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Thursday, 7 June 1906

The PRESIDENT - I do not think that on this motion the honorable senator, can discuss the whole course of business.

Senator MACFARLANE - If we are going to have an adjournment, it is well that we should have some notice of the intention of the Government. It is very clear that there is very little business to go on with. Therefore it would be very much better for the Senate to adjourn for a fortnight after the Address-in-Reply has been adopted.

The PRESIDENT - The honorable senator has seconded an amendment to adjourn the Senate until to-morrow morning, at half-past 10 o'clock.

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