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Tuesday, 24 May 1904

Sir JOHN FORREST (SWAN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - Is the statement in the Argus that' the specific cases cited by the Deputy Post- ' master-General of Victoria have been omitted from the papers an accurate one? If it is, I have no doubt that the Minister will be willing to supply them, because they cannot be very voluminous, and generally when a report is made there are several typewritten copies of it available. I would move for the production of all the papers, but that I do not think it necessary, since I do not suppose that the Postmaster-General has any desire to withhold information.

Mr MAHON - If I may further amplify my remarks, I may say that I shall have the greatest pleasure in having the whole of Colonel Outtrim's reply, in which these cases are cited, laid upon the table of the House, as an addendum to the papers already produced.

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