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Monday, 15 October 1973
Page: 2059


Mr SPEAKER -I wish to refer to the confusion which arises from time to time when a member seeks leave of the House to have matter incorporated in Hansard. The incorporation of unread matter in Hansard was considered by the Standing Orders Committee in 1964 following which the Committee suggested that a suitable arrangement would be that a Minister or member seeking leave to incorporate material should first show the matter to the member leading for the Opposition or to the Minister at the table, as the case may be. I remind honourable members wishing to incorporate material that they should observe the practice of showing the matter to the member leading for the Opposition or to the Minister at the table, as the case may be, prior to commencing their speeches. By so doing they will facilitate the business of the House.







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