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Friday, 12 June 1914


Senator RUSSELL (VICTORIA) - In continuation of the question which I attempted to address to the Vice-President of the Executive Council yesterday, and which I discovered was out of order, as to whether he is not of the opinion that nearly half the people on the present electoral rolls will probably call at a post office or other institution for the purpose of ascertaining their position, will he do anything to prevent these persons from being deceived by finding their names on the old roll when they are struck off the new roll, or the one that will be used in a couple of months? As this is a serious question, affecting nearly half the people of the Commonwealth, will he do anything in the matter 1







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