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Wednesday, 1 September 1937

A motion without notice, that the Senate at its rising, adjourn to any day or hour other than that fixed for the next ordinary meeting of the Senate, for the purpose of debating some matter of urgency,can only be made after petitions have been presented and notices of questions and motions given, and before the business of the day is proceeded with . . . The senator so moving must make, in writing, and hand in to the President, a statement of the matter of urgency . . . Only the matter in respect of which such motion is made can be debated . . .

Committee's recommendation -

Leave out " Only the matter in respect of which such motion is made can he debated ".

Motion (by Senator Sampson) agreed to-

That the amendment be agreed to.







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