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THE CENSUS INQUISITION.
PRIVACY OF QUESTIONS.
.MI^BOURNE, September 13.
Tho Minister of Homo \flairs tur.
O'Mjllev) lias decided that questions of a pntato natuia to bo put in connection with tue next ycai'B census mat be m s«eied in such\i \jv thal the informa- tion will not bo open to eollectois A sp°cial jhcet of tho censas pipei w 11 con tciu private questions, such is that re- lating to salar), and the citizen, alter filling in the answei ma) turn down tho page, and seal it. lhe only persons to whom tho infoimation will then be open will bo the confidential stan" of the
It is silted by the Commonwealth, ofhcc-6 ni charge ol the census that it is compulsory unon citirens to answer ali