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Thursday, 13 May 1915

The following papers were presented : - Census and Statistics Act 1905. - Regulations -Statutory Rules 1915, No. 50.

Defence. - Kanowna, alleged mutiny on s.s. -

Findings of the Court of Inquiry and the Minister's decision thereon.

Defence Act 1903-1914. - Regulations amended, &c. -

Statutory Rules 1915, No. 45.

Statutory Rules 1915, No. 46.

Statutory Rules 1915, No. 55.

Endeavour,loss of F.I.S. : Report of theCourt of Marine Inquiry.

Lands Acquisition Act 1906. - Land acquired under, at -

Cockburn Sound, Western Australia - For Defence purposes.

Amungula, Canberra, Ginninderra,

Goorooyaroo, Majura, Molonglo, Pialligo, Wallaroo, and Weetangera, partly in Federal Territory and partly in the State of New South Wales- For Federal Capital purposes.

Bherweree, County of St. Vincent, New South Wales (2)- For the establishment of a Port in connexion with the Seat of Government of the Commonwealth, and for Defence purposes.

Sydney, New South Wales- For Postal purposes.

Meteorology Act 1906. - Regulations - Statutory Rules 1915, No. 49.

Public Service Act 1902-1913.- PostmasterGeneral's Department - Appointment, of G. F. Chilton as Officer-in-Charge, Class E, Professional Division, Wireless Telegraph Station, Port Moresby.

Promotions -

Department of Home Affairs-H. W. Hilton, as Divisional Returning Officer, 3rd Class, Electoral Division of Angas.

Postmaster-General's Department -

A.   C. Joyce, as Clerk, 3rd Class, and H. O. Townsend, as Clerk, 4th Class, Chief Accountant's Office.

S.   Rankin, as Manager, 2nd Class, Electrical Engineer's Branch (Telephones), Queensland.

War Precautions Act 1914. - Regulation amended. - Statutory Rules 1915, No. 47.

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