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No 36, 14 April 1927 - Federal Register of Legislation
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THURSDAY, 14TH A gRII,.
[1927.
Industrial Peace Acts 1920.
ENGINEERS (COAL INDUSTRY) SPECIAL TRIBUNAL.
N the matter of the Industrial Peace Acts 1920 and in the
JT matter of an industrial dispute between The Amalgamated
Engineering Union (claimants) and The Abermain Colliery
Company Limited and others (respondents), I, Charles Hibble,
Chairman of the Engineers (Coal Industry) Special Tribunal,
constituted under the Industrial Peace Acts 1920, for and on
behalf of the said tribunal, do hereby award, order, and prescribe that the terms and conditions of employment applicable
to the members of the claimant union employed by any of the
respondents set out in the schedule hereto shall be as fol-
6. Working on After Knock -off Time.
When an employee is required to work on after his usual
knock -off time, provision shall be made to supply him with a
meal every four (4) hours, or time allowed him to obtain
AWARD.
When an employee is re-called to work after leaving the
premises of the employer, he hail be paid as for four hours'
work at the least.
lows
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1. Repeal.
The award of the Engineers (Coal Industry) Special Tribunal
of the 3rd December, 1921, as published in the Com.monwealih
of Australia Gazette, No. 95, of the 15th December, 1921, and
the award of the said tribunal of the 19th May, 1925, as published in the Commonwealth of Australia. Gazette, No. 44, of
the 28th May, 1925, are hereby repealed, and the following
rates, terms, and conditions awarded in lieu thereof
2. Hours.
(a) For all Employees other than Shift Engineers.-Fortythree (43) hours, exclusive of meal time, shall constitute a full
week's work, to be worked between the hours of 7 a.m. and
4.30 p.m. on Monday to Friday, inclusive, and 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
on Saturday. Where more shifts than one are worked the
starting time shall remain as at present. One half hour shall
be allowed for meals, which shall commence not earlier than
31 hours or later than 4¡ hours from the time each employee
commences work on his shift.
(b) Sundays and Holidays. -Six (6) hours on Sundays and
holidays shall constitute a full working shift, and for all time
of duty on such days payment shall be made at the rate of
time and a half.
(c) Shift Engineers. -Shift engineers shall continue to worlc
their present hours except that on Saturdays, Sundays, and
holidays six hours shall constitute a full working shift for such
employees. For all time of duty on Sundays and holidays shift
engineers shall be paid at the rate of time and a half.
3. Rates of Pay.
(Nos. -The claim in regard to wages has not been conceded, with the exception that electric wiremen at the State
Coal Mine at Wonthaggi, Victoria, shall now be entitled to
be paid the same rate per shift as pumpers employed at that
mine.)
4. Shift Work:
Employees working afternoon or night shift shall be paid
71 per cent. increase on the day shift rate.
5. Overtime.
(a) All time worked outside the hours prescribed herein
shall be deemed overtime and shall be paid for at the rate of
time and a quarter for the first two hours and tiMe and a half
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thereafter.
(b)
basis.
In compiling overtime it shall be on a daily or shift
0.5337. -No. 36.
Psrc SD.; Quarterly, 7s. 7d.; Half Yearly,
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7. Readiness for Call to Work.
When an employee is required to hold himself in readiness
for a call to work after his ordinary working hours, and he is
not so called at the time stated, or has not received prior
notice of cancellation, he shall be paid at ordinary rates for
the time he is holding himself in readiness to be so called.
8. Re- called to Work.
9. Work During Meal Time.
When an employee is required to work during his usual meal
time, and for a period of not less than one hour afterwards,
he shall be paid at overtime rates from the commencement of
his usual meal time until he is permitted to take his meal.
10. Underground Work.
Men engaged in underground work at any time for
five (5) hours at least shall be paid 1s. per day above their
ordinary rates up to a maximum of eight (8) hours, after
which they shall be entitled to another ls. for each additional
eight (8) hours or part thereof.
(b) Eight hours shall constitute a day's work for all underground employees, and is to include 30 minutes for a meal.
(c) Should an employee be engaged underground for four
hours he shall be entitled to the meal time as in sub - clause (b)
as if he were underground for eight (8) hours.
(d) When called upon to work underground in wet places
employees shall be paid an additional is. bid. per shift.
(e) The provisions of these sub -clauses apply only to employees called from the shop to do jobs underground and not
to employees continuously working underground.
(f) These sub -clauses shall apply to apprentices.
(a)
11. Cartage of Tools.
Where the weight of the necessary tools required for jobs
outside the shop is such that they cannot reasonably be carried
by the employees, the management shall make provision to
have such tools conveyed to and from the job.
12. Holidays.
The days to be regarded as public holidays within the meaning of this award shall be those applying in the industry .in
the different States or districts of a State immediately prior
to the date of this award.
13. Mixed Duties.
Where the employment or work involves functions of a
mixed character, the minimum wage to be-paid to the employee
shall be calculated as if he performed such only of 'the said
functions as involved the highest rate of Wages under this
award.
16s. 2d.; Yearly, 30s. 4d.
To.
36.- 14th April,
1921
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14. Leading Hands.
Employees put in charge of other bands .shall, in addition
to their journeymen's rates, be paid as follows
Not less than three hands s. per day.
Over three and up to ten hands -1s. 6d. per-day.
Over ten hands=-2s. per day.
For the 'purpose of this clause an apprentice shall be con sidered -a "hand."
15.. Grinding Work.
Employees doing grinding Work shall, when engaged thereon,
be .supplied` with mica. or other satisfactory goggles, and,
when necessary, a suitable mask.
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16. Dirt Money.
Dirt money at the rate of ls. 6d. per day shall be paid to
-all. employees whilst engaged: in stripping and replacing gear
wheels of pumps and haulages which are covered with oil. or
.::grease= -also stripping, repairing, and. replacing sprocket wheel
of creeper chains, and for .work on creeper chains, screens, and
coal conveyors whilst in position, and which, are covered with
_oil or grease, and for work done inside crank case _engines, and
generally for all work of a similar nature. where the parts are
covered with oil or grease.
17. Hot Work.
Should an employee be required to perform work in any
'place where the shade temperature is raised by .artificial. means
ío..11.5 degrees' Fahr., or more, he shall be paid is. 6d. per
hóur in addition to his. ordinary rates.
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Apprentices.
The rates, terms, and conditions relative to apprentic: s
to engineering fitting, turning, blacksmithing, and electrical
fitting in the industry (except insofar as they may have been
altered hereby), are to remain the same as those in force immediately prior to this award.
18.
19. Customs, &c.
All existing rates, customs, working conditions, &c., not
expressly altered by this award or not in conflict with it, are
to remain in force.
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20. Rates or Conditions Above that Áwaoded.
Nothing in this award shall affect any employee at present
in receipt of better rates or conditions than are provided
herein
is to say, no employee so situated shall have bis
pay or conditions reduced merely as a- consequence of this
award.
21. Commencement and Duration. of Award.
This award shall operate on and from the 11th day of
April, 1927, and shall continue in force for a period of three
years.
For and on behalf of the Engineers (Coal Industry) Special
that
Tribunal.
Commonwealth Gazette
756
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CHARLES HIBBLE, Chairman.
Dated at Sydney, in the State of New Soutar Wales, this
31st day of March, 1927.
SCHEDULE.
Abermain Colliery Company Limited, 4 O'Connell- street,
Sydney.
Ashford Coal Company Limited, Otlhe- street, Tnvereìl.
Australian Agricuiturel Co., Newcastle.
Australian Coal Supply Company Limited, The Crescent,
Annandale.
Avondale Coal Syndicate, Challis House, Sydney.
Ayrfield Coal Co., Aberdare Junction.
Balgownie Colliery Co. Ltd., 4 O'Connell- street, Sydney.
Bellambi Coal. Co. Ltd., 16 Spring -street, Sydney.
Brown, J. and A., 4 O'Connell-street, Sydney.
Bulli Colliery, 38 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Belli Colliery and Coal Works Ltd., 253 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Burwood Extended, 60A Pitt-street, Sydney.
Caledonian Collieries Ltd. (Howard Smith, agents), Wattstreet, Newcastle.
Commonwealth Oil Corporation Limited, 375 George- street,
Sydney.:
Carlo's Gap Collieries, 60 Castlereagh- street, Sydney.
Coal .Cliff. Collieries Limited, 82 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Coal Limited, f4 Martin -place, Sydney.
Co- operative Colliery (Wallsend), .7 O'Connell- street, Sydney.
Corrimal. Balgownie Collieries Limited, 6 Bridge- street,
Sydney.
Curlewis Coal Company, Curlewi+is.
Dudley Coal. Company Limited, Watt-street, Newcastle.
Dudley Land and Coal Co. Ltd., Scott-street, Newcastle.
East Greta Coal Mining Co. Ltd., Bond-street, Newcastle.
Excelsior Colliery Limited. 63 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Federal Coke Co. Ltd.; 109 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Fell,. John, :& Co., 119 George-street, Sydney.
Great. Western .Coal Mining Co. Ltd., P.O Chambers, Pitt..
street, Sydney.
Greta Main Colliery .Co., Cessnock.
Gloucester Coal Mining Co. Ltd.., Gloucester, N.S.W.
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Gunnedah Colliery- Co. Ltd., Gunnedab.
Glenayr. Coal .Co., Aberdare. Junction.
Hebburn Limited, 261 George -street, Sydney.
Hetton Coal Co. Ltd., 56 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Hoskins, -G. & C. Ltd., Equitable Buildings, 339 -George street, Sydney.
Hoskins Coal and Coke Company, Lithgow.
Illawaira` Coke. Co. Ltd., 4 Bridge -street, Sydney.
Invicta Colliery Co., 18 Bridge -street, Sydney.
Invincible Colliery Limited (Howard, Smith, agents), 350
George= street, .Sydney,
Eembla Extended Colliery Co., Wollongong.
Kandos, The Coal Mine, Sa.ndos.
'Laidley, Wm., Ltd., 7 O'Connell- street, Sydney.
Lithgow Coal Association, 3 Spring- street, Sydney.
Lithgow Valley Colliery Limited, 90 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Lymington Collieries Ltd., 4 Bridge- street, Sydney.
Main Range Collieries & Estates Ltd., 107 Pitt-street,
Sydney.
Metropolitan Coal Co. of Sydney Ltd., 107 Pitt -street,
Sydney.
Metropolitan (Helensburgh) Colliery, 38 Pitt- street, Sydney.
.Morrisset Colliery Limited, 8 Loftus-street, Sydney.
Mount Keira (Osborne. Wallsend) Colliery, 38 Pitt- street,
Sydney.
Mount Seim Colliery, 78 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Mount Kembla Collieries Limited, 8 Pitt- street. Sydney.
Mount Pleasant Coal & Iron Mining Co. Ltd., 38 Pitt-street,
Sydney.
Mount Pleasant Colliery, 38 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Muswellbrook Colliery, Muswellbrook.
Neath Colliery, 2 'Hunter-street, Sydney.
Newcastle Belmont Collieries Ltd., 94 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Newcastle Coal Mining Co. Ltd., Scott-street, Newcastle.
Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company, 8 Spring- street, Sydney.
N.S.W. Cement Lime and Coal Company, 33 -39 Hunter street, Sydney.
N.S.W. Charcoal Company Ltd., 58 Pitt-street, Sydney.
North Belli Colliery Limited, 4 O'Connell- street, Sydney.
North Belli Coal and Iron Company limited, Australasian
Chambers, Martin -place, Sydney.
Northern- Extended Colliery, Muswellbreok.
North Waratah Colliery Co. Ltd., 78 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Northern Collieries Association, Kembla House, Sydney.
Oakey Park Coal Mining & Coke Co. Ltd., 83 Pitt -street,
Sydney.
Pacific Coal Co. Ltd., 58 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Portland Cement Company & S. Coal Mine, 4 O'Connell
street, Sydney.
Rhondda Colliery (Teralba). 7 O'Connell -street, Sydney.
Rosedale Colliery, Caswell.
Shortland Colliery, Adamstown.
Saywell's Collieries Limited, 89 Pitt- street. Sydney.
Scottish Australian Mining Co. Ltd., Phillip-street, Sydney.
Sealaam Colliery Co.. Ltd:, 4 O'Connell- street, Sydney.
South Clifton Coal Mining Co. Ltd., 89 Pitt- street, Sydney.
South Greta Colliery No Liability, 109 Pitt -street, Sydney.
Southern Coal Owners A ssociation, 63 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Stockton Borehole Collieries Ltd., 16 O'Connell- street,
Sydney.
Sydney Coal Co.. Ltd., 63 Pitt- street, Sydney.
Sydney Harbour Colliery Limited, 6 Bridge-street, Sydney.
Saint Heliers Colliery, Musweilbrook.
South Kembla Colliery, Woolongong.
Vale of Chwydd Coal Mining & Brick Cu. Ltd., 14 Martin .
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Wallarah Coal Company Limited, 3 Spring- street, Sydney..
Western Coal Owners Association (J: S. Bragg, secretary),
Sydney.
VWickham & Bullock Island Coal Co. Ltd., 2 Hunter-street,
Sydney.
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West Greta Colliery, West Maitland.
Queensland Respondents.
Aberdare Collieries Limited. Brisbane.
Acland .Collieries Limited, Toowoomba.
Bal;owan Colliery Limited, Ipswich.
Balmoral Colliery, :Blackwater.
Blackheath Collieries;- Brisbane.
Blair Athol Coal and Timber. Co. Ltd.. Rockhampton.
Bluff Colliery, Central Queensland. Railway.
Bonny Dundee Co. Ltd., Brisbane.
Bowen Consolidated Coal Co. Ltd., Bowen.
Bruce, J. M., Rosewood:
Burgowan Company Limited, Tcirbanlea.
Caledonian Collieries Limited, Brisbane:
elarefield Colliery, .Thagoona.
Clyde Bank Colliery -Co. .Ltd., Ipswich.
-Co-operative Colliery, Blair Athol.
Dundee Colliery Limited, Howard.
Fraser's Colliery, Blaekwater.
Glencoe Company .Limited, Rosewood.
Hetherinton & Rylanee, Brisbane.
Kiondyke" Collieries Limited; Ipswich.
T,owfeld Colliery, Rosewood..
McQueen,' W., & Company Limited, BuiLdani-ha.
Minister. for Mines, The: Brisbane.
Moggill. Colliery, Moggill,
Mountain Ash Colliery, Marburg.
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Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co. Ltd., Mount Morgan.
New Aberdare Collieries Limited, Bundamba.
Newcastle Colliery Limited, Brisbane.
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Noble, H. C., Brisbane.
Old Aberdare Colliery Limited, Blackstone.
Palmers Aberdare Colliery, Bundamba.
Queensland Colliery Company Limited, Howard.
Queensland Colliery Proprietors Council, Brisbane.
Redbank Collieries Limited, Brisbane.
Rhondda Colliery Limited, Brisbane.
Stafford Brothers, Dininore.
Sugarloaf Colliery, Toowoomba.
Tannymorél Company' Limited, Tannymorel.
Torbanlea Colliery Limited, Torbanlea.
West Vale Colliery Limited, Ipswich.
Willaroo Colliery, Bellgowan.
Wright, J ., & Company, North Ipswich.
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Motor Traffic Ordinance '1926.
THE TERRITORY FOR THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT.
THE 'Federal Capital Commission, pursuant to the powers
cönferred upon it by section 73 of the Motor Traffic
Ordinance 1926, hereby prohibits the parking of motor vehicles
on the roads adjoining section 21 at Eastlake, in the Territory
for the Seat of Government' (as delineated on sub- divisional
plan nimber three, in the office of the Commission in the said
Territory),. shown by hachure on the-plan hereunder.
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No.
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Victorian Respondents.
Austral Mine, Korumburra.
Cardiff Mine, Korumburra.
Jumbunna Coal Mine, Melbourne.
Melbourne -and Altona Colliery Co. (Altona Beach -Estates
Ltd.), Melbourne.
Mount Pleasant Mine, Outtrim.
Outtrim, .Hewitt, & British Consolidated Coal Co., Mel.bourne..
Powlett -North Woolamai Collieries Co. N.L., Melbourne.
Sunbeam Mine, Korumburra.
Victorian Railways Commissioners, The, Melbourne.
Wynnes' Mine, Korumburra.
Tasmanian Respondents.
Cornwall Coal Mining Co., Cornwall..
Fingal Coal Prospecting Syndicate, Fingal.
Jubilee. Coal Mining -Co., St. Mary's.
Mount Nicholas Coal Co. Proprietary Ltd., Mount Nicholas.
Seymour Coal Proprietary Ltd., Seymour.
York Plains Coal Mine, York Plains.
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Nothing in this prohibition shall prevent the parking of
motor .vehicles for any period not exceeding'Ahirty minuted-in
any portion of such areas in the said roads as are shown by
cross hachured on the plan hereunder.
Dated this eighth day of April, One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-seven.
The common seal of the Federal Capital Commission was
(L. s) . hereto duly affixed in the presenco of
C. S. DALEY, Secretary Federal Capital Commission.
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SHE -TERRITORY" FOÉ THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT.
N pursuance, of the S'toçAç, ©rdinarra
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Brand.
Address (including Post Town).
Name or explanation.
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Harman, S.C.
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Block" No. 27, Wodén, Queanbeyan
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Block No. 15, Stromlo, Queanbeyan
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BE,AOKENREG, Director of Stook.
THE TERRITORY FOR THE SEAT OF
GOVERNMENT.
FEDERAL CAPITAL COMi1ßISSION..
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REGULATIONS UNDER THE BUILDING AND SERVICES
ORDINANCE 19244925.
11011 TJRSUANP to the powers conferred upon it by the Building and
Services Ordinance 1924-1925, the Federal Capital Oòmmigsion,
appointed under the Seat of Government (Administration) .Act 1924
1926, hereby makes the following Regulation, to come into operation
forthwith.
Dated this second day. of April, 1927.The common seal of the Federal Capital Commission was hereunto
duly affixed in the presence o1-.-C. S. DALEY, Secretary.
(L.s.)
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AMENDMENT OF CANBERRA BUILDING iIEGULATIONS.
1. Regiulation 3 of the Canberra Building Regulations is amended-(a)" by ;omitting the -words ``:the: City Area " ; and
(b) by adding at the ;end thereof the following sub-regí
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(2) ,In the applièatio#; flf these 'ReguiatiOns outside
the\iqty Arëa, the Federal -poitai Cómm.is.the R.egúlasion -paay, In any case
tiens 7410 Appik.
ac1aptations as the Federal Capital Commission thinks fit,
and the Regulations shall
thereupon apply in that case accordingly."
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Regulation 48 of the Canberra Building Regulations is amended
by inserting in sub-regulation (2) after the word " Bathrooms ." the
words " and. water -closets."
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Commonwealth Gazette
759
CUSTOMS BY-LAWS..
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HERBERT EDWARD PRATTEN, 1VMInister of State for the
, Commonwealth of Australia administering the Department
of Trade and Customs, do hereby, in pursuance of the Customs
Tariff 1921 -1926 and of all other enabling powers, make the
following Departmental By-laws.
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister. for Trade and Customs.
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MACHINES, MACHINE TOOLS, AND APPLIANCES FOR IISE IN
Co r nxiON THEniwt"i'.i..
Customs Tariff 1921 -1926, Item 174.
The machines, machine tools, and appliances for use in connexion therewith, and parts thereof, enumerated hereunder (but
not the motive power, engine combinations, or power con nexions, if any, when not integral parts of the machines or
machine tools) may be admitted under Tariff Item 174, viz.:BY -LAW No. 91.
Item 174.
Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:Cleaning machines for Hog and Sheep Casings. (Operating on 29th December, 1926, and 13th January, 1927,
only.)
(T.D. 27/149.)
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BY-LAW No. 92.
Item 174.
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BY-LAW No. 93.
Item 174.
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Metal -working machines and appliances, viz.:
Plant for use in the production Of Wire Netting, viz.:
Automatic Wire Netting Machines, for manufacture of
hexagonal wire netting, and accessories therefor.
Spiral or Spring Machines, including coiling rods and
wheels.
Winding or Spooling Machines, without spools.
Selvedge Machine, without spools.
Galvanizing Plant.
(Operating on 21st October, 1926, only.) (T.D. 27/160.)
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Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:
Mills, paint, patent silent quadrant triple roller. (Operating on 16th July, 1926, and 8th February, 1927, only.)
(T.D. 27/152. )
103.
(T.D. 27/179.)
BY-LAW N©: 105.
Item 174.
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Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:
Siren, electric. (Operating on 7th December, 1926, only.)
(T.D. 27/177.)
BY -LAW Nó. 106.
Item 174.
Miscellaneous Machines and appliances; viz. t-. '
Hoists, pneumatic, turbinair. ( Operating on 20th and 28th
July, 1926, only.) (T.D. "271173.)
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No. 108.
Item 174.
BY-LAW
Cocoa and confectionery machines and appliances,
Refining machine, chocolate, fitted with five chilled iron
rolls. (Operating on 19th November, 1926, only.) .(T.D.
BY -LAW No. 113.
Item 174.
Electrical machines and appliances,
Motors, traction, 40 h.p., and resistances therefor. for el'eetrie tramcars. (Operating on 27th',January, 1927, and
9th February, 1927, only.) (T.D. 27/175.)
BY -LAW No, 114:
Item .174.
Rubber -working machines, vii.:- - Calendar machine,: 24-inch: -x 68 -inch; 4 -roll, vertical.
(Operating on 1st March, 1927, only.) (T,D. 217/202:)
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BY -LAW No. 115.
Item 174.
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Wood -working machines and appliances (not including
extra
knives), viz.:
Planing. moulding. and matching machines. 15 -inch x
5- inch., 5- cutter. (Qperati.ng on 6th and 429th Jaan11ary,
1927, only.)
Planing, moulding, and matching machine, 15 -inch x
6-inch. 6- cutter. (Operating on 21st October, 1926, only.)
(T.D.'s 27/200 and 27/263.),
BY-LAW No. 116.
BY -LAW No. 97.
Item 174.
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Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:
Grinding mills. fiat disc. gyratory.
(Operating on 7th
February, 1927, only.) (T.D. 27/151.)
BY -LAW No. 99.
Item 174.
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Electrical machines and appliances, viz.:
Motor, auto -synchronous, 90 b.h.p.
(Operating on 29th
November, 1926, only.)
(T.D. 27/153.)
BY-LAW No 100.
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174.
Metal -working machines and -appliances, viz.:
Welding sets, Arc, D.C. (Operating on 5th August, 1926,
only.) (T.D. 27/159.)
BY -LAW No. 101.
Item 174.
Item 174.
Metal-working machines and appliances, viz.;
Press, extrusion, hydraulic, and dies and cores for use
therewith. for the manufacture, Of Lead Pipes. (Operating on -24th February, 1927, only.) (T.D. 27/201.)
BY-2Áw No. 118.
Item 174.
BY -LAW No 102.
Item 174.
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Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:
Perforators for preparing tape for telegraph purposes, and
automatic Morse Code Transmitters for use therewith
(Operating on and from 28th Septemlíer, OM, and eras
ing to operate on 23rd November, 1926.) (T.D. 27/199.)
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BY -LAW NO. 120.
Item 174.
Mcta,l-workitig machines and appliahces, viz. :=
Welding ,eqUipinent,.arc, electric. D.C. (Operating on 27th
October, 1926, only. ) ( T.D. 27/203. )
BY-LAW
Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:- Washer, gas, centrifugal, vertical.
(Operating on 13th
January, 1927, only.). (T.D. 27/158.)
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Item .174.
Miscellaneous machines and appliances, viz.:
ei tting machine, cake.
icing machine, cake.
( Operating on 5th October, 1926, only.)
(T.D.'s27/194 and
27/195.)
BY-LAW No. 117.
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No. 121.
Item
Electrical machines and applianes. viz. eMotors, synchronous, 3501.p-., self- starting, open protected
type. (Operating on 7th and 21st January, 1927, only.)
(T.D. 27/197.)
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Electrical machines and appliances, viz.:
Motor, auto -synchronous, 200 h.p., with direct coupled
"exciter. (Operating on 29th July, 1926, only.)
Motors, auto -synchronous, 500 h.p.
(Operating on 17th
and 26th March,, 1926, and 16th August, 1026, only.)
(T.13. 27/174.)
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BY -LAW No. 96.
Item 174.
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Item ,174.
Miscellaneous mathines and appliances, ,viz. ,--.
Washing.machines, bottle; equipped :with..brnebes for: leaning the bottles both internally And, éxternally._ ;1Operaatint on .18th August, .1926; and 3rd December, 1926, only.)
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Electrical machines and appliances. viz.:
Turbo-Generating Plant. 12,500 K.W., not including Turbine. (Operating on the following dates only: -23rd December, 1925; 25th January, 1926; 5th, 8th, 15th, and
26th February, 1926; 11th and 22nd March, 1926; 8th,
15th, 19th, 20th, and 27th April, 1926; 4th May, 1926;
2nd, 10th. and 29th June, 1926; and 1st July, 1926.)
(T.D. 27/157.)
Item
moo.
88. = .4th
27/171.)
Electrical machines and appliances; viz.:
Alternator, 75 K.V.A., and Exciter for use therewith.
(Operating on 12th April, 1922, only.) (T.D. 27/146.)
BY -LAW No. 94.
Item 174.
1,1'6.
BY-LAW No. 122.
Item 174.
-
Electrical machines and appliances, viz.:
Locomotives, at rwe battery, and one set of batteries for
each locomotive Mien such batteries are £.imported :with
the locomotive. (Operating on bhc1hotu tOt ?Ann"
1927.) (T.D. 27/196.)
.
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Nv: 16.--1,4th" Aprii, 1927
760
BYLiw .No. 129.
Item :.174.
Electrical machines and appliances, viz.:1ontrolling apparatus for controlling the speed of sewing
Machines ,by-means of a fast and loose pulley, belt shift .ing and brake gear, and framework for attaching same
to electric motors not exceeding h.p. (Operating on
and from 2nd February, 1927.) (T.D. 27/210.)
-
.
:
Tramcars.
-
Item 404.
Brake equipments, air, with
the exception of air gauges,
motormen's brake valves,
emergency valves, airbráke
cylinders, strainers,
drain cocks, cut -out
cocks, and safety valves, for
manufacture or repair.
Motors, Traction, and Control equipments, for manu-
Electrical machines and appliances, viz.
Coolers, air, and spare parts therefor, for use with 18,750
k.w. turbo alternators. (-Operating on 7th September,
(T.D. 27/2110)
1926, and 5th October, 1926, only.)
.
BY -LAW No. 131.
Item 174.
-
Moulding machines for manufacturing sugar whistles.
(T.D.
(Operating on and from 2nd February, 1927.)
27/217.)
facture or repair.
(Operating on 27th October, 1926; 18th November, 1926; 7th
and 18th December, 1926, 4th January, 1927, and 2nd March,
1927, only.)
(T.D.'s 27/206 and 27/198.)
BY-LAW
Customs Tariff 1921 -1926, Item 404.
MATERIALS AND MINOR ARTICLES FOR USE IN THE MANUFACTURE
OF GOODS WITHIN THE COMMONWEALTH.
The materials and minor articles shown in the second column
of the table hereunder may be admitted under Tariff Item
404 for use in the manufacture within the Commonwealth of
the articles shown respectively opposite such materials or
minor articles in the first column of the table.
As to all the goods shown in the second column, the qualification, unless otherwise expressly stated, applies that they
must not be partly or wholly of gold or silver, but, unless the
contrary is specially stated, goods merely gold plated or silver
.
plated are not excluded:
-
Item 404.
Iron and steel, viz.:
Angles, It inch x 4- inch x
inch, having square root
and toes, under security.
Bars, No. 7 gauge (B.G.) x
2i inches, under security.
(Operating on and from 10th February, 1927.) (T.D.'s
27/192 and 27/193.)
.
BY-LAW No. 124.
Item 404.
.
Vehicles, viz.:
Rail Cars.
No. 123.
Hinges, motor car door.
-
Second Column.
First Column.
Goods in the manufacture of Materials or Minor. Articles
to be admitted under these
which the Materials or
By-laws.
Minor Articles are to be
used.
.
By-LAW No. 119.
Item 174.
Cocoa and confectionery machines and appliances, viz.:
,
.
used:.
Vehicles, viz.:
No. 130.
BY-LAW
Second Column.
First Column
Goods in the Manufacture of Materials or Minor Articles
to be Admitted under these
which the Materials or
..
By-laws.
Minor Articles are to be
Corks having a moulded com- Composition, moulding, under
position top.
security.
(Operating on and from 17th September, 1926.)
(T.D.
27/187).
.
-
Br-LAW No.
90.
BY-LAW
Item 404.
[-
Brake equipment, electropneumatic,
parts of,
viz.:-
Resistances with C.I. Box.
Combined Holding Magnets
and Interlock Switches.
Interlocked Magnets.
Combined Application Valves
and Relay Valves.
Jumper coupling Flexibles.
(Operating on "11th February, 1925, only.) (T.D. 27/163.)
elled.
(Operating on and from 2nd February, 1927.)
(T.D.
27/188.)
BY -LAW No. 126.
Item 404.
Fittings, metal, pinch bar,
being the bottom fixture of
tramway roller blinds.
(Operating on and from 2nd February, 1927.)
(T.D.
Vehicles.
27/191.)
BY -LAW No. 98.
Item 404.
Tubing, brass, solid drawn, in
irregular shapes ( i.e., other
than round and square) ,
under security.
(Operating on 17th February, 1927, only.) (T.D. 27/162.)
By-LAW
No. 125.
Item 404.
Leathers, japanned or enam- Butyl Alcohol.
No. 107.
BY -LAW No. 127.
Item 404.
Electrical apparatus and appliances, viz.:
Collectors, bow, for tram- Sections, aluminium, bow con cars and railcars.
tact.
(Operating on and from 12th March, 1926.) (T.D. 27/186.)
-
Item 404.
Screens, Cage (Sewerage) .
Angles, delta metal, 3 inches
x 3 inches x inch, under
security.
(Operating on 13th August, 1926, only.) (T.D. 27/167.)
BY -LAW No. 128.
.
..
Item 404.
Powders, face.
Osmo-Kaolin, under security.
(T.D. 27/204.i
(Operating on and from 30th June, 1926.)
BY-LAW
Máchines, viz::' Turbines, skim.
No. 109.
BY -LAW No. 132.
Item 404.
-
Turbines, steam, parts of,
viz. :
Stoppers.
Carbon glands and springs.
Flexible couplings:
,
71F; for manufacture or repair.
(Operating on :10th September; =1926, and 10th December,
1926 only.),.: (T.D. 27/178.)
:
Item 404.
Electrical apparatus and appliances, viz.:
All kinds of.
Switches, single and double
pole " on " and " off," and
two and three heat rotary
snap.
(Operating on and from 18th October, 19262) -(T.D. 27/213.)
-
Commonwealth Gazette
Customs Tariff 1921 -192ß.
IIIY-LAW
Item 415A (1) .
MANUFACTURES IMPORTED FOR USIA: IN THE, DEVELOPMENT Or AN
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY OR OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES OF
AUSTRALIA, OR FOR USE IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS OR PUBLIC
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, OR FOR U;SE BY PUBLIC UTILI
'ITIES ESTABLISHED UNDER COMMONWEALTH OR STATE LAW
AND NOT CONDUCTED FOR PRIVATE GAIN.
The following manufactures, being of a class or kind not
commercially manufactured in Australia or the United
Kingdom, may he admitted under Tariff Item 415A (1), viz.: -.
No. 111.
BY-LAW
-
Item 415A
(
No.
.:-
No. 112.
Item. 415A (2).
Miscellaneous, viz_
Gasifying and Bottling machine (so called), for. use in
the production of cider. (Operating on 14th February,
1927, only.)
(T.D. 27/172.)
-
BY-LAW
-
Item
No -134.
415A (2).
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Liners, cotton, from 36 inches to 72 inches wide, and in
lengths of not less than '.100 yards, specially processed
for use on rubber working machines, under security.
(Operating on and from 23rd July, 1926.)
(T.D.
27/221.)
..
.
).
1
Miscellaneous viz.:
Lighting equipment, high intensity, for use in connexion
with Motion Picture Production.
(Operating on 10th
February, 1927, only.)
(T.D. :17/169.)
BY -LAW
4th A-prü, 1921
No.
'761
1.33.
Item 415A (1).
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Psychological apparatus for use in the education of mentally defective children, consisting of--
-
Casuist test.
Construction puzzle " A."
Construction puzzle " B."
Diagonal test.
Feature profile test.
Knox's imbecile test.
Picture completion test.
Picture form board.
BY-LAW No. 135.
Item 41.5A (2) .
Miscellaneous, viz. :__
1lulch paper for use in the pineapple growing industry,
under security. (Operating on and from 22nd January,
T927.)
(T.D. 27/220.)
Miscellaneous, viz.:
BY-LAW Nó. 136.
Item 415A (2) .
-
Paper, coated with a flexible gelatinous preparation, for
the manufacture of stencils used by monumental
masons, under security.
(Operating on and from 5th
August, 1.926.)
(T.D. 27/219.)
No. 137.
Item 415A (2) .
Electrical apparatus and. appliances, viz.:Testing apparatus for detecting faulty insulators on high
and from
( Operating on
voltage transmission lines.
(Ti). 27/214.)
4th March, 1927.)
Br-LAW
Puzzle board, Gluek's.
Smedley's dynamometer.
Vineland- Sequin form hoard
(Operating on and from 15th January, 1927.)
27/224.)
.
(T.D.
Customs Tariff 1921 -1926, Item 415A (2).
MANUFACTURES IMPORTED FOR USE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY OR OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES 15F
AUSTRALIA, OR FOR USE IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS OR PUBLIC
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, OR FOR USE BY PUBLIC UTILITIES ESTABLISHED UNDER. COMMONWEALTH OR STATE LAW
ANI) NOT CONDUCTED FOR PRIVATE GAIN.
The following manufactures being of a class or kind not
commercially manufactured in Australia and not being
admissible under Tariff Items 174, 219, 404, or 415A (1), may
be admitted under Tariff Item 415A (2), viz.:
-
BY -LAW No. 89.
Item 415A (2) .
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Furnace, Melting, double chamber, rotary, oil fired. (Operating on 2nd July, 1926, only.) (T.D. 27/145.)
-
BY-LAW No. 95.
-
Item 415A (2).
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Boiler, steam, gas- fired. (Operating on
(T.D. 27/147.)
1927, only.)
2511!
J.nnusr,y,
Customs Act 1901 -1925, Section 139.
SUBSTITUTE NOTICE No. 5.
HEREAS I am of the opinion :th t Cotton Felt is a sub.
stitute for Wool Felt, or is intended to be or can be
used as such substitute, or for any purpose for which Wool
Felt can be used, or for any similar purpose, I therefore direct
in pursuance of the powers conferred upon _me by section 139
of the Customs Act 1901 -1925, that Cotton Felt shall be charged
duty at the rates applicable to Wool Felt.
Operating on and from 14th April, 1927.
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister for Trade and Customs.
W
°
Customs Act 1901 -1925, Section 139.
SUBSTITUTE NOTICE No. 4.
HEREAS I am of the opinion that Varnish Gums are a
substitute for Oil Varnish or are intended to be, or can
be used as such substitute, or for any purpose for which Oil
Varnish can be used, or for any similar purpose, I therefore
direct, in pursuance of the powers conferred upon me by section 139 of the Customs Act 1901 -1925, that Varnish Gums
shall be charged duty at the rates applicable to Oil Varnish,
and further than 14 lb. of Varnish Gum prepared for varnish
making be equal, for duty purposes, to one gallon of varnish.
Substitute Notice No. 1, published in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, No. 28, of 18th March, 1927, is hereby amended
by deleting therefrom the reference to Varnish Gums, prepared, for varnish making, on the basis of 10 lb. of Gum to
one gallon of varnish as a substitute for Lithographic -Varnish.
W
-(T.
BY-LAW No. 104.
-
Item
415A (2)
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Beams, Steel, Broad Flange
ing sizes, viz.:
24 inches x 12 inches x
40 inches x 12 inches x
32 inches x 12 inches x
-
.
& C. 27/F/1886.)
Operating on and from 14th April, 1927.
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister for Trade and Customs.
(Grey Process) of the follow152 lb. per foot.
210 lb. per foot.
lb. per foot.
(Operating on 15th January, 1927, and 7th February, 1927,
(T.D. 27/168.)
only.)
181
DRAWBACK NOTICE. No. 212:
..
REGULATION 130 OF CUSTOMS REGULATIONS..(T. & C. 27/A/1407.)
RAWBACK of the 'full amount of duty paid may be
allowed, under the : provisions of the Customs.. Regulations, on steel plates and anglés imported at Melbourne per
Customs Import Warrant Numbers 5885 and 5886 of 10th
March, 1927, and used in the manufacture within the Commonwealth of mooring buoys upon exportation of such mooring buoys and after compliance with the said Regulations.
Provided that, before drawback is allowed, the Collector shill
be absolutely satisfied that the drawback claimed is properly
`
BY-LAW No. 110.
-
Item 415A (2) .
Miscellaneous, viz.:
Piping, Steel, Steam, 7 inches, 8 inches, and 12 inches, for
(Operating on 7th
steam purposes, under security.
February, 1927,. only.)
(T.D. 27/180.)
.
clue.
Dated this first day of. April, .1927.
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister for Trade and Customs.
No. 26.--14th April, 1927
Commonwealth Gazette
782
The Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904-1926.
New South Wales Registry, Sydney, 7th April, 1927.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF CONSTITUTION OF AN ORGANIZATION.
OTICE is hereby given that application has been made to
nie under the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904 -1926 for the change of the constitution of the
Federated Miscellaneous Workers' Union of Australia from
IICT
TASMANIA.
£249.- Standard Telephones & Cables (Aust.) Ltd., Sydney
-Supply of one pattern W.C.P. -2 combination pole and cable
reel trailer. (This takes the place of notification regarding
the expenditure of £226 in the purchase of a trailer as notified
on page 2855 of Commonwealth Gazette, No. 125, of 23rd De(-ember, 1026.)
.L
the following
.
S. M. BRUCE, Prime Minister.
:-
" The Union shall consist of an unlimited number of
persons who are employed in any position as a caretaker,
cleaner, watchman, lift attendant, motor car washer and
cleaner, gatekeeper, laundry workers, male domestic
workers, ice -cream makers, luggage porters, messengers,
ferry workers, paint workers,"
to the following
:-
" The Union shall consist of an unlimited number of
persons who are employed in any position as a caretaker,
cleaner, watchman, lift attendant, motor car washer and
cleaner, gatekeeper, laundry workers, male domestic
workers, ice -cream makers, luggage porters, messengers,
ferry workers, paint workers, together with such other
persons, whether employed in the industry or not, as have
been appointed officers of the Union or its branches, and
admitted as members thereof."
Any person who desires to object to the proposed change
may do so by lodging with me a notice of the objection in the
prescribed form, and a statutory declaration in support thereof,
within twenty -one days after the publication of this advertisement, and by serving on the organization copies of the
notice of objection and statutory declaration so lodged.
H. D. WOOD, Deputy Industrial Registrar.
EXPENDITURE UNDER TREASURY REGULATION 67
MADE UNDER SECTION 71 OF THE AUDIT ACT 1901-
APPOINTMENT AND RETIREMENT OF ELECTORAL
REGISTRARS.
that the undermentioned persons, whose
names are printed in capital letters, have been appointed
to be Electoral. Registrars under the Commonwealth Electoral
Act, and that the appointment of the undermentioned persons,
%vhose names are printed in italic letters, has bèen terminated.
Each appointment is to take effect on and from the date upon
which the person appointed takes over the duties of the office,
and to continue during the pleasure of the Minister :
J
T is hereby notified
-
STATE OF QUEEN SLAIN n.
Division of Capricornia.-CHARLES WILLIAM SIEVERS,
Senior Clerical Assistant, Bundaberg, to keep the Roll
for the Subdivisions of Bundaberg and Musgrave, in the
place of Frederick William. Roddìington, whose appointment is terminated.
-
Division of Darling Downs.
NORMAN ANTHONY
ELLIOTT, Postmaster, Allora, to keep the Roll for the
subdivision of Allora, in the place of Wslliamn. James
Quinlan, whose appointment is terminated.
of Maranoa. -JAMES JOSEPH O'CONNOR,
Postmaster, Charleville, to keep the Roll for the Subdivision of Charleville, in the place of Lionel Harcourt
Talbot Powell, whose appointment is terminated.
Division
C. W. C.
MARE, for Minister for Home and Territories.
1926.
HOME AND TERRITORIES DEPARTMENT.
-
£2,219 16s. 4d. -The Country Press Co- operative Co. of Aus-
tralia Ltd., Sydney Insertion of advertisement, containing
particulars of Proposed Laws, 1926 Referendums, in 231
country newspapers.
£1,130 8s. -The Country Press Co- operative Co. of Australia
Ltd., Sydney- Insertion of " How to Vote " advertisement, 1926
Referendums, in 228 country newspapers and six suburban
newspapers.
£329 Ss. Gordon & Gotch Ltd., Sydney-Exhibition of
" Compulsory Voting " posters on hoardings, and advertising
compulsory voting on picture screens, 1926 Referendums.
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Ex. Mins. Nos. 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, and 38.
GENERAL.
£673 5s.- British General Electric Co. Ltd., Sydney -Supply of 940 strips of jacks in strips of 20, and 210 strips of jacks
m strips of 10.
£823 10s. 10d. -- Siemens (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., MelbourneSupply of 5,900 sack elements, No. 3.
EXCHANGE OF DEFENCE LAND AT RANDWICK,
NEW SOUTH WALES, FOR LAND AT LONG BAY,
NEW SOUTH WALES.
HEREAS the land firstly described in the schedule
W
hereunder written subject
the reservation hereinafter mentioned
longer required
the
is no
to
by
Commonwealth
for any public purpose And whereas the Commonwealth is
desirous of acquiring from the State of New South Wales the
land secondly described in the said schedule And whereas it
has been agreed with the said State that such lands shall be
exchanged and that no claim for compensation shall be made
by either party in respect of such exchange His Excellency
the Gnvernor- General in Council has approved for the purpose
of effecting such exchange that authority be granted pursuant to section 14 of the Lands Acquisition. Act 1906-1916 for
the acquisition by agreement of the said land secondly described and that authority be granted pursuant to section 63
of the said Act for the disposal of the said land firstly described
by transferring such land to the State 61 New South Wales
reserving unto the Commonwealth of Australia its successors
and assigns and its his and their servants agents and workmen,
and all other persons authorized by it or them, to enter upon
part of the said land firstly described, namely, part of portion
340, and to construct and maintain a conduit or tunnel in
through and under part of the said portion 340 and to place
and maintain telegraphic and telephonic and other wires and
cables in through and along the said conduit or tunnel.
W. C. HILL,
Minister of State for Works and Railways.
.
-
NEW
Solna
(L. & S. 26/2399.)
WALES..
1íñ350.- Standard Telephones & Cables (Aust.) Ltd., Sydney
-Supply of a telephoue switchboard and associated apparatus.
VIOTORIa.
£1,900. _Hume Pipe Coy. (Aust.) Ltd., Melbourne- Supply
of fio concrete public telephone cabinets.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
ld.-J.
-
Shanahan and H. C. Blucher, Waterloo
Erection of telephone subscribers' lines in the Lameroo and
Pinnaroo districts.
£1,274
Os.
DESCRIerTON OF LAND REFERRED TO.
Firstly. -All those pieces or parcels of land at Randwick
containing a total area of 260 acres and 16 perches, more or
less, being the land acquired by notification of acquisition
published in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, No. 2, dated
13th January, 1906, and part of a property entered on page 25
of the Schedule of Transferred Properties in the State of New
South Wales, and known. as Randwiek Rifle Range, being
portion 1075, part of reserve 28504, and .part of reserve B0701,
containing together an area of 249 acres 1. rood .33 perches,
more or less, as shown on plan catalogued Ms. 6583 Sy. in
the Department of Lands, Sydney, and also portions 334, 335,
Commonwealth Gazette
336, 337, 338, 339,
l0 acres 2 roods 23
No 36.-14th April, 1927
163
and 340, containing together an area of
perches, more or less, Parish of Botany,
County of Cumberland, State of New South :Wales .Coanmonwealth of Australia, as shown hachured on plan hereunder
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;Secondty.--A11 that piece or parcel of land at Long Bay
containing an area of 4$2 acres 3 roods, more or less, being
portion 2170, Parish of .Botany, County of Cumberland, State
"
Commonwealth. Gazette
.ás4
of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia, as shown
.
hachured on
-piar,
hereunder:-
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.
Comlrioniaia,lth" Gazette
765
"
LEASES.
THE Governor- General in Council has approved that authority be .granted for the following leases
For the acquisition by agreement of á lease of premises
situated in Park-street, Bulli, New South Wales, occupied
for Defence purposes, for a further period of one (1) year from
the 1st April, 1927, and thereafter from month to month, at
a rental of £1 12s. per week. -L. & S. 26/190.
For the acquisition by agreement of a lease of premises
situated at Pomona, Queensland, occupied as a Post and Telegraph Office, for a further period 'of one (1) year from the 1st.
April, 1927, and thereafter from month to month, at the
existing rental of £1 2s. 6d. per week. -L. & S. 26/3.702.
For the acquisition by agreement of a lease of au area
of approximately 48 acres- at Emerald, Queensland, being portion 109, Parish of Selma, County of Denison, required for the
purposes of' an Aerodrome Site, for a period of ten (10) years
from the ist June, 1926, and thereafter from month to month,
at a rental of £5 per annuru. "(In lieu of Executive Approval
No. 1 of the 12th January, 1927.). --L. &. S. 27/50.
For the granting of grazing rights. over the danger zone of
the Singleton Rifle Range" area, New South Wales, containing
an area of approximately 216 acres, for a period of ten (10)
years from the 1st July, 1927, at a rental of £1. per annum.--
:-
.
36:-14th April,
No=
1927
the agreement, at a rental of One shilling (Is.) per annum, if
demanded. -L. & S. 27/581.
Whereas immediate possession of an area of approximately
acres 1 rood 251 perches, being portion of the Military Reserve situated at Port Kembla, New South Wales, is not required for any public purpose, authority has been granted for
the lease to the Council of the Municipality of Central lilavarra Of same for recreation purposes, for a peried-.of twenty
(20) years from the ist April, 1927, and thereafter from -month
to month, at a rental of One peppercorn per annum.- L-L. & S.
26/2558.
20
.
.
"
L. & S. 26/1475.
For the Commonwealth to acquire, by agreement with the
owner, namely, James Lyon Walker Barton, grazier, the right
and privilege of entering upon and using, for the purposes of
a Rifle Club Range, certain land at Wallerawang, New South
Wales, for a period of five (5) years from the ist April, 1927,
and thereafter until the expiration of one month's notice in
writing by either party to the other of intention to determine
.
For the Commonwealth to acquire, by agreement with the
owner, namely, F. H. Taylor, grazier, Birdwood, the right' and
privilege of entering upon and using, for the purposes of an
Emergency Landing Ground, certain land at Birdwood; South
Australia, for a period of five (5) years certain from the 3rd
November, 1926, and thereafter until the expiration of one
month's. notice in writing by either party to the other of intention to determine the agreement, at a rental of £5 per
acinus.-L. & S. 27/561.
For the Commonwealth to acquire, by agreement with the
owners, viz., W. R. Clinch and W. Lumbers, farmers, Moora,
the right and privilege of entering upon and using, for the purposes of. a Rifle Club Range, certain land at Moora, Western
Australia, for a period of five (5)' years certain, from the Ist
January, 1927, and thereafter until the expiration of one
month's notice in writing by either party to the other of intention to determine the agreement, at a rental of One shilling
(is.) per annum when demanded, respectively. -L. & S.
27/646.
W. C. HILL, Minister for Works and Railways.
TENDERS.
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
TENDERS INVITED.
are invited for the undermentioned supplies and /or service.
Tenders must be endorsed " Tender for
riENDERS
(as the case may be), and addressed to the Deputy Director, Posts and Telegraphs, in the State named.
Tender Box at the General Post Office in that State ; if sent` by post they must be prepaid and registered.
Description of Material or Service required.
!Schedule No.
They may be deposited in the
Tender Forms, Specifications, &o., obtainable from--
Tenders Close-
GENERAL.**
Automatic postage stamp vending machines-As
C.174
3 p.m., 17.5.27
Instrument Cords -As specified
C.176
0.185
3. pm., 26.4.27
3 p.m., 26.4.27
3 p.m., 10.5.27
3 p.m., 17.5.27
3 p.m., 19.4.27
C.194
3
specified
Telephone Switches -As specified
Relays -As specified ..
..
..
00
Resistances and Reactances
Wire, galvanized iron and steel stranded-.As specified
Cord Weights and Pulleys-As specified
..
Telephones and Dials ..
..
..
..
Submarine Cable
..
..
..
Telegraph Paper Tape
..
..
Lathe Equipment
..
..
..
Adhesive Insulating Tape
..
Jacks, Switchboard and Instrument, and Number
Plates
Printed Forms, M.O. Series
Lead Seals ..
..
..
..
Iron W ork ..
..
..
Solder
..
Switchboard Cable ..
.
"
0.177
0.179
C.182
0.200
p.m., 31.5.27
3 p.m., 26.4.27
3 p.m., 17.5.27
C.193
C.196
3-p.m., 28.6.27
3 p.m., 28.6.27
3 p.m., 3.5.27
3 p.m., 28.6.27
C.197
0.198
C.199
.
.
.
'
Steel Spindles
..
.
.
(a) Erection of telephone line - from existing
Warialda -Yetman line to Beria, and alterna-
tively
;
For supply and delivery of necessary poles,
and
(c) For labour only.
Erection of from 100 lb. H.D.C. wires, standardizing route, &o., between Wingham and Bobin
and spur Lines
(b)
0.204
3 p.m.,
3 p.m.,
3 p.m.,
3 p.m.,
3 p.m.,
3 p.m.,
C.203
0.206
C.207
0.208
C.209
NEW SOUTH WALES.
Sectional Engineer, Armidale ; Post Offices,
S.E.,
Bingara, Warialda, Barraba, Manilla,
101/27
Tamworth, Morse, Inverell
N.S.W.,
19.4.27
3.5:27
10.5.27
31.5.27
7:6.27
10.5.27
3 p.m., 25.4.27
A.D.
N.S.W.,
Sectional Engineer, Newcastle ; Post Offices,
Terse, Wingham, Nabiac, Coopernook,
Dungog, and Gloucester
N.
93/27
3 p.m., 28.4.27
Departmental Stores Branches, Sydney (84 Harbour-street) ; Brisbane ; Adelaide (West -terrace) ; and Perth ; G.P.O;s, Melbourne
and Hobart.
Tender forma, &c., may also be inspected at the office of the Official Secretary to the Commissioner for Australia in America, Suite
1131-4 South Ferry Buildings,
44 Whitehall- street, Now York.
$ Tender forms, &c., also obtainable at the office of the High Commissioner, London.
.* Tenders returpable at the office of the Deputy Director, Post and Telegraphs, Melbourne.
A charge of £1 1e. per copy of the Schedule will be made, and will be refunded on receipt and after
consideration of a bona fide tender.
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Req. 18429.-Chargeable to Division 70 /1 /1G.-Approved
POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
15th. March, 1927.
ACCEPTANCE OF TENDERS.
(281) 6 self -starters, 12 volt, S.S. and. R3, £25 each;
starter pedals and switches, Smith's, 25s. each; 54 ,feet
heavy duty cable, 2s. per foot-less 20 per cent., less 10 per
cent., less 5 per cent. 14 days -for No. 1 Aircraft Depot,
Lauerton.- Smith, Sons, & Rees Ltd., 100 Flinders-street,
Melbourne.
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New South Wales.
The, Clyde Engineering Company Ltd., 106-110 Goulburnstreet, Sydney.-Supply, delivery, and erection of accumulators
at Wagga Wagga-Items 1 and 2, Schedule N.S.W. No. 138,
£680 14s.
M. A. Prince, Post Office, Erigolia. -Schedule N.S.W. S.E.
G- Erection
of a telephone line between Erigolia and
Murrybong; approximate total amount £329 10s.
26/31
Req. 18446x. -- Chargeable to T.F. Munitions Factories
.Account.-Approved 21st March, 1927.
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P. Graven, Dorrigo.-Schedule N.S.P. S.E. 16/26 M.O.
Erection of a telephone line between Dorrigo and Maynard's
Plains ; approximate total amount, £304 15s. 3d.
(282) 2 motor cycle side -car units, B.S.A., one cylinder,
4.93 h.p., 1927 model, balloon tyres (shop soiled) , £77 10s.
each, for Ordnance Factories, Maribyrnong.- Finlay Bros.
Motor Cycle Pty. Ltd., 322 Elizabeth -street, Melbourne.
NEW SOUTH WALES.
Queensland.
Approved 6th January, 1927.
Schedule No. Q.656.- Messrs. Abrahams and Williams, 55
Charlotte-street, Brisbane-Purchase and removal of 12 tons
scrap lead- covered cable, £29 16s. per ton. Total £357 12s.
(283) Repair of approximately 900 boxes, ammunition Q.F.
pdr: -Boxes with broken ends only, 8s. each; boxes with
broken ends and one broken side, 8s. 6d. each; boxes with
two broken ends and two broken sides, 9s. each -less 23 per
cent., 7 days -for Ordnance Stores, Sydney. -E. Burton &
Sons, 1 O'Riordan-street, Alexandria.
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COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS.
PORT AUGUSTA -ALICE SPRINGS RAILWAY.
EXTENSION FROM NEAR OODNADATTA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TO
ALICE SPRINGS, CENTRAL AUSTRALIA.
Length
:
270 miles 65 chains approx.
Approved 20th January, 1927.
Galvanized flexible steel wire rope, for hawsers and
runniná rigging-10,800 fms.. 1 inch eircumference, 6 x 12,
113s. 6d. per cwt. (9d. per fm.) ; 1,500 fms., 11 inches circumferenee, 6 x 12, 96s. 6d. per cwt. (10d. per fm.) , for
H.M.A. Naval Yard, Garden Island.- Australian Wire Rope
Works Ltd., Wynyard- square, Sydney.
(284)
TENDERS will be received up to Four p.m. ou 30th June,
for the construction of the above railway.
Approved 20th January, 1927.
1927,
Tender forms,. conditions, specifications, schedule of quantities, plans, sections, and drawings (sets of which may be
purchased at £10 per set) are available at the offices of the
Commonwealth Railways, Melbourne; Commonwealth Works
Directors, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth; and Commonwealth Works Registrar, -Hobart.
Tenders are to be addressed to the Secretary, Commonwealth
Railways Commissioner, 150 FIinders -lane, Melbourne, endorsed "'render for Construction of Railway Extension from
near Oodnadatta to Alice Springs."
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.
(285) Repairs to 13 pontoon wagons. ex Mobilization
Stores, for the sum of £186 13s. 6d. -3. McVicker, Charles street, Liverpool.
(286) Supnly of 14 bread racks, at Liverpool Camp, £74
10s.; 4. bread racks
Holdsworthy Camp, £24 10s., 2 bread
racks at Rutherford Camp, £12-less 5 per cent. in 14 days.
C. R. Tuckwell, Elizabeth -street, Parramatta.
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Approved 17th March, 1927.
(2871 Supply of material and labour and erection of kitchen
at the Liverpool Camp, £198 1.0s.-less 3 per cent in 7 days.
J. M. Brennan, " Yrotciv," Alice-street, Harris Park.
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Approved 17th March, 1927.
(288) Supply of material and labour and erection of latrine
block at the Liverpool Camp. £138 -less 21 per cent. in 7 days.
E. Burton & Sons, 1 O'Riordan -street, Alexandria.
CONTRACTS ACCEPTED.
VICTORIA.
MEAT FOR R.A.N.
FLOUR FOR FLINDERS NAVAL DEPOT, WESTERN PORT.
Approved 21st March, 1927.
(279) 54 tons flour (150 -1b. bags) , £12 5s. per ton (net).W. C. Thomas & Sons Pty. Ltd., 20 Queen -street, Melbourne.
Corrigenda.
Approved 21st March, 1927.
Reference Serial No.. 60, Gazette, No. 4, of 20th January,
1927, the rates for coal for R.A.N. College have been varied
as follows:-Increase of 9d. per ton in declared selling
price as from 6th December, 1926, and 4d. per ton increase
in crane charges as from 24th November, 1926.
Reference Serial No. 706, Gazette, No. 77, of 5th August,
1926, the period of contract for making -up uniform clothing
has been extended to 31st March, 1927.
COLLEGE, JERVIS BAY.
Period-1st April to 30th September, 1927.
Approved 15th March, 1927.
(289) Contract No. 1245.-Beef: forequarters, 2d: per lb.;
hindquarters. 5d. per lb.; ribs, honed and rolled, Old. per lb.:
topsides, 63d. per lb.; thick flanks, 63d. per lb.; corned
briskets, 2d. per lb. ; rounds, Md. per lb. ; minced steak, 6d.
per lb. ; veal, 61-d. per lb. ; mutton carcasses, 41d. per lb.;
mutton chops, 63d. per. lb. ; lamb carcasses, 44d. per lb.;
pork: sides, lld. per lb.; chops, Is. per lb.; corned,' 9d. per lb.;
sausages, pork, 9d, per lb. ; mixed meat, 9d. per lb. ; fresh
suet, beef kidney,. 6d. per lb.; hearts, ox, 6d. per lb. ; kidneys,
ox, 9d. per lb. ; kidneys, sheep's, 2s. per dozen; sheep's fry,
6s. per dozen : soup meat, 4d. per lb. ; tripe, ox, cooked, 6d.
per lb.; rabbits, 2s. per pair; dripping, 6d. per lb.; ox
tongues. 4d. per lb.; sheep's tongues, 4s. per dozen; ox tail,
1 s. each.
Illawarra Butchering Co. Ltd., Nowra.
.
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VICTORIA.
Req. 18414.- Chargeable to Division 70/1/3.
11th March, 1927.
Approved
(280) 414 forks, table, Resistain, 12s. per dozen; 324
knives, stainless, metal handles, assorted brands, 20s. per
dozen; 90 knives, stainless, .26s. 3d. per dozen; 487 spoons,
dessert, Resistain, 9s. per dozen; 52 castors, pepper, glass,
with .porcelain top, and 52 ditto, salt,. 9d. per pair; 52 pots,
tea, enamel, white, 8 pints, Anglo, 9s. 6d. each, for No. I
Aircraft Depot, Iiaverton.-Myer's Pty. Ltd., Bourke -street
slug
Melbourne.
SANITATION SERVICES AT POINT COOK AND LAVERTON.
Approved 28th March, 1927.
Period-1st April to 30th June. 1927.
(290) Contract No. 1263.-Empty twice weekly all pans,
up to and including 44 per week, that may become available
at R.A.A.P., No. i Station, Point Cook, at £4 per week;
empty twice weekly all pans, up to and including
per
week, that may become available at No. .1 Aircraft 30
Depot,
Lauerton.--William Pate, Werribee,
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MOTOR OAR SERVICES.
ZELLIt
1927
To H.M.A. SHIPS AT SYDNEY.
Period-1st April to 30th September, 1927.
Period terminating 28th February, 1929.
Approved 23rd February, 1927.
Approved D.M. 0.1670/4070, 16th Mora.,
(291) Contract No. 1227. -Hire of motor cars for Defence
Forces at Melbourne -For radius öf 8 miles of G.P.O., Melbourne, ls. per mile; 3s. per hour detention; for radius outside 8 miles of G.P.O., Melbourne, is. per mile (no detention
if car does minimum of 60 miles in one day, otherwise 3s.
per hour) -less 2i per cent. for payment in 7 days.Phillips
Motors Pty. Ltd., 465 Mt. Alexander -road, Moonee Ponds.
(295) Delivery on board vessels lying in stream, Sydney,
2s. per gallon; delivery on board vessels lying alongside
Cockatoo ..Island, 2s. per gallon;, delivery on board vessels
lying alongside Garden Island, is. 7d. per gallon; delivery at
Pier, Lyn e Park, for delivery to H.M.A.S. T i t ù i a ,
' Bay,
ls, 5d. per gallon-net. -The N.S.W. Fresh Food & Ice Co.
Ltd., 25 Harbour- street, Sydney.
NEW 8017TH WALES.
FORAGE TO PERMANENT MILITARY EOECES.
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Period-1st April to 30th June, 1927.
Approved 17th March, 1927.
H.M.A. SHIPS, H.M. SHIPS, AND NAVAL ESTABLISHMENTS AT SYDNEY, OR ON PIER, LYNE PARI, FOR H.M.A.S.,
" TINGABA," AND /OR F.O.R. OR F.O.B. SYDNEY IF REQUIRED
(WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL COLLEGE,
JERVIS BAY ) , OR CONSIGNED TO ANY OTHER H.M.A. OR H.M.
SHIPS AND ESTABLISHMENTS.
MEAT TO ANY
Period-1st April to 30th September, 1927.
(292) Beef, forequarters, 2d. per lb.; beef, hindquarters,
M. per lb. ; beef, ribs, boned and rolled, 44d. per lb. ; beef,
topsides, 5d. per lb.; beef, thick flanks, 5d. per lb.; beef,
corned: briskets, 3d. per lb.; rounds, -40. per lb.; beef,
minced steak, 3d. per lb.; veal, 5d. per lb.; mutton carcasses,
31d. per lb.; mutton chops, 7d. per lb.; lamb carcasses, 6j&.
per lb.; pork sides, 10d. per lb.; pork chops, ls. per lb.; pork,
corned, 9d. per lb.; sausages, pork, 7d. per lb.; sausages,
mixed meat, 4d. per lb.; sausages, belgian, M. per lb.; fresh
suet, beef kidney, 5d. per lb.; brawn, 7d. per lb.; hearts, ox,
to average 4 lb. each, 7d. per lb.; kidneys, ox, 10d. each;
kidneys, sheep's, 2s. M. per dozen; sheep's frys, 4d. each;
soup meat, 2d. per lb.; tripe, ox, cooked, 5d. per lb.; rabbits,
ls. 6d. per pair; ice, 2s. 6d. per cwt.; dripping,
per lb.
-net.-The Riverstone Meat Co. Ltd., Hay -street, 5d.
Sydney.
Approved 17th March, 1927.
(296) Delivery Victoria Barracks and R. A. Show Ground,
Moore Park.- Chaff, oaten, 8s. per cwt. ; hay, lucerne, 8s. 6d.
per cwt.; straw, 5s. per cwt. ; oats, Algerian, 4s 3d. per bushel;'
bran, is. 8d. per bushel; rock salt, 6s. per cwt. -net; returned
empty bags-chaff, 4s. per dozen; oats and bran, 3s. 9d. per
dozen) Michael Maloney, 76 Oxford- street, Paddington.
(297.) Delivery Remount Depot, Holdsworthy.---Chsiff;oaten, £8 per ton; straw, £6 5s. per ton; oats, algerian, 4s. 2d.
per bushel; bran, 1s. 7d. per bushel --net. --Mrs. M. -A.
N'itzpatrick, Scott -street, Liverpool.
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Approved 17th March, 1927.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND RAILWAYS.
OFFERS are invited until Noon on the 30th May, 1927, from
persons desirous of obtaining a lease of the Drill Hill pre -.
mises at Ararat or Stawell, Victoria, for a period of five
years from ist November, 1927, and thereafter from month(5.)
to
month.
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The Ararat premises consist of a drill hall 100 feet by 50
feet and six (6) rooms, situated in Collings- street, standing
on an area of approximately 2 roods.
.
The Stawell premises consist of a drill hall. 100 feet
64
feet, situated in Sloane -street, with five (5) roomsbyand
lecture room, standing on an area of about 1 acre 1 rood
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VEGETABLES TO H.M.A. SHIPS AND NAVAL ESTABLISHMENTS OE
TO ANY H.M. SHIPS AT SYDNEY, AND/OR F.O.R. OR F.O.B. SYDNEY,
CONSIGNED TO ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL CÒLLÉGE, JERVIS
BAY, ETO.
Period-1st April to 30th 'September, 1927.
(293) In bags- Potatoes, Brownells, 9s. 9d. per cwt.;
Carmens, 8s. per cwt.; onions, brown Spanish, Ss. 6d. per cwt.;
turnips, white, 13s. 6d. per cwt.; turnips, swede, 8s. per cwt.;
parsnips, 17s. per cwt.; marrows, 7s. 6d. per cwt.; pumpkins,
7s. 9d. per cwt.; cabbages, 2d. per lb.; cauliflowers, 2d.
per lb.; carrots, 15s. per cwt.; radishes, 2s. per dozen bunches;
spring onions, 2s. per dozeñ bunches; lettuce, 2s. per dozen;
beetroot, 3d. per lb. In pineapple. cases-Potatoes, Brownells,
ils. 3d. per cwt.; Carmens, 9s. 6d. per cwt; onions, brown
Spanish, 10s. per cwt.; turnips, white, 15s. per cwt.; turnips,
swede, 9s. 6d. per cwt.;, parsnips, 19s. per cwt.; marrows, 9s.
per cwt.; pumpkins, 9s. M. per cwt. In octagon crates
Potatoes, Brownells, 13s. 9d. per cwt.; Carmens, 13s. 3d. per
cwt.; onions, brown Spanish, 13s. 3d. per cwt.; turnips, white,
17s. per cwt.; turnips, swede, 12s. 3d. per cwt.;
parsnips,
21s. per cwt. ; marrows, lls. per cwt.; pumpkins,
12s. per
cwt: net, extra for bags supplied with vegetables other
potatoes and onions, 3d. each. -Allan Ferguson & Co., than
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George -street north, Sydney.
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Approved 17th March, 1927.
FISH
TO
H.M.A. SHIPS AND NAVAL ESTABLISHMENTS AT SYDNEY.
Period-1st April to 30th September, 1927.
(294) Cleaned fish-Bream, sea, lld. per lb.; flathead,
per lb.;' mullet, 6d. per lb.; trout, 2d. per lb.; schnapper, 7d.
ls.
per lb.; salmon, 2d. per 'lb.; Murray cod, ls. per lb.; Murray
perch, 9d. per lb. smoked blue cod, ls. per lb.; smoked Murray
cod, is. per lb.; smoked Murray perch, 8d. per lb.;
smoked
Scotch fillets, 1s. per lb.-uncleaned fish, less 25 per cent.
on
above prices; frozen; fish, same prices as fresh
"fish, less 2
Wer cent. 14 to 30 days.-A. &
N. Faroe, No. 5 Wharf,
oolloomooloo, Sydney,
25 -perches.
The, lessee will be required to pay all rates and taxes in
addition to rent; to pay rent monthly in advance, unless
otherwise approved; to insure the premises in each case
against fire in the name of the Commonwealth for £2,300; to
keep the premises in good order and condition,
to yield
same up upon the expiration or determination of and
the tenancy
in as good repair and condition as the same are now in
(reasonable wear and tear and damage by fire, storm, tempest,
flood, or earthquake excepted); to permit any responsible
of the Commonwealth to enter and inspect the premises officer
all
reasonable times; not to assign, underlet, or part withat the
possession of the premises without the consent of the Commtinwealth; and to state for what purposes the premises will be
used.
The Commonwealth shall have the right to determine
lease at any time without payment of compensation to .the
the
lessee should the premises be required for Commonwealth purpose.
The lessee may, on or before the expiration of the lease, remove all fixtures or erections erected or set up by him, unless
other arrangements shall have been made with the lessor.
Offers should be addressed to. the Director of Lands
andSurveys, 318 Post Office-place, Melbourne; and envelopes containing offers must be endorsed " Offer for Lease of Drill
Hall."
.
The highest or any offer not necessarily accepted.
OFFERS are invited by the Director, Commonwealth Lands
Survey, 318 Post Office-place, Melbourne, until Noon on
the 2nd May, 1927, for the purchase of an area of 11 .4-1.0
perches, more or less, being part of the north -west and of
Bourke -street, 'adjoining the River Tamar, City of Launceston,County of Cornwall, Tasmania, together with jetty and naval: -`."
boatshed adjoining.
The highest or any offer not necessarily accepted.
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DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND RAILWAYS.
TENDERS INVITED.
TENDERS, accompanied by the necessary deposits, are invited for the undermentioned services.
" (as the case may be), and addressed as indicated.
Tenders must be endorsed ":Tender for
Locality and Description of Work.
Tenders
Returnable;
Plans, Specifications. and Tender Forms
Available.
Berry (N.S.W.)-Repairs and painting
Post Office (fresh tenders)
Sydney (N.S.W.)-Alterations and
painting Repatriation Offices
Tamworth (N;S.W.)-Improvem ents
and repairs to Rifle Range
Bingara (N.S.W.)- Installation of
electric light at Post Office
Noon, 26th
April, 1927
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney, and Berry Post Office
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney, and Tamworth Post Office
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney, and at Post Offices
Armidale, Inverell, and Bingara
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney, and at Dubbo and Orange
P.O.
Works Director, Customs House,
Sydney
Canberra (F.T.)- Commonwealth Bank,
Installation of electric. light
Dubbo (N.S.W.)-Alterations, additions, and instillation of electric
light at Post Office
Manly (N.S.W.)- installation of electric
light at Telephone Exchange
Sydney (N.S.W.), O.P.O. -(a) Supply
of gas- heated cooking appliances and
hot water service ; (b) Installation
of refrigerator and cool plant
Newcastle (N.S.W.)-Alterations to
Seamen's Shelter Shed
Flinders
(V.)-Extension
of Torpedo
and Mining School at Naval Depot
Royal Park (V.)-Supply and installation of fittings in Laboratory at
Serum Institute
Albion (Q.)-Repairs and painting
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Sydney, and Commonwealth Works
Inspector, Newcastle
Director,
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Commonwealth
Offices, Post Office- place, Melbourne
Noon, 14th
April, 1927
11 a.m.,
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Cottage at Telephone Exchange
Radcliffe (Q.)-Repairs and painting
Post; Office.
Cape Pallarenda (Q.)- Repairs and
painting at Quarantine Station
Cairns (Q.)-Repairs
Customs House
Tolga
and
Director,
Brisbane
Noon, 20th
April, 1927
Works
Adelaide- street,
If
Noon,
Works
Director, Adelaide -street,
and Commonwealth
Brisbane,
Works Inspector, Townsville
Director,
Works
Adelaide -street,
and
Brisbane,
Commonwealth
Works Inspector, Townsville, and
Cairns Post Office
Works
Adelaide-street,
Director,
and
Brisbane,
Commonwealth
Works Inspector, Townsville, and
Tolga, Cairns, and Atherton Post
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April, 1927
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Woodville (S.A.)- Electrical installation at Telephone Exchange
Woodville (S.A.)- Alterations, repairs,
and - painting Post
Office
West Adelaide (S.A.)-Erection of
Telephone Exchange
Port Wakefield (S,A.)- Supply and
erection of Steel Stand and Tank at
Proof Range
Noon, 26th
April, 1927
Noon, 18th
April, 1927
2nd
Noon,
May, 1927
14th
Noon,
April, 1927
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Commonwealth
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EXTENSIONS OF CONTRACT TIME.
Dat
Contractor.
Locality and Description of Work.
extendeed
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Sydney' (N.S.W:)-Additional accommodation for Laboratory at
E. and W. Tofield, Manly
Iiatoómba'(N.S.W.)- Erection of Motor Garage at Post Office .
Mascot (N.S.W.)-Fencing Aerodrome
Randwick (N.S.W.)- Repairs to Cottage at Small Arms School ..
Nowra (N.S.W.)=Repairs: and painting Post Office
Sydney, G.P.O. (N.S.W.)-Renewal water service at Parcels Post
..
L. Pither, Katoomba
M. Mountain, Sydney
. Allgood and Bierton, Paddington
Smith Brothers, Crow's Nest
B. A. Robey, Sydney
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17th March, 1927
3rd March, 1927
17th March, 1927
14th March, 1927
11th February, 1927
Noyes Brothers Ltd., Sydney
7th March, 1927
F. Barford, Mackay
H. S. Hatwell
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T. J. Green, Wembley
W. S. Wark, Bridgetown..
J. Hendry, Victoria Park
4th March, 1927
Customs House
Office
Waverley (N.S.W.)-Supply of motors for Air Conditioning Plant
at Telephone. Exchange
Mackay ,(Q.)-Repairs, &c., to Post Office
Southwark (S.A.)-Installation of electric light, &c., at Drill Hall
.
Narembeen.(W.A:)-Erection Of Post Office
.
Bridgetown (W.A.)-Additions, &c., to Post Office
Fremantle (W.A.)-Erection of fence at Naval Area
22nd March, 1927
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21st May, 1926
16th 'January, 1927
18th November, 1926
12th February, 1927
Commonwealth Gazette
No.. 36.--14th April, 1927-
789
CONTRACTS ACCEPTED.
Date of
Date for
Acceptance Completion.
Contractor.
Amount.
Locality and Description of Work
,
£
s. d.
..
. 12,939
0 0. P. Beddie, Bondi
Millthorpc (N.S.W.)- Erection of Post Office ..
496 15 0 Noyes Brothers Ltd., Sydney
Newington (N.$.W.)-Supply and erection of one
Travelling Crane at Depth Charge Store
130 10 0 W. G. Brown, Watsons Bay
South Head (N.S.W.)- Repairs and minor -works at
i
Forts
Sydney (N.S.W.)-Alterations to Counters, Screens, &c.,
at Commonwealth Bank
Manly (N.S.W.)- Supply of Electric Motors, Telephone
Exchange
Balandelah (N.S.W.)- Installation of Air Gas Lighting
at Post Office
Manly (N.S.W.) ---Supply, &c. of Ammonia Refrigerator
and Condenser for Telephone Exchange
Randwick (N.S.W.)- Repairs to roads and footpaths at
Prince of Wales Hospital
Gordon (N.S.W.)- Erection of Lineman's Shed at Post
.
Office
Manly (N.S.W
)-
Supply. and erection of G.I. Ductwork ..
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(2) Supply of Spray Headers and Standards
(3) Supply C.I. Plates and Vacuum Cleaning Fittings
for Air Condensing Plant at Telephone Exenange
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1.1akein;;a (N .W.)- Installation of electric fight
(1")
(V.)-Repairs to Repatriation Hospital
Williamstown (V.)- Repairs to Slipway at Naval
Shed
,Sed
Point Nepean (V.)-Fencin, at Quarantine Station
Nepean (V.)--- Repairs and painting R.A.E. Depot
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Cohuna (V.)-- Erection. of Post Office
Caulfield
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Collingwood (Vic.) Repairs and painting Pcst Office . .
Nambour(Q1d.)-Alterations and additions to Post Office
Torrens Island (S.A.)- Repairs, painting, &c.,- at Quarantine Station
Adelaide (S.A.)- Installation of electric light and power at
Parade Ground
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Cox and Downer, Richmond
Victorian Roads Ltd., Melbourne
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Governor- General in Council has approved of the
following appointments In icier the Quarantine A.ci
ripiE
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Depot
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Kerang (V.)-- Alterations, &c. to Post Office ..
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Swan Island (V.)-Erection of Police Quarters
Laverton (V.)- Formation of roads, &c. at Aircraft l0.,571 4
Depot
Melbourne (V.)-Illuminations1,050 0
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Government House
1izabeth- street Post Office
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i)r. T. R. PEanCF;, Quarantine Officer.
1)r. C. CooK. Quarantine Officer, Darwin.
B. J. Hoanswonro, Quarantine Officer (Plants), Queens land.- (Ix. Mills. Nos. 25 and 26.)
C. \V. C. M AiUi., for Minister for Health.
Navigation 4.ct. 1912 - 1926.
T is hereby r)otified, for general information, that CECIL.
CooK, a legally qualified medical practitioner has been
appointed to act at the port of Darwin as Medical Inspector
of Seamen (vide J. D. Norris, deceased) and Medical Inspector
of Shipping, for the purposes of the Navigation Act 1912 -1926.
Dated at Melbourne this 11.th clay of April, 1927.
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister for Trade and Customs.
rpHE Governor -General in Council has approved of the
following
(a) Cancellation of appointment of .T. F. FAIRBROTHER
as an Officer of Customs under the Commerce (Trade
Descriptions) Act 1905 -1926 as from the close cf
business on 2nd April, 1927.
THOMAS JAMES DEMPSEY as Acting
(101 Appointment of
Officer of Customs at Gladstone, Queensland, as
from 2nd April, 1.927. vice J. C. Stewart, transferred.
(e) Appointment of Captain M. C. BLACK as Acting Officer
of Customs' at Maclean- River, New South Wales.
from 23rd March, 1927, during the temporary absence
of Captain J. Conway. -(Ex. Min. No. 58.)
H. E. PRATTEN, Minister for Trade and Customs.
:-
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH.
CADET, VETERINARY RESEARCH.
PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to the position of Cadét :in Veterinary Research; at a salary of £300
per annum. Applicants should possess a University degree in
Veterinary Science or its equivalent. The successful applicant
Waters, Auburn
and
and
and
and
Taylor, Kew
Taylor, Kew
Taylor, Kew
. .
Taylor, Kew
G. Spencer, East Melbourne
. .
J. S. Lanham, Nambour
Holmesby and Wright, Colonel Light Gardens
Magraith Bros., Prospect
will be required to carry out his duties initially at the Glenfield
Animal Research Institute, New South Wales, but is liable to
be transferred elsewhere at a later date. The appointment will
be made in the first instance on probation for a period of six
months, after which the successful applicant will be eligible
ter appointment as an officer under the Science and Industry
Research Act 1920 -26, in which case he would be entitled to
contribute to, and receive benefits under, the Commonwealth
Superannuation Act.
Applications, accompanied by copies of not more than four
testimonials, must be received not later than the 16th April
next.
G. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
Commonwealth Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,
:314 Albert- street, East Melbourne.
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH.
.
APPOINTMENT OF
Son
SURVEY OFFICER.
APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to the position
of Soil Survey Officer to carry out investigations into
soil problems affecting settlements on the River Murray irrigation areas.
Applicants should possess, a University degree or its equivalent, and should have post graduate experience in research
work of this character. The officer appointed will have his
head- quarters at the Waite Agricultural Research Institute
(University of Adelaide), Glen Osmond, South Australia:
Initial salary, £400 -£600 per annum, according to training and
experience.
The successful applicant will be appointed initially on probation for a period of six months. Thereafter he may be
appointed as an officer under section 14A of the Science and
Industry Research Oct 1920 -26, in which case he would be
eligible to contribute to, and receive benefits under, the Com
)uonwealth Superannuation Fund.
Applications, accompanied by copies of not more than four
testimonials, should be received at the address given below
not later than 30th April. The successful applicant will be
required .to take up his duties on or about ,1st July, 1927.
G. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
.314 Albert- street, East Melbourne.
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COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH.
APPOINTMENT OF STATISTICAL RECORDER
(FEMALE)
.
PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to the position
_LA_
-of Statistical Recorder (Female) in connexion with
Animal Nutrition Investigations at the University of Adelaide,
at a salary at the rate of £400 per annum.
Applicants should have had statistical experience, preferably
of an actuarial nature, and should be able to take charge of
the compilation of experimental records. She will be required
to commence. her duties at the University of Adelaide on or
about the 1st July, 1927.
The successful applicant will be appointed initially on probation for a period of six months. Thereafter she may be
appointed as an officer under section 14A of the Science and
Industry Research Act 1920 -26, in which case she would be
eligible to contribute to, and receive benefits under, the Commonwealth Superannuation Fund.
Applications, accompanied by copies of not more than four
testimonials, should be received at the address given below
not later than 30th April.
.
.
314 Albert-street,
G. LIGIITFOOT, Secretary.
East Melbourne.
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH.
APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANT AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST.
APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to the position
of Assistant Agricultural Chemist to assist in irrigation
and soil investigations at the Commonwealth Research Station,
Griffith, New South Wales.
Applicants should possess a University degree or its equivalent, and should preferably have had some post graduate experience in research work. The successful applicant will spend
a preliminary period of training of about six months at the
Waite Agricultural Research Institute (University of Adelaide),
Glen Osmond, South Australia. Initial salary, £300 to £400
per annum, according to training and experience.
00mmottwea3.th Gazette
The ßuei~essful applicant will be appointed initially on probation for a period of six months. Thereafter he may be
appointed as an officer under section 14A of the Science and
Industry Research Act 1920-26, In which case he would be
eligible to contribute to, and receive benefits under, the Commonwealth Superannuation Fund.
Applications, accompanied by copies of not more than four
testimonials, should be received at the address given below not
later than 30th April. The successful 'a plicant. will be required
to take up bis duties On or about Ist July, 1927.
G. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
314 Albert- street, East Melbourne.
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.
mHE Governor - General in Council has approved of the following changes in the Permanent. Air Force being
made
Promotions.--General Duties Branch-Squadron Leaders
LTemporary Wing Commanders)._
S. BROWN, A.F.C., and
. J. WACKETT, D.F.C., A.F.C., to Wing Commander, 1st
July, 1926; Flying Officers L. J. BALI ERSON, W. PALSTRA,
M.C., and G. A. WELLS, M.C., to Flight Lieutenant (Provisional), 1st March, 1927; Flying Officers F. M. BLADIN,
D. E. L. WILSON, U. E. EWART, E. C. WACKETT, J. D. JAR MAN, T. A. SWINBOURNE, W. E. GARDNER, D.S.C., and R. I.
DINES to Flight Lieutenant (Provisional), 2nd March, 1927.
Stores and Accounting Branch-Squadron Leader (Temporary
Wing Commander) P. A. MCBAIN, M.B.E., to Wing Commander, 2nd July, 1926.-(Ex. Min. No. 9G.)
:-
T. W. GLASGOW, Minister of State for Defence.
AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.
HE Governor-General in Council has approved of leave
of absence on grounds of illness being granted to No.
481 Staff Sergeant- Major, 3rd Class (Warrant Officer, Class
II.), W. S. FREEMAN, D.C.M., Australian Instructional Corps,
on half pay, from 18th March, 1927, to 14th April, 1927,
under the provisions of Australian Military Regulation 416.
T
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(Ex. Min. No. 97.)
C. W. C. MARR, for Minister of State for Defence.
COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE.
PROMOTIONS-- SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109.
THE following promotions are provisional and subject to appeal by officers to the Public Service Board of Commissioners, and, where
consequent upon another provisional promotion, shall be dependent upon the latter being confirmed. Appeals should be forwarded
to the Public Service Inspector in the State in which the promotion is to be made to reach him within fourteen days of the date of the
notification, and the ground of appeal must be as prescribed in section 50 of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, viz.:
-
(a) Superior efficiency ; or
(b) equal efficiency combined with seniority.
Officers stationed in remote districts may forward appeals by telegraph. An appellant shall without delay forward a copy of his
appeal to the Chief Officer of the Department in which the vacancy exists.
Name.
Paarman, John-Frederick
Present Designation and
Station.
Salary on
Promotion.
Position to which Promoted.
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.
Telegraph Messenger, Post- Messenger, Correspondence Branch, Departmaster- General's Department,
ment of the Treasury, Central Staff, vice
Preston
S. M. Phingsthorne, transferred
Date of
Promotion.
9G.
14.4.27
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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.
Hosking, Ellen May ..
Mahony, Henry Francis
Wilce, William Henry
Victoria.
Senior Machinist (Female) (£220- £238),
Statistical Branch New office. (Certificate No. 27/507).
Investigation Officer (£384 -£510), Tariff Officer (L456-£528), Invoice and
Invoice and Investigation
Investigation Branch.
New office
Branch
(Certificate No. 26/2187)
Assistant Lightkeeper, Lady Searcher and Watehm.an, Shipping Branch,
Elliott Island, Lighthouse
vice H. W. Edington, promoted
Machinist (Female), Unattached
528
244
Branch
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.
Clerk (L258-£330), Naval Stores Clerk (£306-£384), Naval Stores Branch,
Branch, Navy Office
Garden Island, Sydney, vice A. Crisp,
318
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Raven, Edward Samuel
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
Technical Assistant, Grade 1, Technical Assistant, Grade 2, Third Division,
Third Division, Serum LaboraSerum Laboratories, Royal Park, vice J.
tories, Royal Park
Sutherland, resigned
420
14.4.27
McHenry, Corneiiows . .
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Central Staff.
Engineer, Chief Electrical Engi- Engineer, Chief Electrical Engineer's Branch,
user's Branch
(£474 -£546).. New office created (P.S.B.
Certificate No. 2363)
474
21.4.27
Ryan,",G. P.
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transferred
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PROMOTIONS -- continued..
Present Designation and
Name.
Salary on
Promotion.
Position to which Promoted.
Station.
.
.
,
Date of
Promotioi
£.
POSTMASTER -GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT--continued
New South Wales.
Assistant Superintendent, Mail Branch,
Sydney. New office created (P.S.B.
Certificate No. 58)
Overseer, Grade 2, Mail Branch (Registration), vice R. W. Horn, retired
Overseer, Grade 2, Mail Branch (Parcels),
vice W. E. Finney, "retired
Clerk, Electrical Engineer's Branch, Costing
Section, Goulburn, vice C. Tidswell,
promoted
Postmaster, Grade 1, Tooraweenah, vice,
J. M. Coulter, transferred
Assistant, Deniliquin, vice H. Gillespie,
retired
Postman, Neutral Bay, vice N. D. King,
transferred
Postman, William- street, vice H. A. Jones,
deceased
Telephonist, Telephone Branch, vice W. E.
Best, resigned
Telephonist, Hamilton,. vice E. L. Webb,
612
Telephonist, Kogarah, vice W. O. Gill,
promoted
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Telephonist, Petersham, vice S. Edmonds,
resigned
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Branxton Telephonist, West Maitland, vice C. L.
Peterson, promoted
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
{Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificat.. No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B.Certificate No. 27/326)
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Enfield . . Mail Officer, Mail Branch. New office
created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 27/336)
Postmaster, Grade 2, Byron Bay Postmaster, Grade 2, Young, vice A. H.
Nicholls, transferred
114
Fisher, Charles
Supervisor, Mail Branch
Beard, Conrad Arthur
Overseer, Grade. I , Mail Branch
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Kelly, John
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Overseer, Grade 1, Mail Branch
Kelly, William Patrick Joseph..
Clerk, Electrical
Branch, Lisutore
Jenkins, Albert Leopold Veness . .
Senior Postal Assistant, Bega
Ellis, Albert William
Telegraph Messenger, Deniliquin
..
Nicol, Kenneth Eric
. .
Telegraph Messenger, Gordon..
Ryan, William John ..
Junior
Assistant, Telegraph
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Woollahra
Wilding, Raymond Allen
West
Telegraph Messenger,
Wallsend
Telegraph Messenger, Lithgow .
Whit,.law, John Nelson
Allen, Douglas Gordon
Flatfnan, Bertie Cecil
Bartholomew, John Wyburn
Sharp, Leslie George
Engineer's
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Wallace, James Thomas
Callaughan, Francis Haddon
Farley, Arthur Phillip
Jukes, Thomas Arthur
Devine, John
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Steward, Richard Jackson
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Feeney, George Moore
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Orrell, Francis Joseph Hubert
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309
306
84
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96
19
212
84
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Postmaster, Grade 2, Birregurra
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Postmaster, Grade 3, Terang, vice T. A.
Dickson, transferred .
Pf
114
retired
114
96
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114
114
96
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McLernon, Thomas
PP
Queensland.
Weiske, Frederick
Postmaster, Grade 3, Roma ..
..
Kennedy, Thomas Alexander
Messenger, Electrical Engineer's
Williams, Septimus Edwin
Messenger, Electrical Engineer's
Brondell, Alfred Christian
Branch
Branch
Telegraph Messenger, Nanango
South
Stark, Frank Benzeville
Mullins, Patrick Joseph
Engineer, Electrical Engineer's
Branch, Adelaide
Telegraph Messenger, Telegraph
Branch
Postmaster, Grade 4, Bundaberg, vice F. W.
Boddington, retired
Assistant Storeman, Stores Branch, vice
C. W. Fletcher, promoted
Assistant Stoneman, Stores Branch, vice
J. S. McIntosh, promoted
Assistant Storeman, Stores Branch, vice
A. H. A. Drake, resigned
4ustralia.
Engineer (£474 £.546), Murray Bridge. New
office created P.S.B. (Certificate No. 1937)
Messenger, Electrical Engineer's. Branch,
vice J. E. Price, promoted
212
160
ff
474
21.4.27
84
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The notification appearing in the Gazette of 7th April, 1927, re H. B. Joens should read " H. B. Jones."
The salary on promotion of J. A. McGregor, vide notification appearing in Gazette of 24th March, 1927, should. read " £294" in lieu of
" £282."
The notification of provisional promotion of P. W. Mason appearing in Gazette of 7th April is amended in that date of promotion should
read " 17th March, 1927 ". in lieu of " 17th March, 1926."
The notification of provisional promotion of W. McLean appearing in Gazette of 24th March, is amended to read " vice S. M. Buttfield,
promoted."
The following provisional promotions have been confirmed
R. S. Wright and
D. Cathcart,
J. F.
:-
PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT.
H. V. S. Burgoyne, appearing in Gazette of 10th March, 1927.
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS:
Bradley and W. H. S. Wildy, appearing in Gazette of 17th March, 1927.
.
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
A. A. MoCleery, appearing in Gazette of 23rd December, 1926.
G. T. Alcorn, G. A. Hunter, P. Roekliff, C. W. Melrose, F. J. MoN. Gifford, M.J. Bolton, T. Riley, R. H. Howard, W. J. Woodcroft,
J. G. Caldwell, A. J. Gore, C. J. Darlison, F. J. Merrigan, R. Roche, C. N. Rodakis, H. Gordon, C. H. Rule; W. M. B. Powell, M. J. Gerraty,
J. V. O'Donnell, J. South, A. G. Wilson, and M. L. Durward, appearing in Gazette of 24th March, 1927.
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772
Commonwealth Gazette
OFFICES ABOLISHED, CREATED, ETC.
The Governor -General in Council has approved of the following
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.
:-
THOMPSON, CHARLES BARRY SULLIVAN, MICHAEL QUINN, HENRY
FRANCIS PAY, WILLIAM GIBBONS, ERNEST GEORGE PEARCE,
RICHARD ALBERT WATERSTON, ALBERT VICTOR PAVIOUR, JAMES
EDWARD LOWE, REES MORRIS, LESLIE CHARLES VIDLER,
THOMAS RICHMOND WILSON, PETER BEASHEL, FREDERICK CROPTON FITZGERALD, WILLIAM HECTOR FRICKER, SYDNEY HAROLD
JENKINS, WILLIAM JAMES MACKLEY, JOHN SUTHERLAND, ERNEST
LEACH, VERNON JOHN DORMAN, THOMAS SAMUEL ARTHUR
LORKIN, SYDNEY JAMES MILFORD, SIDNEY RICHARDS, HAYBURN
THOMSON, EDWIN STANLEY. DUSTING, CHARLES FRANCIS LAWLOR,
LEO GEORGE HARLEI: CUNNINGHAM, ERIC ATHERTON BENSON,
ARTHUR
SMITH,
THOMAS
BERTRAM
ERWIN ARMSTRONG,
EDWARD MACDONALD, THOMAS LESLIE ROBERTSON, VERNON
SMITH, WILTON GALBRAITH MCCOURT, CATHERINA CAROLINE
MCKAY, MARGARET ALICE WHITFIELD, IVY EDNA COON, ILSE
AUGUSTA DOERING, JANE FRANCES HANRAHAN, and Ross GRANT.
South Australia.
Exemption from Examination. -The system: of examination
not to be applied in relation to the appointment òf H. L.
THOMPSON as Mechanic (Lighthouse), District Head- quarters,
Lighthouse and Navigation Branches, which appointment has
been made on probation. -(Ex. Min. No. 57.)
HOME AND TERRITORIES DEPARTMENT.
FLETCHER GRIFFITHS, Assistant Director, Meteorological Branch, Central Staff, to be retired from
the Public Service as from the 29th April, 1927, upon attaining
the age of seventy years, under the Public Officers Retirement
Act 1903 (South Australia) and Commonwealth of Australia
Constitution Act,
Retirement.-RICHARD
.
:-
Alteration of Classification.. -Classification of office of Commonwealth Electoral Officer, Public Works Officer, and Deputy
Public Service Inspector, Third Division, Tasmania, occupied
by J. E. CATHIE, raised from £564-£61.2 to £582-£636.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
Reclassification of Position. -The classification of the office
of Entomologist, Third Division, Institute of Tropical
Medicine, Townsville, Queensland, occupied by F. H. Taylor,
raised from minimum £366, maximum £456 per annum to
minimum £420, maximum £510 per annum.-(Ex. Min.
Transfer of Offices. -The undermentioned vacant positions,
Commerce Branch, Department of Trade and Customs, are
transferred to the Department of Markets and Illigration
Chief Clerk, Third Division, vice E. J. MULVANY, transferred;
Clerk, Third Division, vice B. WARREN, promoted; Cheese and
Butter Grader, Third Division, Sydney, vice W. A. B. GIBSON, deceased; Typist, Fourth Division, Brisbane, vice M.
COLLINS, retired; Veterinary Officer, Grade 3, Third Division
(four positions) ; Meat Inspector, Grade 1, Fourth Division
(five positions).
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POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
No. 27.)
NEW SOUTH WALES.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND RAILWAYS.
Exemption front Provisions of Commonwealth Public Service
Act 1922 -24. -ERIC WILLIAM STODDART, Works Inspector,
Northern Territory, for a period not exceeding twelve months
from 14th April, 1.927.
_ Appointment on Probation Without Examination.-W. CLIVE
BRUCE, who is not an officer of the Commonwealth Service,
appointed on probation without examination as Quantity
Surveyor, Third Division, Public Works Branch, Queensland,
with salary at the rate of £456 per annum, to fill new office
created by Certificate No. 2084 of 19th November, ` 1926 ; appointment to take effect from 25th .March, 1927.
DEPARTMENT OF MARKETS AND MIGRATION.
Transfer of Officers. -The following officers of the Coinmerce .Branch, Department of Trade and Customs, together
with their positions, are transferred to the Department of
Markets and Migration : -PATRICK CARROLL, FRANK WIGAN,
MATTHEW WALLACE, WILLIAM ALLEN HERKES, WILLIAM LAFFAN,
ALEXANDER ERNEST EDMOND SHEEHAN, WILLIAM LESLIE ATKINSON, ERNEST FLORESTAIN RAMSKILL, THOMAS COGHLAN, JOHN
GRAHAM MCMILLAN, -ARTHUR BASIL THORPE, ALFRED DICKSON
ALLANSON, WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE WHITEHALL, PATRICK FRANCIS
QUIGLEY, RICHARD BUTCHER, HENRY JOHN MILLS, WILLIAM
THOMAS COX, ROBERT ALLEN, JOHN MURRISON DAVIDSON,
HENRY O'BOYLE, WILLIAM HENRY BLACKMORE FINNEY, FRANK
VERNON COLLINS, REGINALD HARRIMAN HExWOOD, JOHN JOSEPH
BOURKE, ROWLAND ARTHUR DOWLING, ERNEST JAMES TOMLIN,
HOWARD
RANKINE
TINNEY, EDWARD ALEXANDER MYLREA,
ROBERT ANTHONY PATTEN, DANIEL ALEXANDER CLYDE MCNICOL,
ROuEitr ARCHER BUGG, ALBERT STEPHEN VARY LEE, EDWARD
JOSEPH MYLES, DAVID ROBINSON, EDWIN HOLDEN, JOHN HOLLOWOOD, JAMES WILLIAM LANGFORD, ARTHUR JAMES BRIERLEY,
THOMAS MCAUSLAN, CECIL HARWOOD PRICE, WILLIAM HUNTER,
CHARLES FREDERICK WEST, RICHARD FRANCIS LowE, NORMAN
STEPHEN VICTOR BROWN, DAVID JOYCE, ANDREW JAMES BLACK,
JAMES LEYSLEY LACEY, JAMES PATRICK SHINNICK, HENRY
Ex. Min. No. 37.
Offices Created. -Cadet Engineer, Electrical Engineer's
Branch, £120 -£306 (ten positions) ; Telegraph Messenger,
Ungarie ; Postmaster, Grade 2, Central Concord ; Telegraph
Messenger, Central Concord; Phonogram Attendant, Grade 1,
Newcastle (two positions) ; Senior Telegraphist, Grade 2,
Albury, Third Division, £384-£402; Telegraphist, Fourth Division, Albury.
Offices Abolished. =Supervisor, Third Division, Albury, occupied by R. HAMILTON; Senior Telegraphist, Grade 1, Third
Division, Albury, occupied by W. H. PERCY; Telephonist,
Newcastle (two positions), last occupied by H. N. SUTHERLAND
and T. J. A. WRIGHT; Postmaster, Grade 2, Concord, occupied by S. E. JEFFREY; Telegraph Messenger, Concord, occupied by A. F. BROOKER; Telegraphist, Fourth Division, Lis more,, created by Certificate No. 1267 of 16th July, 1926.
Reclassification, of Office.-The classification of the office of
Postmaster, Bulli, last occupied by A. PARSONS, has been
lowered from Grade 2, Third Division, to Grade 1, Fourth
Division.
VICTORIA.
Engineer, Electrical Engineer's
Branch, £120 -£306 (two positions) ; Telephonist, Wycheproof.
QUEENSLAND.
Created. -Cadet Engineer,
Branch, £I20-£306 (three positions).
Offices
has-
(i)
Cancelled the following provisional promotions : -ERIC
ROGER WEBB, as notified in Gazette of 17th February, 1927 ; and FREDERICK WILLIAM PRICE, as
notified in Gazette of 27th January, 1927.
(ii) Confirmed
DOUGLAS
the
ROY
following
BRUCE
:-
provisional promotions
as notified in
MITCHELL,
.Gazette of 24th February, 1927; GEORGE ANDREW
HICKS, as notified in Gazette of 10th February,
.
Electrical
Engineer's
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Office Created. -Telegraph Messenger, Port Victoria.
Office A.bolished.- Telegraph Messenger, Glen.elg, last occu-
pied by
J. L.
MOLONEY.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
Abolished.- Senior Lineman, Eyre, last occupied by
H. E. TONKLIN ; Telegraph Messenger, Pingelly, last occupied
Offices
by
J. W.
PLANK.
PROMOTIONS-COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE ACT
The Public Service Board
.s
Created. -Cadet
Offices
1922 -1924.
1927; JOHN LOCK, as notified in Gazette of 3rd Feb1927 ; and ALBERT GEORGE WILKINSON, as
notified in Gazette of 25th November, 1926.
ruary,
.
(iii) Promoted REGINALD WILLIAMS,
Clerk, Chief of the
General Staff Branch, Army Head -quarters, Department of Defence, Central Staff, as Clerk (£366 -438) ,
Investigation Branch (Central Staff and Victoria) ,
Attorney -General's Department, with salary of £366
per ,annum, vice D. L. Roberts, resigned; to take effect
from 17th February,, 1927.
Commonwealth Gazette
No 36. --14th April, 1927
773
APPOINTMENTS, RETIREMENTS, AND
DISMISSALS.
Examination No, 1461,
FOR APPOINTMENT
-
The following appointments, retirements, and dismissals are
notified by the Public Service Board of Commissioners:
.
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.
CENTRAL STAFF.
Lighthouse Branch, Queensland.
Mechanic, Lighthouse, Fourth Division.-WILLIAm
HURDLET
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Victoria.
BURICHALL, AUBREY
South Australia.
THIRD DIVISION.
Cleric.-CHARLES
WILLIAM WOLSEY. HAROLD HILSDEN WARD,
LLOYD FRY, CLEMENT CHARLES ROLLAND, WILLIAM THEODORE
BROWN, EDWIN THOMAS HELSBY,
MMENZ, ROBERT LANCELOT
EDWARD WRIGHT, LELAND CARLYLE MITCHELL CHAPPELL, HER BERT ARTHUR LE CORNU, JOHN EDWARD RIDDELL.
RETIREMENTS.
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.
49.-MARY ANN MAGUIRE, Checker
Section
from 4th March, 1927.
Held 5th March, 1927.
THE candidates named hereunder were successful at the above
GROWCOCK.
FOURTH DIVISION.
Telegraph Messenger.-JOHN ANGUS
BERTRAM GOLDSWORTHY.
AS TELEGRAPH MESSENGER, BRISBANE AND
SUBURBAN POST OFFICES.
(Female) , as
examination.
Attention is directed to the conditions published in. the Commonwealth Gazette of 20th January, 1927.
The following should be noted
(1) Successful candidates will be eligible for appointment for
eighteen months, that is, until and including the lath
October, 1928 ; but if within that period a ,successful
candidate reaches the age of 16 years, he will thereupon
cease to be eligible for appointment, provided, however,
that a successful candidate who has reached the age Of
16 years may be appointed to a vacancy which occurred
prior to his reaching that age.
(2) Where two or more candidates secure the same number of
marks, their order of merit is determined by the number
of marks obtained for (a) Arithmetic, and (b) Handwriting, and, where these numbers are also equal, then
by ballot.
(3) Should a successful candidate change his address, he should
immediately notify the Commonwealth Public Service
Inspector, Union Bank Chambers, comer. Queen. and
Creek streets, Brisbane.
ei)
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.
New South Wales.
Section 86. -JoHN WALLACE LOVETT,
cer, as frone 21st July, 1927.
Wharf Examining
Va
Name.
to
Offi-
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.
Western, Australia.
Section 67.-ROBERT JAMES MCDONALD, Clerk, as from 31st
December, 1926.
POSTMASTER -GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
New South Wales.
Section 85. -EDWIN HENRY TAYLOR, Postmaster, as from
23rd March, 1927.
Section 86.- CUTHBERT RASPfsON BoUSFIELD, Postmaster, as
from 4th May, 1927.
Victoria.
Section 67.- JAMES WILSON, Senior Sorter, as from 28th
April, 1927.
Section 85.-GRACE TRENWITH HOLMAN, Supervisor (Telephone Traffic) , as from 17th May, 1927 ; and BRIDGET AGNES
BYRNE, Monitor, as from 17th April, 1927.
Queensland.
Section 67.-SAMUEL JOSEPH SYDES, Telegraphist, as from
30th April, 1927; and JAMES COOGAN, Senior Lineman, as
from 28th May, 1927.
á
Maximum Marks
Pass Marks
Murphy, Thomas
. .
Twin, Desmond Henry
Ilia, Harry
.
..
Lamb, Donald George . .
Farry, Leonard
. .
McVean, Patrick
..
Lawson, Kevin Cox ..
Allen, Noel Charles D.
Mitchell, Reginald James,
Hand, William John ..
Kluver, Leslie George..
Cairns, Stanley Herbert B.
Ash, James Henry
Savage, John Marks ..
Gillespie, Henry George H.
Paul, John Thomas
..
Paynter, Richard Edward G.
..
Scheiwe, Victor
Carroll, John Patrick
Lee, Richard William
Nugent, James Andrew
Hodge, Oswald William
Smith, Daniel Ramsay
DISMISSALS.
POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
New Soicth Wales.
Section 55.--KEVIN ERNEST FOLEY MILLER, Telegraph Messenger, as from 12th April, 1927.
Queensland.
Section 62.- CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM JONES,, Lineman, as
from 2nd April, 1927.
C. B. B. WHITE, Chairman,
Public Service Board of Commissioners.
EXAMINATIONS.
Examinations for Appointment as Telegraph Messenger
and as Telephonist.
T T is hereby notified, for general information, that persons
desirous of obtaining information as to the holding of
examinations for appointment as Telegraph Messenger or
Telephonist {Female) at towns other than those at which they
are resident should make application to the Commonwealth
Public Service Inspector in the capital city of the State
concerned. The Inspector will upon application forward_.frcm
time to time a list of the localities at which examination_ s for
the positions mentioned are to be held.
.
.
Solomon, William Harry
O'Keefe, Reuben James
Maughan, Henry Joseph.
Collins, William Walter
Wallin, Ansel Kenneth
Barron, William James
Smith, Alan Edward ..
Baldock, Francis Sydney
Finlayson, Andrew Charles J.
Dean, Arthur Edward ..
50
80
80
85
80
85
85
101
70
94
108
136
129
108
129
150
136
94
122
107
94
94
80
80
85
75
85
75
80
80
75
75
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80
85
.
75
..
80
75
75
80
80
75
75
75
65
80
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Tliistlethwaite, Robert Harris ..
Boorman, Arthur Newton
.
Martin, Alfred Phillip
Davies, Aubrey Meynall E.
..
Vine, John Grenier
..
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Wegener, Gerhard Theodore O.
Trueman, Eric Hilton S.
. .
McNamara, Clarence Michael ..
Anderson, James Andrew R. ..
Fitzgerald, James John
Smith, Eric John
. .
Hamilton, Mervyn Fairfax
Banks, Ronalçl
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Byrne, Thomas:.Richard
Caught, Frank
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129
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Howlett, Allan. Herbert
Barchard, Jóhn William
. .
Kavanagh, Alexander Bernard ..
Wood, Ronald Edgar ..
. .
Padgett, John Stephen
.
C. B. B. WRITE. Chairman,
Public Service Board of Commissioners
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101
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80
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EXAMINATION
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No. 1461--continued.
Esamination No. 1438.
To ENABLE RETURNED SOLDIERS
bi
Name.
c
«
Roberts, William Oswin
Rogers, John Henry
Barnes, Alexander William
May, Robert Arthur ..
Powell, Henry
.
Garvey, William Charles
Roche, Edwin Stanley
Dwyer, Adrian John
Youngberg, Cyril Arthur
Mahoney, Ivan John ..
Frisker, Charles William
Davidson, Joseph Cochrane
Day, Roy Edward
CIayworth, Clifford Herbert
Crilly, James
Murphy, William Kevin L.
Scott, Norman George..
Foster, John Leo
..
Frost, John William ..
Miskin, Norman William
Mill, William Henderson
Taylor, Cecil James
Gorman, Vincent Joseph
Pinder, John Malcolm
Woodrow, Henry Edward
Laing, Eric Robert ..
Griffiths, William Edward
Hudleston, Melville ..
Liddle, John Edward..
Pearson, James Francis
Findlay, John
..
Striven, Victor Robert M.
Turner, Cyril Jack
..
Blunt, Reginald John . .
Sykes, George Henry..
Walsh, James McManus
Mahon, Thomas Joseph
Flanagan, William Joseph
AS MOTOR CAR
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WHITE, Chairman,
Public Service Board of Commissioners.
C. B. B.
TO QUALIFY FOR APPOINTMENT
DRIVER, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Held 13th November, 1926, and Subsequent Dates.
THE following are the names of the candidates, in their
order of merit, who were successful at the above
examination.
Attention is directed to the conditions published in the
Commonwealth Gazette of 23rd September, 1926. It should
be noted that a successful candidate will cease to be eligible
for appointment upon attaining the age of 51 years.
If a successful candidate declines to accept an appointment
offered to him, or fails to reply within seven days to a communication from the Secretary, Commonwealth Public Service
Board, the Public Service Inspector, or the Chief Officer- respecting his nomination to the Public Service, his name may
he removed from the " Register of Persons Qualified for
Appointment."
Should a successful candidate change his address, he should
immediately notify the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Post Office- place, Adelaide.
Name of Candidate.
Total Marks.
Wjiite, Alfred Willis
..
Ginman, Benjamin Charles
Gurr, Kenneth William ..
473
470
469
458
446
422
419
403
393
378
361
346
Prior, Frank
..
Toombs, Horace Lawrence ..
Doolette, Dorham Phillip ..
Prisk, Oliver Henry
..
Spackman, Harold Edward
Matthews, William Edgar
Rodd.a, William Stephen ..
Hutchinson, Ernest Edmund
McDonald, Alfred
..
WHITE, Chairman,
Public Service Board of Commissioners.
C. B. B.
NOTIFICATION OF VACANCIES.
PPLICATIONS are invited from permanent offibérs of the
Commonwealth Public Service for promotion or transfer
to the positions named in the appended schedule. Where so
indicated, applications will also be received from officers of the
Public Services of the States and other persons.
Applicants should state fully their qualifications for the position
sought, and must, to ensure consideration, forward their applica..
lions to the officers indicated in the last column in time to reach
him not later than the appointed date.
In the case of applicants who are permanent officers of the
Public Service of the Commonwealth or of a State, the following particulars should be set out at the foot of the apL.
testimonals, or certificates should be forwarded.
originals are required they will be asked for.
If the
The range of salary indicates the classified value of a position, but appointments may be made at any salary within such
range.
.
plication:-
'Successful applications must comply with the provisions of
the Superannuation Act 1922-1924.
At offices where quarters are shown, a deduction at the rate
of 10 per cent. of the minimum salary of the position will.
be
made, unless otherwise stated. Particulars of existing quarters
"
Designation
Office or Branch
Age last birthday (in years)
Length of service (in years)
Salary (per annum)
Date of receipt of present salary
Other applicants should state full names, date, year, and
place of birth, and whether they are natural born or naturalized British subjects.
Copies only of diplomas, references,
-
are furnished merely for the information of officers. It is not
incumbent on Departments to provide quarters, which, if pro vided, may be wholly or partially withdrawn at any time.
Officers of the Commonwealth Public Service, who may be
transferred without promotion, as the result of an application
for an advertised vacancy, will be required to pay their own
expenses of removal unless the transfer comes within the conditions prescribed in Public Service Regulation No. 119.
._----
No.
7.75
Comxll.Onwéidth
_
Closing Date for
Receipt of
Applications.
Salary (exclusive of Child
Endowment).
Locality.
1927
may be granted.
.
I
36.-14th Aprii,
ing, if the applicant is married, those of his wife and family)
axeeed £3, when such allowance as the circumstances justify
Fares to locality of appointment of appointees who are not
permanent officers of the Commonwealth Public Service, will
not be paid by the Commonwealth unless such fares (inclidPosition and Division.
ï
-
.To 'vhoin Applications
must be forwarded.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND RAILWAYS.
Public WorkQ Branch.
.. 12th May, 1927
.
.
Division
(three
positions).
(2),
Melbourne
£222. to £474
Third
*Architect;
Brisbane (1)
Secretary; Depa rtment of
Works and Railways,
Melbourne
firm,
a
of
practising architccs
articles
with
satisfactory
age,
served
not
less
than
21
years
of
should
have
should
be
And
Applicants
or should be able to produce evidence of other adequate training. Particulars of experienée, qualifications, &c., should be furnished with
applications.
The selected applicants, provided they have completed a course of studyin architecture and other allied subjects at a recognized technical
school or other institution, will be paid not less than £294 per annum. Advancement beyond that amount to £384 per annum is attainable
by annual increments. Further advancement by increments to £474 per annum is dependent upon general efficiency as an Architect.
12th May, 1927 Secretary, Department of
.
£384 to £456
Sydney
*Works Supervisor, Third Division
Works and Railways,
Melbourne
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
Chief Qùarantine Officer
5th May, 1927
.
£292 to £300
*Engine-driver, Fourth Division, Fumigation Staff Berry's Bay,
(General), Department
Sydney
of Health, Customs
House, Sydney
Chief Quarantine Officer
Under 17, £84; at 17, 5th May, 1927
*Launch Boy, Fourth Division, Fumigation Staff Berry's Bay,
(General\, Department
£96 ; at 18, £114 ; at
Sydney
of Health, Customs
19, £138 ; at 20, £168
House, Sydney;
POSTMASTER- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
New South Wales.
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
.. £582 to £636.
..
District Inspector, Grade 2, Third Division, ' Narrabri
and Telegraphs, Sydney
Inspection Branch
District Allowance : Grade I.
21st April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
Buffi
.. £246 to £306
Postmaster, Grade 1, Fourth Division..
and Telegraphs, Sydney
Applicants must not be less than 21 years of age.
.. 21st April, 1927 Deputy Director, Piisti
.. £84 to £196
Phonogram Attendant (Female), Grade 1, Fourth Newcastle
and Telegraphs, SydDivision (two positions)
ney
28th April, 1927 Deputy. Director, Posts
£510 to £564
Postmaster, Grade 4, Third Division ..
Wagga Wagga
and Telegraphs, Sydney
28th April, '1927 Deputy Director, Poste
Coolamon
£318 to £402
Postmaster, Grade 2, Third Division ..
and Telegraphs, Sydney
Quarters -Six rooms.
Victoria.
.. £510 to £564
.. 21st April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
.. Hamilton
Postmaster, Grade 4, Third Division ..
and Telegraphs, Melbourne
Line Inspector, Fourth Division, Electrical En- Warragul
£324 to £396 (discre- 21st April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
and Telegraphs, Meltionary maximum,
gineer's Branch, Eastern District
bourne
£443)
21st April, 1927 Deputy. Director, Posts
Senior Lineman, Fourth Division, Electrical En- Daylesford .. £257 to £275
and Telegraphs, Melgineers' Branch, Western District
bourne
28th April, 1927 Deputy, Director, Posts
Postmaster, Grade 5, Third Division ..
Bendigo
£582 to £612
and Telegraphs, Melbourne
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
Melbourne
£474 to £510
Supervisor (City), Third Division, Mail Branch
and Telegraphs, Melbourne
Postmaster, Grade 3, Third Division ..
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
Richmond
.. £420 to £492
and Telegraphs, Mel -_
bourne
Quarters -Seven rooms.
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
Typist (Female), Grade 2, Fourth Division, Melbourne
.. £220 to £226
and Telegraphs, MelStores Branch
bourne
Applicants must be expert typists with a good knowledge of stores nomenclature and commercial practices as applied to Stores Branch
'
I
.
J
.
i
.
_
.
.
working.
Queensland.
.. £419 to £489
21st April, 1927
Deputy Director, Posts
and Telegraphs, Bris-
£318 to £402
21st April, 1927
bane
Deputy Director, Posts
and Telegraphs, Bris-
Clerk (in charge), Third Division, Accounts
Branch (Telegraph Accounts)
Brisbane
Postmaster, Grade 2, Third Division (three positions)
Proserpine,
Chillagoe,
Toogoolawah
bane
District Allowance- Proserpine, Grade IL ; Chillagoe, Grade III.
Quarters'- Prospepine; 4.rooìns ; Chillagoe, 5 rooms Tbogoolawah; 5.rooms.
This position is also open to officers of the State Publio Services and
soldiers and sailors with the necessary qualifications.
to other persons.
'
.
As amongst such applicants preference will be given to returned
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:
NOTIFICATION OF VACANCIES-continued.
Position and Division.
Locality.
Closing Date for
Salary {exclusive of Child
To whom Applications
must be forwarded.
Receipt of
Applications.
Endowment).
POSTMASTER- !GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT -- continued.
Postal Assistant, Grade 3, Fourth Division
..
Quoensiand-continued.
.. £268 to £284*
Warwick
Deputy Director, Posts
and Telegraphs, Brisbane
21st April,
Subject-to approval of relative section of classification.
.. Ipswich
.. £257 to £275
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
and Telegraphs, Brisbane
Telephone Inspector, Fourth Division, Electrical Brisbane
£360 to £396 (discre- 28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
(Inspection)
Engineer's Branch
tionary
maximum,
and Telegraphs, Bris£456)
bane
Western Australia.
Perth
.. £467 to £557
State Sectional Engineer, Third Division
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
and Twlegraphs, Perth
Senior Telegraphist, Grade 1 (Instructor), Third Perth
£354 to £384
28th April, 1927 Deputy Director, Posts
Division, Telegraph Branch
and Telegraphs, Perth
*
Senior Lineman, Fourth Division
'
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