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Thursday, 9 November 1905


The PRESIDENT - I could not have said that.


Senator DAWSON (QUEENSLAND) - I understood that that was your view ; and it was under your advice that I brought the matter on again. After consulting the Clerk as to what would be, the proper! form in which what I desired should be framed, the present motion was hit upon. I do not intend to argue the subject, but simply to put it in its proper light in order that steps may be taken to deal with the substantive motion carried by the Senate in a proper way. That is all the explanation I have to make.

Debate (on motion by Senator Croft) adjourned.







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