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Wednesday, 7 July 1920


Mr RILEY (for Mr. Blakeley) asked the Prime Minister, upon notice -

1.   How many clerical positions have been filled by those candidates who passed the Commonwealth Public Service clerical examination held on the 14th and 15th November, 1918, in New South Wales?

2.   How many still remain on the registered list for appointment?

3.   How many clerical examinations have been held since November, 1918, for persons outside the Service, and how many appointments have been made from such lists of successful candidates ?

4.   How many clerical examinations have been held for certain classes of officers within the Service since November, 1918, and how many appointments have been made from these lists?

5.   How many clerical examinations have been held for returned soldiers since November, 1918, and how many have been appointed to clerical positions from such lists?

6.   How many returned soldiers have been placed in permanent clerical positions exclusive of any examinations since November, 1918?

7.   Does the Government intend to appoint the remaining registered candidates who qualified in November, 1918, and whose appointments have been suspended, before the date of expiration, viz., 5th August, 1920?

8.   If not, will the Government extend the time for eligibility of appointment to all the remaining successful candidates, to give them an opportunity of appointment?







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