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Wednesday, 9 June 1915


Mr POYNTON (GREY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - Is the PostmasterGeneral aware that letters are still being sent out from his Department to the effect that there is to be a reduction of mail services and of subsidy? If so, is that policy to be continued ?


Mr SPENCE - I am not aware that such letters are being sent out; they do not go from the Central Office.


Mr Poynton - I saw one on Friday.


Mr SPENCE - In a number of cases, a reduction of mails was necessarily arranged for, and, as to these, some consideration will be given.


Mr Page - What relief will those people get if you stop part of their subsidy?


Mr SPENCE - They will get relief from the special appropriation.


Mr Page - When?


Mr SPENCE - Immediately.







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