Educating the Cabinet., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-05


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EDUCATING THE CABINET. The Hobart Tasmania correspondent of a Sydney paper says: "Mr. A. G. James, the minister for education", has been here and seen, studied and probably comoiered the working of the totalizator. He was a keenly-interested spectator of the auto matie bettor at a recent trotting meeting, and la-had all the workings fully explained to him. He was astounded at the ijuioknoss iiud accuracy exhibited in issuing and paying out and is said to have beea simply Staggered at seeing the dividends placed outside the totalizator house almost simultaneously witii the hoisting of the judges placings. Tii v do - iv the Hobart totalizator staff is easily the best and sm litest in Australasia, and I have no do:. hi Mr. James will not dispute this statement after having witnessed it at work. Your chief secretary. Mr. Fuller, is now at Hobart. and he. MO, i- !. have the working of the totalizator explained to him."

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