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Friday, 15 December 1905


Senator PULSFORD (New South Wales) - I shall be very glad if honorable senators can see their way to meet at halfpast 2 o'clock on Monday. It will be impossible for Senator Gould, who is now in Sydney, to be here on Monday at halfpast 10 o'clock, but he could be here at half-past 2 o'clock. I was most anxious to go to Sydney to-night, but, of course, I could not get back by Monday morning. At the same time, I recognise that the convenience of the majority should be considered.


Senator O'Keefe - The majority wish to meet at half-past ten o'clock, because it is an exceptional time.


Senator PULSFORD - I admit that it is an exceptional time, and if the majority feel that we ought to meet on Monday morning, I cannot press the interests of three or four senators.

Amendment agreed to.

Question, as amended, resolved in the affirmative.







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