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Wednesday, 24 June 1914


Senator FINDLEY (VICTORIA) - In another place the Prime Minister was asked on Thursday last when it was expected that the Victorian, amongst other, rolls would be printed and ready for circulation, and he said it was anticipated that the Victorian rolls would be available within a month's time. That reply means, if it means anything, that the rolls for Victoria will be printed and ready for circulation about the 20th July next. Can the VicePresident of the Executive Council state what time will be available to enable people to get on the rolls between their publication and the date of the issue of the writs ? Further, can he say what is meant by the statement of the Prime Minister that the names of the persons objected to will be printed and open for inspection - what names are referred to? Are objections to be taken after the printing and circulation of the latest rolls, or are they to be in respect of names on the old rolls?







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