R eported.—The President reported the Speech of His Excellency the Governor-General. 21. A ddress-in-R eply.—Senator Guy moved—That the following Address in Reply to His Excellency the Governor-General’s Opening Speech be agreed to :— To His Excellency the Governor - General. May
    Date: 08/10/1914 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/journalshistorical/1914-10-08 - Source: Senate

  • His Excellency the GovernorGeneral will be in attendance in the Parliamentary Library at a quarter-past 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon to receive the Address - in - Reply . I shall be glad if as many honorable senators as can find it convenient will accompany
    Date: 28/10/1914 - Collection: senate - ID: hansard80/hansards80/1914-10-28/0021 - Source: SENATE

  • Leader of the Senate, I desire to inform honorable senators that at a quarter-past three o'clock to-morrow I will proceed to present the Address - in - Reply to His Excellency the Governor-General, and shall be glad if as many honorable senators as can find
    Date: 21/10/1914 - Collection: senate - ID: hansard80/hansards80/1914-10-21/0013 - Source: SENATE

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