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Wednesday, 27 July 1904


Mr MAUGER (MELBOURNE PORTS, VICTORIA) - Has the attention of the Postmaster-General been drawn to the remark of the Premier and of other members of the Victorian Parliament last night in regard to the administration of the Post Office? Is there any friction between the Commonwealth and State authorities, or any real ground for the unfortunate statements which were made? If there is reason for them, will the honorable gentleman endeavour to take such steps as will secure peace and good-will in the relations of the Commonwealth and the State?







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