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Wednesday, 14 April 1915

The following papers were presented -

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works -

Report, together with Minutes of Evidence and Appendix, relating to the proposed storage and regulating reservoir, Upper Queanbeyan River.

Ordered to be printed.

Audit Act1901-1912 - Regulations amended- &c-

Statutory Rules1914, Nos.84 and 101

Statutory Rules 1915, Nos. 21 and 23.

Commonwealth Bank Act 1911 - True cop of Aggregate Balance Sheet of Common wealth Bank of Australia at 31st Decem ber, 1914; together with Auditor-General Report thereon.

Contract Immigrants Act 1905. - Returnfor 1914, respecting contract immigrants ad mitted or refused admission intothe Com monwealth, &c.

Defence Act1903-1912 - Regulation; amended, &c. -

Statutory Rules 1914, Nos. 178, 179 180, 181, 186.

Statutory Rules 1915, Nos. 15,26, 27 20, 30, 33, 34, 36.

Defence and CommonwealthGovernment Small Arms Factory - Report for periodended 30th June, 1913.

Dominions Royal Commission. - Minutesof Evidence taken inSouth Africa -

Part I.

Part II.

Electoral Act 1902-1911, and Referendum (Constitution Alteration) Act 1906-1911 - Regulations. - Statutory Rules1916. No. 40.

Estate Duty Assessment Act 1914 - Regula tions - Statutory Rules 1915, No. 14. Immigration Act 1901-1912. - Returnfor 1914 showing- (a) Persons refused admission to the Commonwealth; (b) Person who passed the dictation test; (c) Per sons admitted withoutbeingaskedto pasthe dictation test; (d) Departuresof coloured persons from the Commonwealth

Inscribed Stock (Commonwealth) Act 1911- 1913 - Dealings and transactions during year ended 30th June. 1914.

Lands Acquisition Act 1906. -

Regulations.- Statutory Rules 1915, No. 11 Land disposed of -

Old King's Warehouse on the Customs Reserve, Quay-lane, Rock hampton, Queensland - Leased to A. W. Kirby and Company Limited.

Grazing rights of portion of Rifle Range at Echuca, Victoria - Leased to George Frederick Cleland and Henry Little.

Land acquired under, at -

Arncliffe, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Balaklava, South Australia - For Defence purposes.

Bathurst, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Land acquired under, at - continued.

Baulkham Hills, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Bulli, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Cobden, Victoria - For Defence purposes.

Glen Lnnes, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Horsham, Victoria/ - For Defence purposes.

Irymple, Victoria - For Postal purposes.

Junee, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Kew, Victoria - For Defence purposes.

Leederville, Western Australia - For Defence purposes.

Leichhardt, New South Wales (two) - For Defence purposes.

Millicent, South Australia - For Defence purposes.

Moonta, South Australia - For Defence purposes.

Mullumbimby, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Murwillumbah, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Narrogin, Western Australia - For Defence purposes.

Petersburg, South Australia (two) - For Defence purposes.

Port Augusta, South Australia (two) - For Railway purposes.

Quambatook, Victoria - For Postal purposes.

Sea Lake, Victoria - For Postal purposes.

Subiaco, Western Australia - For Defence purposes.

Tamworth, New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Willyama (Broken Hill), New South Wales - For Defence purposes.

Wyalong, New South Wales- For Defence purposes.

Naturalization Act 1903. - Return of number of persons to whom naturalization certificates were granted during 1914:

Naval Defence Act 1910-1912 -

Regulations amended. &c. -

Statutory Rules 1915, No. 4.

Northern Territory - Ordinances of 1915 -

No. 1 - Licensing.

No. 2 - Birds Protection.

Papua - Ordinances of 1914 -

No. 7 - Lands Acquisition.

No. 12 - Marriage.

No. 14- Pearl, Pearl-Shell, and Bechedemer.

No. 16 - Supplementary. Appropriation Ordinance 1913-1914, No. 3.

No. 17 - Education.

No. 19- Excise.

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works -

Report, together, with; Minutes of Evidence ana Appendices, on the question of the. Construction of a Main Sower for the City of. Canberra.

Post and Telegraph Act 1901-1913.- Regulations amended, &c. -

Statutory Rules 1914, Nos. 151, 152, 162, 163, 184, 165, 169, 173, 177, 183, 184.

Statutory Rules 1915, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 10, 13, 16, 19, 20, 32. 3d. Public Service Act 1902-1913- Appointments, Promotions, &c. -

Attorney-General's Department -

J.   W. O'Halloran - Appointment as Principal Registrar of the High Court, Class A, Professional Division.

Department of Home Affairs -

L.   Little - Promotion as Clerk, 4th Class, Lands and Survey Branch.

Postmaster-General's Department -

W.   F. Ferguson - Position as Chief Clerk, 1st Class, Correspondence and Records Branch, Perth.

W.   H. Leck - Promotion as Postmaster, Grade IV., 3rd Class, Coonamble, New South Wales.

W.   H. Holloway - Appointment as Officer in charge, Class E, Professional Division, Wireless Telegraph Station, Flinders Island.

S.   A. T. M. Macrow - Promotion as Postmaster, Grade II., 2nd Class, Deniliquin, New South Wales.

S.   G. McFarlane - Promotion as Accountant, 2nd Class, Accounts Branch, Perth, Western Australia.

M.   Mortimer - Appointment as Officer in Charge, Class E, Professional Division, Wireless Telegraph Station, Geraldton, Western Australia.

S.   Morris - Promotion as Inspector, 3rd Class, Inspection Branch, New South - Wales.

R.   E. Munster - Appointment as Draughtsman, Class F, Professional Divwion. Electrical Engineer's Branch, Melbourne;

E.   J. S. Parkinson - Promotion as Inspector, 2nd Class, Inspection and Inland Mail Branch, Bendigo District, Victoria.

W.   A. Varley-Promotion as Inspector, 2nd Class, Inspection Branch, New South Wales.

Department of Defence -

T.   T. Pearson - Promotion, as Clerk, 4th Class, Central Staff.

F.   G. Shedden - Promotion as Clerk, 4th Class. Central Staff.

Regulations amended, Stc. -

Statutory Rules 1914, No. 187.

Statutory Rules 1915, Nos. 6, 7, 6,

12, 37, 38.

War, European -

Diplomatic Correspondence published by the Belgian Government.

Correspondence respecting events leading to the rupture of relatione with Turkey.

Correspondence regarding gifta from the Oversea Dominiona and Colonies.

Despatch from His Majesty's Ambassador at Petrograd re temperance measures adopted in Russia.

War, European - continued.

Letter of 31st July,1914, from the President ofthe French Republic to the King respecting the European Crisis, and His Majesty's reply of 1st August, 1914.

War Precautions Act 1914. - Regulations - Statutory Rules 1915, Nos. 28 and 31.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1905. - Regulations amended, &c. -

Statutory Rules1914, Nos. 155, 156, 170.

Statutory Rules 1915, No.9.







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