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Wednesday, 10 September 1913


The PRESIDENT - There is no point of order. To say that an honorable senator is a "land-owner is not to cast any reflection upon him.


Senator McCOLL - In view of the circular which was issued by the late Minister of Home Affairs, Senator de Largie may object to being called a great land-owner, and I shall therefore say that he is a s-mail land-owner. I do not propose to continue the debate. We want to get on with the business of the country. We want to do what we were sent here for, and if we cannot do it, I say let us all go to the country again, and let the people settle matters between us.







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