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Thursday, 8 September 1904

Sir LANGDON BONYTHON (BARKER, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister of Home Affairs, upon notice -

1.   What is the opinion of the Government in regard to the annual increases of civil servants who, under State Acts, were, prior to the Constitution Act, entitled as of course to annual increases until they reached the top of their repective classes?

2.   If the Government consider such servants to be so entitled, will they make provision on the Estimates for the payment of such increases during the current financial year?

3.   If the Government are of opinion that such servants are not so entitled to such increases, will they obtain the opinion of the law officers on. the matter and inform the House what such opinion

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