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Wednesday, 17 June 1914

Senator McDOUGALL (NEW SOUTH WALES) - I wish to ask the Vice-President of the Executive Council if he will communicate with the Electoral Officer for the division of Cook, in New South Wales, asking him if it is a fact that 11,000 names have been struck off the roll for that division, thus imposing upon him the necessity of sending out 11,000 notices?

Senator Millen - The names of those electors cannot have been struck off the roll if notices are being sent out to them.

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