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Thursday, 21 June 1906

Senator O'KEEFE (Tasmania) - - I would prefer that the debate should be resumed to-night, and I understand that the Government have no objection.

Senator Fraser - No. Resume the debate on another occasion.

Senator Playford - I have no objection to the debate being resumed to-night.If that is not done, it may not be reached for some considerable time.

The PRESIDENT - Under the Standing Orders I do not know that anything can be done except by leave of the Senate.

Senator O'KEEFE - I d I did not think that there was any objection from the other side.

Senator Fraser - There is no objection, except that the hour is too late.

Senator Playford - If the honorable senator will place his notice of motion upon the paper for to-morrow, I shall help him if 1 can.

Senator O'KEEFE - I a I am satisfied with the promise of the Minister, but I thought it was the wish of honorable senators on the other side to resume the debate to-night. By leave, I move -

That the debate on notice of motion No. 8 be resumed to-morrow.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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