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Thursday, 23 April 1936

The PRESIDENT - I have received from Senator Guthrie an intimation that he desires to move the adjournment of the Senate for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance, namely, " The necessity for the Common-wealth of taking immediate steps to counter the anti-wool campaign ".

Four honorable senators having risen in support of the motion,

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