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Thursday, 20 June 1912

MINISTERS laid on the table the fol lowing papers : -

Defence : Explanatory Memorandum, regarding

(a)   Universal Training Regulations for the Citizen Forces,

(b)   Proposed new Military Organization.

(c)   How the scheme of Re-organization affects National Regiments.

(d)   Remarks on retention of National Regiments.

Defence : Memorandum by the Minister for Defence relative to the arrangements which have been made for providing and training the personnel required to man the vessels that will form the Fleet Unit.

Industrial Trouble in Queensland : Application by the Executive Government of the State under Section ug of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution.

Issue of Railway Passes to Ex-Ministers : Circular to State Premiers.

Post and Telegraphic Act 1901 -

Amendment of Regulations for securing the Telegraph Lines or Works of the PostmasterGeneral from interference by House Removals or Other Works. - Statutory Rules inn, No. 192.

Amendment of Telephone Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1911, No. 194.

Amendment of General Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1911, No. 197.

Amendment of Postal Regulations - Statutory Rules 191 1, No. 203.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - StatuRules 1911, No. 214.

Amendment of Telephone Regulations. - Statutory Rules 191 1, No. 215.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 4.

Amendment of General Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 26.

Amendment of General . Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 27.

Amendment of General Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 35.

Amendment of General Postal and Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 35'

Amendment of General Postal and Telegraphic Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 45.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 46.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 64.

Amendment of Telephone Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 65.

Amendment of General Postal, Postal, and Telephone Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 66.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 69.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 70.

Amendment of Parcels Post Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 71.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 78.

Amendment of Telephone Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 79.

Amendment of General Postal Regulations. Statutory Rules 1912, No.

Amendment of Parcels Post Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 94.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 95.

Amendment of General Postal and Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No.

96.

Amendment of Postal Regulations. - Statutory Rules 1912, No. 97.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1905 -

Regulation. - Statutory Rules 1911, No. 216. Public Service Act 1902-1911 -

Documents in connexion with the following appointments and promotions, &c. -

Mr. PercyHowe to the position of Chief Clerk, First Class, Central Staff, Postmaster-General's Department.

Mr. Archibald*John" Christie to the position of Clerk in Charge, Second Class, Accounts Branch (Money Order), Postmaster-General's Department, New South Wales.

Reclassification of office of Manager (Telephones), Electrical Engineer's Branch, Postmaster-.General's Department, Victoria, and promotion of Mr. George Henry Morgan.

Mr. RitchieEagle to the position of Controller of Stores, Second Class, Postmaster-General's Department, New South Wales.

Mr. WilliamFrancis Ferguson to the position of Accountant, PostmasterGeneral's Department, South Australia.

Mr. ThomasFinlay to the position of Clerk, Third Class, Accounts Branch, Postmaster-General's Department, New South Wales.

Mr. AlexanderDonald Craig to the position of Engineer (in charge of Lines), Class C, Professional Division, Electrical Engineer's Branch, Postmaster-General's Department, New South Wales.

Mr. LeslieEdward Tilney to the position of Officer in Charge, Wireless Telegraph Station, Fremantle, Western Australia.

Messrs. Denis George Ryan and Thomas Patrick McKee to the position of Inspector, Third Class, PostmasterGeneral's Department, Queensland.

Mr. WilliamHenry .Barkley to the position of Chief Surveyor, First Class, Clerical Division, Central Staff, Department of Trade and Customs ; and Mr. Robert McKeeman Oakley to be classified as Chief Clerk, First Class, Clerical Division, Central Staff, Department of Trade and Customs.

Mr. JohnBanks to the position of Inspector, Clerical Division, Second Class, Landing Branch; Mr. Andrew Stewart to the position of Examining Officer, Clerical Division, Third Class, and Mr. John Areland Lees to the position of Examining Officer, Clerical Division, Fourth Class, Landing Branch, Department of Trade and Customs, New South Wales.

Mr. RobertWilliam Bell to the position of Clerk, Fourth Class, Clerical Division, Jerquer's Branch, Department of Trade and Customs, New South Wales.

Report on the Lighting of Bass Strait : Recommendations as to existing lights and additional lights, south-east coast of Victoria, by Commander C. R. W. Brewis, R.N.

Preliminary Report on the Lighting of the Coast of Tasmania and the Islands in Bass Strait, with recommendations as to existing lights and additional lights, by Commander C. R. W. Brewis, R.N.

Preliminary Report on the Lighting of the North Coast of Australia : Recommendations as to existing lights and additional lights ; and remarks on lighthouse service and coastal requirements, Northern Territory (Cape Wessel to Cape Fourcroy), by Commander C. R. W. Brewis, R.N.

Report on the Lighting of the North-east Coast of Australia (Torres Straits to Cape Moreton) : Recommendations as to existing lights and additional lights, by Commander C. R. W. Brewis, R.N. ,







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