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Wednesday, 23 June 1915

Mr PATTEN (HUME, NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the PostmasterGeneral, upon notice -

Whether he will inform the House why it is necessary for the Postal Department to pay the Railway Commissioners of New South Wales £123,000 in 1915 for a curtailed railway mail service (many lines only running three days a week), whereas in 1913 the same Department paid only £121,811 for a full everydayintheweek service?

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