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Wednesday, 14 July 1915

Mr SPEAKER - Honorable members who present petitions and move that they be read should be careful to see beforehand that they are in order. The honorable member for Richmond having moved that his petition be received and read, I naturally concluded that it was in order, but I now find that it is not in order, although it has been received by the House.

Mr Bamford - Will you say, sir, for the guidance of honorable members, why it is not in order?

Mr SPEAKER - It is addressed to the Senate and the House of Representatives, which should preclude us from receiving it, although we have received it. I ask the honorable member for Richmond to see that the matter is rectified.

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