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Friday, 25 November 1910

Senator ST LEDGER (Queensland) . - The invitation has come to us, and, party questions aside, the Commonwealth ought to be represented at the Coronation, and I do not propose to criticise the action of the Government in the matter. I think it is an excellent thing that the invitation should have been received officially, as I understand, from the Imperial Government. It is right that it should be accepted, and our Prime Minister, who is also Treasurer of the Commonwealth, can be trusted in the matter. I recognise his position as Prime Minister of the Commonwealth, and that he desires that it should be represented at the Coronation.

Request negatived.

Schedule agreed to.

Postponed clause 2 agreed to.

Preamble and title agreed to.

Bill reported without requests, and passed through its remaining stages.

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