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Thursday, 21 June 1906

Senator PLAYFORD (South Australia) (Minister of Defence) . - All I want is that private business may take precedence until the adjournment for dinner. If the debate on a senator's motion is not finished then, I shall be only too pleased1 to meet his convenience, if possible, by allowing a quarter, or half-an-hour of Government time, so that it may be concluded

Senator O'Keefe - I - I am quite satisfied.

Senator Millen - Will it not be necessary to suspend the Standing Orders to permit that to be done?

The PRESIDENT - No, because standing order 120 allows the Senate to otherwise order.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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