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Tuesday, 19 December 1905


Senator KEATING (Tasmania) (Honorary Minister) . - I am assured that there is no electorate in which there is not a number of polling places and polling place rolls. Whether there be subdivisions or not, there will be a number of polling place rolls, which, in the aggregate, will constitute the division poll, though not printed as a separate document. The words " polling place " cover all possible cases that can arise.


Senator Millen - If that be so, it would be better to have it so set out in the Act than to leave it to the option of those who havethe administration. If each electorate is subdivided the Bill may work all right.

Motion agreed to.

Clause 19 -

Section sixty of the Principal Act is amended by omitting the words " Returning Officers for a Division," and inserting in lieu thereof the words " Electoral Registrar keeping the Polling place or Sub-Division Roll."

House of Representatives' Amendments.- After " amended " insert " (a) by omitting the words in the presence of a witness,' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'and witnessed by an elector' ; (i)."

Motion (by Senator Keating) proposed -

That the amendmentbe agreed to.







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