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Thursday, 7 December 1905
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Mr KELLY (Wentworth) - I should like to know whether the Prime Minister can hold out any hope of honorable members catching their trains this afternoon ?

Mr Deakin - That will depend upon the progress made. I doubt whether honorable members will be able to leave for their homes at the usual time.

Mr KELLY - We have had an exceptionally hard week, and as there has been no obstruction of any kind, I think that we might be permitted to return to our homes in the usual way. It is not unreasonable to ask that the House should adjourn until Tuesday next. We had no warning that we should be required to sit for such long hours this week, but we shall come fully prepared next week.

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