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Thursday, 16 November 1911

Senator ST LEDGER (Queensland) . - I have listened with interest to what was said by the Vice-President of the Executive Council, and also to the remarks of Senator Gardiner. I may say that, notwithstanding the Vice-President's suggestion, hint, threat, or whatever else it may be called, so far as I am personally concerned, I shall conduct my criticism of Government proposals in the ordinary parliamentary way. I think that we should take whatever time may be necessary in dealing with every measure which is brought before the Senate. I say this because, if the Senate wasted its time for three or four days on a tin-pot thing - if the expression be in order-

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