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Friday, 5 October 1906


Senator CLEMONS (Tasmania) . - I desire to assist the Government in getting on with business, even if it entails my saying nothing whatever on the motion for the second reading of the British Preference Bill. If the Minister can get that measure read a second time to-day, the Senate might adjourn at 4 o'clock. I promise also that I shall offer no objection to Bills which have gone from the Senate to another place, and been returned with amendments being dealt with. If we adopt that course, we shall materially clear the business-paper.







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