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Friday, 2 July 1915

Surveyors and Engineers: Construction of Tugboat. Mr. BT7RCHELL asked the Assistant Minister representing the Minister of Defence, upon notice -

Will the Minister supply the following information : -

(a)   The name of each surveyor and engineer employed at Henderson Naval Base?

(6)   The duties performed by each individual officer? (c) The salary paid in each case?


Mr JENSEN - Appended hereunder is list showing names of the engineers and surveyors employed at Henderson Naval Base, together with their duties and salaries: - "Name, Designation, Rate of Pay, and Duties. E. Campbell, Naval Civil Engineer and Officer in Charge, ?475 per annum, Officer in charge of works and superintending engineer, dredging and dredging plant. W. Walton, Naval Civil Engineer, ?450 per annum, construction generally. J. R. V. Williams, Naval Civil Engineer, ?450 per annum, engineering data, marine and land.

J.   P. Stanley, Assistant Engineer, 15s. per day, engineering data, marine and land. C. H. J. Anderson, Mechanical Engineer, ?450 per annum, machinery and plant generally. W. Mitchell, Surveyor, 15s. per day, general land survey work. J. G. Allan, Assistant Surveyor, 15s. per day, general land survey work.

Mr. BTJRCHELLasked the Assistant Minister representing the Minister of Defence, upon notice -

1.   Whether the tugboat to bo constructed for tlie Henderson Naval Base is to be built at Cockatoo Island Dockyard?

2.   If so, has a commencement been made with the construction?


Mr JENSEN - The answers to the honorable member's questions are - J. This has not yet been decided.

2.   No.

2.   No.







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