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Wednesday, 14 October 1914

Senator GARDINER - The answers are -

When the railway was opened between Tocumwal and Finley, the train service was used for the conveyance of mails, and this resulted in an earlier delivery of the Sydney mails to Tocumwal, but rendered it necessary to hold the Melbourne mails for Finley at Tocumwal overnight. Arrangements have, however, since been made for a mail service by road between Tocumwal and Finley, in addition to the services by rail, and, under this arrangement, it will not be necessary for the Melbourne mails for Finley to remain at Tocumwal overnight.

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