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Wednesday, 3 April 1968


Mr SPEAKER -Order! I think the right honourable gentleman is going beyond the bounds of a personal explanation.


Mr McEwen - This cheque was drawn in favour of Mr Maxwell Newton who endorsed it-


Mr Bryant - Mr Speaker, I rise to a point of order. It might be worth while if honourable members opposite referred to the Standing Orders occasionally. Standing Order 66 states:

A member who has spoken to a question may again be heard, to explain himself in regard to some material part of his speech which has been misquoted or misunderstood, but shall not introduce any new matter, or interrupt . . .


Mr SPEAKER -Order! There is no substance in the point of order. The attention of the Minister for Trade and Industry was drawn to that matter.







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