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Thursday, 21 June 1906

Mr TUDOR (Yarra) .- When last year's Estimates were under discussion, I pointed out that the amount set down for the payment of increments to certain postal officials in Victoria would be insufficient to meet the whole of the claims, and I have been informed since that less than one-half of those entitled to increments have received them. These increments were for officers receiving over £160 a year, the greatest percentage of those who have not been paid being in the fourth class. I have risen to ask the Treasurer to see that, in regard to future payments, all officers will be treated alike, so that none may be called upon to suffer any particular injustice, and no anomalies shall be treated

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