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Tuesday, 22 March 1927

Senator NEEDHAM (Western Australia) . - I should like to know why the Senate is to meet to-morrow morning. Honorable senators should be informed of the business which they will be called upon to deal with to-morrow. I have no objection to a morning sitting if it is essential in order to finish the business of the session. Perhaps the right honorable the Minister will indicate what measures are likely to come from another place, so that we may prepare for them. This evening we were called upon unexpectedly to consider the Dried Fruits Export Charges Bill. It is possible that tomorrow or the next day we may have a number of measures brought before us at short notice for consideration. If we are to reassemble at an unusual hour tomorrow, the Government should intimate the nature of the business likely to come up for consideration.

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