Complaint was made in the House of Representatives yesterday of the quality of the envelopes used for the cir^ culation of official documents and cor-< respondence between Department and in the .House..
Mr. V. H. Potter (Boskill) said that the paper used was so thin that the nature of the contents could often be detected, and he urged the Minister to have envelopes supplied that ensured secrecy. j
The Minister in Charge of the Government Printing Office (the'Hori. G J: Anderson) said he would' be "glid to issue instructions for envelopes of better quality to be used.
Another speaker complained that through lack of scribbling pads members were obliged to make notes on envelopes, and the Minister promised to see what he could do to supply that want.
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TRANSPARENT ENVELOPES., Evening Post, Volume CVI, Issue 32, 7 August 1923
TRANSPARENT ENVELOPES. Evening Post, Volume CVI, Issue 32, 7 August 1923
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