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Tuesday, 4 March 1980
Page: 512


Senator PETER BAUME (New South Wales) - In accordance with Standing Order 364 1 move:

That there be laid on the table the two documents from which Senator O'Byrne quoted.

I think one was a newspaper entitled Challenge. He also quoted from another document during his speech.


The PRESIDENT - The question is that the motion be agreed to.


Senator Cavanagh - Mr President,if you accept it as a motion I will oppose it because the honourable senator is quite agreeable to tabling the documents.


The PRESIDENT - There is a motion before the Chair which I must put, unless Senator O'Byrne by leave of the Senate would like to table the documents.


Senator O'Byrne - I seek leave to lay the documents on the table.


Senator Peter Baume - If Senator O'Byrne is going to table the documents, I seek leave to withdraw my motion.

Motion- by leave- withdrawn.


The PRESIDENT - Thank you. Is leave granted for the tabling of the documents? There is no objection.


Senator O'Byrne - I table an extract from the newspaper Challenge and an extract from the Sydney Daily Telegraph of 1 March.

Question put-

That the amendment (Senator Button's) be agreed to.







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