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Wednesday, 15 November 1905


Senator PLAYFORD - The answer to the honorable senator's questions are -

1.   No. Occasionally, as in all other States, officers exercise the right conferred on them of appealing to the Public Service Commissioner against the decision of the Collector.

2.   The honorable senator is referred to the report of the Public Service Commissioner on the several matters referred to in debates in Parliament upon the Classification scheme, pages 12 to 14 and 23.

Some officers were unable to obtain leave, which, however, was given in every case in which the convenience of the public would permit. The deserving officers, to the number of 216, have since been rewarded by increases in salary. Strict instructions were issued some time ago that every officer was to get his annual leave.







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