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Tuesday, 10 July 1906

Mr THOMAS (Barrier) .- It seems to me to be a pity that we cannot adjourn until half-past seven o'clock on Thursday. If it is determined that we shall sit at half-past two, it will prevent Mr. Speaker, and, probably, the members of the Ministry, from going to Queenscliff to see the wireless telegraphyinaugurated. Mr. Speaker and the officials will have to come here at half-past two o'clock instead of half -past seven.

Mr Deakin - I will try to-morrow to ascertain the wish of the House.

Mr THOMAS - I am interested in some private business standing on the paper on Thursday, but I am prepared to give way in order to allow honorable members to go to Queenscliff.

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