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Wednesday, 9 March 1904

Sir PHILIP FYSH (DENISON, TASMANIA) (Postmaster-General) - The answers to the honorable member's questions are as follow -

1.   On inquiry, the Postmaster-General has now been informed that the additions to the Post-office building at Boulder, recently carried out at a cost of ^3,583, do not provide sufficient room in every respect. It is, however, reported that, if offices are established at Kamballie and Fimiston, with the exception of the receivingroom, there will, be sufficient accommodation for the business of the office.

2.   Inquiry will be at once made with a view to providing any increased space actually necessary.

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