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Thursday, 7 June 1906


Mr DEAKIN - I have no objection. In fact, I hope to be in a position to lay them on th© table of the House tomorrow, together with certain correspondence which has not yet been published. The resolutions passed bv both Houses of the New South Wales Parliament at the close of last session were communicated to this Government, and we asked for information as to the ground's upon which the resolutions were passed This was received and replied to. and two further letters have been exchanged'. I propose to lay the correspondence, as well as the plans and papers relating to the proposed new sites, before the House to-morrow.







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