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Friday, 29 November 1912

Senator McGREGOR (South Australia) (Vice-President of the Executive Coun cil) - I think that after the arduous work of dealing with all the amendments of the other House in the Navigation Bill honorable senators are really entitled to some rest. An evening or two ago I intimated that it might be necessary to meet on Tuesday next, but in view of the work which has been done up to the present time by the Senate, the assistance which the Government has had from all parts of the chamber, and also the great expectation that expedition will be exercised during the remainder of the session, I do not think it is necessary to meet on Tuesday of next week. Therefore, I shall not move in that direction, but simply move -

That the Senate do now adjourn.

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