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Wednesday, 2 November 1983
Page: 2173
  The House divided.

(Mr Speaker-Hon. Harry Jenkins)

Ayes . . . . . . . . . . .62
Noes . . . . . . . . . . .40
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Majority . . . . . . . . .22
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Baldwin, P. J.Jacobi, R.
Beazley, K. C.Johnson, Les
Beddall, D. P.Jones, Barry
Bilney, G. N.Keating, P. J.
Blanchard, C. A.Keogh, L. J.
Blewett, N.Kerin, J. C.
Brumby, J. M.Klugman, R. E.
Campbell, G.Lindsay, E. J.
Charles, D. E.McHugh, J.
Child, J.McLeay, Leo
Chynoweth, R. L.Maher, M. J.
Cohen, B.Mayer, H.
Cross, M. D.Mildren, J. B.
Cunningham, B. (Teller)Milton, P.
Dawkins, J. S.Morris, Allan
Duffy, M. J.Morris, Peter
Edwards, RonaldMorrison, W. L.
Fatin, W. F.Punch, G. F.
Free, R. V.Reeves, J. E.
Gayler, J.Saunderson, J.
Gear, G.Scholes, G. G. D.
Gorman, R. N. J.Simmons, D. W.
Griffiths, A. G.Snow, J. H.
Hand, G. L.Staples, P. R.
Hawke, R. J. L.Steedman, A. P.
Hayden, W. G.Theophanous, A. C.
Holding, A. C.Uren, T.
Hollis, C.Wells, D. McM.
Howe, B. L.West, S. J.
Humphreys, B. C. (Teller)Willis, R.
Hurford, C. J.Young, M. J.
Adermann, A. E.Hodgman, W. M.
Aldred, K. J.Hunt, R. J. D.
Andrew, J. N.Katter, R. C.
Anthony, J. D.Lloyd, B.
Braithwaite, R. A.Lusher, S. A.
Burr, M. A.McGauran, P. J.
Cameron, Ewen (Teller)MacKellar, M. J. R.
Carlton, J. J.McVeigh, D. T.
Coleman, W. P.Macphee, I. M.
Connolly, D. M.Moore, J. C.
Cowan, D. B.O'Keefe, F. L.
Dobie, J. D. M.Peacock, A. S.
Drummond, P. H.Porter, J. R.
Edwards, HarryRobinson, Ian
Fisher, P. S.Ruddock, P. M.
Goodluck, B. J.Shipton, R. F.
Groom, R. J.Sinclair, I. McC.
Hall, SteeleSpender, J. M.
Hawker, D. P. M.Street, A. A.
Hicks, N. J. (Teller)Wilson, I. B. C.
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Bowen, LionelMillar, P. C.
Brown, JohnCameron, Ian
Fry, K. L.Fife, W. C.
Brown, RobertTuckey, C. W.
Darling, E. E.Newman, K. E.
Kent, L.Cadman, A. G.
Mountford, J. G.White, P. N. D.
In division- Mr SPEAKER-Order! The honourable member for Sydney will remain where he is now. I remind him that he should know from his experience that movement is not allowed during divisions.
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Question so resolved in the affirmative.