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Thursday, 11 September 1913

Senator McCOLL - The answer is - The question of medical attendance for employes and their families in connexion with the Kalgoorlie-Port Augusta railway is being attended to in the Department. It is probable that the usual practice in connexion with the railway construction works, whereby a small deduction is made from each workman's wages, will be followed. The deductions will probably vary according to the remuneration received by the employe, but, generally speaking, should be about sixpence per week.

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