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SYDNEY, September 13.
The Federal Convention have decided that after dealing with the constitution of the two Houses and finances the question of deadlocks shall be considered.
The Committee this morning resumed the discussion on the constitution of the Senate. Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and Westralia desired that the method of electing senators should be left to the local Parliaments to determine, provided that the senators should be elected by tho people of the State as one electorate.
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FEDERAL CONVENTION, Evening Star, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
FEDERAL CONVENTION Evening Star, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
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