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Thursday, 7 December 1905


Senator CLEMONS - Arising out of that answer. I wish to ask the Minister if the Government will give an earlier intimation to the Senate, than to the public, first, as to the conditions of the tenders ; and, secondly, if it will be given before the close, of the session?


Senator KEATING - The PostmasterGeneral is doing all that he possibly can to have the matters referred to in the second part of the question attended to. I shall bring under his notice immediately, the desire of the Senate to be acquainted before the public with the terms and conditions to be set forth in the advertisement.


Senator Clemons - The Senate will not be informed if the information is not forthcoming during this session.


Senator KEATING - I shall bring under the notice of the Postmaster-General the desire which has been expressed by honor able senators to have this information furnished before the end of this session.







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