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Friday, 19 July 1912

The PRESIDENT - Is it the pleasure of the Senate that the message be dealt with forthwith?

Senator Chataway - No.

The PRESIDENT - Objection being taken the message cannot be dealt with without notice.

Motion (by Senator McGregor) agreed to -

That consideration of the message be an order of the day for Wednesday next.

Senator Gardiner - I suppose this illustrates the policy of the anti-Labour party.

Senator St Ledger - It is unreasonable to ask for an important subject like this to be dealt with right away.

Senator Gardiner - It should be dealt with right away.

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