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Wednesday, 21 October 1970


Mr SPEAKER -Order! The honourable member for Newcastle knows, as indeed the whole House knows, my feelings on this matter.


Mr Charles Jones - Why do you not carry out Standing Orders?


Mr SPEAKER -Order! The honourable member will withdraw that remark.


Mr Charles Jones - I am not deaf, Mr Speaker.


Mr SPEAKER -Order! Apparently the honourable member for Newcastle does not understand what I have said. I have said on many occasions - I will repeat it now - that there is no way in which the Chair can ascertain whether questions asked are or are not on notice. It is not within the province of the Chair to decide this question.


Mr McMAHON - The quotation continues: and in particular through greater use of the facilities provided by the United Nations in accordance with the darter.

This declaration will be accepted not only by the liberal countries of the world but by the Communist countries as well. I only hope that in voting they will show the goodwill and honesty that are necessary to live up to the resolution.







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