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Details of the estimates of revenue of the Government of South Australia for the year ending
Bib ID 2267540
Format JournalJournal
Author
South Australia
 
Description Adelaide : Government Printer, 1961-1980 
volumes ; 33 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Report year ends June 30.

Life Dates 1962-1981 
Later Title

South Australia. Details of the estimates of receipts (recurrent and capital) of the Government of South Australia for the year ending

Former Title

South Australia. Details of the estimated revenue summary of estimated revenue and expenditure of the Government of South Australia for the year ending

Subjects Budget -- South Australia -- Periodicals.  |  Finance, Public -- South Australia -- Periodicals.  |  South Australia -- Appropriations and expenditures -- Periodicals.

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