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Thursday, 25 June 1903

Sir EDMUND BARTON (HunterMinister for External Affairs) - I move -

That the House do now adjourn.

Last night the honorable member for Maranoa placed upon the notice-paper a question about the printing of the electoral rolls for Queensland. I have since obtained from the Minister for Home Affairs, who is unable to leave his room through illness, an answer to that question, which is in these words -

The Premier of Queensland having given his assurance that the whole of the work in connexion with the composition and printing of the Commonwealth rolls for Queensland will be carried out in the Government Printing-office, Brisbane, the order for that service will be placed with the Queensland Government forthwith, and some lists of electors grouped round polling places will be forwarded to the Government Printer during the next week.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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