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Tuesday, 28 June 1921

The following papers were presented: -

Arbitration (Public Service) Act - Determinations by the Arbitrator, &c. -

No. 1 of 1921. - Australian Postal Linemen's Union.

No. 2 of 1921 (Basic Wage, &c.).- Commonwealth Public Service Clerical Association, Post and Telegraph Association, Commonwealth Postmasters' Association, Australian Letter Carriers' Association, Federated Public Service Assistants' Association, Postal Electricians' Union, Postal Linemen's Union, Commonwealth Public Service Artisans' Association, General Division Union of the Trade and Customs Department, General Division' Telephone Officers' Association, Postal Sorters' Union, Line Inspectors' Association, and the Meat inspectors' Association.

No. 3 of 1921. - Commonwealth Medical Quarantine Officers' Association.

Audit Act -

Transfers of amounts approved by the Governor-General in Council - Financial Year 1920-21- Dated 11th May, 1921, 1st June, 1921, and 22nd June, 1921.

Transfers approved by the GovernorGeneral in Council of Amounts from any Item to any other Item of the same Subdivision of . the Estimates of Expenditure 1920-21- Dated 15th June, 1921.

China - Correspondence respecting New Financial Consortium. (Paper presented to British Parliament).

Customs Act. - Proclamations -

Dated 12th May, 1921.- Revoking Previous Proclamation relating to the Exportation of Meat.

Dated 17 th May, 1921-Revoking Previous Proclamation relating to the Exportation of Butter.

Dated 17th May, 1921- Prohibiting Exportation (except under certain Conditions) of "Buck" Currants.

Defence Act. - Regulations amended. - Statutory Rules 1921, Nos. 86, 94, 95, 96, 99, 100, 103, 108, 113, and 114.

Income Tax Assessment Act. - Regulations amended.- Statutory Rules 1921, No. 112.

Lands Acquisition Act. - Land acquired for Postal Purposes at Berri, South Australia.

New Guinea. - Ordinance No. 6 of 1921. - Expropriation.

Northern Territory - Annual Report of Acting Administrator for year ended 30th June, 1920.

Northern Territory. - Ordinance No. 6 of 1921.- Supreme Court.No.(2)of

Papua. - Ordinances of 1920 -

No. 10. - Justices.

No. 11. - Registrations (Nationals' Property).

No. 12.- Health.

No. 13. - Supplementary Appropriation (No. 3)1919-20.

No. 14.- Trust Fund Advances.

No.15.- Criminal Code Amendment.

No. 17.- Customs (Export) Tariff.

No. 18. - Private Tramways.

No. 19. - Post and Telegraph.

No. 20.- Supply (No. 3) of 1920-21.

No. 21. - Appropriation 1920-21.

No. 22. - Supplementary Appropriation (No. 1) 1920-21.

Post and Telegraph Act. - Regulations amended. - Statutory Rules 1921, Nos. 64, 72, 83, 90, 91, and 82.

Public' Service Act? -

Appointments, Promotions, &c. -

Attorney-General's Department - R. S. Browne, G. M. Evans.

Department of the Treasury - C.H. Brown, F. G. Duesbury, R. R. O'Brien, H. W. Waters, P. A. Edwards, S. F. Whittington. Department of Trade and Customs - W. H. Brewer.

Postmaster-General's Department -

G.   W. Bingham, F. G. Hayward. Prime Minister's Department--F. Strahan. Regulations amended. - Statutory Rules 1921, Nos. 89, 101, 102, 107, and 111. Public Works Committee Act. - Sixth General Report.

Taxation. - Seventh Annual Report of the Commissioner, Years 1916-17 to 1919-20.

Treaty of Peace (Germany) Act. - Regulations amended. - Statutory Rules 1921, No. 109.

War Service Homes Act -

Land acquired -

New South Wales - Alexandria, Balmain, Goulburn, Granville (three notifications), Greenwich, Kiama, Tam worth, Waratah (three notifications) , Windsor, Wollongong, Yass. Victoria- Beech Forest, Carnegie.







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