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Thursday, 27 September 1973
Page: 1652

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER (Mr Drury (RYAN, QUEENSLAND) - The House will come to order. There are too many interjections coming from both sides of the House. The Minister is entitled to be heard in silence.

Mr ENDERBY - It is nothing less than a conspiracy to defraud and to deceive the public, particularly the electors and the people of the Northern Territory, into believing that their member is fighting for their interests in the hope that they will not realise that his colleagues in the Senate, with his blessing no doubt, or if not with his blessing because of his incompetence in that he is unable to persuade them of the strength of his case-

Mr Calder - You are talking nonsense.

Mr ENDERBY - I will repeat it. If it is not with your blessing that in the Senate your colleagues oppose this matter that is so obviously just for the Northern Territory and something for which you yourself have argued in this place, then you are incompetent. I put that to you. I finish on that note.

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