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Wednesday, 3 July 1901
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Senator Sir FREDERICK SARGOOD (Victoria) - I had an amendment to move to the effect mentioned by Senator Pulsford, but on looking at the clause more closely I think this is a power that we must leave to the Postmaster-General.

Paragraph agreed to.

Paragraphs (f) to (k) agreed to.

Paragraph (I) -

Prescribing the persons by or through whom and the places where and the times when and the manner and form in which money orders shall be issued, and the persons in favour of whom and the places where and the time when and the manner and form in which money orders shall be paid and the length of time after which they shall become void and the mode of forwarding messages or advices of transmitting moneys and of managing credits accounts and other matters and things necessary to be forwarded transmitted or managed in reference to money orders whereby the public may be enabled promptly and safely to remit small sums of money through the department.







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