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Wednesday, 18 July 1906

Senator PLAYFORD - I am not aware that there is any standing order whichprevents us from proceeding with business until the Address-in-Reply to the GovernorGeneral's Speech has been presented.

Senator GUTHRIE - I did not ask if there was a standing order to that effect, but whether in the opinion of the leader of the Senate it is not an act of discourtesy to the Governor-General to proceed with public business before the AddressinReply has been presented to His Excellency.

Senator Sir Josiah Symon - For how long would the honorable senator like us to adjourn ?

Senator GUTHRIE - I do not care In my opinion-

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