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Saturday, 16 December 1905

Mr WATSON (Bland) - I spoke to the PrimeMinister before he was compelled to leave the House, about the business to be taken on Monday. He then informed me that he proposed to take the Copyright Bill as the first business on Monday morning, with a view to having an interval in the debate on the Seat of Government question, in order that honorable members might take advantage of the opportunity to think over the speeches delivered to-day.

Mr Crouch - They will bear thinking over for a very long time.

Mr WATSON - There is certainly room for some thought to be devoted to them. The Prime Minister informed me that after the Copyright Bill had been under consideration, the House would proceed with the debate on the Seat of Government Bill.

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