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Thursday, 2 October 1913


Senator CLEMONS (Tasmania) (Honorary Minister) . - May I be permitted, though somewhat irregularly, to make an appeal to Senator Rae to withdraw his objection ? If I have not his concurrence in submitting the motion I desire to move, it is now too late for me to give notice of it at this sitting, and the result must be to postpone the matter still further. I desire to inform the honorable senator that, unless I obtain leave to submit the motion now, no other business can be transacted under our' Standing Orders - not even private members' business. I urge the honorable senator, in the circumstances, to withdraw his objection.


Senator Rae - Very well, I withdraw my objection.

Motion (by Senator Clemons) agreed to -

That the debate on the motion for the adoption of the Address-in-Reply to the GovernorGeneral's Opening Speech, which was interrupted by the count out of the Senate on Wednesday, 1st October, be resumed forthwith at the point where it was interrupted.

Debate resumed from 1st October (vide page 1668), on motion by Senator Bakhap -

That the following Address-in-Reply be agreed to : -

To JJ is Excellency the Governor-General.Mai it Please Your Excellency-

We, the Senate of the Commonwealth of Australia, in Parliament assembled, desire to express our loyalty to our Most Gracious Sovereign, and to thank Your Excellency for the Speech which you have been pleased to address to Parliament.







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