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[l‘T;oM Oun i’.U:r.IAMI:NTAr.Y RePOP.YKR.] WELLIN'iTON, Uet'Vnfr 30. ‘■.May 1 a.'k the i’lirne Minister when ho proposes to living tho session to an end': ' asked Sir Juseph Ward in the House yesterday. What Dills was it proposed to slaughter'i The Prime .Minister said ho proposed to ask members to conclude the session on Saturday mglil, hut lie could, not do that without assistance. A Member: You can’t do it. Mr Massey : “ Then 1 am quite prepared to go on. There, is no earthly reason why we shouldn't do it," lie proposed, ho added, to ask the House to deal that evening with the Public Works Estimates, and to consult the Leader of the Opposition ns to how long the sitting should last. On Friday the Mining Hills would be considered. and he caw no reason why tho House should not reach the Supplementary Estimates on Saturday, if members would help him lie was prepared to dose on Saturday ; if not he was prepared to go on for another week. Then- the House started to work.

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WHEN WILL THE SESSION CLOSE, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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WHEN WILL THE SESSION CLOSE Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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