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Wednesday, 1 June 1904


Mr O'MALLEY (DARWIN, TASMANIA) asked the Postmaster-

General, upon notice -

Whether, in view of the fact that it takes six hours for the mail train to cover the journey of 110 miles between Launceston and Burnie, and consequently that the Stanley coach cannot leave till 4 p.m., he will urge the Tasmanian Government to shorten the time on the journey to four hours, and thus enable the coach to leave Burnie at 2 p.m., and arrive at Stanley at 7.30 p.m.?







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