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Thursday, 27 October 1904


Sir LANGDON BONYTHON (BARKER, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I wish to ask the Postmaster-General a question without notice. I am informed that c-.very mail brings from England a large quantity of printed matter, consisting of price-lists, market reports, and catalogues, much of which is refused by the addressees because of the charges made on it by the Postal Department. ' On what principle does the Department proceed in making these charges ?







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