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Friday, 24 August 1984
Page: 356
  The Senate divided.

(The President-Senator the Hon.Douglas McClelland)

Ayes . . . . . . . . . . .35
Noes . . . . . . . . . . .25
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Majority . . . . . . . . .10
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Bolkus, N. Hearn, J. M.
Button, J. N. Jones, G. N
Childs, B. K. McClelland, Douglas
Chipp, D. L. McIntosh, G. D.
Coates, J. Macklin, M. J.
Coleman, R. N. Maguire, G. R.
Colston, M. A. Mason, C. V. J.
Cook, P. F. S. Primmer, C. G.
Crowley, R. A. Ray, Robert
Elstob, R. C. Reynolds, M.
Evans, GarethRichardson, G. F.
Evans, JackRobertson, E. A. (Teller)
Foreman, D. J. Ryan, S. M.
Georges, GSibraa, K. W.
Gietzelt, A. T. Tate, M. C.
Giles, P. J. Walsh, P. A.
Grimes, D. J. Zakharov, A. O.
Haines, J.
Baume, PeterLajovic, M. E.
Bjelke-Petersen, F. I. Lewis, A. W. R.
Boswell, R. L. D. MacGibbon, D. J.
Carrick, Sir JohnMartin, K. J.
Collard, S. J. (Teller)Messner, A. J.
Crichton-Browne, N. A. Reid, M. E.
Durack, P. D. Scott, D. B.
Guilfoyle, Dame MargaretTeague, B. C.
Hamer, D. J. Townley, M.
Harradine, B. Walters, M. S.
Hill, R. Watson, J. O. W.
Jessop, D. S. Withers, R. G.
Kilgariff, B. F.

The PRESIDENT-There being 35 ayes and 25 noes, I declare that the motion for the third reading of the Bill has been carried by an absolute majority of the Senate.