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Wednesday, 9 November 1983
Page: 2482
  The House divided.

(Mr Deputy Speaker-Hon. Les Johnson)

Ayes . . . . . . . . . . .60
Noes . . . . . . . . . . .41
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Majority . . . . . . . . .19
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Baldwin, P. J.Hollis, C.
Beazley, K. C.Howe, B. L.
Beddall, D. P.Humphreys, B. (Teller)
Bilney, G. N.Hurford, C. J.
Blanchard, C. A.Jacobi, R.
Blewett, N.Kent, L.
Bowen, LionelKeogh, L. J.
Brown, JohnKlugman, R. E.
Brown, RobertLindsay, E. J.
Brumby, J. M.McHugh, J.
Campbell, G.McLeay, Leo
Charles, D. E.Maher, M. J.
Child, J.Mildren, J. B.
Chynoweth, R. L.Milton, P.
Cohen, B.Morris, Allan
Cross, M. D.Morris, Peter
Darling, E. E.Morrison, W. L.
Dawkins, J. S.O'Neil, L. R. T.
Duffy, M. J.Punch, G. F.
Everingham, D. N.Reeves, J. E.
Fatin, W. F.Saunderson, J.
Free, R. V.Scholes, G. G. D.
Fry, K. L.Scott, J. L.
Gayler, J.Simmons, D. W.
Gear, G.Snow, J. H.
Gorman, R. N. J.Uren, T.
Griffiths, A. G.Wells, D. McM.
Hand, G. L.West, S. J.
Hayden, W. G.Willis, R.
Holding, A. C.Young, M. (Teller)
Adermann, A. E.Howard, J. W.
Aldred, K. J.Hunt, R. J. D.
Andrew, J. N.Lloyd, B.
Braithwaite, R. A.Lusher, S. A.
Burr, M. A.McGauran, P. J.
Cadman, A. G.MacKellar, M. J. R.
Cameron, Ewen (Teller)McVeigh, D. T.
Carlton, J. J.Macphee, I. M.
Coleman, W. P.Moore, J. C.
Connolly, D. M.O'Keefe, F. L.
Cowan, D. B.Porter, J. R.
Dobie, J. D. M.Robinson, Ian
Drummond, P. H.Rocher, A. C.
Edwards, HarryRuddock, P. M.
Fisher, P. S.Shipton, R. F.
Goodluck, B. J.Sinclair, I. McC.
Groom, R. J.Spender, J. M.
Hall, SteeleStreet, A. A.
Hawker, D. P. M.White, P. N. D.
Hicks, N. (Teller)Wilson, I. B. C.
Hodgman, W. M.
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Mountford, J. G.Tuckey, C. W.
Kerin, J. C.Newman, K. E.
Edwards, RonaldFife, W. C.
Cunningham, B. T.Anthony, J. D.
Charlesworth, R. I.Katter, R. C.
Kelly, R. J.Cameron, Ian
Jones, BarryMillar, P. C.
In division- Mr Scholes-Mr Deputy Speaker, I raise a point of order. Honourable members opposite want to know why the Treasurer is not in the chamber. He is paired with one of the Opposition members who cannot be here.
Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER-Order! There is no point of order.
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Question resolved in the affirmative.