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Thursday, 22 July 1920


Mr WISE (GIPPSLAND, VICTORIA) (Postmaster-General) - On 15th July, 1920, the honorable member for Parkes (Mr. Marr) asked me the following questions : -

1.   The number of relieving postmasters in New South Wales and Victoria and the number employed in each grade in each of the two States?

2.   How many graded offices in each of the two States there are at which these officers are called upon to perform relieving duties?

I then promised that the information would be obtained. The following replies have now been received: -

1.   Eight in New South Wales (all in Grade VI.); ten in Victoria (4 in Grade V., 2 in Grade VI., and 4 in Grade VII.)

2.   Last year there were 44 in New South Wales and 131 in Victoria.







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