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Tuesday, 30 September 1902


Sir WILLIAM LYNE - That amount will be attached to the office when it is filled permanently. The present occupant of the office is getting £225, but that is in consequence of his receiving a pension in New South Wales. After the Electoral Bill is passed, a permanent appointment must be made, when the whole sum of £450 will have- to be paid to the officer.


Mr Page - Why vote the whole sum on the Estimates if it is not being paid ?


Sir WILLIAM LYNE - Because he will be appointed almost directly.







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