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Friday, 21 November 1913

The PRESIDENT - It must be obvious to the honorable senator that I cannot be expected to say what has been the procedure of the Senate until I have looked up the records. It must be equally obvious to him that I cannot be acquainted with what has been the practice in Houses of Parliament in various parts of the British Empire until I have looked up the records. I ask the honorable senator to give notice of the questions.

Senator Lt Colonel O'loghlin - I give notice, sir,- for the next day of sitting.

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