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THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, VIZ.: *

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30t h JUNE, 1902;

AND

FOR ARREARS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30t h JUNE, 1901.

HOPETOUN,

Governor-General. Message No. 86.

In accordance with the requirements of Section fifty-six of the Constitution of the Common≠ wealth of Australia, the Governor-General transmits to the House of Representatives Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending the thirtieth day of June, One thousand nine hundred and two, and Estimates of Expenditure for Arrears for the period ended thirtieth day of June, One thousand nine hundred and one in lieu of Estimates transmitted on 8th October, 1901, under Message, USTo. 22, and recommends an Appropriation of the Consolidated Revenue Fund accordingly.

Melbourne, 23rd April, 1902.

(Laid on the Table, and ordered by the House to be printed, 23rd April, 1902.)

[Cost of Papers. * Preparation, not given; 1,500 copies ; approximate cost of printing and publishing, £173.]

Printed and Published for the G o v er n men t of the Co mmo n w ea l t h of A u st r a l ia by R o bt . S. B r a in , Government Printer for the State of Victoria.

B 3 (& B 4). *F.4561.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30t h JUNE, 1902.

A BS TRA CT.

1901 -2 . Transferred Expenditure.

Total. Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of Transfer.Increase. Decrease.

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS £ 98,500 £

92,400

£ 6,100

£ £

6,100

£

VOTES

Additions, New Works, and Buildings 61,750 61,750

I. *The Parliament ... 30,882 30,882

II. *The Department of Exter≠ nal Affairs 36,446 32,846 3,600 3,600

III. *The Attorney-General *s Department 6,200 6,200

IV. *The Department of Home Affairs 144,124 46,890 97,234 97,234

V. *The Department of the

Treasury

39,209 39,209

"

VI. *The Department of Trade and Customs 258,870 3,150 255,720 252,634 3,086

V II. *The Department of De≠ fence 937,212 49,842 887,370 861,080 26,290

V III. *The Postmaster-General *s Department 2,339,290 5,610 2,333,680 2,291,139 42,541

TOTAL VOTES ... 3,792,233 214,629 3,577,604 3,505 687 71,917

TOTAL ESTIMATES OF EX≠

PENDITURE FORTHE YEAR ENDING 30t h JUNE, 1902... 3,952,483 368,779 3,583,704 3,505,687 78,017

* Transferred. * *Other. * Total.

£ £ £

Special Appropriations ... ... 6,100 .. 92,400 .. 98,500

Additions New Works and Buildings ... 6l,V&0 .. 61,750

Votes ... ... ... %†âˆ‘%† 3,577,604 ... 214,629 .. 3,792,233

Total Year 1901-2 ... 3,583,704 ... 368,779 .. 3,952,483

Arrears Half-year ended 30th June, 1901 ... .... 312,023

Total Expenditure provided for ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ £4,264,506

Commonwealth Treasury, 23rd April, 1902.

GEORGE TURNER,

Treasurer.

1

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 tli June , 1902. 5

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS.

Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act * Section 3. *Salary of the Governor-General ... ... ...

Section 48. *Allowances to Senators ... ... ...

Section 48. *Allowances to Members of the House of Representatives Section 66. *Salaries of Ministers of State ... ... ...

Other. Expenditure.

£

10,000 14,400 30.000 12.000

i Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

Section 84. *Pensions and Retiring Allowances * State of New South Wales ...

State of Victoria ... ...

State of Queensland ... ...

State of South Australia ...

3,000 1,900 650 550

Act No. 4 of 1901. * Audit Act 1901 * Section 4. *Salary of Auditor-General, at £1,000 (six months) Act No. . *Commonwealth Public Service Act *

Commissioner ... ... ... ... ... ...

Six inspectors ... ... ... ... ... ...

Act. No. . *

Interest on £500,000 at 3 per cent, per annum ... ...

Act No. 3 of 1902 *Coronation Celebration Act ... ...

500

250 400

1,500 23,350

92,400 6,100

Total Spec ia l Appr o pr ia t io n s £98,600

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

409

I-THE PARLIAMENT.

1901-2.

Other Expenditure,

£

THE SENATE ... ... ... ... ... ... 6,880

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES .. ... ... 9,003

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF ... ... ... 7,666

THE LIBRARY ... ... ... ... ... ... 2,696

REFRESHMENT ROOMS ... ... . .... ... 1,050

WATER POWER FOR PARLIAMENT HOUSE . ... 300

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, ETC. ... .. ... ... 1,162

PARLIAMENT GARDENS .. ... . .. ... 532

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... ... ... ... ...1,593

Total ... .. ... ... ... 30,882

Total Parliament: * As above ... ... ... ... £30,882

Travelling Expenses (See Division No. 21) ... 10,000

Printing for Parliament (See Division No. 24)... 29,871 Works and Buildings (See Division No. 20) ... 1,390

£72,143

8 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 80th June, 1902.

I. *THE PARLIAMENT.

Number of Persons. *™ 901-2.

1901-2. Other

D iv isio n No . 1.

Expenditure.

THE SENATE. .

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. £

1 The President ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,100

1 The Chairman of Committees ... ... ... ... 500

1 Clerk of the Parliaments ... ... ... ... ... 900

1 Clerk Assistant ... ... ... ... ... ... 750

1 Usher of the Black Rod and Clerk of Select Committees ... ... 550

1 Clerk of the Papers ... ... ... ... ... 360

1 Shorthand Writer and Typist ... ... ... ... 160

1 Housekeeper and Doorkeeper* ... ... ... ... 180

1 Special Messenger ... ... ... ... ... ... 170

3 Messengers, at £168 ... ... ... ... ... . 504

12 5,174

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Sessional Messengers ... ... ... ...

Temporary Clerical and other Assistance ... ...

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ...

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ...

Allowances to Office Cleaners ... ... ... ...

Select Committees *Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses

Total Division No. 1

626 60 300 120 150 250 200

1,706

6,880

-----------!

Number of Persons.

1901-2.

______ | Div isio n N o . 2.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies .

1 The Speaker ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 The Chairman of Committees ... ... ... ...

1 : Clerk of the House of Representatives ... ... ...

1 Clerk Assistant ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 Second Clerk Assistant, to 7th July (office abolished as from 8tlr

July, 1902) ... ... .∑∑ ... ... ...

1 Serjeant-at-Arms and Clerk ot * Committees ... ... ...

1 | Clerk of Papers and Accountant ... ... ... ...

1 | Clerk of Records ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ... ... ...

1 Assistant Clerk of Committees and Reading Clerk ... ...

1 Assisiant Reading Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

1 Junior Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

1,100 500 900 750

12

550 420 350 300 200

60

i 1 | Carried forward ...

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.

5,142

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 9

I. *T h e Pa r l ia men t *continued.

Number of 1901-2

Persons.

D iv isio n No . 2.

$01-?.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Other

Expenditure.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

£

11 Brought forward ... ... ...5,142

Ser jea n t -a t -Ar ms St a f f .

1 Housekeeper* ... ... ... ... ... ... 275

1 Head Doorkeeper ... ... ... ... ... 204

4 Senior Doorkeepers, at £188 ... ... ... ... 752

5 Junior Doorkeepers, at £156 ... ... ... ... 780

11 2,011

*22 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ...7,153

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Sessional Messengers ... ... ... ... ... ... 25

Temporary Clerical and other Assistance ... ... ... ... 50

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ... ... 300

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... 100

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... 245

Allowances to Office Cleaners ... ... ... ... ... ... 980

Select Committees *Expenses, including Allowances to Witnesses ... ... 50 Telephone Service ... ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 100

1,850

Total Division No. 2 ... 9,003

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Number of Persons. D iv isio n N o . 3.

1901-2.

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

* Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

1 Principal Parliamentary Reporter ... ... ... ... 700

1 Second Parliamentary Reporter ... ... ... ... 600

8 Parliamentary Reporters, at £500 ... ... ... ... 4,000

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ... .∑∑ 200

1 Attendant ... ... ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ 156

12 5,656

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies. Sessional Typists, at £ 4 10s. per week ... ... ... ∑∑. ∑∑∑ 1,450

Emergency Shorthand Writing and Typewriting ... ... ... ... 200

Hire of Typewriting Machines ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 80

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ 125

Travelling Expenses... ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑%† 100

Incidental Expenses... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 55

2,010

Total Division No. 3 ... 7,666

Number of Persons.

D iv isio n N o . 4.

1901-2. THE'LIBRARY.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies. 1 The Librarian ... ... ... ... %†âˆ‘%† %†âˆ‘∑ 400

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ∑%†. .∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 188

1 Messenger ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 188

3 Carried forward ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 776

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water.

10 Estimate* of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

I. *T h e Pa r l ia men t *- continued.

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 4,

THE LIBRARY.

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

£

Brought forward ... ... ... ... 776

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Books and Bookbinding ... ... ... ... ... .. 500

Stationery ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 50

Postage and Telegrams ... ... , . ... ... ... 900

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... 150

Allowance to Charwoman ... ... ... .. ... ... 60

Temporary Assistance ... ., ... ... ... ... 260

1,920

Total Division No. 4 ...2,696

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

D iv isio n No . 5.

R ef r esh men t Ro o ms.

Subdivision No. 1.

Towards Wages of Staff and Temporary Waiters ... ... ... .. 500

Supply of Goods for Stockdn-Trade ... ... ... ... ... 500

Allowance to Controller ... ... .. ... ... ... 50

Total Division No. 5 ...1,050

D iv isio n No . 6.

Water Power for Parliament House, required for the following purposes: *The protection of the Parliament Buildings from fire; working the Senate lift, the lift to the Library corridors, and the Kitchen lift; and also for working the machinery for the Ventilation of the Chamber of the House of Representa≠ tives and adjoining rooms ... ... ... ... ... ... 300

D iv isio n No . 7.

- - -

. El ec t r ic Lig h t in g , et c .

Subdivision Ho. 1.

Railway Department *Annual Charge for use of Electric Light Station House, Cable, &c. ... .... ... ...... ... ... ... ... 962

Electric Light Globes, <,tc. . . . . . . . . . . ..... ... ... ... 200

_ ... ... Total Division No. 7 ...1,162

Number of j D^ION No. 8. Persons. |

I Pa r l ia men t Ga r d en s.

1901-2. * "

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. 1 i Foreman Gardener ... ... ... . .. ... %† 168

2 1 Gardeners, at £132 per annum ... ... ... ... 264

3 __ 1

432

Subdivision No. 2. *Co n t in g en c ies. .

Incidental Expenses . .. . .. ... . . . . . . ...100

Total Division No 8 532

413

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 11

I. *T h e Pa r l ia men t *continued.

Number of 1901-2,

Persons

1901-2. SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES * continued.

Other

Expenditure

£

JO IN T HOUSE COMMITTEE.

D iv isio n No . 9.

M isc el l a n eo u s.

Subdivision No.1. * S a l a r ies.

1 Engineer .. 210

1 Assistant Engineer ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 156

1 Lift Attendant .. 52

1 Housekeeper .. ... ... ... ... ... 25

4 443

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Fuel and Gas ... .. 800

Incidental Expenses ... .. . ... ... ... ∑∑. ∑∑ 350

1,150

Total Division No. 9 ...1,593

Total Parliament ∑∑∑ ∑∑ ∑∑∑ 30,882

%†

/

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902.

415

13

II *THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

1901 -2 ,

*

Total. Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Depart≠ ments as at the Time of

their Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

ADMINISTRATIVE ..................... 7,777 7,777

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 3,240 3,240

ADMINISTRATION OF NEW

GUINEA ... ... ... 20,000 20,000

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC

ISLANDS ... ... ... 4,534 934 3,600

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... 895 895

36,446 32,846 3,600

14

II * THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

Estima tes of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

3n umber of Persons.

1901-2. D iv isio n N o . 10.

ADMINISTRATIVE.

1901 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Departments as

at the Time of

their Transfer to the Common≠ wealth.

£ £

1 1 1 j

1 4

1 1 1 1

1 1

1

15.

Subdivision No. 1. Sa l a r ie s.

Secretary ... ... ... ... ... ...

Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

Secretary to Prime Minister ... ... ... ...

Senior Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *one at £260, two at £100 (one from 1st October,

1901, and one from 1st February, 1902), one at £50 from 1st February, 1902 ... ... ... ... ...

Record Clerk ................. " ~ ... " 77" *ì7*ì ........ " *7.7

Correspondence Clerk at £175, to 16th February, 1902 ... ...

Despatch Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

Chief. Messenger.-. .................... ..... ~ ... ... ...

Messenger ... ... ... .... ... ...

Junior Messenger (Sydney Office) at £39 to 31st December, 1901, and at £50 from 1st January, 1902 ... ... ...

Housekeeper (Sydney Office) ** ... ... ... ...

800 600 450 300

398 240 112 120 175 130

45 52

3,422

Subdivision No. 2. C o n t in g en c ies.

Telegrams ... ∑∑∑ " ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Temporary Assistance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %† ∑

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ∑%†%† ∑%†

Incidental Expenses ... ∑∑%† ... ∑∑∑ %† %†

Printing (General) ... ... %† ∑ %† ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ %† %† ∑ ∑

Printing Commonwealth Gazette ... ... ... ∑∑

Living Allowances incurred ... ... ... ... ∑ ∑

Expenses, of .Removal of. Officers Jbo .Melbourne ..... ---------- ________ ∑.∑ Immigration Restriction Act *Interpreters * Fees and other Expenses

Total Division No.

1,500 250 170 300 250

175

1,350 50 110 200

4,355

10 7,777

D iv isio n N o . 11.

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Number of Persons.

3901-2.

Subdivision No. 1. Sa l a r ie s.

1 Secretarv to the Representatives of the Government in the

Senate ... ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 Clerk to the Federal Executive Council ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

3 Total Sa l a r ie s (carried forward) ...

400 150 325

875

* With quarters, fuel, light, and water,

15 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f Ex t er n a l A f f a ir s *continued

1901-2. Expenditure ! solely for the I Maintenance or Departments as at the time of

their Transfer to the Common≠ wealth. 1

D iv isio n LNo. 11.

Other

Expenditure.

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUXOIL * continued. £ £

Brought forward ... ... ...875

Subdivision No. 2. C o n t in g en c ies .

Official Printing, Stationery, Travelling, Telegrams, and other Incidental Expenditure for Governor-General ... ... ... ... ...

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ... ...

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ...

Temporary Clerical Assistance ... ... ... ... ...

Living Allowance incurred ... ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses of Honorary Ministers, being for actual expenses incurred...

2,000 50 100 105

10

100

2,365

Total Division No. 11 ...3,240

D iv isio n No. 11 a .

ADMINISTRATION OF NEW GUINEA ... ... ... ... 20,000

D iv isio n No . 11b.

MAIL SERVICE TO PACIFIC ISLANDS.

Subsidy towards Mail Service to New Hebrides, Banks, Santa Cruz, and Solomon Groups, at £3,600 per annum ... ... ... ... ...

Additional Subsidy from 1st November, 1901, at £400 per annum, to be granted on condition that black labour is not used (£266 13s. 4d.) ... ...

Additional Subsidy for extension of the services, at £2,000 per annum, from 1st March, 1902 (£666 13s. 4d.) ... ... ... ... ...

267

667

3,600

Total Division No. 11 b ... 934 3,600

D iv isio n No . 12.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Federal Flag and Seal Competition ... ... ... ... ...

Expenses of Representation of Commonwealth at Historical Science Congress, Rome, and in procuring information from Historical Record Offices, Europe Expenses in connexion with the Imperial Court of Appeal Conference ... Expenses in connexion with Dr. Maxwell *s Report on the Cane Sugar Industry

of Australia .. ... ... ... ... ... ...

. 500

221 16

158

Total Division No. 12 ... 895

f

Total D epartment of External Affairs ...

32,846 3,600

36,446

<; '

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 17

III. *THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

1901 -2 .

*

Other

Expenditure.

£

SECRETARY *S OFFICE ... ... ... 3,200

CROWN SOLICITOR AND HIGH COURT 3,000

6,200

*ì.4561. B

18 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 tli June, 1902.

Ill-THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

Number of

1901-2,

Persons. Other

Expenditure.

1901-2.

D iv isio n No. 13. ∑

SECRETARY *S OFFICE.

Subdivision No. 1. *Sa l a r ies.

£

1 Secretary and Parliamentary Draftsman ... ... ... 750

1

Allov ance for extra duties ... ... ... ... ... 50

Chief Clerk and Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman ... ... 500

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 80 1 Messenger ... ... ... ... ... ... 120

4 1,500

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies.

Books 900

Printing 200

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ... ... 200

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 200

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 200

1,700

. Total Division No. 13 ... 3,200

D iv isio n N o . 14.

CROWN SOLICITOR AND HIGH COURT.

Crown Solicitor and High Court *Marshal, Officers, Registrars, and Contingencies 3,000 (for six months) ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total A ttorney-G eneral ... ... ...6,200

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 19

IV. *THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

*

Total.

1902.-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £ £

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ... ... ... 5,395 5,395

ELECTORAL OFFICE ... ... ... 1,505 1,505

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER ... ... 1,440 1,440

INTER-STATE COMMISSION ... ... ... 1,490 1,490

PUBLIC WORKS ... ... ... ...9,066 4,066 5,000 5,000*

WORKS AND BUILDINGS ... ... ... 106,930 15,074 91,856 91,856*

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... ... ... 18,298 17 920 378 378*

144,124 46,890 97,234 97,234*

Approximate amount *details not available.

2 0 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV.-THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

Number !

of Persons. !

1S01-2.

901-2.

D iv isio n N o . 15.

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

Secretary ... ... ... ... ...

Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

Services of Officer borrowed, from the State of New South Wales, from 1st July, 1901, to 9th January, 1902, at

£590 per annum Chief Accountant at £500 per annum, from loth Feb≠ ruary, 1902 Senior Clerk (also Secretary to Minister) Clerk and Shorthand Writer... ...

Clerks, at Salaries not exceeding £250 Messengers *Oye at £150, one at £80 Caretaker ... ... ...

Other

Expenditure.

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. Stores, Stationery, and Printing ,

Fuel, Light, and Water ... .

Travelling Expenses ... ... .

Incidentals... ... ... .

Clerical Assistance ... ... .

Office Cleaners ... ... .

Total Division No. 15

D iv isio n N o . 16.

ELECTORAL OFFICE.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

Chief Electoral Officer ... ...

Senior Clerk ... ... ...

Clerk ... ... ... ...

Junior Clerk ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Stores, Stationery, and Printing Travelling Expenses ... ...

Incidentals... ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ...

Clerical Assistance ... ...

Total Division No. 16 ...

D iv isio n No. 17.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

1 Secretary, at £500, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

1 Clerk and Shorthand Writer, at £200, from 1st January, 1902 1 Messenger, at £80, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

Total S a l a r ie s (carried forward)

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or, Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the. Commonwealth.

750 600

}> 550

J

450 250

1,000 230 65

3,895

500 200 350 50

250 150

1,500

5,395

450 250 200 50

950

100 200 50 25 180

555

1,505

250 100 40

390

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902, 21

IV . *T h e D epa r t men t o f H o me A f f a ir s *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 17.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER.

Brought forward

1901 -3 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer,

£ £r

390 |

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. Stores, Stationery, and Printing Travelling Expenses ... ...

Clerical Assistance ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ...

Incidental Expenses ... ...

Total Division No. 17

Number of Persons.

1901-2.

1 1 1 1

4

D iv isio n N o . 18.

INTER-STATE COMMISSION.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

Secretary, at £600, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

Senior Clerk, at £350, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

Clerk and Shorthand Writer, at £250, from 1st January, 1902 Messenger, at £80, from 1st January, 1902 ... ∑%†âˆ‘

200 350 350 50

100

1,050

1,440

300 175 125 40

640

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies. Stores, Stationery, and Printing Travelling Expenses ... ...

Professional and Clerical Assistance Incidental Expenses ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ...

Total Division No. 18

200 200 300 100

50

850

1,490

D iv isio n N o . 19.

PUBLIC WORKS.

Central Staff.

1 4

1 1 1

8

1 1 2 1

5

13

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

P r o f essio n a l .

Inspector-General of Works, at £1,000, from 1st January, 1902 Superintendents of Works, at salaries not exceeding £600, from 1st January, 1902 ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Chief Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902 ^ ... ∑∑∑

Cadet Draughtsman, from 1st January, 1902 ... ...

C l e r ic a l .

Secretary and Chief Clerk, from 1st January, 1902 Accounts Clerk, from 1st January, 1902 ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks *One a| £175, one at £150, from 1st January, 1902 Messenger, from 1st January, 1902 ... ∑∑∑

500

1,000 125 88 25

1,738

250 125 163

578

2,316 Total Sa l a r ies (carried forward)

22 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

IV. * T h e D epa r t men t o f H o me A f f a ir s *continued.

1901-2.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Other Expenditur* . the Department

as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

D iv isio n No . 19.

£ £

PUBLIC WORKS.

Brought forward .. . ... 2,316

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies ,

Stores, Stationery, and Printing 350

Lithography, &c. ... . , . 400

Fuel, Light, and Water 150

Travelling Expenses ... 750

Incidental Expenses ... .. . 100

1,750

Subdivision No 3.

To recoup the various States for Salaries of Professional and Clerical 5,000 Officers employed by Commonwealth " ∑∑

Total Division No. 19 ... 4,066 5,000

D iv isio n No . 20.

WORKS AND BUILDINGS.

-

Electric

Subdivision No. 1. Rent. Repairs and Maintenance Fittings and Furniture. Lighting and

Telephonic Communi- cation.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

£ £ £ £

External Affairs ... ...250 2,600 850 626 4,326

Home Affairs ... ... 250 1,100 676 14 2,040

Trade and Customs ... 345 ... 411 330 1,086

Defence ... ...2,713 9,482 200 270 12,665

Post and Telegraph ... 9,500 9,150 3,500 ... 22,150

13,058 22,332 5,637 1,240 6,366 35,901 |

VICTORIA.

Parliament ... ... 240 1,150 1,390

External Affairs ... ... 2,000 1,000 1,000 4,000

Home Affairs ... ... 1,000 1,000

Treasurer ... ... 284 100 557 21 962

Trade and Customs ... 25 1,150 226 305 6 1,700

Defence ... ... 730 13,605 1,090 355 1,000 14,780

Post and Telegraph ...2,000 5,000 1,550 ... 350 8,200

3,039 22,095 6,573 1681 8,708 24,680

QUEENSLAND.

Trade and Customs ... 50 1,140 750 60 2,000

Defence ... ... 550 4,852 708 260 6,370

Post and Telegraph ... 1,500 2,500 1,100 5,100

!

2,100 8,492 2,558 320 13,470

Carried forward ... | 13,197 52,919 14,768 3,241 15,074 74,051

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£

5,000

5,000

425

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 23

IV . * Th e D epa r t men t o f H o me A f f a ir s *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 20.

WORKS AND BUILDINGS * continued.

Other Expenditure.

D iv isio n N o . 21. MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses of Darling Downs (Queensland) Election, House of Represen≠ tatives ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Expenses in connexion with choosing the site of the Capital of the Commonwealth ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Conveyance of Members of Parliament and others ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Valuation of Properties taken over from the States ... ... .. ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

To provide for a Memorial to be erected at Corowa, New South Wales, to commemorate the formation of the first Federal League in the Commonwealth ... .. ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Expenses of Election in Tasmania to fill a vacancy in the House of Representatives ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Cost of Compilation and Publication of a New Edition of the Seven Colonies ... ... ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Cost of Tabulation of Customs Statistics ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Fidelity Guarantee of Commonwealth Officers in the State of Queensland

Total Division No. 21 ...

Total Department of Home Affairs

GOO

3.000 10,000

2.000

500

1,200

500 120

17,920

46,890

Electric £ £

Bent. Repairs and Maintenance. Fittings and Furniture. Lighting∑ and

Telephonic Communi- cation.

£ £ £ £

Subdivision No. 1.

Brought forward ... 18,197 52,919 14,768 3,241 15,074 74,051

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Trade and Customs ... 618 400 100 100 1,218

Defence ... ... 75 1,500 119 1,694

Post and Telegraph ... 600 1,150 200 1,950

1,293 3,050 300 219 4,862

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Trade and Customs ... 85 612 100 250 1,017

Defence ... ... 400 1,900 67 2,367

Post and Telegraph ... 875 3,000 1,000 ... 1,875

1,360 5,512 1,100 317 8,289

TASMANIA.

Trade and Customs ... 100 100 30 70 300

Defence ... ... 170 410 58 638

Post and Telegraph ... 900 550 ... 1,450

270 1,410 580 128 ... 2,388

Thursday Island Defence ... ... 600 600

King George *s Sound Defence 1,666 ... 1,666

... 2,266 ... ... ... 2,266

Total Division No. 20 ... 21,120 65,157 16,748 3,905 15,074 91,856

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditui e as at Date of

Transfer.

91,856*

378

378

97,234

£144,124

378*

378*

97,234*

* Approximate amount *details not available.

427

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 25

V.-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

1901 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

THE TREASURY ... ... ... ...

£

4,805

£

AUDIT OFFICE ... ... ... ... ... 3,533

GOVERNMENT PRINTER ... ... ... ... 29,871

UNFORESEEN AND ACCIDENTAL EXPENDITURE ... 1,000

39,209

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER ... ...

39,209 100,000

139,209

DEDUCT ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER ... ... i 100,000

39,209

26 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

Number of Persons.

1901-2.

1 1 1 1 1 7

1

13

1 1

11

1

14

V.-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TEEASURY.

D iv isio n N o . 22.

THE TREASURY.

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. £

Secretary to the Treasury ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Accountant ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Chief Clerk, Correspondence Branch ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Sub-Accountant ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks *Four at £210 (from 9th January, 1902, 14th January, 1902, 16th January, 1902, and from 1st May, 1902, respectively); three at £100 (one from 1st January, 1902, and two from 1st May,

1902) ... ... ... ... * ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

( Clerk at £52 from 1st January, 1902 . ... ... (

{ Messenger at £52 to 31st December, 1901 ... ... )

750 310 310 285 235

414

52

2,356

£

Subdivision No. 2. *C o nt ing e nc ie s. Allowance to State Officers for performing Treasury and Audit duties... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Allowances to State Officers acting as Officers of Commonwealth Sub≠ Treasuries ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Printing and Bookbinding (including Paper) ... . ' ...

Stores and Stationery ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Office Cleaner ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑%†%†

Temporary Clerical Assistance ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Gratuities to Officers for special services in connexion with first Federal Budget ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 22 ...

970

693 400 100 100

46

100

40

2,449

4,805

D iv isio n N o . 23.

AUDIT OFFICE.

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies .

Auditor-General, from 1st to 31st December, 1901, at £1,000 ... Chief Clerk at £560 from 1st January, 1902 ... ... ...

Clerks *Five (one from 1st January, 1902, and four from 1st Feb≠ ruary, 1902), at £310; one from 17th December, 1901, at £260 ; three (one from 1st January, 1902, and two from 1st February, 1902), at £210 ; one at £120 (from 1st January, 1902) ; and one

at £40 (from 15th February, 1902) ... ... ...

Messenger and Caretaker at £78 (from 1st January, 1902) ...

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies.

Remuneration to the Deputy Auditors and Staffs in the various States... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†%†âˆ‘ %†âˆ‘∑

Clerical assistance ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Stores and Stationery ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Fuel, Light, Water, and Incidentals ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Payments to State Audit Officers and others ... ... ∑∑∑

Travelling Expenses ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Printing ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Office Cleaner ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

84

280

1,169 39

1,572

750 300 100 200 200 300 100

11

1,961

Total Division No. 23 ...3,533

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

Y . * Th e D epa r t men t o f t h e Tr ea su r y *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 24.

GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. ∑

Allowance to Mr. R. S. Brain for services rendered in connexion with Printing for Parliament... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Wages, &c. : * Compositors ... ... ... ... ... ... £9,400

Proportion of Salaries of the State Classified Staff at the Government Printing-office, Melbourne ... ... ... ... 3,600

Gratuities to Officers engaged in excess of office hours... ... 500

Bookbinders, Machinemen, Warehouse Assistants, Labourers, &c. 3,450

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. Paper and Parchment * Paper for Hansard ... ... ...

Other Paper and Parchment ... ...

Repairs to Machinery ... ∑∑-

Book Trimming Machine and Rounding Machine Type ... ... ... ∑∑%†

Bookbinders * Materials, Stores, and Printing Ink Motive Power, Fuel, and Light ∑∑∑

Rent of Store and Cartage ... ...

Incidentals ... ... ∑∑∑

Printing, &c. ... ... ∑∑∑

Travelling Expenses ... ∑∑∑

£6,100 2,700

Total Division No. 24

asoi-z.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

150

D iv isio n N o . 25.

UNFORESEEN AND ACCIDENTAL EXPENDITURE ...

Total Department of the Treasury

16,950

17,100

8,800 300 135 1,200 1,000

700 308 150

140 38

12,771

29,871

1,000

39,209 ' V-

39,209

D iv isio n N o . 25a .

ADVANCE TO THE TREASURER.

To enable the Treasurer to make advances to Public Officers and to pay

expenses of an unforeseen nature which will afterwards be submitted for Parliamentary Appropriation ... ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑

Deduct Treasurer *s Advance ...

Total Department of the Treasury

100,000

139.209 100,000

39.209

∑.

43]

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902. 29

VI. *THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

I

1901 -2 . Transferred Expenditure.

Total. Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer. Increase. Decrease

£ £ £ £ £ £

MINISTER *S OFFICE ... 3,150 3,150

EX P EN D I TU RE IN THE

STATE OF *

NEW SOUTH WALES ... 63,023 63,023 59,873 3,150

VICTORIA ... ... 63,770 63,770 66,501 2,731

QUEENSLAND ... ... 60,922 60,922 61,771 849

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... 26,474 26,474 24,824 1,650

WESTERN AUSTRALIA... 31,590 31,590 30,400 1,190

TASMANIA ... ... 9,941 9,941 9,265 676

258,870 3,150 255,720 252,634 3,086

Increase in * Transferred * Expenditure * * Other * Expenditure ...

£3,086 3,150

Total Increase £6,236

30 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI. *THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

1 1 4

6

D iv isio n N o . 26. ,

MINISTER *S OFFICE.

Subdivision No. 1. *Sa l a r ies.

C l er ic a l D iv isio n .

Comptroller-General ... ... ... ...

Secretary at £600 (10 months only) ... ...

Clerks, viz. *One at £300, one at £250, one at £200, one at £150 (10 months only)

Total S a l a r ies ... ...

74 75

60

176 176

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. Incidental and Travelling Expenses ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ...

Stores, Stationery, Printing ... ...'

Total Division No. 26 ... ... .

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

D iv isio n N o . 27.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW

SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. C l e r ic a l Div isio n.

State Collector ... ... ... ... ∑

Chief Inspector ... ... ... ... %†

Inspector and Warehousekeeper .... ... .

Sub-Collector ... ... ... ... ∑ - -

Senior Inspector of Excise at £450; Accountant at £450; Cashier at £425; Tide Surveyor at £400 ... ...

Eleven Sub-Collectors, viz. *One at £370, four at £350, two at £325, four at £300; Assistant-Inspector at £350; Gauger at £350; three Examining Officers, viz.: *Two at £350, one at £300; seven Landing

Waiters, viz.: *One at £350, five at £325, one at

£300; Clearing Clerk at £325; Chief Statistical Clerk at £325; Excise Clerk at £325; Inspector of Distilleries at £325; Inspector of Tobacco Factories at £300;

Tide Surveyor at £350; Computer at £300 ...

One Relieving Officer at £290 ; fourteen Clerks, viz. : * Two at £290, two at £250, three at £240, one at

£230, one at £225, five at £200; Jerquer at £280;

Examining Officer at £250; twenty-one Landing Waiters, viz. : *Five at £275, three at £250, four at £225, nine at £200; Inspecting Locker at £250;

twenty-two Lockers, viz.: *Four at £250, five at £225, one at £220, twelve at £200; eight Sub-Collectors, viz. : *Five at £250, one at £240, one at £225, one at £200; four Excise Inspectors, viz. : *Three at £240, one at £220; Coast Waiter at £215; Detective at £200 ... ... ... ...

Twenty-seven Clerks, viz. : *Four at £190, three at £180, four at £150 (one for two months only), three at £140, six at £125, six at £110, one at £100 ;

Typewriter at £140; Examining Officer at £160; twenty-five Lockers, viz.: *Ten at £175, one at £170, five at £160, nine at £150 ; Baggage Inspector at

£175; two Tide Surveyor *s Assistants at £180;

Excise Inspector at £175 ; two Assistant Landing Waiters at £150 ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑%†

Clerks, viz.: *One at £95, one at £80, one at £60 ...

Carried forward

1901 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate , Annual

Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£

1,200* 500

£ £

750

2,450

530 20 150

700

3,150

920 700 500

500

11,570

17,070

9,320

920 700 500 500

I 37,650f

* Salary alloted on appointment *does not apply to officers occupying the position in future.

40,580 40,270

t £95 deducted for quarters.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VI. * T h e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

31

Number of 1901-2.

Persons.

Expenditure Approximate

As at Date of1901-2. D iv isio n No . 27.

solely for the Maintenance or Annual Expenditure

Trans- Other Continuance ofas at Date of

fer. Expenditure. the Department Transfer.

as at the Time of

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW the Common-

SOUTH WALES.

wealth.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. £ £

176 176 Brought forward ... ... . . . j 40,580

%†

40,270

G en er a l Div isio n .

72 72 Two Preventive Officers, viz. *One at £175, one at £166 ; one Baggage Inspector at £160; thirty Tide Waiters, viz. : *Two at £150, twelve at £140, fifteen at £130, one at £110; two Engine-drivers at £150; two Searchers at £133 ; ten Searchers * Assistants at £110 ; two Mes-sengers, viz. : *One at £150, one at £120; twelve Boatmen, viz. : *Nine at £133, three at £120 ; nine Watchmen, viz. : *Eight at £120, one at £108 ; Porter at £120 ; Lift Attendant at £114 ... ... 9,212 '

59 59 Seventeen Customs Officers, viz. *One at £75, three at £30, five at £25, two at £20, six at £10; ten Preventive Officers, viz.: *Two at £30, one at £25, two at £20, five at £10; Watchman at £75; Porter at £90; 11j*Ã2 1

twenty-one Messengers, viz. : *Twenty at £52, one at £39∑; seven Cleaners at £50; Switch Attendant at £52; Housekeeper at £30 ... ... ... 2,235

131 131

27 Officers at salaries ranging from £120 to £485 (for nine months only)* ... ... ... ... 3,985

16 Lockers (for two months only) ... ... ... 400

307 350 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... 56,412f 51,591

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies .

Postage, Telegraph Messages and Exchanges on Remittances ... 820 8201

Incidental and Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... 3,100 4,5467

Repairs to Steam Launches ... ... ... ... 265 2651

Uniforms for Boatmen ... ... ... ... ... 124 1241

Protection of Revenue and Rewards... ... ... ... 311 3117

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ... ... 375 1757

To meet increased cost of living at out-stations ... ... ... 466 4667

Printing and Bookbinding ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 700 7001

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 450 2757

Non-recurring ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 6007

6,611 8,282

Total Division No. 27. ... ... ... 63,023 59,873

D iv isio n No. 28.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

C l er ic a l Div isio n .

1 1 State Collector (nine months only) ... ... ∑∑∑ 563 1,000

1 1 Chief Clerk ... ... ... %† ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ %† 750 750

1 1 Senior Landing Surveyor... ... ... ... 625 625

1 1 Inspector ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 531 o20

4 4 Carried forward ... ... 2,469 2,895

> Transferred from other States. ----- 1 £124 deducted for quarters. ----- } Approximate Actual Expenditure 1900-1

32 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902.

VI. * T h e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

Number of Persons.

of

. rans- fer.

1901-2.

90

115 115

D iv isio n N o . 28.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

VICTORIA.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a bies.

C l e bic a l D iv isio n.

Brought forward ... ... ...

Chief Inspector of Distilleries and Excise at £535 ; Accountant, Inspector of Drawbacks, Warehouse≠ keeper, at £485 ; Landing Surveyor at £450 ...

Fifteen Landing Waiters, viz., four at £485, one at

£450, three at £350, three at £331, four at £323 ;

Receiver at £450; J erquer at £350; Tide Inspector at £291; Collector at £287 ; five Clerks, viz.: *Two at £350, two at £331, one at £323 ... ...

Seven Collectors, viz. *One at £350, one at £300, one at £269, three at £206, one at £170; nine

Assistant Landing Waiters, viz. *One at £350, two at £300, six at £206; two Tide Surveyors at £300;

twenty-eight Clerks, viz. *Three at £350, one at £325, ten at £300, one at £260, thirteen at £206; fourteen Lockers, viz. *One at £250, ten at £ 198, three at £185 ; sixteen Drawback Officers, at £185; fourteen In≠ spectors of Distilleries, viz. *Two at £300, eleven at

£206, one at £200 ... ... ... ...

Three Tidewaiters at £200; fifty-five Clerks, viz. *Thirty- three at £200, one at £164, one at £138, two at

£126, one at £120, one at £114, two at £110, one

at £109, three at £105, two at £104, one at £99,

one at £95, one at £94, one at £84, three at £77, one

at £74; fifty-seven Weighers, viz. *One at £175, two at £168, one at £166, one at £162, thirty-five at £153, two at £151, one at £140, one a+ £138, five at

241 238

G en er a l Div isio n .

2 2 Revenue Detective Inspector at £264; Revenue Detective at £146 ... ... ... ... ...

1 1 Softgoods Expert at £350 ... ... ...

2 2 Tea Experts at £252 ... ... ... ...

2 2 Excise Officers, one (including allowance) at £250, one at £159 ... ... ... ... ...

1 1 Caretaker at £130 ... ... ... ...

2 2 Patrol Officers at £156 ... ... ... ...

20 20 Watchmen, viz. *One at £168, seven at £144, five at

£138, four at £124, two at £123, one at £122 1 1 Labourer at £110 ... ... ... ...

11 11 Senior Messenger at £132; four Messengers, viz. *Three at £120, one at £96; six Junior Messengers, viz. *Three at £72, one at £48, two at £46 ... ... ...

3 3 Coxswains, viz.: *One at £173, two at £150 ... ...

4 4 Engine-drivers, viz.: *Three at £156, one at £148 ...

7 7 Boatmen, five at £144; Boys, two at £60 ... ...

56 56

297 294

Total Sa l a r ies ... ...

Expenses *Protection of the Revenue Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water ...

Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... Printing and Stationery ... ...

Steam Launches *Repairs, Stores, Fuel, &c.

Total Division No. 28.

1901-2.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department | as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

2,469

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

10,868

2,895

48,653

18,853

17,100

49,290j 51,548

6,720* 7,677

56,010 59,225

1,750 2,264+

1,000 1,000+

2,750 2,702 +

760 760 +

1,500 550 +

7,760 7,276

63,770 66,501

* Includes provision for ten officers for three months only and one officer for two months only. ----- 1Includes provision for seventeen officers for three months only and one officer for two months only. * % Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1002.

436 a :

VI. * Th e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

Number of Persons.

Date" of

fer.

1

12

1901-2.

1

11

86

181 176

46 45

6 6

6 6

4 4

62 61

243 237

D iv isio n N o . 29.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

QUEENSLAND.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

C l e r ic a l Div isio n.

State Collector ... .... ... ... ...

Eight Sub-Collectors, viz.: *One at £550, one at £500, one at £450, two at £430, three at £400; Chief Clerk at £460; Inspector of Invoices at £440; Landing Sur≠ veyor at £430 ... ... ... ...

Seven Sub-Collectors, viz.: *One at £375, one at £360, four at £350, one at £330; Cashier at £360; three

Landing Waiters, viz.: *One at £350, one at £325, one at £300; Senior Clerk and Inspector of Excise at £380 ; six Clerks, viz.: *One at £350, one at £320, one at

£310, three at £300; District Inspector of Excise at £300; Revenue Officer at £330 ... ... ...

Twelve Landing Waiters, viz.: *One at £280, two at £260, one at £245, two at £235, three at £230, one at £220, two at £200 ; Sub-Collector at £260; Tide Surveyor at £240 ; seven Inspectors of Excise, viz.: *Three at £260, one at £240, one at £220, two at £200; thirty-three Clerks viz A *One at £275, one at £270, one at £260, six at £250, one at £245, two at £240, one at £230, nine

at £220, one at £215, two at £210, eight at £200; four Lockers, viz.: *One at £245, three at £200; Clearing Officer at £240; Boarding Officer at £220 ... ...

Forty-eight Clerks, viz.: *One at £195, six at £190, five at £180, one at £ 175, two at £170, two at £ 160, two at £ 150, three at £140, four at £120, five at £110, one at

£100, two at £90, eight at £80, five at £70, one at £60; Boarding Officer at £160; twenty-two Lockers, viz.: * Three at £195, two at £190, six at £180, one at £175, eight at £170, two at £30; thirteen Officers of Customs and Excise, viz.: *One at £195, one at £185, five at £175, two at £170, four at £160 ... ...

G en er a l Div isio n .

Tide Waiters, viz. : *One at £220, one at £195, one at £190, five at £170, twenty-two at £160, thirteen at £150, one at £135, one at £130 ... ...

Coxswains, viz.: *One at £140, five at £130 ...

Boatmen, viz.: *Three at £118, Uvo at £108, one at £96 Storemen, viz. : *One at £140, one at £130, two at £110

Subdivision No. 2.

Total S a l a r ies

C o n t in g en c ies.

Protection of the Revenue, and Excise Expenses Temporary Assistance, Border Officers, and Expenses Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... ...

To meet increased Cost of Living at Outports and Stations Stores, Stationery, Printing ... ... ...

Other

Expenditure.

Total Division No. 29. ...

* Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1.-

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual, Expenditure as at Date .of

Transfer.

£ £

750 750

11,580

38,026

13,745

12,185

9,136 9,246

47,396 48,022

3,000 3,400*

5,760 6,731*

2,200 1,200*

1,366 1,218*

1,200 1,200*

13,526 13,749

60,922 61,771

E.4561. C

34 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V I. * Th e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d C u st o ms *continued.

Number of Persons.

1901 -2 .

Date of

fer.

1901-2.

D iv isio n N o . 30.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Other

Expenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Subdivision No. 1. £ £ £

Sa l a bie s.

1 6

1 6

5 5

21 21

69 69

State Collector ... ... ... ... ...

Accountant at £475; Chief Clerk at £450; Landing

Surveyor at £450 ; Sub-Collector at £450 ; Senior

Inspector of Distilleries at £450; Clerk at £425 First Assistant Landing Surveyor, Warehouse-keeper; Sub-Collector, Clerk at £330; Sub-Collector at £385 ... Four Sub-Collectors, viz. : *One at £270, two - at £210,

one at £200 ; Chief Gauger at £290; Second Assistant Landing Surveyor at £285 ; two Inspectors of Draw≠ backs, viz. : *One at £290, one at £270 ; eight Landing

Waiters, viz. : *One at £290, two at £270, four at

£230, one at £220 ; Tide Surveyor at £270; two

Clerks at £230; one Clerk at £219; Inspector of

Distilleries at £210 ... ... ... ...

Eight Landing Waiters, viz. : *One at £190, three at £180, three at £170, one at £150; three Inspectors of Distilleries, viz.: *One at £170, two at £150;

Gauger, at £189; eleven Lockers, viz. One at £174, three at £170, two at £150, one at £129, four at

£110; seventeen Clerks, viz. : *One at £180, one at £172, four at £170, two at £165, two at £150, one

at £131, one at £122, one at £110, three at £100,

one at £50 ; four Tide Waiters, viz. :∑ *Three at £100, one at £80; three Sub-Collectors, viz.: *One at £150, one at £105, one at £86; four Boarding Officers,

viz. : *Two at £170, two at £150 ; three Inspector

and Assistant Inspectors of Drawbacks, viz.: *Two at £190, one at £120; Assistant Tide Surveyor at £170; fourteen Junior Clerks, viz. : *Two at £80, one at £79 ; one at £78, one at £77, one at £72, one at £69, two

at £65, one at £62, one at £54, one at £45, one at

£42, one at £41 ... ... ... ...

Two Watchmen at £100, Office-keeper at £120 ...

105 105 Total Sa l a bie s

700

9,559

700

18,212

9,237

19,496 18,912

Subdivision No. 2.

C o nt ing e nc ie s.

Telegrams, Printing, Stationery, Postage, Water, Fuel, and Miscellaneous ... ... ... ... ∑ - - ∑%†%†

Assistant and Glut Officers ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

House Allowances and Quarters ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Travelling Allowances, and Expenses Inspectors of Distilleries ... Expenses *Protection of the Revenue ... ... ...

Forage ... ... ∑∑%† %†%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑%†

Expenses *Semaphore Customs and Harbor Boat Service, Northern Territory ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ...

Living Allowances, Northern Territory ... ... ...

Total Division No. 30 ...

* Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1.

2,275 2,387*

1,667 1,147*

160 160*

500 433*

1,054 463*

135 135*

1,063 1,063*

124 124*

6,97 5,912

26,474 24,824

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902. 35

V I. * Th e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

Number of Persons. D iv isio n N o . 31.

As at

Date of Trans≠ fer.

1901-2.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1.

Sa l a r ies.

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

1 2 5

1 2 5

S3 34

20

135 132

State Collector... ... ... ... ...

Chief Landing Surveyor at £500 ; Chief Clerk at £400 Two Sub-Collectors at £360; Cashier at £315; Ware≠ house-keeper at £340; Landing Surveyor at £380 ... Twelve Landing Waiters, viz.: *Four at £280, one at

£260, four at £250, two at £230, one at £220;

Accountant at £270; Statist at £270; Cashier, at £200; Jerquer at £280; Locker at £210; Gauger at £220; Tide Surveyor at £230; five Assistant Landing

Waiters, viz.: *Two at £230, one at £210, two at £200; six Clerks, viz.: *Two at £270, one at £250, two at £225, one at £215 ; Senior Inspector of Ex≠ cise at £280; three Inspectors of Excise at £200 ... Seven Landing Waiters, v i z . On e at £190, one at £180,

one at £135, two at £120, one at £60, one at £50;

eleven Assistant Landing Walters, viz.: *Three at £200, three at £190, one at £185, one at £ 175, one at £ 170, one at £160, one at £140; five Tide Waiters, viz.: * Three at £160, two at £150 ; two Sub-Collectors, viz.:

*One at £110, one at £85; nine Lockers, viz.: *Five at £180, three at £170, one at £150; thirteen De≠ livery Clerks, viz.: *One at £ 17 0, eight at £160, four at £150, twenty-three Clerks, viz.: *One at £195, three

at £190, three at £185, two at £175, two at £170,

one at £165, three at £160, two at £140, one at £ i 30, one at £120, one at £100, two at £80, one at £70 ...

Coxswain at £150; Detective at £180; four Foremen at £120; three Watchmen, viz.: *Two at £110, one at £100; Boatman at £110; ten Labourers, viz.: *One at £130, nine at £110 ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2.

700

10,800

700

10,965

2,360

) 24,025

24,825 24,725

C o nt ing e nc ie s.

Temporary Clerical Assistance ...

Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... Postage and Telegrams ... ...

Stationery, Typewriters, and Printing House Allowances ... ...

Tropical Allowances ... ...

Expenses *Protection of the Revenue

Total Division No. 31

3,800 2,800*

1,300 1,300*

700 800*

550 360*

235 235*

100 100*

80 80*

6,765 5,675

31,590 30,400

* Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

C 2

3(5 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 tli June, 1902.

VI. *T h e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

Number of 1901-2,

Persons. Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance ofApproximate Other Annual Expenditure as at Date of Transfer. Datec Trans fer.11901-2.D iv isio n No . 32,Expenditurethe Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.£ £ £ EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

TASMANIA.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

C l er ic a l Div isio n .

1 1 State Collector ... ... ... ... . 500 500

4 4 Chief Clerk, Inspector and Landing Surveyor at £350;

Collector at £400; Chief Inspector of Distilleries £325 ... ... ... ... .

it

7 7 Landing Surveyor at £285 ; Senior Landing Waiter it £240; Warehouse-keeper at £220; two Valuators, viz.: *One at £225, one at £210; two Clerks, viz.:- One at £285, one at £260 ... ... . 7,025 6,805

29 29 Five Sub-Collectors, viz. :-^One at £180, one at £170, one at £160, one at £80, one at £65; Warehouse-

keeper at £190; fifteen Landing Waiters, viz.:-Three at £185, four at £160, one at £145, one a bt £140, three at £120, one at £85, two at £70 ; eight

Clerks, viz.: *One at £180, one at £160, one at £150, one at £125, one at £100, two at £90, one at £70 . j

41 41 7,525 7,305

G en er a l Div isio n ,

8 8 Two Messengers, viz.: *One at £100, one at £70; Tide-

waiter at £100 ; four Storemen, viz.: *Two at £140, two at £110; Watchman at £80 ... i'.v 850 810

49 49 Total Sa l a r ies ... .. 8,375 8,115

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies .

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ∑ ∑ 350 350*

Occasional Assistance and Miscellaneous Expenses ... ∑ ∑ 450 300*

Expenses *Protection of the Revenue ... ... ∑- 316 200*

Forage, Quarters, Uniforms, Stores, and Stationery ... ∑ ∑ 450 300*

1,566 1,150

Total Division No. 32.... ... ∑- 9,941 9,265

Total Department r *Ø Trade and Customs - 3,150 255,720 : 152,634 258,870

Approximate Actual Expenditure 1900-1.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 37

VII.-THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

1901-2. Transferred Expenditure.

Expenditure Approximate Annual

Total. Other Expenditure.

solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Expenditure as at Date of Transfer. Increase.Decrease.

CENTRAL STAFF * 50 £ £ £ £ £

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION 6,500 6,500 ...

HEAD-QUARTERS MILI≠ TARY STAFF ... ... 7,224 7,224

13,724 13,724

EXPENSES IN CONNEXION WITH ROYAL RECEPTION AT SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, ADELAIDE,

PERTH, AND HOBART ... 10,305 10,305

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... 813 813 ...

NEW RIFLES ... ... 25,000 25,000 %

AUSTRALASIAN NAVAL FORCES (A u x il ia r y Sq u a d ≠ r o n ) ... ... ... 106,000 106,000

f ru m ∑∑

106,000 ...

THURSDAY ISLAND ... 11,323 ... 11,323 11,323 ...

KING GEORGE *S SOUND ... 5,770 5,770 5,295 475 ...

EXPENDITURE IN THE

STATE OF * NEW SOUTH WALES ... 262,642 262,642 256,351 6,291 ...

VICTORIA ... ... 249,178 249,178 232,498 16,680

QUEENSLAND ... ... 157,889 157,889 154,246 3,643

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... 47,596 47,596 50,243 2,647

WESTERN AUSTRALIA ... 27,959 27,959 24,706 3,253

TASMANIA ... ... 19,013 19,013 20,418 1,405

937,212 49,842 887,370 861,080 26,920

Increase in * Other * Expenditure ... ... ... ... £49,842

Deduct Royal Reception Expenditure ... ... ... 10,305

39,537

Increase in Transferred Expenditure ... ... 26,290

Total Increase ... .. ... £13,247

Expenditure as at date of transfer not ascertained,

38 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. *THE DEPARTMENT OF .DEFENCE.

Number

of Persons.

1901-2.

CENTRAL STAFF.

D iv isio n N o . 33.

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a bies.

1 9 0 1 - 2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

S ec r et a r y * s Of f ic e.

1 Secretary for Defence . . . . ... ... ...

1 Chief Accountant ... ... ... ...

1 Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

6 Clerks (1 at £310, 1 at.£235, 1 at £210, 1 at £185, 1 at

£160, 1 at £80) ... ... ... ...

900* 600 540

1,180

3,220

^G en er a l .

1 Senior Messenger 2 Messengers (1 Junior) 1 Caretaker! ...

4

Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies. Travelling Expenses ... ... ...

Stationery, Printing, and Incidentals ... ...

Temporary Assistance ... ... ...

Expenses of Naval and Military Committees ...

Total Division No. 33

132 138 110

380

3,600

300 800 300

1,500

2,900

6,500

D iv isio n N o . 34.

HEAD-QUARTERS MILITARY STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

General Officer Commanding, at £2,500 per annum including all allow≠ ances except travelling ... ... ... ... ...

Deputy Adjutant-General at £750 j ß from 1st April, 1902 ...

Assistant Adjutant-General at £600 \ ß ,, ,, ...

Deputy Quartermaster-General at £750 £ ß * * .∑∑

Assistant Quartermaster-General at £600 i ß ,, ,, ∑∑∑

Assistant Director of Artillery and Stores at £575 J ß from 1st

April, 1902 ... ... ... ... %†âˆ‘%† ∑%†âˆ‘

Assistant Adjutant-General for Artillery at £575 J ß from 1st April, 1902 ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑

Assistant Adjutant-General, for Engineer Services at £575 t ß from 1st April, 1902 ... ... %†âˆ‘%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†%†âˆ‘

Director-General Medical Services at £900 \ ß from 1st April, 1902... Aide-de-Camp at £450 i ß from 1st April, 1902 ... ∑∑%† ∑∑%†

Secretary to General Officer Commanding, 30th January to 30th June, 1902, at £350 ... ... ' ... ... ...

1,875 188 150 188 150

144

144

144 225 113

148

Carried forward

3.469

3.469

* Salary allotted on appointment *does not apply to officers occupying the position in future.------1 With quarters, fuel, and t Without any allowance except for one horse. ----- ß Subject to reduction if occupying quarters.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£

light.------

44 I

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 39

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 34.

HEAD-QUARTERS M ILITARY STAFF * continued.

Brought forward ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies. Travelling Expenses, Passages, Allowances to Orderlies, &c., and Incidentals ... ... ... ... ...

Clerical Assistance ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance to Officer acting as Aide-de-Camp to General Officer Commanding ... ... ... ... ... ...

Forage Allowances *9 at £50 each per annum from 1st April, 1902

Total Division No. 34

Total C e nt r a l St a f f ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 35.

ROYAL RECEPTION.

Military and Naval Demonstrations in connexion with the Royal Reception at Adelaide, Hobart, and Perth ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 36.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Furnishing and Alterations to Offices, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne

D iv isio n No. 36a . NEW RIFLES.

5,000 Rifles

D iv isio n N o . 37.

AUSTRALASIAN NAVAL FORCES.

Australasian Naval Forces (Auxiliary Squadron)

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure, j

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of die Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

3,469

3,000 600

42 113

3,755

7,224

13,724

10,305

813

25,000

106,000

Annual Expenditure

* Expenditure as at date of transfer not ascertained.

40 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V11. * Th e D epa r t men t o e D ef en c e *continued.

XD01-2.

Number of Persons.

THURSDAY ISLAND.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of. the Department as at the Time of

Approximate

I f c4 D iv isio n No . 38.

Other

Expenditure.

Annual Expenditure as -atr Date of Transfer.

< o

o Transfer to the

3 PERM ANENT ARTILLERY. Commonwealth.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. £

£ &

1 1 Captain ... ... ... at 16s. 6d. per diem 302 302

2 2 Lieutenants ... ... ... Ids. 6d. * 530 530

1 1 Battery Sergeant-Major ... ... 6s.£8d. * 122 122

1 1 Battery Quartermaster-Sergeant ... 6s. 8d, * . 122 122

3 3 Sergeants ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 5s. 4d. * 292 292

3 3 Corporals ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ "ts. 9d. * 261 261

3 3 Bombardiers ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† 4s. * 219 219

61 61 Gunners and Trumpeters ... ... 3s. * 3,340 3,340

75 75 5,188 5,188

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Good Conduct Pay ... %†âˆ‘∑ ... ∑∑∑ 50 50

Rations, Fuel, &c. ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑1,410 1,410

Clothing ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ 450 450

Contingencies ... . ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 1,000 1,000

Medical Attendance and Medicines ... ... ... 150 150

3,060 3,060

Total Division No. 38 ... 8,248 8,248

D iv isio n No . 39.

DEFENCE FORCE CORPS.

Artillery, Infantry, and £rmy Medical Corps.

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies.

1 1 Major ... ... ... ... at £17 per annum 17 17

4 4 Captains ... ∑∑∑ ... £15 * 60 60

7 7 Lieutenants ... ... ∑∑∑ £12 * 84 84

1 1 Medical Officer ... ... ... £15 ' * 15 15

5 0 Company Sergeants-Major and Colour-Sergeants ... ... ... £9 . * 45 45

12 12 Sergeants ... ... ... £8 10s. * 102 102

12 12 Corporals ... ... ... £7 10s. * 90 90

2 2 Bombardiers ... ... ... £7 * 14 14

193 193 Gunners, Privates, Buglers, &c. ... £6 10s. * 1,255 1,255

30 30 Supernumeraries ... ... ... £3 5s. * 97 97

267 267 1,779 1,779

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ... 127 127

Prizes ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ <∑∑60 60

Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 311 311

Forage Allowance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 16 16

Command Allowance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 40 40

Ammunition ... ' ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 146 146

Extra Pay, Torres Straits Garrison Battery ... ... 75 75

Camp ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ " 267 267

Instruction ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 100 100

Allowance for 5 Orderly-room Sergeants, 4 at £12, 1 at £6 54 54

Contingencies ... ... ... ... ... 50 50

Rifle Club and Contingencies ... ... ... 50 50

1,296 1,296

Total Division No. 39 ... 3,075 3,075

Total D e f e nc e s, Th ur sda y Isl a nd ... 11,323 11,323

41

443

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

tS

1 1

1901-2.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Maintenance or Annual

if" f. 1.' fi-li i k Other Continuance of. Expenditure

KING GEORGE *S SOUND.

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Itv I/LLvC Ut Transfer.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

D iv isio n No . 40. £ £ £

PERMANENT ARTILLERY.

-i t -t- ; V :> . ;.i

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies. Rate £

Major ... ... ... ... ... 350 ]

Lieutenant ... ... ... ... 250

per day

Warrant Officer ... ... ... ... 8/6

Staff Sergeant ... ... ... ...

Sergeants ... ... ... ...

5/3 4/3

*%† 2,800 2,800

Corporals ... ... ... ,,, 3/6

Bombardiers . .4. ... ... ... 3/3

Acting Bombardiers ... ... ... 3/

Gunners ... ... ... ... ... 2/6to 3/ J

: 2,800 2,800

Subdivison No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Rations ... ... ... ... 900 832

Clothing... ... ... ... ... 325 319

Stores ... ... ... ... ... 125 114

Incidental ... ... ... ... 200 192

Postage ... ... ... ... ... 25 25

Travelling ... ... ... ... 25 66

Transport ... ... ... ... 60 45

Passage Money ... ... ... ... 50 100

Library ... ... ... ... ... 5 20

Medical Examinations *Recruits ... ... 21 48

Ammunition ... ... ... ... 900 622

Launch Hire ... ... ... ... 40 30

Hospital Fees ... ... ... 15 26

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... 14 4

Insurances ... ... ... ... 15 28

Non-iecurring ... 24

U M . -s r > v: ^

2,720 2,495

Subdivision No. 3 . *Misc el l a n eo u s.

Compensation to Sergeant Henry Thomas Carter for per manent injury ... ... ... ... ... 250

Total D ef en c es, Kin g Geo r g e * s So u n d ... 5,770 5,295

42 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

N a v a l Fo r c e s.

Naval Brigade ... ... ...

Vohmteer Naval Artillery ... ...

Torpedo Defence ... ... ...

Warlike Stores ... ... ...

Miscellaneous ... ... ...

Total Naval Forces ... ...

M il it a r y Fo r c e s.

Military Secretary ... ...

Permanent Forces.

Head-Quarters Staff ... ...

Pay Branch ... ... ...

Ordnance Branch... ... ...

New South Wales Artillery ...

Engineers ... ... ...

Submarine Miners ... ...

Permanent Army Medical Corps ...

Permanent Army Service Corps ...

Ditto, Barrack Section ... ...

Veterinary Department ... ...

Total Permanent Forces ...

Partially-paid Forces. Lancers Regiment ... ...

1st Australian Horse ... ...

Mounted Rifles Regiment ... ...

New South Wales Artillery ...

Corps of Engineers ... ...

Engineers, Nos. 1 and 2, Field Com≠ panies Submarine Miners ... ...

Engineers, No. 4 Company, Electricians Infantry Regiments ... ...

Army Medical Corps ... ...

Army Service Corps ... ...

General Contingencies ... ...

Total Partially-paid Forces ...

Volunteer Forces.

Staff Officer ... ... ...

5th Regiment (Scottish Rifles) ...

6th Regiment (Australian Rifles) ... 7th Regiment (St. George *s Rifles) ... 8th Regiment (Irish Rifles) ...

National Guard ... ... ...

General Contingencies ... ...

Total Volunteer Forces ...

Miscellaneous Services ... ...

Total Military Forces ...

T o t a l Na v a l a nd M il it a r y Fo r c e s,

N e w So ut h W a l e s ... ...

Increase *£6,291.

1901-2.

; Approximate Annual Expenditure as at date of

Transfer.

Transferred Expenditure.

Total. Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Increase. Decrease.

£

5,396 2,566 1,645 700

30

£ £

5,396 2,566 1,645 700

30

£

5,396 2,566 1,645 470

30

£ £

10,337 10,337 10,107 230

1,843 1,843 2,055 212

7,688 1,264 38,115 61,928

6,025 4,875 2,348

2,686 478 317

...

7,688 1,264 38,115 61,928

6,025 4,875 2,348

2,686 478 317

6,780 1,479 30,519 61,779

5,768 4,905 2,348 2,686

472 317

125,724 125,724 117,053 8,671 ...

9,702 9,209 6,847 7,226

91

1,776

1,155 1,724 33,665 2,260

2,040 15,221

...

9,702 9,209 6,847 7,226

91

1,776

1,155 1,724 33,665 2,260

2,040 15,221

9,702 9,204 6,645 7,230

91

1,776

1,155 1,724 33,626 2,260

2,040 20,369

90,916 90,916 95,822 4,906

548

3,641 3.464 3.464 3,503

532

15,020

...

548

3,641 3.464 3.464 3,503

532

15,020

606

3,575 3.464 3.464 3,503

532

12,520

30,172 30,172 27,664 2,508 ...

3,650 ... 3,650 3,650

252,305 252,305 246,244 11,179

262,642 262,642 256,351 6,291 ...

Total New South Wales *As above ... ... ...

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron ,, Thursday Island ...

* King George *s Sound

£262,642 38,070 4,740 1,716

£307,168

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 43

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number 1901-3.

Expenditure Approximate Annual NEW sUU in WALliª NAVAL FURUES. solely for the .11 c

Other

Expenditure. Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Expenditure as at Date of

3 H Transfer.

315

NAVAL BRIGADE.

Maximum. * Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

Per diem.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. s. <1. £ £ £

1 1 Captain, Commanding Naval Forces ... ... 5 0 78 78

1 1 Paymaster ... ... ... .. 316 54 54

I 7 Commanders and Lieutenants ... ...4 0 428 428

5 5 Sub-Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 2 0 154 154

7 7 Midshipmen ... ... ... ... 1 0 108 108

Per annum. £

1 1 Bugler and Bandmaster ... ... ...75 64 64

10 10 Warrant Officers ... ... ... ... 18 150 150

10 10 Petty Officers ... ... ... ... 15 126 126

230 230 Able Seamen ... .... ... ... 12 2,30!) 2,300

53 o3 Newcastle Company ... ... ... 622 622

4,084f 4,084f

A mbu l a n c e Co r ps.

Sy d n ey .

1 1 Fleet Surgeon ... ... ... ... 61 61

1 1 Staff Surgeon ... ... ... ... ... 61 Cl

1 1 Surgeon ... ... ... ... ... 31 31

1 1 First class Petty Officer ... ... ... 15 15

1 1 Second class Petty Officer ... ... ... 13 13

18 18 Able Seamen at £10 per annum ... ... 180 180

N ew c a st l e.

1 1 Stall Surgeon ... ... ... ... ... 61 61

1 1 First class Petty Officer ... ... ... 15 15

10 10 Able Seamen at £10 per annum ... ... 100 100

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1 1 Gunnery Instructor, Sydney ... ... ... ... 225 225

762 762

361 361 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ... 4,846 4,846

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Uniforms for Warrant Officers, Petty Officers, and A.B/s ... 300 300

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... 200 200

Allowances Senior Commander for Executive Duties ... 50 50

550 550

Total Division No. 41 ... 5,396 5,396

D iv isio n No . 42.

VOLUNTEER NAVAL ARTILLERY. Maximum.*

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Per annum. £

1 1 Commander ... ... ... ... 100 72 72

1 1 Senior Lieutenant ... ... ... ... 50 38 38

1 1 Surgeon ... ... ... ... ... 30 24 24

1 1 Secretary ... ... ... ... ... 25 20 20

4 4 Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 40 120 120

8 8 Sub-Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 25 166 166

7 7 Chief Petty Officers ... ... ... 16 84 84

8 8 First class Petty Officers ... ... ... 14 84 84

8 8 Second class Petty Officers ... ... ... 11 66 66

1 1 Bugler and Signalman ... ... ... 12 10 10

1 1 Bugler ... ... ... ... ... 6 6 6

16 16 Leading Seamen ... ... ... ... 9 108 108

164 164 Able Seamen ... ... ... ... 8 984 984

1 1 Bandmaster .. ... ... ... 18 14 14

] 1 Band Sergeant ... ... ... ... 13 10 10

18 18 Bandsmen ... ... ... ... 11 150 150

55 55 St. George *s Company (to maintain the same) ∑∑∑ 100 100

296 296 Carried forward ... 2,056f 2,056t

Including Camp Pay, t Not including Camp Pay.

44 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30tli June , 1902.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

s s

%†31

%†3! o

NEW SOUTH WALES NAVAL FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 42.

VOLUNTEER NAVAL ARTILLERY.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

296 296

1 1

297 297

Brought forward ... ...

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Instructor ... ... ... ...

Total S a l a r ies ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Expenses of Instruction and Clothing ...

Incidental Expenses ... ∑∑∑ ...

Total Division No. 42 ...

D iv isio n N o . 43. TORPEDO DEFENCE.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Officer in Charge of Torpedo and Plant Engineer for Torpedoes ... ...

Artificer ... ... ...

Stokers, at £132 per annum ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Incidental Expenses and Maintenance of Boats Quarters, Allowances;, two officers ... ..

Rations, Fuel, and Light, two officers ..

General Repairs to Torpedo Boat ... ..

Total Division No. 43 ...

663 663

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

3

1 1

3 ...

8 8

D iv isio n No. 44∑

WARLIKE STORES.

Warlike and General Stores, and Ammunition ... .

D iv isio n N o . 45.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Punting and Stationery, Naval Forces ... .

Total New South Wales Naval Forces

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n No. 46.

M ILITARY SECRETARY.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies. Military Secretary ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Examiner of Accounts (for one month) ...

Senior Clerk ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Record Clerk, at £200 ... ... ∑∑∑

Clerks * 2 at £110, 1 at £90 ... ∑∑∑

Messenger and Cleaner ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Non-recurring

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Incidental Expenses, &c., &c. ... ...

Total Division No. 46

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure sdlely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

2,056 2,056

230 230

2,286 2,286

230 230

50 50

280 280

2,566 2,566

280 280

223 223

208 208

264 264

975 975

150 150

240 240

80 80

200 200

670 670

1,645 1,645

700 470*∑

30 30

10,337 10,107

800 800

28 325

300 300

200 200

310 130

305

1,768 1,930

75 125

1,843 2,055

* Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1

447

Number of Persons.

I I "SI ´I

1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

11

1 1 1 1

1 2 1 1

1 1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1 1

1 1

2 1

23 23

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902. 45

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES *

continued.

D iv isio n No . 47.

HEAD-QUARTERS STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

General Officer Commanding Forces, to 31st March, 1902, at £1,250 ... ... ... ... ...

General Officer Commanding Forces from 1st January, 1902, at £1,000 ... ... ... ...

Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief Staff Officer ... Assistant Quartermaster-General ... ... ∑∑∑

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General and Inspector of Musketry ... ... ... ... ...

Chief Clerk* ... ... ... ... ...

Superintending Clerk, A.A.-G. *s Department ... ...

Do. A.Q.M.-G. *s Department ...

Do. D.A.A.-G. *s Department ...

Shorthand and Type Writer, two months at £200 ...

First Assistant Clerks, at £200 ... ... ...

Clerk, at 6s. lOd. per diem ... ... ... ...

Second Assistant Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑ ...

Do. do. ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Third do. ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†-

Messenger ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Non-recurring ...

W a r r a n t a n d N o n -c o mmissio n ed Of f ic er s.

Garrison Sergeant-Major, at 9s. 9d. per diem ... Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, at 7s; 4d. per diem

R if l e Ra n g e St a f f .

Superintendent, Randwick Range, at 9s. 9d. per diem .. Warrant Officer in Charge of Flemington Range, at 8s. 9d per diem ... ... ... ... ∑∑

Sergeant, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... ∑∑

Marker, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Markers, at 6s. lOd. per diem ... ... ∑∑

Total S a l a r ie s ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Allowance in lieu of quarters ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Forage Allowance, A.A.-G. and A.Q.M.-G. (2 horses each), and D.A.A.G., at £34 ... ... ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Rations ... ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑.-

Fdel and Eight ... ... ... ... *

Uniform Allowance ... ... ∑.∑ ∑∑∑

Remounts for Field Artillery and Army Service Corps ... Furniture Allowance, G.O.C. (for nine months) ...

Table Allowance, G.O.C. (for nine months) ... ...

Expenses of General Officer Commanding returning to England on expiry of engagement ... ∑∑∑

General Officer Commanding *Expenses of removal on transfer from Brisbane to Sydney... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

i

Total Division No. 47 * For Allowances, see Schedule.

1901-2,

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

938*

500

| 1,250*

457* 457*

457* 457*

384* 384*

300 300

235 250 235 34

400 125 120 120

70

130

1,666

4,755 4,514

178 178

134 134

312 312

178 153

160 134 134

134 134

125 250

731 671

5,798 5,497

345 308

170 170

42 28

165 140

110 110

55 40

150 150

103 137

150 200

500

100

1,890 1,283

7,688 6,780

46 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued,

Number of Persons.

1901-2.

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES * Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

* Transfer.

continued. Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

D iv isio n N o . 48.

PAY BRANCH.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Staff Paymaster, eleven months at £400 Superintending Clerk ... ∑∑∑

Assistant Clerk ... ... ...

Do. ... ... ...

Do. ... .∑%† %†âˆ‘∑

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters (for one month) Rations (for one month) ... ... ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light (for one month) ... ...

Allowance for Orderly, at Is. per diem ...

Total Division No. 48

D iv isio n N o . 49.

ORDNANCE BRANCH.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

S t a f f Of f ic e , e t c .

Assistant Commissary-General of Ordnance ... Deputy Assistant Commissary-General of Ordnance Clerks *1 Chief at £275, 1 at £180, and 1 at £150 Clerk ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Non-recurring

A r mo ur y .

Lieutenant and Quartermaster (Superintending Clerk) Clerk ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Chief Armourer (Warrant Officer Sergeant-major) Armourer Staff Sergeant ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Armourer Sergeant ... ... ∑∑∑

Labourers, at £135 .∑∑ ... ∑∑∑

O r dna nc e S t o r e s .

Saddler... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Overseer (Warrant Officer, Conductor of Stores) Labourers, at £135 ... ... ∑∑∑

M a g a zin e , Go a t Isl a n d .

Laboratory Overseer (Warrant Officer, Conductor of Stores) Labourer ... ... ∑-∑ %†âˆ‘%† ∑%†âˆ‘

Watchman ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total S a l a r ies (carried forward) *For Allowances, see Schedule.

367 )

285 /

210 > 1,479

200 (

170 )

1,232 1,479

9 2 2

19

32

1,264 1,479

474* 474*

275* . . .

605 585

125 125

. . . 275

1,479 1,459

300 300

75 75

230 230

225 225

145 145

540 540

1,515 1,515

155 155

155 155

540 540

850 850

175* 175*

155 155

155 155

485 485

4,329 4,309

449

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending oOth June, 1902 47

VI. *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number 1901-3.

of Persons. Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance ofApproximate s l 1901-2.

Other Expenditure

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of as at Date of [ Transfer.

D iv isio n No . 49. £

, £ £

ORDNANCE BRANCH. Brought forward ... ... ... 4,329 4,309

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Extra Labour and Incidental Expenses ... ... 100 100

Rations ... ... ... ... ... 19 19

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... 27 27

Charge Pay ... ... ... ... ... 37 37

Lodging Allowance ... ... ... ... 200 200

Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ... 40 40

Subdivision No. 3.

423 423

General Stores (including Warlike Stores and Arnmuni-tion for Guns) ... ... ... ... ... 26,363 25,698j-

" Small Arm Ammunition ... ... ... ... 7,000

Non-recurring ... 89f

33,363 25,787

Total Division No. 49 ... 38,115 30,519

D iv isio n No . 50.

NEW SOUTH WALES REGIMENT, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY. Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. A r t il l er y St a f f .

1 I Officer Commanding Artillery Forces (for six months) ... 365* 547*

1 1 Firemaster and Chief Instructor School of Gunnery ... 356* 356*

1 1 Inspector of Ordnance Machinery ... ... ... 400 400

1 1 Quartermaster ... ... ... ... ... 200* 200*

1 1 Warrant Officer Assistant Firemaster, at 9s. 9d. per diem 178 178

1 1 Warrant Officer Master Gunner, 3rd Class, at 6s. lOd.

1

per diem ... ... ... ... ... 125 125

1 Warrant Officer Superintending Clerk, at 8s. 4d. per diem 153 153

1 1 Brigade Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 143 143

1 1 Warrant Officer Instructor in Gunnery, at 7s. lOd. per diem 143 143

1 1 Orderly-room Sergeant, at 6s. per diem ... ... 110 110

10 10

B r ig a d e Div isio n Fiel d Ar t il l er y .

B r ig a d e Div isio n St a f f .

2,173 2,355

1 1 Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding ... ... ... 420* 420*

1 1 Captain and Adjutant ... ... ... ... 321* 321*

1 1 Sergeant-Major, at 6s. 4d. per diem ... ... ... 116 116

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 6s. Id. per diem ... ... 111 111

1 1 Farrier Sergeant, at 5s. per diem ... ... ... 92 92

1 1 Wheeler Sergeant, at 5s. per diem ... ... ... 92 92

1 1 Collar-maker Sergeant, at 5s. per diem ... ... 92 92

7 7

A B a t t er y .

1,244 1,244

2 2 Lieutenants, at 11s. lOd. per diem ... ... ... 432* 432*

1 1 Lieutenant, at 9s. lOd. per diem ... ... ... 180* 180*

6 6 Sergeants, at 4s, per diem ... ... 438 438

6 6 Corporals, at 3s. 6d. do. ... ... 384 384

6 6 Bombardiers, at 3s. 2d. do. ... ... 347 347

3 3 Acting Bombardiers, at 2s. 8d. do. ... ... 146 146

2 2 Trumpeters, at 2s. 3d. do. ... ... 83 83

1 1 Collar-maker, at.3s. 3d. do. ... ... 60 60

1 1 Shoeing-smith, at 3s. 3d. do. ... ... 60 60

1 1 Wheeler, at 3s. 3d. do. ... ... 6060

108 108 Drivers and Gunners, at 2s. 3d. do. ... ... 4,436 4,436

137 137 6,626 6,626

154 154 Carried forward ... ... ... 10,043 10,225

* For Allowances, see Schedule, f Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

48 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

1901-2.

of Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Approximate Annual , Expenditure IS T5 £ %†8,(5 Maintenance or Continuance of

1901-2.

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer.

FORCES * continued.

Commonwealth.

£ £ £

D iv isio n No . 50.

NEW SOUTH WALES REGIMENT, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies,

154 154 Brought forward ... ... ... 10,043 10,225

G a r r iso n Div isio n *Reg imen t a l St a f f . 1 1 Adjutant and Staff Captain ... ... * 321* 321*

1 1 Warrant Officer Armament Clerk at 9s. 9d. per diem ... 178 178

1 1 Warrant Officer Sergeant-Major Artificer, at 9s. 9d. per 178 178 diem ... ... ... ... ... ...

2 2 Warrant Officers 2nd Class Master Gunners, at 7s. 10 per diem ... ... ... ... ... ... 286 286

1 1 Master Gunner, 3rd class, at 6s. lOd. per diem ... 125 125

1,000 8 8 Sergeant Artificers, at 6s. lOd. per diem ... ∑∑ 1,000

2

17

2

17

Park Sergeants, at 5s. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑

Musicians, 6 at 3s., 5 at 2s. 9d., and 6 at 2s. 6d. per diem

Musicians, at 2s. 3d. per diem ... ... ...

183 854

183 854

4 4 165 165

2 2 Supernumerary Musicians, at Is. 6d. per diem... ... 55 55

1 1 Warrant Officer Bandmaster, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... 153 153

1 1 Band Sergeant, at 5s. per diem. ... ... ∑∑∑ 92 92

... 1 Staff-Sergeant Trumpeter, at 4s. 6d. per diem ... ... 83 ...

1 1 Record Clerk, at 4s. 2d. per diem ... ... ... 77 77

1 1 Band Corporal, at 4s. per diem ... ... ∑∑%† 73 73

1 Non-recurring ... ... 83

44 44 3,823 3,823

G a r r iso n Co mpa n ies * O f f ic er s.

1,068* 3 3 Majors, at 19s. 6d. per diem ... ... ... 1,068*

3 3 Captains, at 17s. 7d. per diem ... ... ... 963* 963*

6 6 Lieutenants, at 11s. lOd. per diem ... ... ... 1,296* 1,296*

3 3 Lieutenants, at 9s. lOd. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ 540* 540*

15 15

W a r r a n t a n d No n -c o mmissio n ed Of f ic er s,

3,867 3,867

T r u mpet er s, a n d Gu n n er s.

297 297 3 3 Company Sergeants-Major, at 5s. 5d. per diem ...

3 3 Company Quartermaster-Sergeants, at 5s. 2d. per diem ... 283 283

15 15 Sergeants, at 4s. per diem ... ... ... .∑∑ 1,095 1,095

15 15 Corporals, at 3s. 6d. per diem ... ... ... 949 949

12 12 Bombardiers, at 3s. 2d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ 694 694

12 12 Acting Bombardiers, at 2s. 8d. per diem ;.. ... 584 584

9 9 Trumpeters, 6 at 2s. 3d., and 3 at Is. 6d. per diem ... 330 330

3 3 Artificers, at 4s. 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ 233 233

4 4 Artificers, at 3s. 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ 238 238

314 314 Gunners, at 2s. 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ 12,894 12,894

15 15 Boys, at Is. per diem ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 274 274

405 405 17,871 17,871

A d d it io n a l Ser v ic e Pa y , a s per Ro y a l W a r r a n t .

G o o d Co n d u c t Pa y .

Non-commissioned Officers, Trumpeters, Gunners, and 1,500 Drivers *Good Conduct Pay, at 3d. per badge ∑∑∑ 1,500

R e-en g a g in g Pa y .

Increase Pay on re-engagement to' Trumpeters, Gunners, 1,000 1,000 and Drivers, at 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑

2,500 2,500

618 618 Carried forward ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 38,104 38,286

For Allowances* see Schedule.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 2>0th June , 1902. 49

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1901-2.

of Persons. NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY Expenditure Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of Transfer.! i %†si |1 (N I UkCES *continued. D iv isio n No . 50. Other

Expenditure.

Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

<∑% s NEW SOUTH WALES REGIMENT, ROYAL

AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

618 618 Brought forward ... ...

E x t r a Du t y Pa y .

Command Pay *Four Officers Commanding ... ...

38,104 38,286

200 200

Allowance to Adjutants ... ... ... ... 65 65

Seven Orderly-room Clerks ... ... ...

Telephone Operators *one at Is. per diem ; and nine at 65 65

3d. per diem ... ... ... ... ... 60 60

Pioneer, Dawes * Battery, at Is. per diem ... ... 19 19

District Storemen ... ... ... ... 533 533

Gymnastic Instructor ... ... ... ... 39 39

Storeman, Mobilization Stores ... ... ... 7

P r in t in g Of f ic e.

One Printer, at Is. 9d. per diem ... ... ...

988 981

32 32

One Assistant Printer, at 9d. per diem ... ... 14 14

F ir e Ser v ic e.

One Non-commissioned Officer as Fireman, at 6d. per diem

46 46

10 10

S pec ia l ist s.

Twenty-two Gunlayers, at 3d. per diem ... ... 101 101

Twenty-two Range-finders, at 3d. per diem ... ... 101 101

Sixteen Signallers, at 3d. per diem ... ... ... 73 73

Four Company Pay Sergeants, at Is. per diem ... 73 73

Acting Staff-Captain ... ... ... ... 65 65

* Firemaster ... ... ... ... 46 46

459 459

G18 618 Total Sa l a r ies ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

39,607 39,782

Forage Allowance *Officers * Horses... ... ... 476 476

Forage Allowance *100 Field Battery Horses, at £20 ... 2,000 2,000

Uniforms, as per Clothing Regulations ... ...

Free Rations of bread, meat, groceries, and vegetables, at 3,696 3,696

lOd. per ration per diem ... ... ... ... 10,000 10,000

Fuel and Light under Allowance Regulations ... ... 950 940

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... 1,000 1,000

Band Allowance and Instruments ... ... ... 150 150

Mess Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 100 100

Artillery Association (Prizes) ... ... ... 140 140

Steamer Hire *Troops to Batteries ... ... ... 100 100

Free Kits for Recruits ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses for Officers, Non-commissioned 600 600

Officers, and Men on duty ... ... ... 500 500

Books for Garrison Library ... ... ... 50 50

Guard Boat Service ... ... ... ... 960 920

Removing and Mounting, Examination and Cleaning, &c., 500 of Ordnance and Munitions of War ... ... 500

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ... ... 1,574 1,500

Towards maintaining Apparatus in Gymnasium ... 50 50

Purchase of Tools, &c., Artillery Workshops ... ... 100 100

Helmets and Great Coats ... ... ... ... 350 350

Medical Attendance at Out Stations ... ... 125125

Stipend Allowance to Ministers of various Denominations 200200

Uniform Allowance *Officers on first appointment ... 100

Expenses Officer *Ø*ø England on expiry of engagement ... 100

23,821 23,497

63,428 63,279

Less Saving, A Battery in South Africa ... 1,500 1,500

Total Division No. 50 ... 61,928 1 61,779

F.4561. d

50

Number of Persons.

I f n < o

oi

1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 .1

1 1

1 1

2 2

3 3

1 1

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

22 22

1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

1 1

26 26

39 39

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 80th June , 1902.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1901-3.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 51.

ENGINEERS.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

St a f f Of f ic e, f o e En g in eer Ser v ic es.

Staff Officer ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑"

Chief Surveyor ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Surveyor ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Division Officers, at £312 10s. (North and South) ...

Chief Draughtsman ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑'∑

Assistant Surveyor and. Draughtsmanf ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Submarine Mining, Storekeeper ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Stall Instructor to Field Companies and Quartermaster... Staff Instructor to Electricians ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†%†

Sergeant-Artificer, Electricians ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Corporal-Artificers, at 6s. lOd. per diem ∑-∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks of Works, at £250 ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Superintending and Record Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑

Division Clerks, 1 at £200, 1 at £180 ... ∑∑∑

Orderly Room Clerk ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Messenger ... ∑%†âˆ‘ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Storeman-Carpenter, at 7s. 10s. per diem ... ∑∑∑

E x t r a Do t y Pa y .

Coxswains for Submarine Mining Steamers, 1 at Is., and 1 at 8d. per diem ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑%†

Engine-drivers Submarine Mining Steamers, at Is. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ _ _ _∑∑∑

Warrant Officer for discharging the duties of Division Officer for Engineer Services, from 1st April, 1902 ...

Total Sa l a r ies ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Stores for instructional purposes for Nos. 1 and 2 Field Companies ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ _∑∑∑

Stores for instructional purposes for No. 3 Submarine Mining Company ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ _ ∑∑∑

Stores for instructional purposes for No. 4 Electric Com≠ pany ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ _ _%†âˆ‘∑

Stores' and Incidental Expenses for Submarine Mining Steamers and Boats ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Uniforms for Non-commissioned Officers ... ∑∑%†

Quarters ... -∑∑ ∑%†%† ∑∑∑

Rations for two Warrant Officers and one Non-commis≠ sioned Officer ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 51 ...

D iv isio n N o . 52.

SUBMARINE MINERS.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. Officer Commanding ... ... ∑∑∑ **'

Company Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... ∑∑∑

Quartermaster-Sergeant and Pay Sergeant, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ ∑ *

Sergeants, at 7s. 4d. per diem .∑∑ %†âˆ‘%† ∑∑∑

Corporals, at 6s. 4d. per diem ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

2nd Corporals, at 5s. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Bugler, at 2s. 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Sappers, at 4s. per diem ... ... ∑*∑ ∑∑∑

Carried forward ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Other

Expenditure.

£

Expenditure soleiy for the Maintenance or Conti.) n: of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £

496 496

350* 350*

292 292

625 625

250 250

240 * t

183* 183*

240* 24C*

183* 183*

143* 143*

250* 250*

750 750

235 235

380 380

200 200

130 130

143 143

31 31

37 37

13 *

5,171 4,918

100 100

100 100

100 100

300 300

70 70

85 85

74 70

25 25

854 850

6,025 5,768

384* 384*

153 153

134 134

268 268

347 347

365 365

42 42

1,898 1,898

3,591 3,591

* For Allowances, see Schedule, t Paid from Defence Works Vote last yeai.

453

Number of Persons.

4) U Id ´2 *Ã¥ S 15 g to4* <%†8

39 39

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

"2 2

5 5

11 111

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, j 902. 51

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1901-2.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n No . 52. SUBMARINE MINERS.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Common wealth.

Approximate ' Annual Expenditure as at Date o!

Transfer.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. £ £ £

Brought forward ... ... ... 3,591 3,591

A d d it io n a l Ser v ic e Pa y , a s per Ro y a l W a r r a n t .

Good Conduct Pay ... ... ... ...

Re-engagement Pay to Sappers and Bugler ... ...

95 87

95 87

E x t r a Du t y Pa y .

Orderly Room Clerk, at Is. per diem ... ...

Pay Corporal, at Is. per diem ... ... ...

19 19

19 19

220 220

Total Sa l a r ies ... ...; 3,811 3,811

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Allowance for Uniform, &c., including 1 Officer on 1st appointment ... ... ... ... ...

Free Rations, Fuel, and Light ... ... ...

Forage Allowance, 1 Officer Commanding ... ...

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ...

Free' Kits for Recruits ... ... ... ...

*Ø

325 650 34 25

30

325 650 34 25

60

1,064 1,094

Total Division No. 52 ... 4,875 4,905

Division No. 53.

PERMANENT ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Colonel and Principal Medical Officer ... ...

Warrant Officer, Garrison Compounder, in charge of Hospital, at 9s. 9d. per diem ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Sergeant, Assistant Ward-master, Compounder, and Store≠ keeper, at 6s. 4d. per diem ... ... ...

Corporal, at 5s. 5d. per diem ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑

2nd Corporals, at 4s. 6d. per diem ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Privates, at 3s. per diem ... ... ... ...

609*

178

116 91) 166 274

609*

178

116 99

166 27 1

1,442 1,442

A d d it io n a l Ser v ic e Pa y , a s per Ro y a l W a r r a n t .

Command Pay ..1 ... ... ... ...

Pay Sergeant, at 6d. per diem ... ... ...

Re-ongaging Pay... ... ... ... ...

Good Conduct Pay, at 3d. per Badge ... ...

Orderly Room Clerk, at 6d. per diem ... ... ...

Storeman, at Is. per di'em ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Cook, at till, per diem ... ... ... ...

15 10 53 65

10 19 10

15 10 53 65

10 19 10 .

182 182

Total Sa l a r ies ... ... 1,624 1,624

Subdivision No. 2 .∑ *C o n t in g en c ies. Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ...

Allowance id lieu of Quarters ... ... ...

Forage Allowance ... ... ... ...

Stable Allowance ... ... ... ..

Maintenance and Renewal of Ambulance Equipment ... Uniforms for the CorpS, and Kits ... ... ..

Rations, Fuel, and Light ... ... ... ...

50

226 '

34 14 50

100 250

50 226 34 14

50

100 250

724 724

Total Division No. 53 ... 2,348 1 2,348

D 2

* For' Allowances, see Schedule.

52 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e * continued.

1ST umber of Persons.

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2

10 10

16 16

1 1

1 1

ID O l -2 ,

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY

_ FORCES * continued. D iv isio n N o . 54.

PERM ANENT ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ie s.

Adjutant Pay and Quartermaster ... ...

Warrant Officer, 1st class Staff Sergeant-Major Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 7s. 101. per diem Sergeant, at 4s. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Corporal, at 3s. 6d. per diem %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Drivers, at 2s. 3d. per diem ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

A ddit io na l Pa y .

Pay Sergeant, at 6d. per diem ... ∑∑∑

Re-engaging Pay ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑%†

Good Conduct Pay ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Corps Pay ... ∑∑- ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Sa l a r ie s ... ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co nt ing e nc ie s .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... -

Forage Allowance ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Uniform and Kits for Corps -∑ ∑∑%†

Rations ... ∑∑∑ -%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑**

Forage for 10 Garrison Horses, at £20 ...

Repairs to Harness, Vehicles, and Renewals ∑∑∑ Incidentals ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 54 ...

D iv isio n N o . 55. *

BARRACK SECTION (PERMANENT ARMY SERVICE CORPS).

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. Barrack Sergeant, at 7s. 4d. per diem ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co nt ing e nc ie s . Allowance in lieu of Uniform ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑%†

Rations ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Bed-making by Contract .. ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ _ ∑%†âˆ‘

Washing Barrack and Hospital Bedding and Clothing ... Working Pay, Airing, Shaking, and Repairing Blankets Repairing Hospital and Barrack Bedding ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Office-cleaner, H.Q.S. Offices ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Office-cleaners, Regtl. Office, Volunteer Force, and Pay Office

Total Division No. 55 ...

D iv isio n N o . 56.

VETERINARY DEPARTMENT. Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. Captain and Principal Veterinary Surgeon ... Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies . Forage allowance for 1 Captain ... ∑∑

Stable Allowance ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Drugs for Horses ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Allowance for Clerk, at Is. per diem ... ∑∑

Total Division No. 56

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure i sole y for the i

Maintenanre or Coiitinuanee of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

__________

£ £ £

277* 277*

178 178

143 143

73 73

128 128

411 411

. 1,210 1,210

10 10

19 19

73 73

216 216

318 318

1,528 1,528

250 250

34 34

14 14

180 180

310 310

45 45

200 200

100 100

25 25

1,158 1,158

2,686 2,686

134* 134*

5 5

18 18

5 5

30 30

100 100

50 50

40 40

40 40

56 50

344 338

478 472

200*

.

200*

34 34

14 14

50 50

19 19

117 117

317 317

For Allowances, see Schedule.

455

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

10

688 688

S ii NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES *

v 3

%†ÃŸJ 4-8 1901-2,

continued.

P a r t ia l l y Pa id Fo r c es.

D iv isio n No . 57.

LANCERS REGIMENT.

Maximum per annum.*

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

& 1 1 Officer Commanding ... ... ...

£ s. 56 0

] 1 Major ... ... ... ... ... 40 0

13 13 Captains ... ... ... ... 32 0

13 13 1st Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 24 0

13 13 2nd Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 20 0

1 1 Quartermaster ... ... ... ... 32 0

6 6 Squadron Sergeants-Major ... ... ... 13 12

6 6 Squadron Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ... 13 12

27 27 Sergeants ... ... ... ... 12 0

6 6 Farrier Sergeants ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ 12 0

1 1 Saddler-Sergeant ... ... ∑∑* ... 12 0

1 1 Trumpeter Sergeant ... ... ... 12 0

27 27 Corporals ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ 11 4

12 12 Trumpeters ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 8 0

13 13 Shoeing Smiths ... ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ 9 12

12 12 Saddlers ... ... ... ... 9 12

500 500 Troopers and Privates ... ... ... 9 12

1 1 Band Sergeant ... ... ... ... 12 0

1 1 Band Corporal ... ... ... ... il 4

23 23 Bandsmen ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 9 12

Command Pay ... ... ... %†âˆ‘%†

Towards Continuous Training, 3J days * pay ...

678 678

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Less estimated saving ...

P e r ma ne nt St a f f .

Adjutant and Paymaster, at 18s. per diem ...

Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem Quartermaster Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... Orderly Room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. * ...

Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. lOd. * ...

Sergeant Instructor, at 7s. 4d, * ...

Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Forage allowance, 1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major, at £17 ... ... ... ... ∑.∑ ∑∑%†

Forage allowance, 1 Staff Officer and 9 Non-commissioned Officers, at £34 ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Stable allowance, 1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major, and 1 Staff Officer, and 9 N.C. Officers ... ... ∑∑∑

Allowance in lieu of quarters, Staff Officer and 9 N.C. Officers ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Rations ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Fuel and light ... ... ∑.∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Capitation allowance for Uniform, &c. ... ...

Cleaning Regimental Offices ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Band allowance ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ %†âˆ‘∑ %†%†âˆ‘

Allowance towards keep of Regimental Band Horses ...

35 25

260 195 163 20

51 51

203 45 8 8 189

60 78 72

3,000 8 7 138

30

1,078

5,724f 590

Total Division No. 57 ...

Including Camp Pay. 1 Not including Camp Pay. For Allow -nces, see Sche lilc.

5,184f 5,134|

329} 329|

160: 1601

160} 160+

143j 1431

715j 715$

134f 134$

1,641 1,641

6,775 6,775

34 34

340 340

165 165

351 351

43 43

17 17

1,740 1,740

12 12

50 50

175 175

2,927 2,927

9,702 9,702

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

35 25

260 195 163 20

51 51

203 45 8 8 189

60 78 72

3,000 8 7 138

30

1,078

5,724f 590

54 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 tk June, 1902.

VII. * Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued. 1901-2.

Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Approximate Annual Expenditure il Other Maintenance or Continuance of i Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of as at Date of Transfer.1 NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY TO 11C E S * contin tied.Transfer to the Commonwealth.£ £ £ D iv isio n No . 58.1st AUSTRALIAN HORSE.Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.Maximum per annum.* ¨ S ´41 1 Officer Commanding ... ... ... 56 0 35 351 1 Major ... ... ... ... ... 40 0 25 2512 12 Captains ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 32 0 240 24012 12 1 sh Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 24 0 180 18012 12 2ad Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 20 0 150 1501 2 Quartermasters ... ... ... ... 24 0 20 156 6 Squadron Sergeant-Majors ... ... ... 13 12 51 516 6 Squadron Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ... 13 12 51 5124 24 Sergeants ... ... ... ... 12 0 180 1800 6 Farrier-Sergeants... ... ... ... 12 0 45 451 1 Saddler-Sergeant ... ... ... ... 12 0 8 81 1 Trumpeter-Sergeant ... ... ... 12 0 8 824 24 Corporals ... ∑∑%† ... ... 11 4 168 1681 1 11 Trumpeters ... ... ∑∑∑ ... 8 0 55 5512 12 Shoeiug-smiths ... ... ... ... 9 12 72 7211 11 Saddlers ... ... ∑∑∑ ... 9 12 66 66462 462 Troopers and privates ... ... ... 9 12 2,772 2,7721 1 Band-Sergeant ... ... ... ... 12 0 8 81 1 Band Corporal ... ... ... ... 11 4 7 723 23 Bandsmen ... ... ... ... 9 12 138 138Command Pay ... ... ... ... 30 30Towards Continuous Training, 3^ days * pay ... ... 997 997628 629 5,306$ 5,301$ * Less estimated saving 540 540P er ma n en t St a f f .Adjutant and Paymaster, at 18s, per diem ...4,766$4,761$ 1 1 329$ 329$1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem . 160+160+1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160+ 160+1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 143+ 143$5 5 Sergeant-Instructors, at 7s. lOd. * ... 715$ 715$1 1 Sergeant-Instructor, at 7s. 4d. * ... 134$ 134+10 10 1,641 1,641638 538 Total S a l a r ies ... ... ... 6,407 6,402Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .Forage Allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major, at£17 ... ....................................................... 34 34Forage Allowance *1 Staff Officer, and 9 Non-commis-sioned Officers, £34 ... ... ... 340 340Stable Allowance * 1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major, and1 Staff Officer, and 9 Non-commissioned Officers ... 165 165Allowance in lieu of Quarters *Staff Officer and 9 Non-commissioned Officers ... ... ... 351 351Rations ... ... ... ... ... 43 43Fuel and light ... ... ... ... 17 17Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ... 1,615 1,615C'caning Regimental) Offices ... ...... 12 12Band Allowance ... ... ... ... 50 50Allowance towards keep of Regimental Band Horses ... 175 1752,802 2,802Total Division No. 58 ... 9,209 9,204* Including Camp Pay. t Not including Camp Pay. $ For Allowances, see Schedule.

Estimates of Expenditure fo r the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

VII.∑ * Th e D epa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

55

Number of Persons.

425 425

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

4 4

8 8

433 433

s i c4 -gS <*Ø o 1 NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES *

continued.

D iv isio n No . 59.

MOUNTED RIFLES REGIMENT.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Maximum per annum.*

£ s.

1 1 Officer Commanding ... ... ... 56 0

1 1 Major ... ... ... ... ... 40 0

8 8 Captains ... ... . ... ... 32 0

8 8 1st Lieutenants ... ... ... ... . 24 0

8 8 2nd Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 20 0

1 1 Qii aftermaster ... ... ... ... 24 0

4 4 Squadron Sergeant-Majors ... ... ... 13 12

4 4 Squadron Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ... 13 12

16 16 Sergeants ... ... ... ... 12 0

8 8 Farrier-Seigeants... ... ... ... 12 0

32 32 Corporals ... ... ... ... 11 4

8 8 Trumpeters ... ... ... ... 8 0

8 8 Slioeing-smiths ... ... ... ... 9 12

4 4 Saddlers ... ... ... ... 9 12

292 292 Troopers and Privates ... ... ... 9 12

1 1 Band-Sergeant ... ... ... ... 12 0

1 1 Band Corporal ... ... ... ... 11 4

20 20 Bandsmen ... ... ... ... 9 12

Command Pay .... ... ... ...

Towards Continuous Training, 84 days * pay ... ...

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ &

Less estimated saving

P e r ma ne nt St a f f .

Adjutant and Paymaster, at 18s. per diem ...

Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ...

Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ...

Total Sa l a r ie s

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Forage allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major, at £17 ... ... ... " ... _ ...

Forage allowance *Staff Officer and 7 Non-commissioned Officers, at £34... ... ... ... ...

Stable allowance *1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major 1 Staff Officer, and 7 Non-commissioned Officers ... Allowance in lieu of quarters *Staff Officer and 7 Non≠ commissioned Officers ... ... ...

Rations ... ∑∑∑ ... ...

Fuel and light ... ... ... ...

Band allowance ... ∑∑∑ ...

Capitation allowance *Uniform, &c. .. ...

Special clothing allowance for increased strength Cleaning Regimental Offices ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Allowance towards keeping Regimental Band Horses

t Including Camp Pay.

Total Division No. 59 t Not including Camp Pay.

35 35

25 25

160 160

120 120

100 100

15 15

34 34

34 34

120 120

60 60

224 224

44 44

48 48

24 24

1,752 1,752

8 8

7 7

120 120

30 30

683 683

3,643f 3,643f 370 370

3,273| 3,273-f

329+ 329+

160 J 160::

160+ 160::

1437 143::

572J 5727

1,364 1,364

4,637 4,637

34 3-1

278 272

143 140

300 294

48 48

17 17

50 50

1,098 1,098

55 55

12 175

. 2,210 2,008

(5,8-17 6,645

X For Allowances, see Schedule,

56 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30tk June, 1902.

VII. *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued. IDO 1-2,

of Persons. Expenditure |

solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of

Approximate

li NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES * Other

Expenditure

%†si c4 continued.

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer. Transfer to the

<%†0 1 Commonwealth.

D iv isio n No . 60. £

NEW SOUTH WALES ARTILLERY £

&

Subdivision No. 1. *Sa l a r ies. Maximum

F iel d Ar t il l er y Br ig a d e. per annum.*

2 2 Majors ... ... ... ... ...

£ s.

40 0 50 50

2 2 Captains ... ... ... ... 32 0 40 40

2 2 1st Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 24 0 30 30

4 4 2nd Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 20 0 50 50

2 2 Battery Sergeant-Majors ... ... ... 13 12 17 17

2 2 Battery Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ... 12 16 16 16

2 2 Farrier Sergeants ... ... ... 12 0 15 15

8 8 Sergeants ... ... ... ... 12 0 60 60

8 8 Corporals ... ... ... ... 11 4 06 56

8 8 Bombardiers ... ... ... ... 10 8 52 52

4 4 Trumpeters ... ... ... ... 8 0 20 20

94 94 Gunners and Drivers ... ... ... 9 12 564 564

2 2 Shoeing-smiths ... ... ... ... 9 12 12 12

1 1 Surgeons (attached) ... ... ... 32 32

Towards Continuous Training, 3-| days ... ... 230 230

141 141 1,244j" 1,244$

Less estimated saving ... 130 130

G a r r iso n Div isio n .

Majors Commanding Companies ... ...

1,114+ 1,114+

4 4 40 0 100 100

4 4 Captains ... ... ... ... 32 0 80 80

8 8 1st Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 24 0 120 120

4 4 2nd Lieutenants ... ... ... ... 20 0 50 50

4 4 Company Sergeant-Majors ... ... ... 13 12 34 34

4 4 Company Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ...12 16 32 32

16 16 Sergeants ... ... ... ... 12 0 120 120

24 24 Corporals ... ... ... ... 11 14 168 168

22 22 Bombardiers ... ... ... ... 10 8 143 143

8 8 Trumpeters ... ... ... ... 8 0 40 40

344 344 Gunners ... ... ... ... 9 12 2,064 2,064

3 3 Surgeons (attached) ... ... ... 96 96

Towards Continuous Training ... ...... 689 689

445 445 3,736f 3,736$

* * Less estimated saving ... 380 380

P er ma n en t St a f f .

3,356t 3,356$

1 1 Adjutant and Paymaster, at 17s. 7d. per diem ... 321$ 321$

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 9s. 9d. per diem 178$ 178$

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 8s. 2d. per diem ... 150$ 150$

3 3 649 649

589 589 Total S a l a r ies ... ... ... 5,119 5,119

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. Allowance in lieu of quarters * 1 Adjutant and 2 N.C. Officers 128 128

Rations ... ... ... ... ... 48 48

Fuel and light ... ... ... ... 17 17

Capitation allowance for Uniform, &c. ... 1,182 1,186

Artillery Association (Prize firing) ... ... 100 100

Hire of Steamers for conveyance to and from the Heads 150 150

Forace allowance *1 Adjutant ... ... 34 34

Stable allowance *1 Adjutant ... ... 14 14

Horse allowance. 10 Field Battery Officers, at £ 17 cacli 170 170

Extra Duty Pay to Artillery Instructors ... 100 100

Horse allowance ... ... ... ... 68 68

Adjutant *s allowance ... ... ... 46 46

Extra Labour and Incidentals ... ... 50 50

2,107 2,111

| Total Division No. 60 ... 7,226 7,230

* Including Camp Pay. t Not, including Camp Pay, + For Allowance:, tee Schedule.

459

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 57

Number of Persons.

∑+= u

-3 o

1 2 2 2 2 2 4

4 4 4

100 2

129

1 2 2

1 2 2 1 1

67

80

1 2 2 2

2 2 4 4 4 4

100 2

129

1 2 2 1

1 2 2 1

1

67

80

V IL *Th e D epa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY

FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 61. CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. R e g ime nt a l St a f f .

Director of Military Telegraphs ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Forage allowance ... ... ... ...

Stable ,, ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 61

D iv isio n N o . 62. ENGINEERS *Nos. 1 AND 2 FIELD

COMPANIES. .

Subdivision No. L *Sa l a r ies. Major (Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel) Commanding Captains ... ... ...

First Lieutenants ... ...

Second Lieutenants ... ...

Company Sergeants-Major ... ...

Quartermaster-Sergeants ... ...

Sergeants ... ... ...

First Corporals ... ... ...

Second Corporals ... ...

Buglers ... ... ... ...

Sappers... ... ... ...

Storemen, at 7s. 4d. per diem ...

Command Pay ... ... ...

Towards Continuous Training, 3^∑ days

Maximum per annum.*

£ s.

40 28 24 16

16 13 12

12 0

11 4

9 12

10 8

Less estimated saving

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies Forage allowance ... ... ...

Stable allowance ... ... ...

Capitation allowance for uniforms, &c.. Quarters ... ... ...

Horse hire for Carts and Waggons ...

Total Division No. 62

D iv isio n N o . 63.

S u bma r in e M in er s *No. 3 Co mpa n y .

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies. Captain ... ...

First Lieutenants ... Second Lieutenants Company Sergeant-Major Quartermaster-Sergeant Sergeants ∑ ...

First Corporals ...

Second Corporal ... Bugler ... ...

Sappers ... ...

Command Pay ... ... ... ...

Allowance for Extra Proficiency as Submarine Miners

Less estimated saving

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies . Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ...

Including Camp Pay.

Total Division No. 63 t Not including Camp Pay,

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonweal th.

£ £ £

60 60

17 17

14 14

31 31

91 91

32 32

54 54

*

38 38

32 32

21 21

21 21

36 36

32 32

30 30

26 26

680 680

27*∏*Ø 270} 30 30

205 205

1,507f 1,5071

150 150

1,357 f 1,357 f

17 17

14 14

264 264

64 64

60 60

419 419

1,776 1,776

42 42

62 62

42 42

19 19

17 17

30 30

25 25

10 10

8 8

563 563

15 15

272 272

1,105 1,105

110 no

995 995

1(0 160

i 1,155 1,155

+ For Allowances, see Schedule.

58 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th Jane, 1902.

VII. *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons. *ä*†*ì * NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY

11 FORCES * continued.

" "s 1 D iv isio n No . 64.

*

ENGINEERS *No. 4. COMPANY ELECTRICIANS. Maximum

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. per annum* £ s.

] 1 Captain ... ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ 40 0

2 2 1 st Lieutenants ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 28 O

2 2 2nd Lieutenants ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑%† 24 O

1 1 Company Sergeant-Major ... ... ... 16 O

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant ... .∑∑ .∑∑ 16 0

5 5 Sergeants ... ... ... ∑∑%† 13 12

6 6 1st Corporals ... ... ... ... 12 O

3 3 2nd Corporals ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 11 4

2 2 Buglers ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ -∑∑ ∑∑%† 9 12

80 80 Sappers ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 10 8

2 2 Storemen, at 6s. lOd. per diem ... ...

Command Pay ... ... * ∑∑∑

Extra Proficiency ... ... ... ..

Towards Continuous Training, 3j days ...

Less"estimated saving

105 105 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ...

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ∑∑∑ ...

Forage Allowance, 1 Mounted Officer ...

Stable Allowance, 1 Mounted Officer ...

Hire of Horses and Steamers ... ∑∑%†

Total Division No. 64...

D iv isio n No . 65.

INFANTRY REGIMENTS. Maximum

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. per annum.*

In f a n t r y * 1 st Reg imen t . £ s.

1 1 Officer Commanding ... ... ... ,'6 0

1 1 Major ... ... ... ∑.∑ ∑∑∑ 40 0

10 10 Captains ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ 32 0

10 10 1st Lieutenants ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 24 0

10 10 2nd Lieutenants ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑ 20 O

1 1 Quartermaster ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 24 0

1 1 Bugle-Major ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† 13 12

10 10 Colour-Sergeants ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 13 12

30 30 Sergeants ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 12 0

40 40 Corporals ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑*∑ 11 4

20 20 Buglers ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑-∑ ∑∑∑ 8 U

470 470 Privates ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑%† 9 12

1 1 Band Sergeant ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ 12 0

1 1 Band Corporal ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 11 4

23 23 Bandsmen ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑%† 9 12

Command Pay ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ...

1 1 Surgeon (attached) ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Towards Continuous Training, 3^∑ days * pay ...

630 630

630 630 In f a n t r y , 2n d R eg imen t ß ... ...

630 630 In f a n t r y , 3r d R eg imen t ß ... ... ...

630 630 In f a n t r y , 4ih R eg imen t ß ... %†âˆ‘∑

Less estimated saving

2520 2520 Carried forward ...

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure soSe'y for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

30 30

42 42

35 35

12 12

12 12

50 50

54 54

25 25

14 14

609 609

2p0} 250j:

15 15

157 157

174 174

1,479f M79t 150 150

l,329f l,329t

216 216

58 58

17 17

14 14

90 90

395 395

1,724 1,724

35 35

25 25

200 200

150 150

125 125

15 15

10 10

85 85

225 225

280 280

109 109

2,820 2,820

8 8

7 7

138 138

30 30

32 32

985 9S5

5,2791" 5,279t

5,279t 5,279f 5.279f 5,279f 5,279| 5,2791"

21,116 21,116 2,25Q 2,250

18,866 18,836

* Including Camp Pay. t Not including Camp Pay. \ For Allowances, see Schedule. ß Ranks and Rates as for Infantry, 1st Regiment.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 80th June , 1902. 59

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number 1901-2.

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES *

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continilivice of

| |

Approximate

continued. Other

Annual Expenditure

I j

1 D iv isio n N o . 65.

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of as at Date of Transfer.

<15

INFANTRY REGIMENTS.

Transfer to the Common w eal th.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

2520 2520 Brought forward ... ... 18,866 18,866

In f a n t r y . *1 st Reg imen t .

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1 1 Adjutant and Paymaster, at 20s. 3d. per diem ... 370* 370*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem160* 1 GO*

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem 160* 160*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... 153* 153*

6 6 Sergeants, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... ... ... 858* 858*

10 10

In f a n t r y . *2 n d Reg imen t .

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1,701 1,701

1 1 Adjutant and Paymaster, at 18s. 3d. per diem ... 334* 334*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem 160* 160*

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 143* 143*

5 5 Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem 715* 715*

1 1 Sergeant Instructor, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... 134* 134*

10 10

In f a n t r y . *3 r d Reg imen t .

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1,646 1,646

1 1 Adjutant and Paymaster, at 20s. 3d. per diem ... 370* 370*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8a. 9d. per diem 160* 160*

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

6 6 Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 858* 858*

1 1 Sergeant Instructor, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... 134* 134*

11 11

In f a n t r y . *4 t h Reg imen t .

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1,842 1,842

1 1 Adjutant and Paymaster, at 18s. 3d. per diem ... 334* 334*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem 160* 160*

1 , 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 143* 143*

5 5 Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... 715* 715*

2 2 Sergeant Instructors, at 7s. 4d, per diem ... ... 268* 268*

11 11 1,780 1,780

2562 2562 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ... 25,835 25,835

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

In f a n t r y . * 1 st Reg imen t .

Forage Allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major at £17, and 1 Adjutant at £34 ... ... ...

Stable Allowance *1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major, and 68 68

1 Adjutant ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance in lieu of quarters *1 Adjutant and 9 Non- 42 42

commissioned Officers ... ... 394 394

Rations .. .... ,.. ... ... 60 60

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... 27 27

Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ... .., 1,305 1,305

Baud Allowance ... ... ... 50 50

Horse Allowance *1 Surgeon (attached) ... ... 17 17

Carried forward ... j

1,963 1,963

25,835 25,835

For Allowances, see Schedule.

Estimates of Expenditure fu r the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

VII. *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

60

Number of Persons.

s i

5 =

315

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY

FOR CES * continued.

D iv isio n N o 65.

INFANTRY REGIMENTS.

Brought forward ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Brought forward ...

In f a n t r y . * 2 n d R eg imen t .

Forage Allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major at £17, and 1 Adjutant at £34 ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ _ ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance *1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major, and 1 Adjutant ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Allowance in lieu of quarters *-1 Adjutant and 9 Non≠ commissioned Officers ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Rations ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ∑-∑ ∑∑∑

Band Allowance ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Horse Allowance *1 Surgeon (attached) ... ...

In f a n t r y . * 3 r d Reg imen t .

Forage Allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1 Major at £17, and 1 Adjutant at £34 ... ... _ ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance *1 Officer Commanding. 1 Major, and 1 Adjutant ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ *Æ’ ∑∑∑

Allowance in lieu of quarters *1 Adjutant and 10 Non≠ commissioned Officers ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Rations ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑ %†âˆ‘%†

Fuel and Light ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ... ∑∑∑

Band Allowance ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Horse Allowance * 1 Surgeon (attached) ... ...

Cleaning. Regimental Offices ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

In f a n t r y . * 4 t ii Reg imen t .

Forage Allowance *1 Officer Commanding and 1

Major at £17, and 1 Adjutant at £34 ... ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance *1 Officer Commanding, 1 Major, and 1 Adjutant ... *Æ’ .

Allowance in lieu of quarters *1 Adjutant and 10 Non≠ commissioned Officers .∑∑ Rations ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

Fuel and Light ... ∑∑∑

Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. Band Allowance ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Horse Allowance, 1 Surgeon (attached) Cleaning Regimental Stores and Offices

Total C o n t in g en c ies ...

Total Division No. 65

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate . Annual

Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ &

25,835 25,835

1,963 1,963

68 68

42 42

365 358

46 46

2 0 20

1,305 1,305

50 50

17 17

1,913 1,906

68 68

42 42

417 417

48 48

27 27

1,310 1,310

50 50

17 17

12

1,991 1,979

68 68

42 42

390 390

46 46

20 20

1,310 1,310

50 50

17 17

20 ...

1,963 1,943

-

7,830 7,791

33,665 33,626

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 61

Number of Persons,

As at Date '

of Transfer. %†

1901-2.

1 1

3 3

3 3

1 1

3 3

1 1

2 2

7 7

14 14

3 3

154 154

193 193

1 3 3 3

1 3 3

12 12 3 138

1 3 3 3

1 3 3

12 12 3

138

182 182

V iI. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES *

con tin tied.

D iv isio n N o . 66.

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

Major (Brevet Lieut.-Coloncl) Commanding Captains ...

Lieutenants ...

Quartermaster ...

Sergeant-Majors ... Sergeant, as Compounder Quartermaster-Sergeant Sergeants Corpora! s Buglers ...

Privates ... Command Pay Towards Continuous Training, 3^ days * pay

| Maximum per annum *

£ s. 48 0

32 0

24 0

24 0

.. 13 12

.. 13 12

∑∑ 13 12

.. 12 0

.. 11 4

%† %† 8 0 ∑%† 9 12

Less estimated saving

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Warrant Officer and Staff Instructor, at 9s. 9d. per diem

Total S a l a r ies ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies . Horse allowance * 1 Major and 3 Captains, at £17 ...

Allowance in lieu of quarters ... ... ...

Capitation Allowance for Uniforms, &o. ... ...

Rations, Fuel, and Light ... ... ... ...

Hire of Horses for Ambulance Waggons ... ...

Total Division No. 66

D iv isio n N o . 67.

ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s. Major ... ... ... ...

Captains... ... ... ...

1st Lieutenants ... ... ...

2nd Lieutenants ... ... ...

Warrant Officer ... ... ...

Company Sergeant-Majors ... ...

Company Quartermaster-Sergeants ... Sergeants ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑ ∑

Corporals ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Buglers ... ... ... ...

Privates and Drivers ... ...

Command Pay ... ∑∑∑ ...

Towards Continuous Training, 3^ days * pay

Maximum per annum. * £ s. 40 0

32 0

24 0

20 0

13 12 13 12 13 12 12 0

11 4

8 0

9 12

Less estimated saving

Total Sa l a r ie s ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies . Capitation Allowance for Uniforms ... ...

Stable Allowance *1 Officer Commanding ... Horse Allowance * 10 Officers, at £17 ...

Hire of Horses for Instructional purposes ...

Total Division No. 67

1901-2.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ | £

48 43

96 96

72 72

15 15

26 26

9 9

17 17

53 53

98 ∑ 98

15 15

924 924

10 10

270 270

1.653} 1,653} 170 170

1,483 j" 1,483}

178} 178}

1,661 1,661

68 68

42 42

389 389

50 50

50 50

599 599

2,260 2,260

25 25

60 60

45 45

38 38

9 9

26 26

26 26

90 90

84 84

15 15

828 828

15 15

291 291

1,552} 1,552} 160 160

1,392} 1,392}

364 364

14 14

170 170

100 100

648 648

2,040 2,040

For Allowances, see Schedule. * Including Camp Pay. t Not including Camp Pay.

62 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

*â umber of 1901-3.

Persons. Expenditure

sole'y for the Approximate

if

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES * Other

Expenditure.

Maintenance -or Continuance ofExpenditure

as at Date of Transfer.

s Transfer to the

^"S g D iv isio n No . 68. Commonwealth.

£ £ £

PARTIALLY-PAID FORCES *GENERAL . i

CONTINGENCIES.

Subdivision No. 1. Share of Expenses, Printing Documents, &c. ... ... 600 600*

Share of Expenses, Stationery ... ... ... 750 550*

Schools of Instruction ... ... ... ... 600 313*

Freight and Incidental expenses ... ... ...

Travelling expenses, Officers and Non-commissioned 1,800 3,057*

Officers on duty ... ... ... ... 2,000 1,891*

Cleaning spare arms ... ... ... ... 234 234*

Exchange on cheques ... ... ... ... 50 *

Maintenance of Telephones ... ... ...

Railway Passes for Camps, Shooting purposes, Military 350 337*

Instruction, &c. ... ... ... ... 2,500 1,991*

Grant to United Service Institute ... ... ... : 100 100

Postage and Office allowance to Companies of Regiments " 800 768*

Allowance to extra Markers for Musketry ... ...

Capitation allowance to Senior Cadets to assist in pro-450 239*

viding Uniforms, at £1 each ... ... ... 180 104*

Instructor of Massed Bands, at 2s. 6cl. per diem ...

Deferred Pay to Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned 46 42*

Officers, and others, after ten and fifteen years * satisfac≠ tory service ... ... ... ... ... 465 706*

Allowance due to Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers, according to classification by examination and maturity To meet, expenses in connexion with Medical Examination, 120

" 300

33*

164* &c., oi Recruits ... ... ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Local Camps for short course of continuous training ... ... ... ...

Allowance to efficient Medical Staff Corps Reservists, 2,500 8,160f

at 20s. per annum ... ... ... ... 100 *

Musketry Prizes ... ... ... ... ... 590 415*

Army Nursing Staff Reserve ... ... ... 26 *

Supply of Gas in Military Buildings ... ... 510 505*

Medallists, Meritorious Services, &c., at £20 each ... 120 60*

Non-recurring ... 100*

Total Division No. 63 ... 15,221 20,369

D iv isio n No . 69.

VOLUNTEER FORCES *STAFF OFFICER. %†

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

1 1 Staff Officer for Volunteer Forces ... ... ... 384+ 420+

Subdivision No. 2 . *Co n t in g en c ies. Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ... ... 83 102

Forage Allowance ... ... ... ... 34 34

Stable * ... ..∑ ... ... ... 14 14

Rations ... ... ... ... ... ... 19 19

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... 14 17

164 186

Total Division No. 69 ... 548 606

D iv isio n No . 70. 5t ii REGIM ENT (SCOTTISH RIFLES). Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. O f f ic er s, No n c o mmissio n ed Of f ic er s, a k i> Men .

629 629 Scottish Rifles, at £3 per annum ... ... ... 1,887 1,887

629 629 Carried forward ... ... ... 1,887 1,887

* Approximate actual expenditure* 1900-1. t Includes extra expense in a: ´sequence of celebrations. $ For Allowances, see Schedule.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 63

VII. *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e * continued. IDO! -2.

Persons.

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES *

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Annual

-si contin ued. Other Continuance ofExpenditure

A = ©J D iv isio n No . 70. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of

as at Date of Transfer.

g Transfer to the

< o 5*Æ’*¿ REGIMENT (SCOTTISH RIFLES).

Subdivision No. I. * Sa l a r ies.

Common wealth.

£ £ £

620 629 %† Brought forward ... ... 1,887 1,887

P er ma n en t St a f f .

1 1 Adjutant and Quartermaster, at 20s. per diem ... ∑∑∑ 365* 334*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

I 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... ∑∑∑ 153* 153*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... ... 143* 143*

2 2 Sergeant-Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... ... 286* 286*

1 1 * * at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... 134* 134*

7 7 1,241 1,210

636 636 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ... 3,128 3,097

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Forage Allowance, 1 Adjutant ... ... ... 34 34

Stable * ... ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Allowance in lieu of quarters to 1 Adjutant arid 6 Non-14 14

commissioned Officers ... ... ... * 312 289

Rations ... ... ... .∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑49 43

Fuel and Light ... e ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 24 18

Uniform Allowance *6 Non-commissioned Officers ... 30 30

Band Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 50 50

513 478

Total Division No. 70 ... 3,641 3,575

D iv isio n No . 71. 6t ii REGIM ENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (AUSTRALIAN RIFLES). Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. 629 629 Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and men at £3 per

annum ... ... ... ... ... 1,887 1,887

P er ma n en t St a f f .

] 1 Lieutenant and Adjutant, at 14s. 2d. per diem... ... 259* 259*

1 1 Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... 160* 160*

1 1 Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... .∑. 153* 153*

1 1 Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. 10d. per diem ... ... 143* 143*

2 2 Sergeant-Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ... ... 286* 286*

1 1 Sergeant-Instructor, at 7s. 4d. per diem ... ... 134* 134*

7 7 1,135 1,135

636 636 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ∑∑∑ 3,022 3,022

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Allowances in lieu of quarters ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 253 253

Forage Allowance... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 34 34

Stable * ... ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑14 14

Rations ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 43 43

Fuel and light ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 18 18

Uniform Allowance *six Non-commissioned Officers ... 30 30

Band Allowance ... ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ 50 50

442 442

Total Division No. 71 ... 3,464 3,464

D iv isio n No . 72. 7t h REGIM ENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (ST. GEORGE *S RIFLES). Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. 629 629 Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and men, at £3 per

1,887 annum ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑1,887

629 629 Carried forward ... ... -∑∑ 1,887 1,887

* For Allowances, see Schedule,

64 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V I*ì. *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e * continued.

Number of Persons.

%†Sii

629 629

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES *

continued.

D iv isio n N o . 72.

7t h REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

(St . GEORGE *S RIFLES).

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

Brought forward ... ... %†%†

X S 01-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the-Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ j £

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2

1 1

7 7

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Lieutenant and Adjutant, at 14s. 2d. per diem... Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per. diem Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 4d. per diem ... Orderly-room Clerk, at 7s. lOd. per diem ...

Sergeant-Instructors, at 7s. lOd. per diem ...

Sergeant-Instructor, at 7s. 4d. per diem ...

259* 160* 153* 143*

286* 134*

259* 160* 153* 143* 286* 134*

1,135 1,135

636 636 Total Sa l a r ies ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

3,022 3,022

Allowance in lien of quarters ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Forage Allowance... ∑%†âˆ‘ ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Stable * ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Rations ... ... %†âˆ‘%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Fuel and light ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Uniform Allowance *six Non-commissioned Officers ... Band Allowance ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ -∑∑

253 34 14 43 18 30 50

253 34 14 43

18 30 50

442 442

Total Division No. 72 3,464 3,464

D iv isio n N o . 73.

8 t h REGIM ENT (IRISH RIFLES).

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

629 629

1 1 1 1 3

1 1 1 1

3

Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and men, at £3 per annum... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Lieutenant and Adjutant, at 14s. 2d. per diem ... Regimental Sergeant-Major, at 8s. 9d. per diem Quartermaster-Sergeant, at 8s. 9d. per diem ... Orderly-room Clerk, atJ7s. lOd. per diem ...

Sergeant-Instructors, at 7s. 4d. per diem ...

636 636 Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Forage Allowance ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Stable Allowance ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑%† .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters, Adjutant and 6 Non-commissioned Officers ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Rations ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Fuel and Light ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Uniform Allowance, 1 Adjutant and 6 Non-commissioned Officers ... Band Allowance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 73 ...

1,887 1,887

259* 259*

160* 160*

160* 160*

143* 143*

402* 402*

1,124 1,124

3,011 3,011

34 34

14 14

253 253

43 43

18 18

80 80

50 50

492 492

3,503 3,503

* For Allowances, see Schedule,

467

Estimates of Expenditure far the Year ending 30th thine, 1902. 65

*•*ô*ì. *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number 1901-2.

of Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department i as at the Time of |

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

As at date of transfer. 1

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY

FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n No . 74.

NATIONAL GUARD.

Other Expenditure.

£ £ £

201 201

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and men, at £ L 10s. 302 302

per annum ... ... ... ... ...

1 1

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Sergeant-Instructor, at 7s. lOd. per day ... ... 143* *143

202 202 Total Sa l a r ies... ∑∑∑ ... 445 445

Subdivision No. 2 .∑ *C o n t in g en c ies.

Allowance in lieu of quarters ... ... ... ...

Uniform allowance to Non-commissioned Officers ... ...

Band Allowance ... ... ... ... ... ...

32 5

50

32 5

50

87 87

Total Division No. 74 ... 532 532

D iv isio n No. 75.

* VOLUNTEER GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.

Subdivision No 1.

Ammunition for Volunteers, including 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Regi≠ ments, National Guard, and Reserves... ... ... ...

Freight and Incidental expenses ... ... ... ...

Travelling expenses, Officers and Non-commissioned Officers on duty Railway passes for shooting purposes, Military Instruction, &c. ... Cleaning Regimental Offices ... ... ... ... ...

Stationery and Office allowance to Companies of Regiments ... Allowance to Extra Markers for Musketry ... ... ...

Allowance for Extra Instructors ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Musketry Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Reservists *Special Allowance for Uniforms at 20s. ... ∑∑∑

Incidentals and Medical Examination of Reservists ... ...

New Volunteer Corps *450 Infantry at £3, and 150 Mounted Rifles at £5 ... ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Expenses in connexion with Local Camps for short course of Con≠ tinuous Training ... ... ... ... ... ...

To replace ammunition sold at reduced price ... ... ∑∑∑

Share of expenses, Printing Documents, See. ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Share of expenses, Stationery... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

4.000 700 500 1.000

70

ICO 250 300 500 750 200

2,100 ,

2.500 1.500 300 250

2,350 500 500 500

70

100 150 300 500 750

150

2,100

2.500 1.500 300 250

1 5,020 12,520

D iv isio n N o . 76.

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES.

750 1,000 250 250

250 250 900

750 1,000 250 250

250 250 900

Defence Force Rifle Association ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

National Rifle Association of New South Wales *Grant in aid of ... Northern Rifle Association *Grant in aid of ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Southern Rifle Association * do. ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Western Rifle Association *Grant in aid of ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

South Coast Rifle Association * do. ... .∑∑ ∑∑∑

Passes for Competitors, Rifle Association Meetings ... ∑∑∑

3,650 3,650

Total N ew So ut h W a l es M il it a r y Fo r c es ... ∑∑∑ 252,305 246,244

Total N ew S o ut h W a l es N a v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es ... 262,642 256,351

* For Allowances, see Schedule.

F.4561. E

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA. Total. Other Expenditure.

N a v a l Fo r c es. £ £

Permanent Force ... ...

N aval Brigade ... ... ...

25,241 2,425

Total Naval Forces ... ... 27,666

M il it a r y Fo r c es.

Permanent M ilitary Forces.

Head-Quarters Staff ... ...

Permanent Staff, M ilitia ... ...

M ilitary Staff Clerks ... ...

Victoria Regiment, Royal Australian A rtillery ... ... ...

Victorian Engineers ... ...

2,480 6,432 1,318

32,477 6,467

49,174 ...

Pay and Stores Branch ... ...

Cadet Corps ... ... ...

M ounted Rifles ... ... ∑∑∑

Victorian Rangers ... ...

Scottish Regiment ... ...

Rifle Clubs ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Miscellaneous ... ... ∑∑∑

7,434 3,041 10,305 6,644

266

35,888 33,859

...

...

97,437

M ilitia ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Ordnance Branch ... %†âˆ‘∑

Encampments, &c. ... %†âˆ‘∑

40,241 31,300 3,360

...

...

74,901 ...

Total M ilitary Forces ...221,512

T o t a l Vic t o r ia n N a v a l a n d

M il it a r y Fo r c es _ ... 249,178

Increase *£16,680.

1901 -2 .

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

25,241 2,425

27,666

2,480 6,432 1,318

32,477 6,467

49,174

7,434 3,041 10,305 6,644

266

35,888. 33,859

97,437

40,241 31,300 3,360

74,901

221,512

249,178

Transferred Expenditure.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer

24,756 2,425

27,181

3,226 6,376 1,263

32,425 6,471

49,761

9,701 2,816 10,565 6,657

267

22,868 31,580

84,454

40,151 29,593 1,358

71,102

205,317

232,498

Increase. Decrease.

485

12,983

3,799

16,195

16,680

587

Total Victoria *

As above ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron * Thursday Island ...

* King George *s Sound

£249,178 33,751 4,203 1,520

Total £288,652

46.9

Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

As at Date of Transfer. -----------------

-

1901-2.

1 1

1 1

3 1

1

1 1

1 1

1

1 1

2 1

3 3

4 4

1 1

17 18

1 1

7 7

2 2

7 7

6 6

10 10

2 2

8 8

1 1

9 9

56 56

4 4

4 4

1 1

1 1

1 1

4 4

1 1

4 4

1 1

7 7

1 1

1 1

1 1

140 140

157 158

VICTORIAN NAVAL FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 77.

PERMANENT FORCE.

Subdivision No 1. * S a l a r ies.

Sub-Lieutenant ... ...

Fleet Surgeon or Medical Officer f Fleet Engineer ... ...

Chief Engineer ... ...

Paymaster ... ...

Engineer ... ...

Chief Gunners ... ...

Gunners ... ...

Carpenter, 2nd Class ...

Chief Engine-room Artificer Enjnne-room and Torpedo Artificers Chief Leading Stokers Leading Stokers ...

Stokers ... ...

Stokers ... ...

Chief Petty Officers 1st Class Petty Officers Ship *s Corporal ...

Leading Seamen ...

Able Seamen ...

Training Seamen ...

Boys ... ...

Chief Armourer ...

Painter... ...

Carpenter *s Mate ... Carpenters and Joiners Armourer *s Mate ...

Cooks ... ...

Chief Ship *s Steward Officers * Stewards ... Officers * Messman ... Naval Storekeeper ...

Sick Berth Attendant

!

3 .9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solety for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the. Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

Maximum.*

£

600 600 600

1 310 1,115 1,140

J

225 210 ...

150 150 150

450 450 450

300 300 300

200 200 200

300 300 300

225 695 690

210 840 840

160 160 165

Maximum Per day.

a. d. 10 0

8 7 6 *¥ 5

7 6

6

5 5

3

2 8 6 7

5

5

5 8

5 5

7 6

R a t ing Al l o w a nc e s in a ddit io n t o Pa y .

Torpedo Instructors ... Seamen, Gunner, Torpedo Man Carpenters (tool money) Divers (allowance) ...

Leading Signalmen ...

Signalmen ... ...

Buglers ... ...

Blacksmith... ...

Sailmaker ... ...

6 4 3 3

4

2

3

6

0

Total S a l a r ies (carried forward) Subject to Regraded Pay Regulations.

5,020 4,835

14,426 14,426

19,446 19,261

t Under special agreement.

68 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance o Continuance o

Approximate r Annual

; Expenditure t as at Date of

)f Transfer. Expenditur e. the Departmen as at the Time Transfer to the

VICTORIAN NAVAL FORCES *continued. Commonwealtl

D iv isio n No . 77.

Jt £ £

PERM ANENT FORCE.

Brought forward ... . 19,446 19,261

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Provisions ... ... ... ... . 3,100 2,800

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... . 650 650

Repairs to Machinery and Hulls ... ... .. 120120

Docking 300 300

Stores ... ... ... ... 1,200 1,200

Incidentals ... ... ... 300 200

Allowances to Officers and Men of Permanent Forces and Naval Brigade undergoing Special Courses of Instruction ... .. 100 200

Allowance for carrying out the executive duty of Commander, in the absence or Regulations providing for salary of position .. 25 25

5,795 5,495

Total Division No.77 ... 25,241 24,756

Number of Persons. D iv isio n No . 78.

NAVAL BRIGADE.

-2 S 51

i Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

P er ma n en t St a f f . Maximum.

2 2 Gunnery Instructors ... ... ... £225 425 425

N a v a l Br ig a d e Pa t .

1 1 Lieutenant ... ... ... ... ßjf.S ]

6 6 Engineers ... ... ... ... S 1

3 3 Gunners ... ... ...

y ... 1,550 5 5 lst-class Petty Officers ... ... ... g ill 1,550 6 6 Leading Seamen ... ... ... ... Stoki annum and ot proper129129Able Seamen, Stokers, &c. ... ... ... 150 150 1,550 1,550152 * .152 Total Sa l a r ies ...... 1,975 1,975Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.Effective allowance ... ... 340 340Stoves .. 10 10Incidental and Baud Allowances ... ... ... 100 100450 45QTotal Division No. 78 ... 2,425 2,425Total V ic t o r ia n N a v a l Fo r c es ... 27,666 27,181

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30tli June , 1902. 69

V II. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

11 31 1901-2.

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 79.

PERMANENT MILITARY FORCES. * *ó EAD-QUARTERS STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Major-General Commanding (six months at £l,250 ; six months at £1,000) * ... ... ... ...

Assistant Adjutant-General f ... ... ...

Warrant Officer *∆ ... ... ... ... ...

Division Engineer for Engineer services, at £300, from 1st April, 1902 ... ... ... ... ...

Non-recurring ...

4 4 Total Sa l a r ies ...

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies .

Forage Allowance f ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ...

Total Division No. 79

1901 -3 .

Other

Expenditure.

£

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate ; Annual

Expenditure as at Date o: Transfer.

£ £

1,125 1,250

600 600

180 180

75

645

1,980 2,675

100 100

400 451

500 551

2,480 3,226

D iv isio n N o . 80.

PERMANENT STAFF, MILITIA.

3 3

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ie s.

Adjutants || ... ... ... ...

Maximum. ß

£

355

1 1 Quartermaster H **... ... ... ... 15s. p. diem

2 2 Warrant Officers, Garrison and Brigade Sergeants- 180

6 6

Major if f Warrant Officers, 1st Class | j; ... ... 150

21 21 Non-commissioned Officers | j ... ... 127

1 1 Non-commissioned Officer-Ranger at Elwood t|∑∑∑ 127

34 34

Subdivision No. 2. *Co n t in g en c ies .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters *Officers ... ... ... ...

Lodging Allowance *Quartermaster, Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ..∑ ∑%†%†

Forage Alloivance *Officers ßß ... ... ... ...

Uniforms *Quartermaster, Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers ... Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ... ... ...

Total Division No. 80

780

4,588

5,364 5,368

180 120

273 273

150 150

205 205

260 260

1,068 1,003

6,432 6,376

-j 814

| 4,550

* Under special engagement. ----- f Forage allowed for one horse cicli to *ë.*õ G. and A.D C. to Commir.dant, £50 per annum. t V ith quarters.----- ß Subject to^Reg-raded Pav Regulations. ----- 1| With quarters or allowance, in lieu £G0 per annum. ------ 1*ì One Quartermaster and one W. O specially engaged at from £2COto £274 per annum. ----- * With allowance for quarters, £23 8s. per annum.-------- 1 t With quart-r´ fuel, and light. * + + With quarters or allowance, in lieu thereof £23 per annum.------ßß Forage allowed for one horse each to Adjutants, at. £50 per annum.

70 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

VII. * Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

V c

^ o

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 81.

MILITARY STAFF CLERKS.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

Chief Clerk ... ... ... ..

Clerks ... .... ... ... ..

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

1901 -2 .

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

243 979

1,222

233 934

1,167

Uniform Allowances ... ...

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ...

Total Division No. 81

46 50

96

1,318

46 50

96

1,263

D iv isio n No . 82.

VICTORIA REGIMENT, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY.

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies.

O f f ic er s.

mum.*

£

1 1 Lieutenant-Colonel f... ... ... ∑∑∑ 550 550 550

2 2 Majors f ... ... ... ... ... 485 819 804

2 2 Captains j" ... ... ... ... ... 355 612 612

4 4 Lieutenants f ... ... ... ... 256 872 829

1 1 Captain, Medical Staff f ... ... ... 300 300 300

1 1 Adjutant f ... ... ... ... ... 256 316 316

11 11 3,469 3,411

W a r r a n t , No n -c o mmissio n ed Of f ic er s, a n d

M en . #

Per Day. \

4 4 Warrant Officers ... ... ... ... 8/-

5 5 Battery Sevgeants-Major and Staff Sergeants, and 2nd Class Master Gunners ... ... ∑.∑ 6/9

14 14 Sergeants ... ... ... ... ... 5/9

16 16 Corporals ... ... ... ... ... 4/9

13 13 Bombardiers ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 4/3

1 1 Armament Artificer... ... ... ... 10/6 '

4 1

4 1

Armament Artificers ... ... ∑∑∑

Blacksmith ... ... ... ...

9,6 9/6

18,000 18,644

1 1 Engine-driver ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ 7/6

1 1 Coxswain ... ... ... ... ... 7/6

2 2 Deck-hands ... ... ... ... 61-

1 1 Fireman ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 6/-

4 4 Trumpeters ... ... ... ... 3/6

203 203 Gunners ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 3/6

8 8 Boys ... ... ... ... ... 2/-

278 278 18,000 18,644

289 289~ Total S a l a r ie s ... ... 21,469 22,055

* Subject to Regraded Pay Regulations. ----- 1 With quarters or allowance in lieu thereof *Lieut.-Colonel and Majors at £70, Captains at £65, Lieutenants and Adjutants at £55 per annum. ----- J Und r special greement.

Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending ?>Oth June , 1902.

*•*ô*ì. *T h e D epa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

71

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES *continued. .

D iv isio n N o . 82.

VICTORIA REGIMENT, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLER Y * continued.

Brought forward ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Allowance to StaS Officer ... ... ... ...

Forage Allowance for Staff Officer ... ... ...

Working Pay ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance in lieu of Quarters *Officers ... ...

Lodging Allowance *Non-commissioned Officers, &c. ... Travelling Expenses and Separation Allowance ... ...

Forage ... ... ... ... ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ...

Special Duty Pay ... ... ... ... ...

Incidentals ... * ... ... ... ... ...

Clothing ... ... ... ... ... ...

Rations ... ... ... ... .. ...

Store 3 ... ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance to Officers Attached for Instruction ... ...

Total Division No. 82

Number |

of Persons.

-------------- 1 D iv isio n N o . 83.

S i "g 2

PERM ANENT SECTION VICTORIAN c4 ENGINEERS. Maxi-

´%†sß

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.* mum. £

1 1 Captain f ... ... ... ... 360

1 1 Lieutenant f ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 295

3 3 Warrant Officers ... ... ... ... 240

5 5

Per Day. 8/- 1 2 Sergeants ... ... ... ...

3 3 Corporals ... ... ... ∑ ∑ 7/6

3 3 Engine-drivers ... ... ... ... 8/3

1 1 Military Mechanist Coxswain ... ...8/3

22 21 Sappers ... ... ' ... ... ∑∑∑ 7/-

30 30

35 35 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Allowance *Staff Officer, at £60 per annum ... ...

Forage Allowance *Staff Officer ... ... ...

Allowance in lieu of Quarters *Officers ... ...

Lodging Allowance, Non-commissioned Officers, &c. ... ...

Field and Travelling∑Expenses ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Clothing ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ ...

Fuel, Stores, &c. ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Total Division No.83 ...

1901-2.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

21,469 22,055

60 7

50 5

50 50

290 290

474 474

300 300

70 60

1,330 830

900 900

500 500

1,700 1,670

4,100 4,100

1,050 1,050

134 134

11,008 10,370

32,477 32,425

360 360

316 310

633 640

1,309 1,310

| 3,900 4,008

3,900 4,008

5,209 5,318

60 71

50 22

120 55

88 65

130 130

260 260

550 550

1,258 1,153

6,407 6,471

g Subject to Regraded Pay Regulations.-----1 With allowance in lieu o quarters, Captain £65, Lieutenant£55, per annum

72 list invites of Expenditure for the Year ending 30/7't June, 1902.

V li. *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number 1D0I-2.

of Pfc

-ß!

rsons.

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES *conlii tied.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Annual Other Continuance of Expenditure

-Si D iv isio n No . 84. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of

as at Date of Transfer.

-< o S

PAY AND STORES BRANCH.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

1 1 Paymaster ... ... ... ... 360 600

5 4 Clerks *1 at £210, 1 at £160, 1 at £140, 1 at £120 ... 626 1,150

2 Noii-reemring 967

8 5 986 2,717

O r d n a n c e a n d M il it a r y St o r es Br a n c h .

´

C l er ic a l Div isio n .

1 Deputy-Controller of Naval and Military Stores 323 310

5 8 Clerks + 1 at £210, 3 at £200, 2 at £120, 2 at £60 ...1,166 800

1 . . . Non-recurring ... 490

6 9 1,489 1,600

G en er a l Div isio n .

Mavi mum.

1 1 Armourer ... ... ... ... £240 229 222

1 1 Carpenter and Wheeler ... ... ...156 147 141

7 11 Foreman,* Store Assistants, ß Ordnance Assistant, and Labourers ß ... ... ... ... 144 1,280 819

1 1 Messenger ... ... ... ...96 96 66

1 1 Blacksmith ... ... ... ... 156 156 156

2 2 Assistant Armourers ... ... ... 156 298 267

1 1 Caretaker, Langwarrin Campf ... ... 156 156 156

1 1 Saddle and Harness Maker ... ... ... 156 146 131

... 1 Magazine Storeman || ... ... ... 200 200 ...

1 Assistant Saddle and Harness Maker f ...130 130

15 21 2,838 1,958

P r o f e ssio na l D iv isio n .

... 1 Controller of Naval and Military Stores ** ... 461 %†

1 1 Inspector Ordnance Machinery ... ... 460 450

1

1

2 921 450

30 137 Total S a l a r ie s (carried forward) ... ... 6,234 6,725

* With quarters, fuel, and light. ---- f With quarters. ---- * Two clerks previously paid from Temporary Assistance. ß Three store assistants and one labourer previously paid from Temporary Assistance. ---- !l Previously paid by Naval Force ∑. If Previously paid from Temporary Assistance. * Previously paid in Clerical Division.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 73

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

6,234 6,725

600 2,376

600 600

1,200 2,976

7,434 9,701

419 420

344 345

763 765

120 24

110 80

50 57

620 620

20 20

1,108 1,000

250 250

2,278 2,051

3,041 2,816

622 622

334 319

1,369 1,369

2,325 2,310

65 65

95 70

230 230

150 150

500 500

590 590

2,475 2,475

1,670 1,670

100 100

250 250

130 130

1,575 1,575

150 450

7,980 8,255

i 10,305 10,565

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 84.

PAY AND STORES BRANCH.

Brought forward ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies . Temporary Assistance ... ... ... ...

Stationery, Travelling Expenses, and Incidentals ... ...

Total Division No. 84

Number oc Persons.

ª *À 4 1 n |

%†< o

1 1

1 1

2 2

D iv isio n N o . 85.

CADET CORPS. Establishment. Senior Junior

503

5,259

5,762

Subdivision No. 1.

Officer Commanding* ...

Adjutant * ... ...

-Sa l a r ies.

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters to Officers Travelling Expenses ...

Incidentals and Baud Allowance Free Ammunition ...

Rail Charges on Ammunition, &c. Effective Allowance ...

Equipment ... ... ...

Total Division No. 85

1 1

1 1

10 10

12 12

D iv isio n No. 86.

MOUNTED RIFLES. Establishment, 1112. Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Officer Commandingj∑ ... ... ... ...

Adjutant f ... ... ... ... ...

Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers, at from £127 to £150 per annum ß ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Uniforms *Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers ... Allowance in lieu of Quarters to Officer Commanding and Adjutant Lodging Allowance *Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers Forage *Officers || ... ... ... ... ...

Forage and Horse Hire *Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers Travelling Expenses *Officers, Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers Capitation and Effective Allowance ... ... ...

Free Ammunition ... ... ... ... ...

Rail Charges oil Ammunition, &c, ∑.. ... ...

Corps Expenses *Inspection by Major-General Commanding Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... ...

Equipment ... .., ... ... ... ...

Temporary InstructionV ... ... ... ...

Total Division No. 86

* With allowance for quarters, £60 per annum.- ---- 1 With allowance for quarters £70. ___ + With quarters. ----- ß With allowance in lieu f f quarters, £23 per annum. Subject to Regraded Pay Regulations. ---- |i Forage allowed for two horses to Officer Commanding, and one to Adjutant at £50 per annum each. ----- *ä]" In lieu of permanent Non-commissioned Officer serving in South Africa.

74 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 87.

VICTORIAN RANGERS.

Establishment, 862. Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Officer Commanding * ... ... ... ...

Adjutant f ... ... ... ... ...

Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers, at from £127 to £150 per annum J ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies .

Allowance in lieu of Quarters *Officer Commanding ... Lodging Allowance * Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers Forage *Officer Commanding and Adjutant ß ... Free Ammunition ... ... ... ...

Capitation and Effective Allowance ... ...

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ...

Uniforms *Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers Rail Charges on Ammunition, &c. ... ...

Incidentals ... ... ... -.. ...

Cleaning and Lighting Drill Rooms ... ...

Number of Persons.

As at Date

of Transfer.

1901-2. 1 1

1 1

10 10

12 12

Total Division No. 87

Number of Persons.

date of Trans≠ fer.

D iv isio n No. 88.

SCOTTISH REGIMENT. Establishment , 453. Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ie s.

Non-commissioned Officer || ... ... ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Incidentals ... ∑∑. ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Total Division No. 88

D iv isio n N o . 89.

RIFLE CLUBS.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies . No. of Members, 21,565.

Secretary for Rifle Clubs ... ...

Clerks ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1901-2.

Approximate Annual , Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

522 522

344 344

1,423 1,441

2,289 2,307

70 65

230 230

100 100

1,300 1,300

1,700 1,700

560 560

60 60

120 120

150 150

65 65

4,355 4,350

6,644 6,657

146 147

120 120

266 267

206 200

232 286

438 466 Carried forward ...

* Allowance for quarters, £70, to Officer Commanding Rangers. * -! Wilh q u arto s ----- 1 With allowance in to rª9o nor annum Subject to Regraded Pav Regulations ----´ Forage allowed for one horse each to Officer Commana n ana Adjutant at £50 per annum. ---- ,1 With quarters or allowance in lieu. £23 per annum. Subject to Regraded Pay Regulations.

477

Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending 30 th June , 1002.

V I*ì. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 89.

RIFLE CLUBS

Brought forward ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Free Ammunition ... ... ∑∑%† ...

To replenish the Ammunition Fund the loss on Ammunition sold at reduced rates to Rille clubs ... ... ... ... .∑∑

Freight arid Cartage ... ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses, Field Firing Fees, &

Melbourne Range Temporary Assistance ... ... ... ... ...

Badges for Musketry... ... ... ... ... ...

Incidentals ... ... ... .∑.. ... ... ...

Purchase of Magazine Rifles *Amount to be paid to the credit of Trust Fund *Magazine Rifle Account ... ... ... ...

Total Division No. 89

D iv isio n N o . 90.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Annual Grant, Victorian Rifle Association, including Prizes for Rifle Clubs King *s Prize, Victorian Rifle Association ... -. ...

To replenish the Ammunition Fund the Loss on Supply of Free

Ammunition issued to the Permanent and Militia Forces, and on that sold at reduced rates to Permanent and Militia Forces,

Victorian Rangers, Victorian Mounted Rifles, Scottish Regiment, Railways Regiment, Cavalry Corps, and Victorian Rifle Association To provide for Reserve of '303 Ball Ammunition ... ... ...

Compensation as recommended by Boards of Inquiry to members injured on duty ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Competitions in Gunnery, Field Firing, Marching, and Tent Pitching Printing ... ... ... ... .∑∑ ... ...

To Colonial Ammunition Co. * Refund of duty ... ... ...

To Railway Department *Rail Passes to Competitors, Inter-State Rifle Matches ... ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ...

Non-recurring ...

Number of Persons.

As at

date of

fer.

1 1

2 3

2 1

1 1

l 1

7 7

Maximum.

Divrsiox No. 91.

M ILITIA.

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ie s .

Head-Quarters Staff.

Colonel ... ... . ... ...

Lieutenant-Colonels ... ...

Major ... ... ... ...

Colonel, Medical Staff ... ...

Inspecting Veterinary Surgeon ...

Carried forward

* Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1. Rifle Clubs provided for under Rifle Clubs, t Provided for under Miscellaneous last year.

Privates £~ 10s. per an≠ num, and

ranks in

proportion.

1 9 0 1 -2 ,

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continu. 'oe of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

438 466

20,000 20,000

12,000f 1,600 864

360 226 150

j 2,402*

250 ...

35,450 22,402

35,888 22,868

1 .0 0 0

25

1 ,0 0 0 *

25*

7,200* 24,000

21,740*

500 400 600 107

282* 333* 600*

27

7,600*

33,859 31,580

76

*ù*π of:

a aS -J2 S < "3

7

l 1 3 3 9

1 3

18 3 3

18 75 3 3 125

269

1 5

10 27 8 47 82

8

14 24

642

868

1 1 2 1 5 4

1

50 19

"sT

20

1 3 ] 3 7 9

1

50

75

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3 Oth June, 1902.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

c3

69

1 5

10 27 8 47 82

8

14 24 42

68

1 1 2 1 5 4

1

50 19

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 91.

M ILITIA.

Subdivision No. 1. *S a l a r ies.

Brought forward ... ... ...

Field Artillery (Three Batteries).

1 Lieutenant-Colonel 1 Brigade-Major 3 Majors ...

3 Captains ... ...

9 Lieutenants ... ... ...

1 Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant 3 Battery Quartermaster-Sergeants 18 j Sergeants ' ...

3 ; Sergeant-Farriers 3 | Sergeant-Collarmalcers 18 Corporals ...

75 Drivers ...

3 Armourer-Sergeants 3 Trumpeters ...

25 Gunners ...

1 3 1 3 7 9

1

50

75

Garrison Artillery (Seven Batteries). Lieutenant-Colonel ... Majors ... ...

Captains ... ...

Lieutenants ... ...

Company Sergeants-Major Sergeants ... ...

Corporals ... ...

Armament Artificers ... Assistant Armament Artificers Trumpeters ... ...

Gunners ... ...

Victorian Engineers, Submarine Mining Company Major Captain ...

Lieutenants ...

Company Sergeant-Maj Sergeants ...

Corporals ...

Bugler ...

Sappers (Class A) Sappers ..

Sappers

Queenscliff Section.

Victorian Engineers, Field Company. Captain ...

Lieutenants ...

Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Sergeants ...

Corporals ...

Drivers ...

Bugler ...

Sappers ...

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

.t

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£t

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£

Carrie 1 forward

479

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902. 77

VIF. *T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of ! Person*. i

Is ' 02

"ill

1323

1 1 5

10 15 60 5

5 5 5 5

20 80 80 5

5i

40

1622

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continucd.

D iv isio n No . 91.

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

M ILITIA.

1969

1 1 1 1 2 3

1

36

1 1 3

2

1 4 5

1

32

1 o

10

3404

1323

1

1 5

10

15

60

5

5

5

5

5

20

80

80

5

5

40

1622

1969

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

Brought forward

Infantry.

Colonel ... ... ...

Brigade-Major ... ...

Lieutenant-Colonels ...

Majors ... ... ...

Captains ... ... ...

Lieutenants ... ...

Adjutants ... ...

Quartermasters ... ...

Bandmasters ... ...

Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeants Staff-Sergeants ... ...

Colour-Sergeants ... ...

Sergeants ... ...

Corporals ... ...

Armourer-Sergeants ...

Assistant Armourers ...

Buglers ... ... ...

Privates ... ... ...

Ambulance Corps.

Major, Medical Staff ...

Captain, Medical Staff ...

Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant Staff-Sergeant Compounder ... Sergeants ... ∑∑%†

Corporals ... ...

Bugler ... ... ∑∑∑

Privates ... ... ∑∑∑

Army Service Corps.

1 Major ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

1 Captain ... ... ∑∑∑

3 Lieutenants ... ∑∑∑

2 Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeants 1 Company Sergeant-Major ...

4: Sergeants ... ∑∑∑

5 Corporals ... ∑∑∑

1 Bugler ... ... ∑∑∑

32 Privates ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 1 1 2 3

1

36

Medical Staff.

lj Lieutenant-Colonel o' Majors ... ∑

10; Captains ... %†

Maximum.

d

IIP-i .aI 02 0 1 *

1

I Militia

[ Rates as

t' per Regu- I lations.

3404' Total Sa l a r ies (carried forward)

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

27,295

27,295

27,295

27,295

78 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending .80th June, 1902.

VII. * Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued. 1901-2.

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

D iv isio n N o . 91.

MILITIA.

Brought forward ... ... ... 27,295 27,295

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Effective Allowance ... ... ... ... ... ...

Forage Allowance and Horsing Guns ... ... ... ...

Allowance *Bands ... ... ... ... ... ...

Incidentals ... ... .. ... ... ... ...

7,926 3,680 250 1,090

7,926 3,680 250 1,000

12,946 12,856

Total Division No. 91 ... 40,241 40,151

D iv isio n No . 92.

ORDNANCE BRANCH.

Subdivision No. 1.

Warlike Stores, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Greatcoats, Accoutrements, Helmets, Repairs to Equipment, &c. ... Railway Transport ... ... ... ... ... ...

Heavy-gun Ammunition, Ordnance Stores, &c. ... ... ...

Camp Gear ... ... .... ... ... ... ...

Small Arms, Spare Parts, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Heavy-gun Ammunition, &c. .∑∑ ... ... ... ...

Balance cost of Martini-Enfield Rifles ... ... ... ...

Non-recurring ...

2,000 3.500 1,250 9.000

1.500 1.000 13,000* 50

l,904f 6,008f l,044f 7,000|

13,6371

31,300 29,593

D iv isio n No . 93.

ENCAMPMENTS, ETC.

Expenses in connexion with Encampments ... ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Special Camp of Instruction for Submarine Mining Company ... ... ... ... ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Class of Instruction for Garrison Artillery

2,900

300 160

898f

30 If

159f

3,360 1,358

Total V ic t o r ia n M il it a r y Fo r c es ... ... ... 221,512 205,317

Total V ic t o r ia n N a v a l a nd M il it a r y Fo r c e s ... | 249,178 232,498

* Orde red prior to date of transfer. f Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1,

Estimates o f Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 79

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1901-2. Transferred Expenditure.

. EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND. Total. Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer. Increase. Decrease.

N a v a l Fo r c es. £ £ £ £ £ £

Permanent Stall ... ... ...

War Vessels ... ... ...

Naval Brigade ... ... ...

. 5,090

6,977 13,890

. . .

5,090 6,977 13,890

5,061 6,711 12,067

Total Naval Forces ... ... 25,957 . . . 25,957 23,839 2,118 . . .

M il it a r y Fo r c es.

Permanent Forces.

Permanent Staff... ... ...

Queensland Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery ... ... ...

Field Artillery Depdt ... ...

Submarine Miners, Royal Australian Artillery ... ... ...

Annual Drill and Training ... ...

Brisbane Company of Submarine Miners Queensland Mounted Infantry ...

Infantry ... ... ...

Army Medical Corps ∑∑∑ ...

Miscellaneous ... ... ...

21,047

12,794 713

1,791 4,304 761 17,450 21,013

1,589 550

21,047

12,794 713

1,791 4,304 761 17,4-50 21,013

1,589 550

18,821

12,794 713

1,791 4,304 761 17,399 21,866

1,589 550

Total Permanent Forces ... 82,012 82,012 80,588 1,424 ...

Volunteer Corps ... ... ∑∑∑

Cadet Corps ... ... ...

Rifle Clubs ... ... ∑∑∑

General Contingencies ... ...

3,723 1,722 5,480 38,995

3,723 1,722 5,480 38,995

4,821 1,722 4,980 38,296

500 699

1,098

49,920 49,920 49,819 101

Total Military Forces ... ... 131,932 131,932 130,407 1,525

T o t a l Na v a l a nd M il it a r y

F o r c e s, Que e nsl a nd ... 157,889 157,889 154,246 3,643

Increase *£3,643.

Total Queensland: * As above ... ... ...

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron * Thursday Island ...

,, King George *s Sound

£157,889 13,978 1,740 631

£174,238

80 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons. * * QUEENSLAND NAVAL FORCES.

U 21 Cjj D iv isio n No . 94.

< o s

PERM ANENT STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. *Sa l a r ies.

1 1 Naval Commandant and Captain, II.M.Q.S. * G a y- undah * ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Officer Commanding Naval Corps ... ...

1 1 Staff Paymaster and Secretary, Naval Commandant

1 1 Officer Instructor, Naval Corps ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Surgeon ... .∑∑ ... ... ∑∑%†

1 1 Chief Torpedo Gunner and Storekeeper ... ...

1 1 Chief Armourer and Gunner ... ... ...

1 1 Storekeeper *s Assistant ... ... ...

1 1 Drill Instructor ... ... ... ∑∑∑

] 1 Drill Instructor ... ... ... ∑∑∑

4 4 Drill Instructors ... ... ... ∑∑∑

3 3 Drill Instructors ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

1 1 Drill Instructor ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

1 1 Messenger ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 1 Store Boy ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Servant to Officer Commanding Naval Corps ...

23 23

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies.

House alloioances * Naval Commandant ... ... ∑∑∑

Officer Commanding Naval Corps ... ...

Staff Paymaster ... .. ... ∑∑∑

Officer Instructor, Naval Corps ... ∑∑∑

Navigating Lieutenant ... ... ∑∑∑

Engineer-in-Charge ... ... ∑∑∑

Chief Torpedo Gunner ... ... ...

Instructors, ten at £25 each ... ...

Chief Boatswain ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Gunner ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Artificer Engineer ... ... ...

Storekeeper *s Assistant ... ... ...

Uniform allowances * Staff Officers *Permanent Force ... ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 94

D iv isio n No . 95.

WAR VESSELS.

Subdivision No. 1 . *Sa l a r ies.

H.M.S. * GayundahU

1 1 Navigating Lieutenant ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 1 Engineer-iu-Charge ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 1 Chief Boatswain ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

1 1 Gunner ... ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ %†%†âˆ‘

1 1 Artificer Engineer ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Engine-room Artificer ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

1 1 Ship *s Steward and Master-at-Arms ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Ward-room Steward ... ∑∑%† ∑∑%†

1 1 Chief Carpenter *s Mate ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

1 1 Gunnery Instructor ... ... ∑∑∑

1 Quartermaster and Yeoman of Signals ∑∑∑

3 2 Quartermasters ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Sick Bay Attendant ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

14 14 Carried forward ...

1 9 0 1 -2 ,

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Maxi- £ £ £ mum. £ 600 600 600

400 400 400

300 300 300

250 250 250

75 75 75

225 225 225

150 150 150

120 120 120

200 200 200

180 180 180

170 680 680

150 450 450

120 120 120

110 110 110

80 60

50 50 48

40 40 33

60 60 60

4,090 4,061

100 100

100 100

60 60

60 60

60 60

60 60

50 50

250 250

25 25

25 25

25 25

25 25

840 840

... 160 160

1,000 1,000

5,090 5,061

Maxi-' mum.

£

250 250 250

250 250 250

175 175 175

150 150 150

180 180 180

150 150 150

144 144

96 96

120 120

120 120

102 192 270

60 60

1,989 1,965

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 2>0th June , 1902. 81

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e * continued.

Number 1901-2.

of Persons. QUEENSLAND NAVAL FORCES * continued. Approximate Annual solely for the Maintenance or n l Other Continuance of Expenditure

1901-2 D iv isio n No . 93. Expenditure. the Department as at Date of Transfer.

%†< o WAR VESSELS. Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

H.M.S. * Gayundah *

£ £ L∑

14 14 Brought forward ... ... 1.989 1,965

1 1 Ship *s Cook ... ... ... ... ... 108 108

1 1 Leading Seaman ... ... ... ... ... 81 81

1 1 Ordinary Seaman... ... ... ... ... 60 60

1 Ordinary Seaman, 2nd class ... ... ... 48 ...

3 3 Able Seamen ... ... ... ... ... 216 216

1 1 Captain *s Servant ... ... ... ... 60 60

1 1 Ward-room Servant ... ... ... ... 60 60

1 1 Chief Stoker ... ... ... ... ... 120 120

2 2 Leading Stokers ... ... ... ... ... 192 192

2 2 Boys ... ... ... ... ... ... 48 48

1 ... Non-recurring ... 84

28 28

H.M.S. * Palurna. *

2,982 2,994

1 1 Leading Stoker, at £8 10s. per month ... ... 96 96

1 1 Torpedo Coxswain, at £7 10s. per month ... ... 90 90

1 1 Night Watchman, at £7 per month ... ... ... 84 84

1 1 Seaman, at £6 per month ... ... ... ... 72 72

1 1 Boy, at £4 per month ... ... ... ... 48 48

5 5 390 390

33 33 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... 3,372 3,384

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Rations, Coal, Ship Chandlery, Stores, Extra Labour for Cruise, Incidentals, &c. ... ... ... ... 3,000 2,750*

Docking 11.M S. * Gayundah * ... ... ... 200 182*

Docking H.M.S. u Palurna * ... ... ... 200 195*

Maintenance and Repairs, H.M.S. * Paluma * ... ... 200 200*

Exchange on Cheques ... ... ... ... 5 ...

- 3,605 3,327

Total Division No. 95 ... 6,977 6,711

D iv isio n No . 96.

NAVAL BRIGADE (SEAMEN).

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

729 729 13| Companies *(5 Brisbane, Maryborough, 1 Bunda-berg, 1 Rockhampton, 1 Mack ay, 2b Townsville, lj Cairns) E st a bl ish men t a n d Co st o p a Co mpa n y . £ s.

1 Lieutenant, at £15 per annum ... ... 15 O

2 Sub-Lieutenants, at £12 per annum ... 24 0

1 Chief Petty Officer, 12 days, at 9s. per di m 5 8

2 First Class P.O. *s., * 8s. * ... 9 12

2 Second * * * 7s. 6d. * ... 9 0

- 3,413 3,413

2 Leading Seamen * 7s. ,, ... 8 8

44 Seamen * 6s. * ... 138 8

Command Pay, 1 Lieutenant, at £2 a quarter ... 8 0

Uniform Allowance, 1 Lieutenant and 2 Sub-Lieutenants, £5 per annum each ... ... 15 0

Total for one Company ... 252 16

Deferred Pay ... ... ... ... ... 1,000 800

Cadet Officers ... ... ... ... ... 100 100

Reserve of Seamen Officers ... ... ... 500 500

Reserve of Supernumeraries ... ... ... 150 150

Naval Volunteer Corps (Cadets), 7 companies ... i ;>0 750

Total S a l a r ies (carried forward) .. 5,913 5,713

Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

F.4561. F

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII.--T h e Depa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

-g & ´1 %†ÃŸ£ -5 c

1 2 2 3 3

11 1 2 5

30

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 2

3 1 1

17

1 1 1 ] 3

1 2 2 3 3

11 1 2 5

30

54

QUEENSLAND NAVAL FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 96.

NAVAL BRIGADE.

Brought forward ...

Subdivision No. 2. * C o nt ing e nc ie s , Camps of Instruction ... ∑-∑ ∑∑

Uniform and Accoutrements ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Prizes for Shooting ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘

Band, Naval Head-quarters ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘

Caretakers, Drill Sheds (6) .∑∑ ∑∑

Store Maintenance ... ∑%†âˆ‘ %†âˆ‘

Travelling Allowances and Incidental Expenses Repairs ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Pulling Whalers, Naval Corps ∑∑∑

Ammunition and Warlike Stores ...

Sea Cruising and Instruction for Naval Corps

Total Division No. 96...

Total Q u een sl a n d N a v a l F o r c es ... ∑..

QUEENSLAND M ILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 97. PERMANENT STAFF. Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies . Head-Quarters {Military). Commandant"!" ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Assistant Adjutant-General ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Infantry Staff Officer ... ∑∑%† ∑%†%† %†%†âˆ‘

Staff Officer for Mounted Infantry ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General for Musketry ... Officer in charge of Military Works, &c. ... ∑∑∑

Staff Lieutenants, 1 at £200, 1 at £180 ∑∑∑ _ ∑∑%† Warrant Officers *Garrison Sergeant-Major at ^ £150, Bandmaster at £180, Military Clerical Staff at £150 ... Military Clerical Staff, 1 at £130'"", 1 at £120*, 1 at £100 Sergeant Instructor of Musketry ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk to Officer in charge of Military Works ... ∑∑∑

Pay and Accounts Branch {Civil). Accountant ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Bookkeeper Stores Trust Account ... Sub-Accountant ... ... ∑∑∑

Record and Correspondence Clerk ... Clerks, 1 at £100, 1 at £80, and 1 at £70

Ordnance Store Staff.

Assistant Commissary of Ordnance ... _ ∑∑

Conductors of Ordnance, 1 at £175, 1 at £150 Sub-Conductors, 1 at £130, 1 at £104* Clerks, 1 at £120, 1 at £80, 1 at £70

Leading Storemen* ... ∑∑∑

Storemen* ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Staff Armourer Sergeant ... ...

Armourers, Brisbane and Townsville Armourer *s Assistants* ... ∑- .

Non-recurring

1 9 0 5 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

5,913 5,713

1,000 1,000$

1,600 1,600$

200 180$

225 215$

72 64$

500 500$

1,100 1,100$

300 300i

, . 180 180i

2,000 415$

800 800$

7,977 6,354

13,890 12,067

25,957 23,839

800 800

500 500

350 350

400 400

350 350

350 350

250 250

380 380

480 330

350 270

120 120

70 60

4,400 4,160

400 400

250 250

200 200

200 200

250 190

1,300 1,240

200 150

325 325

234 270 240

318 930 160 160

310 310

424

60

3,171 1,245

8,871 6,645 , __ Carried forward ... *

Previously paid from Wages Vote. ----- 1 With allowance in lieu of quarters, £200 ; and horse allowance, £100 per annum,-actual expenditure, 1900-1.

-X Approxima

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 83

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

1902-2.

Persons.

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n No . 97. PERMANENT STAFF.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate

As at Date . of Transfer, i 1 3

Other

Expenditure.

Annual Expenditure as at Date of Transfer.

Subdivision No. I. *S a l a r ies. £ £ £

52 54 Brought forward ... ... 8,871 6,645

2 2 2

2 2 2

District Staff.

Staff Officers, 1 at £350, 1 at £300 ... ... ...

Sergeant Instructors, 2 at £120 ... ... ...

Clerks, 1 at £170, 1 at £120 ... ... ...

650 240 290

650 240 290

6 6

Begimental Instruction Staff. Adjutants, at £256 per annum ... ... ...

Instructors, from £100 to £120 ... ... ...

1,180 1,180

6

53

6

53

1,536 5,560

1,536 5,560

59 59 7,096 7,096

117 119 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ... 17,147 14,921

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Forage and Lodging Allowances ... ... ...

Uniform and Clothing for all Instructors ... ...

3,200 700

3,200 700

3,900 3,900

Total Division No. 97 ... 21,047 18,821

1 1 1 4

1

1

1

1

1

7 5

5

2

96

1 1 1

' 4

1

1

1

1

1

7

5

5

2

96

D iv isio n No . 98. QUEENSLAND REGIMENT, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY. Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

Commanding Officer and Chief Instructor ... ∑∑∑

Major, second in command ... ... ...

Captain, at 14s. per diem ... ... ... ...

Lieutenants, 3 at 12s., and 1 at 10s. per diem ... ...

Sergeant Instructor of Gunnery ... ... ...

Quartermaster-Sergeant Artificer ... ... ...

Sergeant Instructor, Field Artillery ... ... ...

Battery Sergeant-Major ... ... ... ...

Battery Quartermaster-Sergeant ... ... ...

Sergeants, at 4s. 6d. per diem ... ... ...

Corporals, at 3s. 6d. per diem ... ... ...

Bombardiers, at 3s. per diem ... ... ...

Orderly-room Sergeants, 1 at £120, and 1 at £100 ...

Gunners, Drivers, and Trumpeters, at 2s. 3d. per diem ...

350 300 256 840

180 160 130 150 120 575 320 274 220 3,942

350 300 256 840 180 160 130 150 120 575 320 274 220

3,942

127 127

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Rations, Fuel, Forage, &c. ... ... ... ...

Medical Attendance ... ... ... ...

Clothing and Necessaries ... ... ... ...

Horses *Purchase and Maintenance ... ... ...

7,817 7,817

3,363 200 1,014 400

3,363 200 1,014 400

4,977 4,977

Total Division No. 98 ... 12,794 12,794

1 2 8

1 2 8

D iv isio n No . 99. !" * *

FIELD ARTILLERY" DEPOT. Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. . Sergeant, at 4s. 6d. per diem ... ... ...

Bombardiers, at 3s. per diem ... ... ...

Drivers, at 2s. 3d. per diem... ... ... ...

82

110 329

82 110 329

11 11

Subdivision No. 2 * Co n t in g en c ies . Rations, Clothing, &c. ... ... ... ...

521 521

192 192

Total Division No. 99 ... 713 713

81 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

Number of Persons.

As at Date

of. Transfer.

1901-2.

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

12 12

17 17

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

6 6

1 1

4 4

5 5

11 11

1 1

1 1

8 8

18 18

18 18

18 18

238 238

323 323

329 329

V II, *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

QUEENSLAND M ILITARY Y O W ES-continued.

D iv isio n N o . 100.

SUBMARINE MINERS, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies. Lieutenant ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑

Sergeant-Major and Quartermaster-Sergeant* ... . Sergeant* ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑

Corporal, at 3s. 6d. per diem ... -∑∑ ∑

Bombardier, at 3s. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑

Miners, at 2s. 3d. per diem ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies . Rations, clothing, fuel, &c. ... ... ∑∑

Working pay ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†

Total Division No. 100

D iv isio n N o . 101.

ANNUAL DRILL AND TRAINING.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies . General Staff.

Principal Medical Officer, at £24 per annum ... Principal Veterinary Officer, at £24 per annum Staff Officer for Supply, at £17 per annum ...

Field A.D.C., at £13 per annum ... ∑%†%†

Lieutenant-Colonel, at £24 per annum ...

Senior Medical Officer, at £17 per annum ...

Artillery.

Lieutenant-Colonel, at £24 per annum ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘

Majors, at £l7 per annum . . ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Captains, at £15 per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Lieutenants, at £12 per annum ... ... ∑∑

Adjutant, at £15 per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Quartermaster, at £15 per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†

Battery Sergeants-Major and Quartermaster-Sergeants, at £9 per annum ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑%† *

Sergeants, at £8 10s. per annum ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑

Corporals, at £7 10s. per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Bombardiers, at £7 per annum ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘

Gunners, Drivers, Musicians, and Trumpeters, at £6 10s per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑*

Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies . Horses *Purchase and Maintenance ... Veterinary Attendance ∑ ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Horse Allowance ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ *"

Corps Contingent Allowances ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Prizes ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Uniform Allowances ... ∑∑∑

Forage Allowances. ... ∑∑∑

Command Allowances ... ∑∑∑ * "%†

Allowance for four Orderly-room Sergeants, at £12 per annum ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Total Division No. 101 ...

1901-2.

Approximate AnnnsA Expenditure as at Date m

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

219 219

170 170

150 150

64 64

0 0 55

493 493

1,151 1,151

280 280

360 360

640 640

1,791 1,791

-

24 24

24 24

17 17

15 15

24 24

17 17

121 121

24 21

68 68

75 75

132 132

15 15

15 15

72 72

153 153

135 135

126 126

1,547 1,547

2,362 2,362

2,483 2,483

600 600

50 50

123 123

188 188

103 103

485 485

176 176

48 48

48 48

1,821 1,821

4,304 4,304

* Under agreement.

Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e * continued.

85

Number of Persons.

´%†S

1 2 4 4 4

46

1 2 4 4 4

46

61 61

6

20 40 4 4

4

4 4

20 4 4 4

40 84 4 40 48

860

1 6

20 40 4 4

4 4 4

20 4 4 4 40 84

4

40 48

860

1194 1195

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 102.

BRISBANE COMPANY OF SUBMARINE MINERS.

1901-2.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Subdivision No. 1.- * S a l a r ie s .

Captain, at £15 per annum ... ...

Lieutenants, at £12 per annum ... ...

Sergeants, at £8 10s. per annum .. ...

Corporals, at £7 10s. per annum ... ...

2ml Corporals, at £7 per annum ...

Submarine Miners and Buglers, at £6 10s. per annum Four additional days * pay *All ranks ..

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies .

Corps Contingent Allowance ...

Prizes ... ... ... ...

Uniform Allowances ... ...

Command ... ... ∑

Allowance for one Orderly-room Sergeant Working Pay for Proficients ...

Total Division No. 102 ...

15 15

24 24

34 34

30 30

28 28

299 299

108 108

538 538

31 31

29 29

83 83

8 8

12 12

60 60

223 223

761 761

D iv isio n N o . 103.

QUEENSLAND MOUNTED INFANTRY.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

Lieutenant-Colonel, at £24 per annum ... .

Majors, at £17 per annum ... ... ... ∑

Captains, at £15 per annum ... ... ∑

Lieutenants, at £12 per annum ... ... .

Veterinary Captains, at £15 per annum ... ∑

Quartermasters, at £15 per annum ... ... -

Regimental Sergeants -Major, at £10 per annum %† Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeants, at £10 per annum Band Sergeants, at £12 per annum ... ... ∑

Company Sergeauts-Major, at £9 per annum' ... .

Sergeants Bugler, at £8 10s. per annum ... ∑

Sergeants Farrier, at £8 10s. per annum ... ∑

Sergeants Saddler, at £8 10s. per annum ... ∑

Sergeants, at £8 10s. per annum ... ... ∑

Corporals, at £7 10s. per annum ... ... %†

Band Corporal?, at £11 per annum ... .∑%† ∑

Shoeing Smiths, at £6 10s. per annum ... ∑

Bandsmen, at £10 per annum ... ... ∑

Privates and Buglers, at £6 10s. per annum ... ∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies .

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ∑∑

Band Allowance (4) at £50 ... ∑∑

Prizes ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Uniform and Saddlery Allowances ... ..

Horse and Forage %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Command ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Total Division No. 103

24 102 102

300 300

480 480

60 60

60 60

40 40

40 40

48 48

180 180

34 34

34 34

34 34

340 340

630 630

44 44

260 260

480 480

5,590 5,590

8,780 8,756

597 597

200 200

560 560

2,534 2,529

4,569 4.563

210 204

8,670 8,643

17,450 3:7,399

86 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

£ y i =15,

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Expenditure Approximate Arpmal

I I

soleiy for the Maintenance or

c4 Other Continuance of

Expenditure

D iv isio n No . 104. Expenditure. the Department

as at Date of Transfe:∑.

INFANTRY.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

3 3 Lieutenant-Colonels, at £24 per annum ... ... 72 72

6 6 Majors, at £17 per annum... ... ... ... 102 102

32 33 Captains, at £15 per annum... ..*. ... ... 480 480

64 66 Lieutenants, at £12 per annum ... .................... 768 768

5 5 Quartermasters, at £15 per annum ... ... ... 75 75

4 4 Sergeants-Major, at £10 per annum ... ... ... 40 40

5 5 Quartermaster-Sergeants, at £10 per annum ... ... 50 50

5 5 Sergeants, Drummers, and Buglers, at £9 per annum ... 45 45

32 33 Colour-Sergeants, at £9 per annum ... ... ... 288 288

5 5 Band Sergeants, at. £12 per annum ... ... ... 60 60

5 5 Pioneer Sergeants, at £9 per annum ... ... ... 45 45

96 99 Sergeants, at £8 10s. per annum ... ... ... 816 816

99 102 Corporals, at £7 10s. per annum ... ... ... 743 743

56 57 Buglers and Drummers, at £6 10s. per annum ... ... 364 364

16 16 Pioneers, at £6 10s. per annum ... ... ... 104 104

105 105 Bandsmen, at £10 per annum ... ... ... 1,050 1,050

1568 1617 Privates, at £6 10s. per annum ... ... ... 10,192 10,192

240 Non-recurring ... ... 780

2346 2166

Subdivision No. 2 . *Co n t in g en c ies. Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ...

15,294 16,074

1,053 1,079

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ... 998 998

Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ... 2,607 2,607

Forage ... ... ... ... ... ... 171 208

Bands (5) *1 at £50, 4 at £30 ... ... ... 170 170

Command Allowance ... ... ... ... 336 346

Allowances for 32 Orderly-room Sergeants at £12 ... 384 384

5,719 5,792

Total Division No. 104 ... 21,013 21,866

D iv isio n No . 105.

ARM Y MEDICAL CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

143 | 143 9 9 Medical Officers- *4 at £17, 5 at £15 per annum ...

7 7 Staff Sergeants *5 at £10, 2 at £9 ... ... ... 63 68

12 12 Sergeants, at £8 10s. per annum ... ... ... 102 102

18 18 Corporals, at £7 10s. per annum ... ... ... 135 135

99 99 Privates and Buglers, at £6 10s. per annum ... ... 644 644

145 145

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Corps *Contingent Allowance ... ... ...

1,092 11,092

73 73

Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ... 191 191

Forage Allowance ... ... ∑∑∑ ... 153 153

Command Allowance ... ... ... ... 32 32

Allowance for 4 Orderly-room Sergeants, at £12 ... 48 48

497 497

Total Division No. 105 ... 1,389 1,589

D iv isio n N o . 106.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Subdivision No. 1. Medical, Veterinary, and Unattached Officers and Men on 100 100 Special Duly (including Staff Pay) ... ...

Boards and Courts of Inquiry, &e. ... ... ... 50 50

Forage Allowance for Special Duty ... ... ... 100 100

Classes of Instruction ... ... ... ... 300 300

1 Total Division No. 106 ... 550 550

489

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June , 1902. 87

Number of Persons

As at Date of Transfer.

1901-2.

1 1

2 2

1

11

1

11

12 12

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

1901-2.

QUEENSLAND M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n No . 107.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

VOLUNTEER CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1.

Sa l a r ies.

Adjutant ... ... .∑∑ %†âˆ‘%† ∑∑∑ 256 256

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Capitation and Prizes ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Band ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

3,392 75

4,490 75

3,467 4,565

Total Division No. 107 ... 3,723 4,821

D iv isio n No . 108.

CADET CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1.

Sa l a r ies.

Adjutants at £256 ... ... ∑∑%† ... 512

512

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Capitation ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑- ∑∑∑

Band ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

1,180 30

1,180 30

1,210 1,210

Total Division No. 108 ... 1,722 1,722

D iv isio n No . 109.

RIFLE CLUBS AND INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1.

Sa l a r ies.

Staff Officer and Inspector of Rifle Clubs ... ...

Instructors, 1 at £150, 4 at £120, and 6 at £100 ...

350

1,230

350

1,230

1,580 1,580

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Effective Allowance, 10s. per efficient ... ...

Lodging Allowance, 5 at £42, 6 at £30 ... ...

Forage Allowance, 1 Staff Officer and 3 Adjutants ... Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Instructors * Uniform, 11 at £10 ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Postages ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Temporary Assistance, Office Cleaning, and Incidentals ...

2,500 390 200 300

110 .50 350

2,000 390 200 300

110 50 350

3,900 3,400

Trial Division No. 109 ... 0,480 1,980

88 Estim ates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending 30th June , 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

3.901-2.

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Other Maintenance or

Continuance of Amt uul Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer. D iv isio n No . 110. Expenditurethe Department

GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1.

Stores and Equipment ... ... ... ... ... 4,000 5,04 7f

Camp Equipage ... ... ... ... ... ... 2,500 5,750f

Medical and Surgical Equipment ... ... ... ... 1,000 1,4871

Loss on Sale of Ammunition ... ... ... ... ... 3,000 3,000

Artillery and Submarine Mining Stores and Ammunition ... ... 2,100 2,929f

Small Arms Ammunition ... ... ... ... ... 11,375 4,71 If

Wages for Storemen, Armourers, &c. ... ... ... ... 1,000 2,103f

Travelling Expenses (including Fares) ... ... ... ... 2,000 l,543f

Camp and Classes of Instruction ... ... ... ... 5,000 5,3711

Queensland Rifle Association ... ... ... ... ... 700* 600f

Northern Rifle Association ... ... ... ... ... 300 3 OOf

Central Rifle Association ... ... ... ... ... 175 17 of

Mackay Rifle Association ... ... ... ... ... 75 75f

Western Queensland Rifle Association ... ... ... ... 75 75f

Military Competitions at Rifle Association Meetings ... ... 300 300f

Grant to United Service Institute ... ... ... ... 50 50f

Passages *Imperial Officers and Instructors ... ... ... 1,000 l,OOOf

Caretakers, Rifle Ranges, Drill Sheds, &c ... ... ... 1,200 945f

Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... ... ...1,500 1,6001

Stationery and Printing ... ... .. ... ... 1,500 730f

Exchange on Cheques ... ... ... ... ... 145

Non-recurring ... 505f

Total Division No. 110 ... 38,995 38,296

Total Q u een sl a n d M il it a r y F o r c e s ... ... ∑∑∑ 131,932 130,407

Total Q u een sl a n d Na v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es ... ... 157,889 154,246

* £100 Special Grant, Federal Match, this year only. f Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

491

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3 0th June, 1902. 89

V II. *T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

1901 -2, Transferred Expenditure.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

. Total. Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Increase. Decrease.

N a v a l F o r c es . £ £ £ £ £ £

Permanent Staff ... ... 3,220 3,220 3,220

Naval Reserve ... ... ... 1,500 ... 1,500 1,500

Contingencies ... ... ... 4,190 4,190 4,990

Total Naval Forces ... ... 8,910 ... 8,910 9,710 800

M il it a r y F o r c es ... ... 38,686 ... 38,686 40,533 ... 1,847

T o t a l N a v a l a n d M il it a r y

F o r c es , So u t h A u st r a l ia 47,596 47,596 50,243 ... 2,647

Decrease *£2,647.

T o t a l So u t h Au st r a l ia : *∑

As above ... ...

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron * King George *s Sound

£47,596 10,207 461

£58,264

90 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 50th June , 1902.

VII. * T i-ie Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued. - 1901-2.

Number of Persons.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NAVAL FORCES.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Annual Continuance ofExpenditure as at Date of Transfer. 31 c4 D iv isio n No . 111. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of%†* *ø s PERM ANENT STAFF.Transfer to the Commonwealth.Maximum £ £ £ Sa l a mi 's. per annum.1 1 Captain, Naval Commandant, and Superin- £tendent of Life-saving Service* ... ... 450 450 4501 1 Lieutenant"!" ... %†âˆ‘∑ ... ... 50 50 50 1 1 Staff Engineer ... ... ... ... 300 300 300 1 1 Paymaster ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ 183 183 1831 1 Chief Gunner ... ... ... ... 225 225 225 ] 1 . Gunner ... ... ... ... 183 183 1831 1 Artificer Engineer ... ... ... 183 Per day. 183 183 S. d.1 1 Chief Armourer ... ... ... ... 8 0 146 146 3 3 Chief Petty Officers ... ... ... 7 0 384 3841 1 Chief Carpenter *s Mate ... ... ... 7 0 128 128 1 1 Chief Stoker ... ... ... ... 7 0 128 128 5 0 1st Class Petty Officers ... ... ... 6 0 548 548 1 1 Leading Stoker ... ... ... ... 6 0 110 110 1 1 Able Seaman ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 5 0 92 92 1 1 Ward-room Steward . . . . ... ... 6 0 110 11021 21 Total Division No. 111 ... 3,220 3,220D iv isio n No . 112.NAVAL RESERVE. Maximum per day.Sa l a r ies. S. d.1 1 Lieutenant, Commander ... ... ... 20 0 1 1 Lieutenant ... j ... ... ∑∑∑ 20 0 1 1 Staff Surgeon ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 21 0 1 1 Assistant Paymaster ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 15 02 2 Warrant Officers... ... ... ... 12 01 1 Chief Petty Officer. ... ... ∑∑∑ 8 0 10 10 Petty Officers, 1st Class ... ... ∑∑∑ 7 078 78 Able Seamen, 1st Class ... ... ... 6 014 14 Able Seamen, 2nd Class ... ... ... 5 010 10 Ordinary Seamen ... ... ∑∑∑ 4 0 13 13 Boys ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ 3 0 2 2 Engine-room Artificers ... ... ... 10 0 4 4 Leading Stokers ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 7 016 16 Stokers ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 6 0154 154 * * Total Division No. 112 1,500 1,500175 175D iv isio n No . 113.GENERAL CONTINGENCIES.Subdivision No. 1.Coal ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ Docking and Repairs ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑Stores ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑Uniforms ... ... ... ∑∑∑ . ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑Rations ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ..∑%†âˆ‘Travelling ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑%†Printing, Postages, Telephones ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†&f∑300400125600500100 902o30040012560050010090 25 Prizes ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑* ... Signalling and Look-out Service ... ... ...Ammunition ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑50 2,00050 2,700 Non-recurring 100Total Division No.113 4,190 4,990Total S o u t h A u st r a l ia n N a v a l F o r c es ... 8,910 9,710ª tinn it it nresent paid bv this State as Superintendent Life-saving Service. ----- 1 Also £150 from this State as Master s.s. Governor x L * v Musgrave, and £50 as Assistant Harbor-master

493

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3OVA .//me, 1902.

VII. * T h e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

As at Date 1 of Transfer.

1901-2.

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

7 7

30 37

1 2

2 1

46 53

108 108 100 100 200 200 60 60

876 876 41 41

2 2

1387 1387

573 573 973 973 6 6

1552 1552

2939 2939

2985 2992

D iv isio n N o . 114.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

Commandant ... ...

Chief Staff Officer ...

Artillery Staff Officer ...

Assistant Artillery Staff Officer Staff Paymaster ... ...

Military Storekeeper ...

Warrant Officers *4 at £180, 2 at £160, 1 at £150 Non-commissioned Officers and Men ...

Deferred pay ... ... ... ...

Clerks ... ... ... ... ...

Junior Clerk ... ... ... ...

Non-recurring

Subdivision No. 2. A c t iv e a n d R eser v e F o r c es .

A c t iv e Fo r c e .

Maximum

Mounted Rifles, Officers., N.C. Officers, and Men Field Artillery, do. do. do.

Garrison Artillery, do. do. do.

Machine Gun Corps, do. do. do.

Infantry, 1st Battn., do. do. do.

Medical" Staff Corps, do. do. do.

Veterinary Department, Officers ... ...

1901 -2.

Other Expenditure.

R eser v e F o r c e .

Mounted Rifles, Officers, N.C. Officers, and Men Infantry, 2nd Battn., do. do. do.

Medical Staff, Officers ... ... ...

Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 3. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Clerical and Temporary Assistance Horse Allowance for Mounted Men Prizes ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Small Arm Ammunition ...

Clothing and Equipment ...

Hire of Horses and 'Transport Fuel, Light, Repairs to Stores, Travelling Expenses, and Sundries Commissariat Expenses, &c. (camp for eight days) ...

Railway Transport of Men, Horses, and Material ... ...

Ammunition and Stores for Forts ... ... ...

Telegrams, Rent of Telephones, Printing, Stationery, Postage Stamps, and Water ... ∑∑∑

Overcoats, Equipment and Stores South Australian National Rifle Association, towards prize list, Inte State Rifle Matches ...

Exchange on Cheques ...

%† Total Division No. 114

Total S o u t h A u st r a l ia n M il it a r y Fo r c es ...

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

12,000

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

& £

500 ' 500

400 400

310 310

270 270

220 220

200 200

1,190 1,190

2,877 2,250

120 19

210 210

49 39

250

6,346 5,858

Total S o u t h A u st r a l ia n N a v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es ...

* No camp last year. t Approximate actr.a expenditure, 19C0-L

18,346 17,858

275 210f

1.000 786f

400 400

1,160 2,788t

5,800 13,6384 600 576f

1,350 l,538t

2,300 18 f

2.500* l,500f

750

1,000 5671

3,000 654t

200 ...

5

20,340 22,675

38,686 40,533

38,686 40,533

47,596 50,243

12,000

92 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of Transfer.

| Transferred Expenditure.

Total.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the ! Maintenance or Continuance of

the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Increase. Decrease.

£ £ £ £ £ £

T o t a l M il it a r y F o r c es , W est er n

A u st r a l ia ... ... 27,959 27,959 24,706 3,253

Increase * £3,253.

Total Western Australia : * As above ... ...

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron * Thursday Island

,, King George *s Sound

<£27,959 5,139 640 1,442

£35,180

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30tli June , 1902. 93

495

V II. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

As at Date of Transfer

1901-2. 1

1 1

1 1

1

l 1

1 1

%

1

1 1

5 7

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

9 9

1 1

1 1

1 1

29 29

46 46

51 53

D iv isio n N o . 115.

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN M ILITARY FORCES.

Subdivision No. 1 . * Sa l a r ies .

F ix e d .

Commandant $ ... ... ... ... ...

Chief Staff Officer ... ... ... ...

Paymaster ... ... ... ... ...

Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

Clerk and Registrar ... ... ... ...

Clerk and Assistant Accountant ... ... ...

Clerk and Typewriter ... ... ... ...

Total S a l a r ies Fixed ...

P r o v isio n a l a n d Tempo r a r y .

Stores and Magazine Caretakers, at £18 5s. per annum Armourer ... ... ... ...

Messenger and Carelakerf ... ... ...

Artillery Instructor and Master Gunner ...

Li fantry Instructors, at £150 per annum .-∑ Caretaker, Karrakatta ... ... ...

Bandmaster, Head-Quarters Band ... ...

Band Sergeant ... ... ... ...

Bandsmen, at £10 each ... ... ...

Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 2. * Al l o w a n c es .

Lodging allowance, Commandant ... ...

* * Chief Staff Officer ...

* * . Master Gunner ... ...

* * Infantry Instructors (eight), at £65

Fuel and light, Infantry Instructor in Government quarters Forage allowance, Commandant ... ...

* * Chief Staff Officer ... ...

Travelling allowance, Chief Staff Officer ...

Gold-fields *Allowances, Infantry Instructors (two), at £25

Subdivision No. 3. * C o n t in g en c ies .

Allowances to Caretakers of Armouries and Drill Halls ... Extra Labour ... ... ∑∑. ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Capitation Allowance *2,250 men at £2 each ... ...

Capitation Allowance *Clothing Cadets ... ∑∑∑

Head-Quarters Band *Maintenance and Incidental Expenses Band Allowance to Volunteer Corps ... ... ∑∑∑

Drill Instruction of Corps and care of Arms ... ...

Maintenance, Field Guns ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Clerical Assistance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Carried forward

1901-2.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£> £ £

600 600

350 350

250 210 200

192 182

160 90 60

1,852 1,392

37 37

25 25

104 52

160 160

1,350 1,350

104 104

120 120

20 20

290 290

2,210 2,158

4,062 3,550

100 100

70 70

78 78

520 520

12 12

50 50

50 50

50 50

50 50

980 980

312 200

100 100

4,500 4,500

450 450

60 60

365 250

500 250

200 200

80 120

6,567 6,130

5,042 4,530

t Paid Caretltefoi M H ? and £52 as Caretaker of Head-Quarters Offices last year t With allowance for quarters, £100; and forage allowance, £50 per annum.

94 Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Yeav ending 30 th June, 1902.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

isox-a.

D iv isio n No . 115.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

£ £ £

Brought forward ... ... ∑ ... 5,042 4,530

Subdivision No. 3 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Brought forward ... ... ... 6,567 6,130

Ammunition for Field Guns ... ... ... ... ...

Horse Hire *Artillery Guns and other Parade Purposes ... ...

Harness, Saddlery, and Maintenance for Mounted Infantry and Artillery Small Arms Ammunition (including Supply for Rifle Clubs) ...

Supply and conversion of Rifles and Maintenance ... ... ...

Prizes *Gunnery and Musketry ... ... ... ...

Rifle Meeting, Annual, at Karrakatta ... ... ... ...

Paid Parades and Annual Encampment ... ... ... ...

Transport ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Rail Fares, Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... . . ...

Tents and Camp Equipment ... ... ... ... ...

Accoutrements ... ... ... ... ... ...

Maintenance of Drill Halls, Light and Water ... ... ...

Stationery Allowance to Volunteer Corps ... ... ...

Postage, Telegrams, and Telephone Rent ... ... ...

Stationery, Typewriters, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Printing ... ... ... ... ... ...

.

300 400 200

5,750 1,000 400 100 4.000

200

2.000 500 200 600 250 200 100 150

1,191st 316* 791* 982* 5,250*

39*

1,315* 90* 1,682* 25* 1,020*

626* 96* 353* 120* 150*

22,917 20,176

Total Division No. 115 ... 27,959 24,706

Total W est er n Au st r a l ia n M il it a r y Fo r c es ... ; 27,959 24,706

Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VII *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

1901-2. Transferred Expenditure.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA. Total. Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual " Expenditure as at date of

Transfer. Increase. Decrease.

M il it a r y Fo r c es.

£ £ £ £ £ £

Head-Quarters Staff ... ...2,548 2,548 2,278

Permanent Forces ... ...3,271 3,271 3,175

Mounted Infantry ... ... 837 837 833

Artillery Forces ... ... ... 941 941 911

Engineer Corps ... ... ...178 ... 178 148 ;

Infantry Regiment ... ...2,975 2,975 3,155

Army Medical Corps ... ... 46 ..V 46 62

Cadet Corps ... ... ...200 ... 200 200

Camps of Exercise ... ...2,000 2,000 500

Army Service Corps ... ... 38 38 38

General Contingencies ... ...1,435 ... 1,435 1,091

Rifle Clubs ... ... ...140 ... 140 158

Ordnance Stores Branch ... ... 515 515 515

Miscellaneous ... ... ... 3,889 3,889 7,354

T o t a l M il it a r y Fo r c es, Ta s≠ ma n ia ... ... 19,013 ... 19,013 20,418 1,405

Decrease *£1,405.

Total Tasmania: * As above ... ... .. .. ... ... £19,013

Proportion Auxiliary Squadron . . ... .. .. 4,855

£23,868

96 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Number of Persons.

%†3=55 5ß

%†< o

1 1 1 2

1 1 1

1 1 1 2

1 2 1

8 9

1 8

1 8

1

1 1

1 1

12 14

1 1

24 27

TASMANIAN M ILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 116.

HEAD-QUARTERS STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies. Colonel, Commandant, including allowance of £50* ... Lieutenant-Colonel j" ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Staff-Captain J ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Adjutants, at £160 ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... *

Clerks, at £90 ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Messenger ... ... ... * ∑∑∑

Extra duty pay to Officer for discharging the duties of Staff Officer of Engineers from 1st April, 1902 ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies . Allowances for Fuel and Light *3 at £24, 1 at £5 ...

Allowances for Forage and Horse Hire *2 at £35, 2 at £15 Allowance to Principal Medical Officer ... ∑∑

Allowance to Chief Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Allowance to Messenger ... ... -∑∑ ∑∑

Miscellaneous Allowances ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Travelling Expenses ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑

Stores and Stationery ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Total Division No. 116 ...

D iv isio n N o . 117.

PERMANENT FORCES.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies .

Artillery Instructor and Master Gunner ... ∑∑

Infantry Instructors * 1 at £115 ; 2 at £120 ; 1 at £125 1 at £130 ; 1 at £140 ; 1 at £145 ; 1 at £150 ..

Assistant Armament Artificer ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Sergeant ... at 4 3 per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Bombardier ... ,, 2 9 ,, ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Gunners ... * 2 3 ,, ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑

Cook ... ... - ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies . Ration Allowances, at Is. 3d. per diem ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clothing Allowances: *9 at £10 per annum ; and 1 at £6 per annum ... ... .--∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Fuel and Light Allowances *9 at £7 per annum ; and 1 at

£5 per annum ... ∑∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

House Allowances * 1 at £30 per annum ; and 4 at £25 per annum ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Good Conduct" Badges ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Travelling Expenses *Master Gunner ... ∑∑∑

Clothing, &c. ...

Ammunition ...

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ∑∑>

New Kits ...

Nrv-TBoiirrng

Total Division No. 117

1 0 0 2 -3 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

450 450

300 300

250 250

320 240

135 1 2 0

180 70

90 85

13

1,738 1,515

77 53

1 0 0 1 0 0

10 10

8 8

6 6

104 104

470 450

15 12

2 0 2 0

810 763

2,548 2,278

150 150

1,045 1,025

100 145

78 78

51 51

575 493

30 30

2,029 1,972

434 389

96 10 0

68 70

130 130

114 114

16 16

115 115

80 30

45 40

144 144

... 55

1,242 1,203

3,271 3,175

* With allowance for quarters, fuel, and 1'ght £74, and forage allowance £35 per annum t With quarters, forage, fuel, and light. % With quarters, fuel, and light.

4 Æ *ö*∂

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 t/*π June, 1902. 97

*• *ô*ì. *T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

TASMANIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 118.

MOUNTED INFANTRY.

Subdivision No. 1.

Outfit, &c. ... ... ... .

Forage Allowance * 1 Instructor at £30 .

Capitation Grant * 138 Men at 30s. each .

Ammunition (Class Firing) ... ... .

Incidental Expenses (for Inspections) ... .

D iv isio n N o . 119.

ARTILLERY FORCES.

Subdivision No. 1. * L a u n c est o n .

Annual Training *Field Artillery ... ...

Capitation Grant *90 Men at 30s. ... ...

Horse Hire for Field Guns for Daylight Parades ...

Ammunition ... ... ... ...

House Allowance, Sergeant-Major ... ...

Uniform Allowance, Sergeant-Major ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * S o u t h er n Ta sma n ia .

Ammunition ... ...

Annual Training ... ...

Capitation Grant *100 Men at 30s.

Total Division No. 119

D iv isio n N o . 120.

ENGINEER CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1.

Ammunition ... ... ...

Capitation Grant *60 Men at 30s. ...

Annual Training ... ... ...

D iv isio n No. 121.

INFANTRY REGIMENT.

Subdivision No. 1.

Capitation Grant ... ... ... ... ∑∑>

Ammunition... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Classes of Instruction... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Incidentals (Commanding Officers * Inspections) ... ∑∑∑

Non-recurring

1901-2.

Approximate Annual ' Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

450 30 207

L 833

100 J

50

837 833

125 125

135 135

50 50

120 110

30 30

6 6

466 456

150 130

175 175

150 150

475 455

941 911

13 13

90 75

75 60

178 148

2,250 1,950

500 300

150 100

75 75

730

2,973 3,155

F. 4561. G

98 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

TASMANIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued,

D iv isio n N o . 122.

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. Clothing for newly-enrolled Men ... ...

Capitation Grant *23 men at 30s. ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 123.

CADET CORPS.

Clothing and Ammunition ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 124. CAMPS OF EXERCISE.

Pay Parades, for Mounted Infantry, Infantry, Army Medical Corps, Army Service Corps, Artillery, and Engineers, and Expenses in connexion with ... ... ... ... ... ...

Non-recurring ...

D iv isio n N o . 125. ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

Subdivision No. 1. Capitation Grant *10 men at 30s. each ... .

Clothing for 10 men, at £2 5s. each ... .

D iv isio n N o . 126.

GENERAL CONTINGENCIES. Subdivision No. 1.

Repairs to Arms and Rifle Ranges ... ...

Ammunition for Salutes ... ... ...

Loss on Sale of Ammunition ... ... ...

Drill Stores ... ... ... ... ...

Fuel and Lighting, Drill-yards ... ... ...

Electric Light Stores ... ... ... ...

Cartage, Temporary Assistance, and Incidentals ... Stationery, Stores, Advertising, &c. ... ...

Repairs to Buildings and Sanitary Service ...

Assistance to Bands, Hobart and Launceston ...

Maintenance of Batteries ... ... ...

Prizes for Shooting ... ... ... ...

Marker, Launceston ... ... ... ...

Printing ... ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 127.

RIFLE CLUBS.

Subdivision No. 1. Ammunition for Class Firing ... ...

Grants in Aid of Ranges ... ...

Free Ammunition ... ... ...

1 S 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

11 2 2

35 40

46 62

200 200

200 200

2,000

500

2,000 500

15 15

23 23

38 38

100 62*

25 23*

300 152*

30 22*

90 73*

25 11*

150 115*

75 64*

50 41*

100 100*

150 138*

250 200*

50 50*

40 40*

1,435 1,09 L

20 13

80 120

40 25

140 158

Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1

VII. *Th e Depa r t men t o f Def en c e *continued.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902, 99

1JU i-3.

j Expenditure I solely for the Approximate Annual Continuance ofExpenditure Expenditure. the Department

as at the Time of Transfer.

TASMANIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued. Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

D iv isio n No . 128.

'

ORDNANCE STORES BRANCH.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

Ordnance Storekeeper (also Magazine-keeper) ... ... ...

Assistant Ordnance Storekeeper, Launceston (also Magazine-keeper, 115 115

Launceston) ... ... ... ... ... ... 85 8o

Caretaker and Assistant Magazine-keeper, Launceston* ... ... 10 10

Clerk ... ., ... ... ... ... ... 100 . 100

Assistant Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ... 50 50

Storeman (also Assistant Storeman Magazine) ... ... ... 60 60

420 420

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Uniforms ... ... ... ... ... ... *%† 10 10

Stationery and Stores... ... ... ... ... ... 12 12

Cartage and Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... 60 60

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... ... 13 13

95 95

Total Division No. 128.... 515 515

D iv isio n No . 129.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Subdivision No. 1.

G-reat Coats... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 300 l,060f

Railway Charges ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑1,000 569t

In Aid of Tasmanian Rifle Association ... ... ... ... 100 loot

Ammunition (for Musketry Practice) ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 2,192

Warlike Stores and Equipment for Existing Material ... ... 297

5,625 f Non-recurring ...

Total Division No. 129.... 3,889 7,354

. Total T a sma n ia n M il it a r y Fo r c es ... ... 19,013 20,418

Total D epa r t men t o f Def en c e ... ... ∑∑∑

49,842 887,370 861,080

937,212

* With quarters.

t Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

*∫

%†

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Mi Jane, 1902. 101

msh

VIII. *THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

1901 -2 . Transferred Expenditure.

*

Total. Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer. Increase. Decrease.

£ £ £ £ £ £

CENTRAL STAFF ... ... 5,360 5,360

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... 250 250

EX P EN D ITU RE IN TH E

STATE OF *

NEW SOUTH WALES ... 787,513 787,513 788,507 ... 994

VICTORIA ... ... 544,902 544,902 537,944 6,958

QUEENSLAND ... ... 398,275 398,275 386,578 11,697

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... 228,753 228,753 225,016 3,737

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 268,534 268,534 251,981 16,553

TASMANIA ... ... 105,703 ... 105,703 101,113 4,590

2,339,290 5,610 2,333,680 2,291,139 42,541

Increase in * Transferred * Expenditure * * Other * Expenditure ...

£42,541 5,610

Total Increase 48,151

102 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VIII. *THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

Number of Persons. D iv isio n No . 130.

1901-2. CENTRAL STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies .

1 Secretary ... ... ... ...

1 Chief Clerk ... ... ... ...

7 Clerks, one at £350, three at £250, two at

£160, one at £120 ... ... ...

2 I Clerks at £120, from 1st April, 1902 ...

3 | Messengers ... ... ... ...

14

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies .

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ...

Allowances to Officers transferred from other States ... Stores, Printing, Fuel, Light, and Water ... ...

Honorarium at rate of £50 per month to Mr. S. H. Lamb- ton for services as Adviser to the Postmaster-General in all matters hitherto dealt with by the Public Service Boards of New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland, and in all matters of a similar character in the other States of the Commonwealth ... ... ...

Total Division No. 130 ...

D iv isio n No. 130a .

MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses of Mr. F. L. Outtrim on a visit to London in

connexion with the International Telegraph Conference

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

1,000* 600

1,540 60 250

3,450

700 210 400

600

1,910

5,360

250

Salary allotted on appointment; does not apply to officers occupying the position in future.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902. 103

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -Gen er a l * s Depa r t men t *continued.

1901-3.

Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Maintenance or Approximate Annual

Other Continuance ofExpenditure as at Date of Transfer. Date of Trans≠ fer.1901-2. D iv isio n No . 131.Expenditure.the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth. EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF £ £ . £

NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a k ies.

1 1 Deputy Postmaster-General and Superintendent 920 of Telegraphs] ... ... ... 920

1 1 Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... 700 700

A ppo in t men t Br a n c h .

1 1 Appointment Clerk ... ... ... 470 470

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 320 320

4 4 Clerks *2 at £260, 1 at £250, 1 at £230 ... 1,000 1,000

2 2 Clerks at £200 ... ... ... ... %†400 400

4 4 Clerks * 1 at £160, 1 at £135, 1 at £90, and 1

at £65 ... ... ... ... 450450

12 12 2,640 2,640

In l a n d M a il Br a n c h .

1 1 Inland Mail Clerk ... ... ... 425 425

2 2 Clerks * 1 at £260, and 1 at £240 ... ... 500 500

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 220 220

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 90 90

5 5 1,235 1,235

Ir r eg u l a r it y a n d M issin g Let t er Br a n c h .

1 1 Inspector for Irregularity, Missing and Returned Letter Branch ... ... ... 425 425

1 1 .Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 320 320

4 4 Clerks * 1 at £270, 2 at £240, and 1 at £220 970 970

2 2 Clerks *1 at £200, and 1 at £190 ... ... 390 390

7 7 Clerks *3 at £150, 1 at £125, 1 at £120, 1 at

£90, and 1 at £50 ... ... ... 835 835

15 15 2,940 2,940

R et u r n ed Let t er Br a n c h .

1 1 Clerk in charge ... ... ... ... 250 250

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 200 200

5 5 Clerks *2 at £150, 2 at £135, and 1 at £50 ... 620 620

7 7 1,070 1,070

%† C o r r espo n d en c e Br a n c h .

1 1 Correspondence Clerk ... ... ... 340 340

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 240 240

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... %† ∑ ∑ 220 220

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 190

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 60 60

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 50 50

6 5 910 *π,*ê*ø*ø

47 46 Carried orward ... 10,415 10,605

104 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VIII. * Th e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

47 46

1 1

1 1

3 3

2 2

7 7

1 1

1 1

1 1

4 4

1 1

1 1

4 4

13 13

1 1

2 1

3 4

5 5

11 11

1 1

1 1

1 1

2 2

3 3

8 8

1 1

1 1

2 2

4 4

7 7

8 8

17 1,5

6 6

46 44

132 129

D iv isio n N o . 131.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

NEW SOUTH WALES.]

Subdivision No. 1 * Sa l a r ies.

Brought forward...

R ec o r d Br a n c h .

Record Clerk ... ...

Clerk ... ... ...

Clerks at £ 190 ... ...

Clerks * 1 at £120, and 1 at £50

St o r e Br a n c h .

Clerk in charge of Stores ... ... ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... " ' ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Clerks * 1 at £140, 1 at £135, 1 at £100,

and 1 at £90 ... ... ∑∑∑

Storeman *Foreman ... ... ∑∑∑

Storeman and Signalman... ... ...

Storemen *2 at £120, and 2 at £10o ...

A c c o u n t Br a n c h .

Accountant ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... ∑%†%† %† ∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks, 2 at £250, and 2 at £240 ... ...

Clerks, 2 at £200, 2 at £190, and 1 at £150 ...

C a sh Br a n c h .

Cashier ... ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ %† ∑

Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑

Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑

Clerks * 1 at £200, 1 at £175 ...

Clerks * 1 at £170, 1 at £150, and 1 at £o0 .

M o n ey Or d er Div isio n .

Controller ... . %† ∑ ∑∑%† %†âˆ‘∑

Accountant ... %†âˆ‘∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks, at £335 ... ... ∑∑∑

Clerks * 3 at £280, and 1 at £260 ... ...

Clerks * 6 at £250, and 1 at £220 ... ...

Clerks * 4 at £200, 2 at £190, 2 at £160 ...

Clerks * 3 at £150, 2 at £135, 3 at £105,

1 at £100, 2 at £90, 1 at £65, 2 at £60,

and 1 at £50 ... ... ...

Post and Telegraph Assistants at £39 ...

Carried forward ...

1901-2.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

10,415 10,605

300 300

250 250

57C570 170 170

1,290 1,290

300 300

250 250

200 200

465 465

150 150

130 130

450 450

1,945 1,945

550 550

300 600

980 730

930 930

2,760 2,810

450 450

350 350

250 250

375 375

370 370

1,795 1,795

800 800

500 500

670 670

1,100 1,100

1,720 1,720

1,500 1,500

1,550 1,780

234 234

8,074 8,304

26,279 26,749

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 105

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

Number of Expenditure Approximate Persons. D iv isio n No . 131. Other Maintenance or Continuance of Annual Expenditure Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer to theas at Date of Transfer. A s n.t Date of fei\1901-2. EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OFCommonwealth. NEW SOUTH WALES. £ £ £ 132 129

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a bies.

26,279 26,749

Brought forward ... ...

D ist r ibu t er * s Br a n c h .

1 1 Distributer of Stamps ... ... ... 425 425

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 299 299

1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 250

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 200 200

2 2 Clerks * 1 at £105 and 1 at £100 ... ... 205 184

6 5

M a il Div isio n .

Chief Inspector and Superintendent ...

1,129 1,358

1 1 700 700

1 1 Senior Inspector ... ... ... 500 550

6 5 Inspectors *1 at £470, 4 at £400 ... ... 2,070 2,540

1 1 Inspector ... ... ... ... 300 300

5 5 Clerks * 1 at £365, 3 at £325, 1 at £310 ... 1,650 1,650

7 7 Clerks * 1 at £299, 2 at £290, 1 at £280, 1 at

1,954 £270, 1 at £265, and 1 at £260 ... ... 1,954

6 6 Clerks *1 at £250, 4 at £240, and 1 at £220 1,430 1,430

16 16 Clerks *5 at £200, 7 at £190, 1 at £180, 1 at

3,015 3,025 £175, 1 at £170, and 1 at £160... ... 20 21 Clerks *9 at £150, 4 at £135, 1 at £125, 2 at

£120, 1 at £108, 1 at £100, 1 at £75, and 2 at

£50... ... ... ... ... 2,638 2,403

1 1 Officer in Charge of Parcel Post ... ... 350 350

2 2 Relieving Officers * 1 at £170 and 1 at £160... 330 330

66 66

E l ec t r ic Tel eg r a ph Div isio n .

E l ec t r ic ia n * s Br a n c h .

14,937 15,232

1 1 Chief Electrician ... ... ... 700 700

1 1 Assistant Electrician ... ... ... 400 400

3 3 Testing Officers at £300 ... ... ... 900 900

2 2 Testing Officers * 1 at £150, 1 at £140 ... 290 290

1 1 Surveyor ... ... ... ... 250 250

2 2 Cadets 1 at£78 and 1 at £65 ... ... 143 130

4 4 Clerks * 1 at £175, 1 at £150, 1 at 140, and 1

. at £135 . ... ... ... ... 600 600

2 2 Mechanicians *-1 at £325, and 1 at £250 ... 575 575

67 68* Fitters * 1 at £236, 1 at £210, 3 at £200, 2 at

£190, 1 at £175, 1 at £150, 4 at £145, 4 at

£135, 1 at £130, 9 at £120, 9 at £110, 1 at

105, 1 at £100, and 30 at £96 ... ... 8,156 8,060

14 14 Batterymen *1 at £223, 2 at £150, 1 at £115,

2 at £105, 2 at £95, 2 at £90, 1 at £84,

1 at £78, and 2 at £65 ... ... 1,510 1,497

1 1 Jointer ... ... ... ... 120 120

1 1 Bicycle Mechanician ... ... ... 150 150

1 1 Outdoor Supervisor ... ... ... 300 300

1 1 Line Foreman ... ... ... ... 200 200

1 1 Chief Tester ... ... ... ... 160 160

4 4 Testers * 1 at £115, and 3 at £96 ... ... 403 403

3 3 Assistants * 1 at £96, 1 at £90, and 1 at £52 238 238

1 1 Messenger ... ... ... ... 65 65

110 111 15,160 15,038

314 311 Carried forward ... ...... 1 57,505 58,377

* One additional Fitter at £90 per annum provided for, to enable each such official to have one day *s rest in seven, a saving of about £122 per annum in cost of * Overtime * for Sunday duty being effeete dth ereby<

106 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *con tinned. 1901-2.

Number of Persons. D iv isio n N o . 131.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Approximate

Annual

Continuance ofExpenditure Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

as at Date of Transfer.

iaat EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

NEW SOUTH WALES. Date of Trans-1901-2.

£ £ £

fer.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

-

314 311 Brought forward ... ... ... 57,505 58,377

O per a t in g Br a n c h .

*

1 1 Manager ... ... ... ... 700 700

2 2 Assistant Managers, at £400 ... ... 800 800

2 2 Supervisors *1 at £300, and 1 at £290 ... 590 590

4 4 Booking Clerks *2 at £200, 1 at £180, 1 at

750 £170 ... ... ... ... 750

18 17 Booking Clerks * 15 at £150, and 2 at £135 ... 2,520 2,670

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 160 160

1 1 Junior Clerk ... ... ... ... 50 50

5 5 Porters at £65 ... ... ... ... 325

325

34 33 5,895 6,045

R ec eiv in g Br a n c h .

375 1 1 Receiving Clerk ... ... ... ... 375

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 250 250

7 7 Clerks *2 at £210, 2 at £180, and 3 at £170... 1,290 1,290

3 3 Clerks * 1 at £150, 1 at £135, and 1 at £50 ... 335 330

12 12 2,250 2,250

C h ec k Br a n c h .

1 1 Check Clerk ... ... ... ... 403 403

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... %† ∑ %† 299 299

5 5 Clerks * 1 at £240, 1 at £230, 1 at £220,

1,090 and 2 at £200 ... ... ... 1,090

2 2 Clerks * 1 at £190, and 1 at £170 ... ... 360 360

15 15 Clerks *8 at £150, 2 at £135, 1 at £105, 1

1,837 at £90, 1 at £62, 1 at £60, and 1 at £50 ... 1,837

24 24 3,989 3,989

D espa t c h Br a n c h .

250 1 1 Messengers * Overseer ... ... ... 250

2 2 Clerks at £200 ... ... ... ∑∑%† 400 400

3 3 Overseers at £125 ... ... ∑∑∑ 375 375

12 12 Monitors * 1 at £140, 1 at £130, 8 at £100,

1,215 1,215 1 at £80, and 1 at £65 ... ... ...

18 18 2,240 2,240

T el eph o n e B r a n c h .

1 1 Manager ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ 400 500

2 2 Supervisors * 1 at £160, and 1 at £130 ... 290 290

1 1 Exchange Foreman ... ... ∑∑∑ 300 300

6 6 Monitors * 1 at £130, 1 at £100, and 4 at £96 614 614

1 1 Cleaner-and Messenger ... ... ... 84 84

300 334 Switchboard Attendants ... ... ... 14,593 13,930

15 Switchboard Attendants from 1st April, 1902 98

130 1 1 Matron ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ 130

1 1 Assistant Matron ... ... ∑ ∑ %† 70 70

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ∑∑%† 135 135

1 1 Shorthand-writer and Typist ..∑. ∑∑∑ 96 96

315 364 16,810 16,149

717 762 Carried forward ... 88,689 89,050

* 34 additional attendants, at £26 per annum each, provided for, to enable each such official to have one day's rest in seven, a saving of about £2,200 per annum in cost of *overtime" for Sunday duty being effected thereby.

509

' i

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending SIM June, 1902. 107

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

Number of Persons.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Approximate

Annual

Continuance ofExpenditure

D iv isio n No . 131. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of as at Date of Transfer.

date of fer.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

1901-2. EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF £ £ NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies.

717 762 Brought forward ... ... 88,689 89,150

1

E l ec t r ic Lig h t Br a n c h .

1 Chief Engineer ... ... ... 350 350 1 1 Engineer ... ... ... 225 225 9 8 Assistant Engineers *2 at £156, 2 at £150,1 at £130, 1 at £120, 1 at £110, and 1 at £78 ... ... ... ... 1,050 1,16011 10 1,625 1,735C o n st r u c t io n Br a n c h . 1 1 Inspector of Lines ... ... ... 350 350 2 2 Assistant Inspectors of Lines *1 at £275, and1 at £265 ... ... ... 540 540 4 4 Overseers * 3 at £250, and 1 at £200 950 950 1 1 Assistant ... ... ... ... 140 1408 8 1,980 1,9801 1 Manager of Stables ... ... ... 254 254 2 2 1 Farrier at £144, 1 Assistant Farrier at £94.. 238 222 8 8 Grooms * 1 at £125, 2 at £122, and 5 at £105... 894 894 1 1 Foreman of Mail Cart Drivers ... 150 150 36 36 Mail Cart Drivers * 1 at £130, 2 at £125,2 at £120, 6 at £105, 1 at £100, 4 at £95, 1 at £91, and 19 at £84 ... 3,417 3,417 33 34* 1 Mechanic, £170; 1 Carpenter, £156; 1 Care-taker, £156; 1 Assistant Caretaker, £120; 1 Tower Attendant, £78; 1 Office-keeper, £105; 6 Cleaners at £104; 1 Lift Attend≠ant at £120 ; 1 Lift Attendant at £110; 1 Lift Attendant at £90; 18 female Cleaners at £52 ; and 1 Night Watchman at £100 ... 2,765 2,665 2 2 Detectives * 1 at £220, and 1 at £208 ... 428 428 3 3 Constables, at 7s. 6d. per diem each ... 411 411 1 1 Medical Officer ... ... ... 130 130 1 1 Chinese Interpreter ... ... 50 50 8 8 2 Custodians of Mails * 1 at £110, and 1 at £95;1 Custodian of Mail Bags at £105 ; 1 Bag Maker at £156 ; 1 Assistant in Bag Room,£84; 2 Bag Turners * 1 at £84, and 1 at £78 ; and 1 Timekeeper at £105 ... ... 817 811 1 1 Out-door Inquiry Officer ... ... ... 180 18097 98 9,734 9,612Indo o r M e sse ng e r s.1 1 Chief Messenger... ... ... 180 180 29 29 Messengers * 1 at £140, 3 at £125, 1 at £120,1 at £113, 1 at £105, 1 at £101, 4 at £93, 8 at £65, 1 at £52, and 8 at £26 ... 2 106 2,22330 30 2,286 2,403863 908 Carried forward 104,314 104,780* Additional official (Night Watchman) already employed.

108 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1002.

V III * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

As at

date of trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

863 908

20 20

4

20 24

48 51*

1 1

8 8

35 35

83 83

100 100

197 204

16 9

1 1

489 492

18 18

108 108

351 351

475 477

952 954

2324 2378

D iv isio n N o . 131.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies .

Brought forward ...

Parcels Assistants *1 at £160, 2 at £150, 1 at £140, 2 at £130, 2 at £120, 9 at £95, 2 at

£78, and 1 at £26 ... ∑∑%† ∑%†âˆ‘

Parcels Assistants *2 at £100, and 2 at £52, from 1st April, 1902 ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Line Repairers *46 at £140, 3 at £120 (1 from 1st April, 1902), 1 at £90, and 1 at £65 ...

Post and Telegraph Officer ... ∑∑%†

Post and Telegraph Officers, at £400 each ...

Post and Telegraph Officers *3 at £380, 1 at £370, 4 at 360, 3 at £350, 2 at £340, 4 at

£330, 1 at £325, 3 at £320, 3 at £315, 6 at

£310, and 5 at £300 ... ... %†âˆ‘%†

Post and Telegraph Officers *3 at £299, 2 at £295, 10 at £290, 5 at £280, 4 at £275, 7

at £270, 3 at £265, 17 at £260, 8 at £250,

4 at £245, 14 at £240, 2 at £235, and 4 at

£230 ... ∑∑∑ ... ...

Post and Telegraph Officers *21 at £225, 3 at £220, 2 at £215, 14 at £210, 37 at £200, 2

at £195, 14 at £190, 1 at £185, and 6 at

£180 ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Post and Telegraph Officers *34 at £175, 30 at £170, 1 at £165, 32 at £160, 19 at £150, 58

at £140, 2 at £135, and 28 at £130 _ ...

Post and Telegraph Officers * 1 at £125, 3 at £120, 3 at £110, and 2 at £100 ... ...

Post and Telegraph Officer ... ∑∑∑

Less value of Quarters

Post and Telegraph Assistants *3 at £280, 1 at £270, and 14 at £235 ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Post and Telegraph Assistants *3 at £230, 1 at £225, 14 at £220, 5 at £210, 58 at £200,

9 at £190, and 18 at £180 ... ^ _ %†âˆ‘∑

Post and Telegraph Assistants * 17 at £175, 51 at £170, 55 at £160, 47 at £150, 1 at

£140, 11 at £135, 111 at £130, and 58 at

£125 ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Post and Telegraph Assistants *20 at £120, 1 at £115, 5 at £111, 70 at £110, 34 at £100,

3 at £96, 5 at £91, 54 at £90, 14 at £84,

140 at £80 (2 from 1st April, 1902), 29 at

£78, 41 at £65, 12 at£52, and 49 at £39 ...

Carried forward

1S01-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

104,314 104,780

2,137 2,137

76 *

2,213 2,137

6,865 425 3,200

6,680 425 3,200

11,590 11,590

... 21,722 21,722

20,470 20,470

31,215 30,305

1,015 80

1,890 80

96,582 96,362

11,080 11,080

85,502 85,282

... 4,400 4,400

21,595 21,595

50,800 50,700

39,491 39,451

116,286 116,146

... 308,315 308,345

* Additional officiate (2) already employed,

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 109

VIII. * Th e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

Number of Persons.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

aª.. D iv isio n No . 131. Date of Trans≠ fer 1901-2. £ £ £

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

2324 2378 Brought forward... ... ... 308,315 308,345

2 2 Overseers of Sorters at £180 ... ... 360 360

141 141 Sorters *20 at £170, 22 at £160, 16 at £150,

15 at £140, 17 at £130, 11 at £120, 13 at

£115, 1 at £110, 17 at £105, and 9 at £100 19,240 19,240

143 143 19,600 19,600

17 17 Stampers at £84 ... ... ... 1,428 1,428

39 39 Mail Guards * 14 at £180, 8 at £170, 7 at

£160, 2 at £150, and 8 at £140 ... ... 6,420 6,320

1 1 Overseer of Letter Carriers ... ... 180 180

499 503 Letter Carriers *6 at £150, 48 at £144, 2 at

£140, 17 at 135, 19 at £130, 23 at £125,

45 at £120, 20 at £115, 22 at £110, 26 at

£105, 10 at £100, 46 at £95, 11 at £91,121 at £84, 33 at £78, 48 at £65, 3 at £52, 2 at

£39, and 1 at £26 ... ... ... 51,071 50,811

5 504 51,251 50,991

95 99 Mail Boys *41 at £78, 56 at £65 (2 from 1st

March, 1902), and 2 at£39 ... ... 6,830 6,656

563 563 Telegraph Messengers * 150 at £52, 162 at

£39, and 251 at £26 ... ... ... 20,644 20,644

1668 1693 Non-official Postmasters, Receiving Office- keepers, Telephone Operators, Assistants, &c. 28,940 28,740

Amount required to pay increments, in accord≠ ance with regulations, to Professional, Clerical, and General Divisions, during 1901-2 (less saving from filling vacancies at the minimum salary of the grade) ... ... ∑∑∑ 8,700

5349 5436 Carried forward ... ... | ∑∑∑ 452,128 442,724

' Items of a corresponding nature, amounting to £5,725 (exclusive ot about cio.uuu, portion oia v oue %† n -w South Attorney-General *s Department in connexion with the re-grading of the Postmaster-Generals d ep artmen tti Wales Public Service Board), were voted on the State Estimates of Expenditure for the year 1900-1, but the salaries as transfer include such increments.

110 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th Jane, 1902.

V III. * Th e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

D iv isio n N o . 131.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

NEW SOUTH WALES.

5349 5436

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

Brought forward...

To pay increments on Salaries affected by the Public Service Regulations of the State of New South Wales, dated 31st December, 1900, on the same basis as such increments would have been provided for had the officers remained in the service of the State ...

To provide for Increases to Salaries of deserving Officers who do not come within the provisions of the increment regulations in accordance with the practice at time of transfer ...

5349 5436 Total S a l a r ies

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Fuel and Light for City, Suburban, and Country Offices ... Forage allowances to Letter-carriers, Line Repairers, and Mes≠ sengers, and Horse Equipment ... ... ...

Forage (Departmental Horses, Sydney) ... ...

Additional Horses ... ... ... ...

Motor Quadri-cycle ... ... ... ...

Overtime, to expedite the sorting and delivery of British and Foreign Mails, and of newspapers, transaction of Telegraphic Business ; and to Officials working on Sundays, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Uniforms for Letter-carriers, Mail-guards, and Messengers Travelling expenses *Inspectors and Relieving Officers ... New Stamps and Seals ... ... ... ...

Iron Letter and Newspaper Receivers... ... ...

Working Expenses (Electric Telegraph) ... ...

Repairs to Telegraph Lines ... ... ... ...

Incidental and Unforeseen Expenses ... ... ...

Fuel, Gas, Water, Carbons, and Globes (ElectricLight) ... Remuneration to Railway Department for performing Postal and Public Telegraph business ... ... ...

Purchase of Plant, Renewals, Oils, &c., and to replace Lamps (Electric Light) ... ... ... ...

Country Post Offices ; allowances to Official Postmasters and Telegraph Masters for keeping their offices clean ; to pro≠ vide light for office purposes ; for porterage of mails ; and for attending to and winding turret clocks ... ...

Canvas and other material for mail-bags and cost of making Allowances to Officers stationed at outlying Districts ... To supply Telegraph Instruments, Cables, Tables, &c. ... Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ... ...

Non-recurring ...

Carried forward

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

452,128 442,724

2,244

1,000

455,372 442,724

3,800 4,247*

13,200 1,900 150 120

12,628* 1,790* 133*

5.000 4,200 12,000 200

200

10,000 14,500 3.000 800

6,548* 3,995* 13,909* 238*

197*

14,195* 14,017* 4,950* 800*

7,000 8,307*

2,000 2,242*

4.700 1.700 4.000 1.000

50

5,432* 1,280* 4,081* 405*

196*

89,520 99,590

544,892 542,314

Approximate Actual Expenditure 1800-1.

Estimates o f Expenditure fo r the Year ending oQth June, 1902. I ll

VIII. * T h e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1904-2.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Other Expenditure.

Maintenance or Continuance of the Department Expenditure

as at Date of

as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

D iv isio n N o . 131-. £ £ £

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW

SOUTH WALES.

Brought forward ... ... ... ... 544,892 542,314

Subdivision No. 3 . *C o n v ey a n c e o f M a il s.

Inland, including Porterage ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Amount to be paid to Railway Department for the Con-96,800 97,672* 72,236* veyance of Mails ... ... ... ...

Gratuities to Ships * Mails, Foreign and Coastwise ...

73,440 8,000 7,822*

Postal Communication, vid Suez, per Federal Mail Service, by the Vessels of the Orient and the Peninsular and

Oriental Steam-ship Companies, including the Cost of 32,808* Overland Transit of Mail Matter ... ... ... 30,000

Postal Communication vid Vancouver ... ... 10,000 10,000*

Non-recurring ... ... ... ... ... 3,711*

218,240 224,249

Subdivision No. 4 . *C a bl e Su bsid ies a n d Gu a r a n t ees.

Tasmanian Cable Subsidy.

Proportion Payable by New South Wales ... ... 1,494 1,494

New Caledonia Cable Guarantee.

Proportion Payable by New South Wales ... ...

Non-recurring ... . ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

2,000 2,000

238

3,494 3,732

Subdivision No. 5 . *-M isc el l a n eo u s Ser v ic es.

Stores and Stationery! ... ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

Printing and Bookbinding! ... ... ... ∑∑∑

4,275 7,500 500

4,275* 7,423* 532*

Advertising! ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Printing Postage Stamps and Postal Notes, including cost of paper"! ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘%†

Gratuity equal to one month *s pay for each year of service

4,500 4,503*

to legal representatives of *(1) G. H. Chapman, late operator, General Post Office, Sydney, £296 15s. 6d. ; (2) P. J. Finlayson, late clerk, General Post Office, Sydney, £207 10s. 9d. ; and (3) N. E. W. Spooner, late

512

2,000 1,600

letter-carrier, General Post Office, Sydney, £7 11s. 2d * Exchange on Remittances ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Water Supply and Sewerage Charges ... ... ∑∑∑

1,479* N on-recurring ... ...

20,887 18,212

. Total D iv isio n No. 131 . 787,513 788,507

* Approximate actual expenditure, 1000-1. t Hitherto paid from votes of other departments.

112 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3Oth June, 1902.

V III. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer.

A

D

D

1901-2.

D iv isio n N o . 132.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE

OF VICTOR *ìA.

Subdivision No. 1. *S a l a r ies.

F ir st D iv isio n .

Deputy Postmaster-General and Superin≠ tendent of Electric Telegraphs ...

Other

Expenditure.

P r o f essio n a l D iv isio n .

Telegraph Engineer and Chief

Electrician ... ... .. ∑

Assistant Telegraph Engineer and Electrician ... ... ...

Manager, Telephone Exchange ...

£

700

432 432

C l er ic a l D iv isio n .

Superintendent, Mail Branch ... Telegraph Manager ... ...

Chief Inspector .... ...

Accountant and Controller of Stamps Chief Clerk ... ...

Cashier ... ... %†âˆ‘∑

Assistant Superintendent, Mail Branch Controller, Money Order Office Assistant Manager, Telegraph Office Inspector ... ... ...

Senior Clerk, Correspondence Branch Controller of Stores ... ...

Sub-Accountant ... ...

Inspector ... ... ∑ ∑ ∑

Senior Clerk, Accounts Branch Inspector ... ... ...

Testing Officer in charge ...

Manager, Parcels Post ...

Testing Officer ... ... ª

Carried forward

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

900

700 700

388 378

388 378

1,476 1,456

600 600

600 600

531 520

531 520

531 520

450 450

431 420

485 485

485 485

431 420

431 420

431 420

431 420

368 360

350 350

3 3 310

323 310

350 350

323 310

8,405 8,270

2,376 2,356

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

900

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 113

V III. * Th e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons. I ß ∑-ß Date of 1901-2.

|

fer. o

4 4

19 19

3 3 2

J

16 16 3

56 56 4

13 13 4

87 87 5

5 5 4

4 4 5

9 9 3

42 41 4

61 63 5

4 4 5/

2 2 5

122 122 5/

4 4 4

24 23 •

183 183 5

654 654

658 658

D iv isio n N o . 132.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE

OF VICTORIA.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies

Brought forward ... ∑

C l er ic a l D iv isio n .

Brought forward ... .

1901-2.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ <£

2,376

8,405

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

&

2,356

8,270

Postmasters ...

Postmasters ...

Postmasters ...

Postmistresses

Postmistresses ...

Relieving Postmasters...

Relieving Postmistresses

Clerks Clerks

Number. Salary.

£

2 400

1 380

1 350

2 315

5 300

1 290

1 275

6 274

3 275

1 260

7 255

4 250

8 235

4 225

11 210

18 185

3 150

1 144

1 132

4 120

4 110

2 110

8 100

25 90

' 1 84

50 80

1 72

2 300

3 260

2 110

2 100

Clerks Sellers of Stamps ... ... ...

Female Supervisors, Telegraph Office ... Female Assistants at from £40 to £110 Supervisors, Telegraph Office ... ...

Operators at from £185 to £300 ... Operators at from £40 to £200 ...

Carried forward

1,171* 1,160

4,677* 4,664

12,290* 12,290

1,646* 1,646

7,426* 7,426

1,351 1,320

388 388

3,687 3,644

11,587 11,865 11,923 11,923 424 424

195 188

9,719 9,468

1,200 1,200

5,692 5,916

33,669 33,644

115,450 115,436

117,826 117,792

N o t e. *Postmasters and Postmistresses are allowed quarters. _ _ . r ,

* Includes value of services performed for Treasury Department of Victoria by Postmasters who act also as Deceivers anu Paymasters, say £3,000.

F.4561. H

114 Estimates of Expenditure jor the year ending 30th June, 1902.

V III.__T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t . *continued.

Number of Persons.

Classification.

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Expenditure solely for the Approximate

Date of

fer.

1901-2.

D iv isio n N o . 132.

Other

Expenditure.

Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the

Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Commonwealth. I

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE 04

VICTORIA. £ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . * Sa l a r ies .

658 658 Brought forward ..,

117,826 117,792

Maxi- mum.

Per

annum.

G en er a l D iv isio n .

£

5 5 Supervisors Mail Branch at from

360 £324 to £360 ... %†âˆ‘∑

4 4 Assistant Supervisors Mail Branch

276 at from £240 to £276 ∑∑%†

20 20 Mail Officers at from £192 to £228 228

104 114 Sorters at from £11 10s. per month

156

8 8

to 75s. per week ... ∑∑∑

Female Assistant Letter Sorters at - ... 82,400 82,290

from £ 5 4 to £80 ... ... 78

443 466 Letter - carriers and Stampers at

from £ 9 0 per annum to 57s. per

week ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† 132

101 101 Postal Assistants at from £90 to

£108 ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ 108

134 154 Junior Postal Assistants at from

78 £54 to £78... ... .%†âˆ‘

30,460 28,352

1 1 Messenger at from £84 to £120 ... 120 t ∑∑∑

2 3 Junior Messengers at from £42 to

£72 ... ... %†âˆ‘∑72

353 395 Telegraph Messengers at from £24

to £ 5 0 ... ∑∑%† ∑%†%† 50

2 2 Inspectors, Telegraph Works, at from

276 £240 to £276 ... ∑∑∑

3 3 Overseers, Telegraph Works, at from

240 £204 to £252 ... ∑∑∑ 10,940 12,912

29 30 Line Repairers at from £126 per

156 annum to 60s. per week ...

44 46 Line Repairers * Assistants at from

120 £102 to £120 ... ... J

1 1 Yard Foreman and Foreman of

180 Carpenters ... ... ∑∑∑ 1,229 1,225

5 7 Carpenters and Ship Carpenter at

156 from £144 to £156 ... ...

1 1 Battery-room Foreman at 60s. per

156 week ... ... ∑∑∑

14 14 Batterymen at from £96 per annum

120 to 54s. per week ... ∑-∑

1 1 Electrical Foreman and Instrument

360 Fitter at from £324 to £360 ... 1 1 Foreman Instrument Fitter at from

240 £204 to £240 ... ∑%†âˆ‘ L 9,096 8,990

4 4 Senior Instrument Fitters at from

168 £168 to £174 ... ∑∑∑

37 38 Instrument Fitters at from £138 to

156 £156 ... ... ∑∑∑

4 4 Junior Instrument Fitters at from

108 £72 to £108 ... ∑∑∑

1 1 Cable Jointer at £168 ... ...

168

131,125 133,769

1322 1424

1 Carried forward ..

j i

111 826 117,792

658

1

6ub 1

Extimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902, 115

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

3.901-2.

Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Approximate

ß D iv isio n ∑ N o . 132.

Maintenance or Annual Expenditure Other Continuance of

Date of901-2. 1

£xpenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the as at Date of

Transfer.

fer. 1 EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE

VICTORIA.

OF -

Commonwealth.

o

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

658 358 Brought forward... 117,826 117,792

G en er a l Div isio n .

1322 1424 Brought forward... 134,125 133,769

Maxj mum. Per annum.

£

7 7 Saddlers and Sailmakers at from

£132to £156 ... ... 156

2 2 Senior Storemen and Packers ... 144

6 6 Storemen and Packers at from £108

to £138 ... ... ... 138

69 74 Porters and Pillar Clearers at from

£90 per annum to 54s. per week132 1 1 Officer in charge, Cyclists, at from

11 11

£138 to £156 ... ...

Bicvcle Pillar Clearers at from £90 156 - ... 17,793 17,649

to £132 ... ... ... 132

25 28 Mail Drivers ar from £108 per annum

to 54s. per week ... ... 126

2 2 Female Stamp Embossers ... 80

1 1 Waggon Repairer ... ...144

1 1 Caretaker at from £147 to £228 ... 174

8 8 Watchmen at from £102 per annum

to 54s. per week ... ... 120

1 1 Foreman Painter ... ... 150

1 1 Painter and Writer ... ... 156

2 2 Painters at from £120 to £144 ... 144

1 1 Plumber and Gasfitter at from £156

to £174 ... ... ... 174

1 1 Plumber *s Labourer ... ... 104

2 2 Office Cleaners at from £78 to £120 96

7 7 ^Labourers at from £104 to £120 120

1 1 Engine-driver and Fitter at £180 168

2 2 Engine-drivers at from £132 to

£180 ... ... ... 156

3 3 Firemen ... .... ... 120

1 1 Female Type-writer at from £54 to

£78 ... ... ... 78 1 ∑∑∑

13,630 13,118

1 1 Frenchpolisher at from £132 to

£156 ... ... ... 156

1 1 Stamp Printer and Impresser ... 168

1 1 Stamp Impresser and Machineman

at from£148 to £204 ... 160

1 1 Telegram Search Officer at from

£159 to £186 ... ... 186

1 1 Telephone Sub-manager (Female)... 20

6 6 Monitors, Telephone Exchange (Fe-

male), at £78 ... ... 72

137 181 Telephone Switch Operators at from

£48 per annum to 54s. per week72 -162 51771 Carried forward ... ...

J

165,548 164,536

8| 65

... <

65 si l 117,826 117,792

H 2

116 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

V III. * T h e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

658 658

1625 1779

158

17831936

20 ..

157

2461 2594

D iv isio n N o . 132.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF

VICTORIA.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

Brought forward... ...

G en er a l D iv isio n .

Brought forward... ...

To pay Letter-carriers appointed under old Post Office Regulations the following rates on their promotion as Sorters : *

Minimum Rate of Pay Monthly."

Scale of Additions.

j Amount.

£ 11

Si

10

%†s. 10

At Inter≠ vals of *

One year

Number, i

Six

| Maximum V Rate of Pay

I Monthly.

£ s. 14 10

Sorters at from £138 to £174

Additional men employed in connexion with the introduction of the postage of Id. per Ijoz. on letters within Victoria ...

Total Sa l a r ies ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Allowances to Country Postmasters, including commission ! for conducting Telegraph business ; also payments to Victorian Railway Department for performance of ' Postal Duties ... ... ... ... *Ø

Overtime and Gratuities to Officers and others when un- | avoidably employed at night under special circumstances j Police Constables * Allowances ... ... ...

Temporary Assistance, and to provide for the absence of I Officers through sickness and when on leave ... ...

Special Allowances to Postmasters *Omeo, at £20; Wal- halla, at £20; and Mildura, at £40; and to Junior *Ø

Postal Assistant, at Orbost, at £26 per annum, from 1st J September, 1901 ... ... ... ... I

Contributions towards the Maintenance of Telegraph J Stations at Gabo Island and Flinders ... ... I

Purchase, Hire, and Forage of Horses in connexion with Maintenance of Lines ... ... ... ...

Telegraph Instruments, Battery Materials, Tools ... Clothing for Railway Mail Sorters, Letter Carriers, Tele- j graph Messengers ... ... ... ...

^Stores, Stationery, Mail Bags, Ironmongery, Seals, and J Stamps, also Books, Printing and Advertising ...

Travelling Expenses (including payment to the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company for Carriage of Letter Carriers and Telegraph Messengers, and to Victorian Railways for Payment of Railway Fares for Officers whilst travelling on duty) ... ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ...

Charwomen and cleaning at Country Stations ... ...

Carriage of Stores, Insurance Premiums on extra guarantees, Incidentals ... ... ... ... ...

Carried forward

1 9 0 1 -2 ,

Other

Expenditur

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance c Continuance o e. the Departmer

as at the Time Transfer to th Commonwealtl

Approximate r Annual *

f Expenditure

t as at Date of

3f Transfer.

£ £ £

117,826 117,792

165,548 164,536

27,269 27,443

192,817 191,979

1,565

310,643 311,336

33,000 32,353f

300

1,160

23-3f 1,160f

7,000 8,667f

102 75f

545 540f

1,500 3,000

1,323 f 2,04 If

2,000 l,783f

16,800 I6,664f

7.000 6.000 2,750

8,8 64 f

6,815f 2,5 3 7 f

2,000 2,023f

83,157 85,078

393,800 396,414

About £9,000 of the amount provided is for services hitherto paid for by other Departments, t Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 117

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a i/s D epa r t men ^- continued.

1901-2.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Other Expenditure.

Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Expenditure as at Date of Transfer.

D iv isio n No . 132. £ £ £

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

Brought forward ... ... 393,80.0 396,414

Subdivision No. 3 . *T el eg r a ph Lin es.

No. 1. Repairs, and Alterations,. Renewing Poles, Trans≠ ferring Lines to routes of New Railways,

including Wire, Insulators, and Fittings for _ Telegraph Poles, Renewals and Maintenance of Telephone and Telegraph Lines, including Ma≠

terial and Repainting Poles 2. To proportion of subsidy payable by Victoria

towards the construction and maintenance of the Tasmanian Submarine Cable ... ...

16,000

1,505

7,275*

1,505*

17,505 8,780

Subdivision No. 4 . *Ma il Ser v ic e.

No. 1. Conveyance of . Inland Mails * Government Railways ... ... ...

Contractors, Special Conveyance of Mails, Pur≠ chase and Forage of Horses for Clearance of Letter Pillars, and Conveyance of Mails to Railway Stations, &c. ... ... ...

2. Foreign Mails ... ... ... ...

3. Gratuities to Masters of Vessels ... ...

58,810

39.000 31.000 4,500

58,180*

38,206* 30,701* 4,952*

133,310 132,039

Subdivision No. 5 . *Misc el l a n eo u s .

Gratuity to the Daughters of the late Alfred Edward

William Agg, fourth class officer (equal to nine months' pay) ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

To meet deficiency in Money Order Account, caused by a robbery at the Post Office, Golden Square (£31 14s.) ... Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ... ...

225

32 30

Non-recurring ... 711

2-7 711

Total Division No. 132 ... 544,902 537,944

Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1.

118 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30tli Jane, 1902

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Approximate Annual Expenditure 4, *t. D iv isio n No . 133. Maintenance or Continuance of Date of1901-2. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer. fer. Commonwealth.EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF £ £ £ QUEENSLAND. l Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

1 1 Deputy Postmaster-General and Superintendent of Telegraphs... ... ... ...

700 800 1 1 Electrical Engineer ... ... ...

1 1 Chief Manager and Inspector of Telegraphs ... 700 700

1 1 Superintendent ' of Money Orders and Ac- 550 550

countant ... ... ... ...

1 1 Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... 550550

1 1 Superintendent of Mails ... ... ... 500500

1 1 Officer in Charge of Correspondence ... 500 500

1 1 Staff Clerk ... ... ... ... 400 400

3 3 Inspectors, at £300 ... '... ... 350 350

1 1 Sub-Accountant ... ... ... 900 955

113 115 Clerks * 1 at £400, 1 at £350, 3 at £300, 1 at 400 400

£280, 1 at £270, 1 at £260, 2 at £245,

4 at £240, 2 at £230, 7 at £220, 11 at £210,

12 at £200, 4 at £190, 5 at £180, 6at£l7(>, 9 at £160, 7 at £150, 17at£140, 4 at £130,

6 at £120, 4 at £110, 7 at £100... ...

20,550 19,770 25 30 "Junior Clerks * 10 at £80, 11 at £70, 9 at £60 ... ... ... ...

1 Non-recurring ... 2,110 1,880

500

151 157

Chief Assistant Engineer ... ... ...

28,210 27,855

1 1

3 3 Assistant Engineers * 1 at £230, 1 at £200, 400 400

and 1 at £170 ... ... ...

1 1 Junior Assistant Engineer ... ... 600 600

4 4 Engineering Inspectors * 1 at £240, 1 at £220, 100 90

2 at £200 ... ... ... ...

1 1 Chief Mechanician ... ... ... 860 860

10 10 Assistant Mechanicians * 1 at £230, 1 at £190, 300 300

3 at £150, 1 at £110, 1 at £100, 1 at £90,

2 at £80 ... ... ... ...

6 7 Assistant Mechanicians (temporary), at from 1,330 1,210

5s. to 10s. per diem ... ... ...

4 5 Mechanician Cadets at £60 ... ... 850 750

1 1 Battery Keeper ... ... ... ... 300 272

2 2 Assistant Batterymen and Linemen * 1 at £140, 150 150

1 at £130 ... ... ... ...

4 4 Assistant Batterymen and Linemen (temporary) 270 270

at 7s. and 8s. per diem ... ... ...

7 7 Telephone Switch Officers * 1 at £260, 2 at 350 350

£250, 1 at £240, 1 at £150, 1 at £140, and

1 at £130 ... ... ... ... 1,420 1,420

1 1 Lady Supervisor (Central Exchange) ... 130 120

63 76 Switchboard Attendant'∑-(Male and Female), from 1st April, 1902 ... ... ... 3,950 3,259

108 123 11,010 10,051

1 %† 1Storekeeper ... ... ... ... 300 300

3 3 Storeman * 1 at £140, Packers *2 at £130 ... 400 400

3 3 Packers (temporary) at 6s. per diem ... 285 285

7 7 985 985

266 287 Carried forward ... 40,205 38,891

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902. 119

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t *continued.

ieo i-2.

Number of

Expenditure Approximate

Persons. Annual

Other Continuance ofExpenditure

D iv isio n No . 133. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the

as at Date of Transfer.

Date of 1901-2.

Commonwealth.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF fer. £ £ £

QUEENSLAND.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies .

266 287 Brought forward ... ... 40,205 38,891

1 1 Mail Officer, Brisbane ... ... ... 400 400

313 322 Officers in Charge'and Assistants * 1 at £450, 1 at £430, 1 at £425, 1 at £400, 3 at £370,

1 at £350, 5 at £340, 1 at £325, 22 at £300,

12 at £280, 5 at £270, 2 at £260, 6 at £250,

9 at £240, 10 at £230, 11 at £220, 6 at

£210, 38 at £200, 22 at £190, 18 at £180,

18 at £l70, 19 at £160, 19 at £150, 11 at

£140, 14 at £130, 30 at £120, 11 at £110,

25 at £100 ... ... ... ... 61,300 61,255

24 23 Junior Assistants *3 at £90, 5 at £80, 7 at

£70, 8 at £60 ... ... ... 1,640 1,870

9 12 Postal Assistants * 1 at £200, 1 at £180, 3 at

£160, 4 at £150, 3 at £140 ... ... 1,880 1,370

59 60 Line Repairers in Charge * 12 at £220, 15 at

£200, 5 at £190, 19 at 180, 5 at £170, 4 at

£160 ... ... ... ... 11,500 11,280

70 73 Line Repairers * 1 at £210, 1 at £200, 1 at

£180, 3 at £150, 22 at £140, 11 at £130, 18

at £120, 16 at £100 ... ... ... 9,310 8,950

13 13 . Travelling Mail Officers *8 at £180, 1 at £170, 2,210 2,210 4 at £150 ... ... ... ...

14 14 Stampers and Sorters *1 at £ 180, 6 at £ 170, 1

2,240 at £160, 4 at £150, 2 at £140 ... ... 2,240

119 131 Sorters and Letter Carriers * 7 at £145, 30 at £140, 20 at £130, 13 at £120, 15 at- £110, 8 at £100, 4 at £95, 10 at £90, 4 at £80, 9 at

13,740 £70, 11 at £60 ... ... ... 14,715

3 4 Parcel Packers * 1 at £140, 2 at £130, 1 at

£110 ... ... ... ... 510 340

2 2 Parcel Packers (temporary) *At 6s. per diem 190 190

5 5 Mailmen *4 at £140, 1 at £120 ... ... 680 650

169 185 Messengers and Office-keepers ... ... 7,200 6,772

801 845 113,775 111,267

To provide for increases to salaries of deserving officers in receipt of £160 per annum and

over that amount, in accordance with the prac≠ tice at time of transfer ... ... ... 975

1067 1132 Total S a l a r ies ... ... 154,955 150,158

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies .

Postand Telegraph Services at Railway Stations ... 7,000 7,000*

Assistance at Post and Telegraph Offices, and Allowances to Officers of Marine Department for Post and Telegraph Services ... ... ... ... ∑ ∑ ∑1,800 1,850*

Temporary Assistance ... ... ... ... 1,800 1,72*

Temporary Letter Carriers ... ... ... ... 2,050 2,150*

12,650 12,725

Carried forward ... 167,605 162,883

* Approximate actual expenditure 1C0C-1.

120 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th Jane, 1902.

VIII. *T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

D iv isio n No . 133.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF £ £ £

QUEENSLAND.

Brought forward ... ... ... 167,605 162,883

Subdivision No. 3 . *Ma il s.

Conveyance of Inland Mails, and Landing and Shipping Mails ... ... ... ... ... 60,000 55,600*

Conveyance of Mails coastwise ... ... ...

Conveyance of Mails via Adelaide, San Francisco, and Van-22,750 21,500*

couver; also Transit Charges ... ... ... 19,000 20,600

Gratuities to Masters of Vessels fgr Conveyance of Mails ... 3,650 3,820*

Railway Department for Conveyance of Mails ... ... 53,000 5 0,0 CO*

155,400 151,520

Subdivision No. 4 . *Misc el l a n eo u s Ser v ic es.

Allowances to Country Postmasters and Receiving Officers 6,003 6,700* Instruments, Batteries, Material, &c.,... ... ... , 2,003 1,775*

Maintenance and Repair of Telegraph Lines ... ...

Maintenance and Repair of Telephone Lines and Instru- 14,700 13,100*

ments ... ... ... ... ... 1,500 950*

Overtime Allowances, Bicycles, Typewriters, Uniforms, Horse Feed, and Incidentals ... ... ... 13,700 14,407*

Bags and Baskets ... ... ... ... ... 1,100 1,020*

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ... 2,650 2,750*

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... 4,050 3,800*

Forage Allowances ... ... ... ... 6,600 6,500*

Allowances to Officers in lieu of Quarters ... ... 460 458*

Labourers for Protection of Telegraph Stations ... ...

Allowance to cover extra Cost of Provisions as per Regula- 1,800 1,775*

tions ... ... ... ... ... ... 6,600 6,500*

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ...

Guarantee Cable to New Caledonia ... ... ...

3,850 2,000

3,000* 2,000*

Proportion of Loss on New Zealand Cable Business, and Proportion on account of Victoria-Tasmania Subsidy ... 700 520*

*≥ Advertising ... ... ... ... ... 830 520*

tPrinting and Bookbinding ... ... ... ...

Gratuity equal to six months salary at rate of £400 per 6,500 6,400*

annum to widow of Alfred W right (deceased), late Mail Officer, General Post Office, Brisbane ... ... 200

Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ... ... 30

75,270 72,175

Total Division No. 133... 398,275 386,578 i _ _ _ . . . . -mssatmmmmaimmma

* Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1. t Hitherto paid from votes of other Departments.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 121

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer.

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

4 4

1 1

8 8

1 1

i 1

5 5

10 10

5 5

1 1

23 23

1 1

1 1

2 2

3 3

6 6

2 2

15 15

1 1

1 I

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

9 9

13 13

16 17

1 1

11 11

17 17

70 71

49 49

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D e pa r t men t *con tinned.

D iv isio n N o . 134.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH

AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1.∑ * Sa l a r ies .

ISOl-Z.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

Deputy Postmaster-General 1,000

C h ief C l er k a n d C o r r espo n d en c e B r a n c h .

Chief Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

Corresponding Clerk ... ... ... ...

Clerk ... ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *One at £150, one at £145, one at £140, one at £115 ... ... ... ... ...

Clerk at £50, from 1st July, 1901, and £65 from 1st

January, 1902 ... ... ... ...

A c c o u n t a n t * s B r a n c h .

Accountant ... ... ... ... ...

Senior Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *Three at £270, two at £225 ... ...

Clerks *Two at £210, one at £200, two at £170, five at £165 ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *Three at £150, one at £125, one at £105 ...

Clerk at £45 10s. from 1st July, 1901, and £65 from

1st January, 1902 ... ... ... ...

M o n et O r d er B r a n c h .

Superintendent ... ... -... ... ...

Senior Clerk ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *One at £260, one at £230... ... ...

Clerks at £165 ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *Two at £150, one at £125, one at £110, two at 105 ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks *One at £80*, one at £65*... ... ...

C a sh ier 's B r a n c h .

Cashier ... ... ...

Clerk ... ... ... ...

P o st a l B r a n c h .

Superintendent of Letter Branch (also Customs Officer without salary) ... ... ... ...

Senior Inland Clerk (also Customs Officer without salary) Senior Clerk, in charge of Parcel Post Branch (also £165 payable by Customs Department) ... ...

Clerks *Five at £270, four at £230 (eight also Customs Officers without salary) ... ... ...

Clerks *Five at £210, one at £200, one at £195, two at £170, three at £165 (three of these also Customs

Officers without salary), one at £123 (also £51

payable by Customs Department) ... ...

Clerks *Ten at £150, two at £145, four at £105, one at £100 (one of these also Customs Officer without salary) Clerk... ... ... ... ... ...

Sorters *Six at £205, one each at £200, £190, £180; two at £165 ... ... ... ... ...

Sorters *Thirteen at £150, two at £148, one at £145, one at £130 ... ... ... ... ...

Carried forward

500 330 170

550

58

1,608

450 290 1,260

1,785 680

56

4,521

450 330 490 495

745 106

2,616

410 105

515

450 330

165

2,270

2,403

2,310 65

2,130

2,521

12,644

10,260

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

1,000

500 320 160

530

50

1,560

450 280 1,250

1,730 660

45

4,415

450 330 4 TO

480

720 90

2,540

395 0

495

450 330

160

2,230

2,338

2,170 50

2,075

2,510

12,313

10,010

Increase for half-year only.

122

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer. 1901-2.

49 49

70 71

28 28

8 8

13 14

3 3

7 7

2

2

131 133

1 1

1 1

2 2

4 4

1 1

1 1

2 2

4 4

1 1

1 1

1 1

3 3

1 1

1 1

8 8

26 26

47 47

17 18

100 101

291 294

Estim a tes o f Exp en d itu re fo r the Y ear ending 30 th June, 1902.

V I I I . * T h e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t continued.

1901-2.

D iv isio n No . 134.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH

AUSTRALIA.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate " Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

Subdivision No. 1 . *-S a l a r ies.

£ £ £

Brought forward ... ... 10,260 10,010

P o st a l Br a n c h *continued.

Brought forward ... ... 12,644 12,313

Stampers *One at £130; six at £125* ; one at £120*, one at £115*; six at £110(1*); one at £105* ; four at £100 (2*); two at £90 (1*); four at £80* ; two at

£50(1 half-year only) ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Letter-carriers at £150 ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Letter-carriers *One at £150, one at £145, one at £140, one at £135 ; seven at £130 (1*); one at £120*, one

at £70, and one at £50 ... ... ∑∑∑

Mail-cart Drivers ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘%†

Mail-cart Drivers *One at £148 ; two at £140; one at £135 ; two at £125 ; one at £100 ... ∑∑∑

Hall Porters, at £120 ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

2,800 1,200

1,716 450

913 240

2,655 1,200

1,675 450

875 240

19,963 19,408

Returned Letter and Inquiry Office.

Clerk in Charge %†%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks *One at £110 ; one at £105 ... ∑∑∑

270 225 215

260 220 200

710 680

Postage Stamp and Printing Division.

Printer of Stamps ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Assistant Printer of Stamps ... ∑∑∑ %†%†âˆ‘

Messengers *One at £50 ; orie at £39* ... ∑∑∑

260 170 86

250 160 83

516 493

Issu er o f St a mps Br a n c h .

Issuer of Stamps ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ∑%†%† %†%†âˆ‘ %†âˆ‘∑ %†%†âˆ‘

Clerk ... ... ∑%†%† ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

270 150 65

270 150 45

485 465

T el eg r a ph B r a n c h .

Operating Division.

Superintending Officer in charge of Operating Room ... Superintending Officer in charge of Operating Room ... Operators * Seven at £270 ; one at £230 ... %†%†âˆ‘

Operators *Ten at £210; five at £200; one at £180; three at £ 170 ; seven at £165 ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Operators *Thirty-one at £150 ; one at £140; two at £135; three at £130 ; one at £125 ; three at £110;

six at £ 105 ... ... ∑%† ∑ %†%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Operators ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

...

:::

365 330

2,120

4,945

6,535 1,454

350 320

2,090

4,750

6,370 1,080

15,749 14,960

Carried forward ... %†âˆ‘∑ 47,683 46,016

* Increase for half-year only.

525

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 123

VIII. * Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

1901-2.

iN limner of Persons. Expenditure

* Annual Expenditure D iv isio n N o . 134. Other Continuance of

Aaat Expenditure.the Department

as at the Time of as at Date of Transfer.

cjS Transfer to the

Trans- g EX P EN D ITU RE IN TH E STA TE OF SO UTH

A U STRA LIA .

Commonwealth.

fer.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 * Sa l a r ies.

T el eg r a ph Br a n c h .

291 294 Brought forward ... ... 47,683 46,016

Receiving and Issuing Division.

1 1 Clerk in charge... ... ... ... ... 270 270

1 2 Clerks * One at £210 and one at £ 165 ... ... 375 360

10 9 Clerks * Three at £150, one at £145, one at £135, one

at £130, three at £105 ... ... ... 1,175 1,140

6 6 Clerks (female) ... ... ... . ... ... 456 430

34 38 Telegraph Messengers ... ... ... ... 1,228 1,026

52 56 3,504 3,226

E l ec t r ic ia n a n d In st r u men t Fit t er * s Br a n c h .

1 1 Electrician and Inspector of Telephones ... ... 395 380

1 1 A ssistant Electrician ... ... ... ... 250 240

1 1 Second A ssistant Electrician ... ... ... 210 200

1 1 Instrument F itter ... ... ... ... 175 175

1 1 Batteryman, at 10s. per diem ... ... ... 157 157

13 14 Junior Mechanics and Messengers ... ... ... 898 769

18 19 2,085 1,921

In spec t o r * s Br a n c h .

1 1 Inspector of Post and Telegraph Offices ... ... 410 395

St o r es Br a n c h .

] 1 Storekeeper ... ... ... ... ... 210 210

1 1 A ssistant Storekeeper and Office-keeper (8s. 6d. a day,

also quarters, fuel, and light, 365 days) ... ... 156 156

1 1 Clerk ... ... ... ... ... 105 100

1 1 Clerk at £ 80* ... ... ... ... ... 73 65

4 4

T el eph o n e Br a n c h .

544 531

1 1 Chief A ttendant (female) ... ... ... 150 . 140

22 25 A ttendants (females) ... ... ... ... 1,675 1,500

2 2 N ight A ttendants, at £120 and £100 ... ... 220 220

25 28

C o n st r u c t io n a n d M a in t en a n c e Br a n c h .

2,045 1,860

1 1 Inspector of Lines ... ... ... ... 290 280

1 1 Clerk and D raughtsman ... ... ... ... 145 140

1 1 Cleric ... ... ... ... ... 105 100

2 2 Overseers of Line Parties, at £210 and £175... ... 385 380

1 1 Overseer of Line Party (at 9s. 6d. per diem) ... ... 149 149

1 1 Stable-keeper (also quarters) ... ... ... 130 130

7 7

C a r pen t er * s Br a n c h .

1,204 1,179

1 1 Carpenter (Foreman, 11 s. 6d. per diem, Sundays ex-

180 eluded) ... ... ... ... ... 180

399 410 Carried forward ... ... 57,655 55,308

* Increase for half-year only.

124 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

V III. *T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t continued.

Number of Persons.

Date of Trans≠ fer.

- cd

1

399 410

1 1

1 1

2 2

84 ' 84

| |

3 ! 3

-

51 ! 56

1 1

1 1

3 3

1 1

77 77

1 1

61 59

2 2

29 34

9 10

163 170 541 542

1027*§044

1428:1456

D iv isio n N o . 134.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH

AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1. *Sa l a r ies.

Brought forward ...

D et ec t iv e a n d Po l ic e Co n st a bl e a c t in g a s W a t c h men

OVER THE Gr.P.O. BUILDINGS.

Detective (12s. 6d. per diem, also *long service * pay Is. 8d. per diem, and allowance in lieu of clothing £9

per annum), 365 days ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Police Constable (7s. 6d. per diem, also *long service * pay 9d. per diem, and allowance in lieu of clothing £9 per annum), 365 days ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

M isc el l a n eo u s.

Overtime, Extra Clerical Assistance, Operators, Sorters, Stampers, Letter Carriers, Drivers, Instrument Fitters, and Messengers ... ∑%† ∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ %†%†%†

C o u n t r y a n d Su bu r ba n Po st a n d Tel eg r a ph Of f ic es.

* Postmasters* ( Classified ) *Five at £330, one at £295, one at £292, one at £286, fotip at £285, four at £270, . one at £230, thirteen at £225, one at £213, thirty-three at £210, one at £209, one at £207, one at £200, one

at £195, eight at £165, seven at £150, one at £l05 Postmasters* ( Unclassified ) *One at £ 130, one at £o0, One at £40 ... ... ∑ %† %† %† ∑ %† ∑ ∑ ∑

f Postmistresses* ( Unclassified ) *One at £130, one at 1 £125, four at £120, four at £105, one at £100, four

J at £95, three at £90, five at £85, five at £80, one at

£75, thirteen at £70, five at £65, five at £60, one at £50, also three for part of year only (£50 each provided) Clerk and Assistant Postmaster f, Port Adelaide (also Customs Officer without salary, but with quarters, &c.) Sorter ... ... ∑%†%† ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Sorters, Letter Carriers, and Drivers, at £150 ...

Sorter ... ∑∑∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Letter Carrierstth *One at £150, three at £ 135, twenty- seven at £130, one at £125, six at £110, seven at

£105, seven at £100, four at £90, fifteen at £80, four at £70, two at £60 ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ ∑ %†âˆ‘%†

Mail-cart Driver ... ∑∑∑ %† ∑%† ∑∑∑

Operatorsß *Two at £210, one at £200, four at £165, twenty-four at £150, four at £145, two at £135, three at £130, four at £120, six at £110, nine at £105 ...

Clerks, at £130 and £106 ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Operators and Assistants ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Telephone Attendants (Male and Female) ... ∑∑∑

Telegraph Messengers ... %†%†âˆ‘ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Postmasters at Non-official Post Offices, including Tele≠ phone Offices ... %† %† %† %†âˆ‘∑ 4 ∑"

Miscellaneous *Overtime, Extra Clerical _ Assistance, Operators, Letter Carriers, Drivers, and Messengers ...

Carried forward

s .eei- 3 .

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure sole *y for the Maintenance or Conti *Æ nance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate . Annual

Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

57,655 55,308

267 266

160 158

427 424

358 358

- ∑∑%† 18,327 18,140

220 220

- ... 4,540 4,305

270 270

185 180

450 450

150 150

8,071 7,750

130 130

8,205 7,920

236 220

2,180 1,708

740 705

6,131 5,932

5,923 5,841

600 631

56,358 54,552

114,798 110,642

5FF eESSBE1 I ª a S L t lu , 1 ; SatoiesVole.'l, t en

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30/A Jane, 1902. 125

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t *continued.

N umber of Persons,

"3

h il

D iv isio n N o . 134.

G 3 EX P EN D ITU RE IN TH E STA TE OF SO U TH

<6 s A U STRA LIA .

Subdivision No. 1 * Sa l a r ies.

1428 \ 1456 Brought forward ... ... ...

P o st ma st er s a n d Oper a t o r s a t R a il w a y St a t io n s.*

1 1 1 Postmaster and Telegraph Statioh-master ... ...

2 2 Postmasters and Telegraph Station-masters * One at

£105 (also £12 as Customs Officer), one at £116 ...

2 2 Postmasters and Telegraph Station-masters * One at £7 5,

one at £150 ... ... ... ... ...

1 1 Operator ... ... ... ... ...

4 4 O perators * One at £100, one at £100, two at £83 ...

12 11 Operators * Six at £75, one at £150, one at £73, one at

£65, one at £55, one at £ 53 ... ... ...

60 60 Station-masters, operators, and messengers ... ...

82 81

A d el a id e a n d Po r t D a r w in Tel eg r a ph Lin e.

1 1 Postmaster and Station-master (with quarters, subsistence allowance £26, and 23 per cent, allowance on salary)j: 1 1 Station-master (also quarters, rations, and 25 per cent,

allowance oil salary)ß ... ... ... ,..

8 9 Station-masters (w ith quarters, rations, and 25 per cent,

allowance on salary) * Five at £210, one at £1 0 5 / *) j

one at £ 170, one at £120 W, one at £65 O ...

4

4

Postmasters and Station-masters (w ith quarters) * One at £210 (Æ) j, one at £210 <Æ) J (with subsistence allowance, £50), one at £ l7 3 | (w ith subsistence allowance, £26), one at £70 W (with subsistence allowance, £5) ... j

23 26 Operators (with quarters, rations, and 25 per cent, allow≠

ance on salary) * One at £210, one at £ 174, one at £ 173, three at £165, one at £164 W one at £164, eleven at

£150 (of whom two receive allowance from State for

Savings Bank), one at £145, one at £140, two at £125,

two at £110, one at £107 ... ... ...

8 7 Operators *Three at £150, one at £1,40 (with subsistence allowance, £30), one at £135 (with subsistence allow-qnc.e, £30), one at £133 (with subsistence allowance, £30), one at £125 (with subsistence allowance, £80) 1 1 Clerk (with quarters, rations, and 25 per cent, allowance

on salary) ... ... ... ... ...

67 !68 Station-masters, Operators, Clerks, Messengers, Linemen, and Labourers ... ... ... ...

113 117

1623 1654

Total S a l a r ies ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Postal Branch.

Uniforms for Railway Sorters, Letter Carriers, Drivers, and Porter; Stores, Materials, Light, and Sundries generally ... ...

Conveyance of Inland Mails and Ship Mail gratuities ... ...

Conveyance of Mails by Railway Department ... ... ...

Conveyance of Mails between Great Britain and South Australia ... Iron Letter Pillars ... ... ...

Non-recurring

Carried forward

1 *ò 0 1 -2 .

Other xpenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time oi

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

114,798 110,642

135 135

221 210

225 225

113 110

371 355

846 825

3,528 3,473

5,439 5,333

500 450

270 270

1,510 1,465

663 630

3,892 3,800

1

983 950

115 110

... ! 4,547 4,439

12,480 12,114

... 132,717 128,089

!

;

3,450 3,164f

27,500 26,863 f

17,370 3 7,383f

9,500 9,524t

100 139 f

l,959t

... : 57,920 59,032

... 1 132,717 128,089

* In nearly every case the amount shown is but a moiety of the ofiieer *s salary, the other moiety being paid by the State Runway Department. Eleven of the officers also receive payment from the Savings Bank ; one receives fees as Assistant Registrar or Births and Deaths ; and one receives an allowance as Clerk of Court. * *f Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1. ----- X Also allowance from State tor Savings Bank.----- ß Also allowance from State as Sub-Protector of Aborigines.

(a) Also paid by Railway Department. (&) Also receives allowance from State as Clerk of Court.

126 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902.

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -Gen er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 134.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Brought forward ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 * Co n t in g en c ies .

Brought forward ... ...

Telegraph Branch.

Forage, Farriery, Instruments, Batteries, Light, and Sundries generally ... ... ... ... ... ...

Repairs to Telegraph Lines generally ... ... ...

Telephones *-Maintenance of existing lines, instruments, &c. ... Subsidy to * Tasmanian Cable connecting Tasmania with Victoria ... New Zealand Cable connecting New Zealand with New South

Wales ... ... ... ... ... ...

Subsidy to Western Australia, in connexion with Roebuck Cable ...

General.

Forage Allowance to Postmasters and Station-masters *Overland Corner (£30), Cowell (£30), and Elliston (£30) ... ...

Cleaning General Post-office Buildings, Adelaide ... ...

Cleaning, Light, and Fuel for Country Post and Telegraph Offices ... Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ...

Telegrams, Printing and Stationery, Postage Stamps, Water, and Sundries ... ... ... ... ... ...

Adelaide and Port Darwin Telegraph Line.

Maintenance and Repairs, including Instruments, Batteries, &c. ... Rations and Allowances ... ... ... ... ...

Cartage... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Purchase of Horses, Camels, Cattle, and Sheep... ... ...

Twenty-five per cent, allowance on Salaries of Officers on Port Darwin Line ... ... ... ... ... ...

Northern Territory Mails : ** Inland Mails ... ... ... ... ...

Ship Mails ... ... ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 3 * Misc el l a n eo u s. Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ...

Total Division No. 134

1 9 0 1 -2 .

Other

Expenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate ' Annual

Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ £

132,717 128,089

57,920 59,032

3,550 6,300 2,200

3,497 f

7,355 f

2,069f

423 423 f

68

1,000

67 f

l,000f

13,541 14,411

...

90

600

1,400 3,000

72 f

545 f

l,440f 3,008f

4,400 4,341 f

9,490 9,406

2,400 2,800 1,800 500

2,358f 3,293f l,4 5 4 f

... 1,650 l,4 2 8 t

... !

820

5,085

| 5,545t

15,055 14,078

96,006 96,927

30

228,753 225,016

* Hitherto paid from votes from other Departments, t Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1.

127

529

Number of Persons.

o %†ÃŸ si *ü M " c4 |

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 i

4 4

1 1

242 250*

3 4

1 1

151 156

21 19

8 8

2 2

6 6

7 7

185 188

1 2

1 1

9 9

42 54

2 2

10 11

I 1

31 33

1 1

78 81

814

GO oo

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June; 1902.

VIII. * Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t * continued.

D iv isio n N o . 135.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1.

S a l a r ies ( Fix ed ).

Deputy Postmaster-General and Superintendent of Tele≠ graphs ... ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Assistant Superintendent of Telegraphs ... %†âˆ‘∑

Accountant ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†%†

Chief Inspector ... ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Telegraph Manager and Electrician ... ... ∑∑∑

Manager, Money Order Office ... . ∑ ∑ %† ∑ ∑

Inspector of Mails ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

Inspectors of Posts and Telegraphs * 1 at £345, 2 at

±330, 1 at £310 ... ' ... ... ∑∑∑

Octsliier ªm ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑

Clerks * 1 at £310, 1 at £300, 1 at £250, 1 at £240,

1 at £235, 2 at £230, 2 at £220, 2 at £215, 3 at £210,

5 at £200, 7 at £190, 3 at £185, 13 at £180,11 at £175, 16 at £170, 7 at £165, 42 at £160, 27 at £155, 22 at

£150, 18 at £145, 24 at £140, 2 at £135, 15 at £130,

2 at £120, 2 at £110, 4 at £105, 10 at £100, 2 at £90,

I at £70, 2 at £60, 1 at £50 ... ... ...

Cadets *1 at £80, 1 at £70, 2 at £60 ... ∑∑∑

Special Inquiry Officer ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Post and Telegraph Masters * 1 at £400,1 at£345,1 at £320, 1 at £310,' 1 at £280, 2 at £270, 2 at £250, 1 at £240,

1 at £235, 1 at £2.50, 4 at £220, 4 at £210, 1 at £205,

5 at £200, 1 at £195, 7 at £190, 7 at £180, 1 at £175,

9 at £170, 3 at £165, 21 at £160, 1 at £155, 16 at

£150, 7 at £140, 2 at £130, 7 at £120, 1 at £110, 7 at

£100, 7 at £90, 15 at £80, 4 at £75, 7 at £70, 1 at

£65, 5 at £60, 1 at £52 ... ... ...

Postmasters *3 at £50, 2 at £45, 2 at £40, 4 at £36, 6 at

£30, 2 at £25 ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Telegraph Masters * 1 at £340, 1 at £275, 2 at £240, 1 at £220, 1 at £175, 1 at £170, and 1 at £160 ...

Officers in Charge *1 at £180, 1 at £170 ... ...

Relieving Officers (at various places) *At £180 ... Chief Telegraph Operators * 1 at £270, 1 at £260, 2 at £230, 2 at £220, 1 at £200 ... ... ...

Telegraph Operators *5 at £210, 8 at £200, 2 at £190, 31 at £180, 2 at £175, 34 at £170, 5 at £165, 29 at

£160, 1 from 1st January, 1902, 8 at £155, 13 at £150, 5 at £145, 8 at £140, 4 at 135, 13 at £130, 2 at £125,

5 at £120, 7 at £110, 5 at £100, 2 at £90 ...

Operating Messengers * 1 at £90, 1 at £80 ... ...

Operator and Lineman ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Postal Assistants * 1 at £190, 1 at £185, 4 at £165, 1 at £160, 2 at £135 ... ... ... ∑%†%†

Assistants *2 at £170, 2 at £160, 1 at £150, 1 at £145, 5 at £140, 1 at £135, 2 at £130, 1 at £125, 5 at £120,

6 at £110, 3 at £100, 4 at £90, 1 from 1st January, 1902, 4 at £80, 2 at £70, 1 at £65, 12 at £60, 2 from 1st

January, 1902 ... ... ... ∑∑%†

Assistants and Linemen * 1 at £145, 1 at £135 ...

Stamp Sellers *4 at £80, 1 at £75, 5 at £70, 1 at £60

Mail Officer ... ... ... ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑

Sorters * 1 at £165, 6 at £160, 9 at £150, 2 at £145, 5 at

£140, 1 at £135, 6 at £130, 2 at £120, 1 at £110 ...

Overseer of Letter Carriers ... ... ∑∑∑

Letter Carriers *29 at £ 140, 1 at £135, 4 at £130, 1 at £125, 8 at £120, 1 at £115, 12 at £110, 11 at £100, 2 at £95, 3 at £90, 1 at £75, 2 at £70, 3 at £65, 3 at £60

Carried forward ... %†âˆ‘∑

lS 0 ?- 3 .

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

| Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the %†Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

700 700

... 600 500

... 460 ( 460

440 440

425 425

400 400

... 400 400

1,315 1,315

. . . 320 320

39,020 37,950

270 210

220 220

" ... 23,152 22,330

... 694 629

1,820 1,820

350 350

1,080 1,080

1,630 1,630

29,690 29,060

170 80

160 150

1,465 1,455

5,355 4,420

280 265

805 735

140 140

4,730 4,490

240 240

9,385 9,030

125,616 121,244

* Includes 4 clerks hitherto paid from vote for * Extra Clerical Assistance.

128 Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 tk June, 1002.

V III. * Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

I £901-2.

Y< umber of Persons. Expenditure

solely for the ' Approximate

"8 Other Expenditur

Maintenance c Continuance o e. the Departmen as at the Time

f Expenditure t as at Date of

jf Transfer. ll M D iv isio n No . 135. -y E Transfer to th £ 8 Commonwealtl

£ <£ £

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1 *Sa l a r ies.

814 848 Brought forward ... ... ... ! 125,616 121,244

4 4 Stampers *1 at £145, 1 at £140, 1 at £13.5, 1 at £130 550 535

11 15 Telegraph Cadets *1 at £110, 1 at £75, 13 at £60 ... 965 725

35 38 Telegraph Messengers *2 at £85, 1 at £80, 1 at £70, 1 at

1,915 1,770 £65, 2 at £60, 9 at £50, 16 at £45, and 6 at £40 ... 123 136 Messengers *1 at £90, 2 at £85, 2 at £80, 1 at £75,

7 at £70, 2 at £65, 27 at £60, 12 at £55, 46 at £50,

16 at £45, 12 at £40, 4 at £35, and 4 at £30 ... 7,075 6,499

27 31 Messengers and Letter Carriers *1 at £110, 2 at £90, 1

at £80, 2 at 75, 2 at £70, 1 from 1st January, 1902,

2 at £65, 9 at £60, 7 at £50, 1 from 1st January,

1902, 3 at £45, 2 at £40 ... ... ... 1,835 1,580

1 1 Messenger and Office Keeper ... ... ... 170 170

3 3 Messengers and Office Cleaners *1 at £140, 1 at £130,

1 at £120 ... ... ... ... ... ... 390 390

1 1 Caretaker (Coolgardie) ... ... ... ... 150 15!)

1 1 Office Cleaner (Fremantle) ... ... ... 125 120

2 Post and Telegraph Cadets ... ... ... 860 60

1 1 Officer in Charge Maintenance and Construction (Tele-graph) ... ... ... ... ... 340 340

2 2 Assistant Telegraph Managers *1 at £300, 1 at £280 ... 580 580

3 3 Inspectors Telegraph Lines * 1 at £300, 1 at £230, 1 at

735 735 £205 ... * ... ... ... ...

1 1 Mechanician ... ... ... ... ... 270 2

1 1 Telephone Inspector ... ... ... ... 290 290

1 1 Assistant Telephone Inspector ... ∑"' ... 200 200

1 1 Telephone Foreman ... ... ... ... 210 210

16 18 Telephone Fitters *1 at £220, 1 at £210, 2 at £200, 2 at

£190, 2 at £180, 1 at £175, 2 at £170, 2 at £165, 2 at

£160, 1 at £150, 2 at £120 ... ... ... 3,125 2,765

1 1 Instrument Fitter ... ... ... ... ... 170 170

2 2 Battery Keepers *-1 at £190, 1 at £150 ... ... 340 340

1 1 Assistant Battery Keeper ... ... ... ... 160 160

25 26 Linemen *2 at £180, 1 at £170, 4 at £160, 8 at £150,

1 at £145, 3 at £140, 1 at £135, 4 at £130, 2 at £120, ... 3,830 3,680

2 2 Assistant Linemen *1 at £150, 1 at £130 ... ... 280 280

6 7 Telephone Linemen *1 at £190, 2 at £170, 3 at £150, 1

1,110 940 at £130 ... ... ... ... ...

12 11 Telegraph Linemen *1 at £200, 2 at £180, 1 at £160, 4

1,680 1,800 at £150, 1 at £130, 1 at £120, and 1 at £110 ... ... 2 2 Assistant Telegraph Linemen *1 at £140, 1 at £130 ... 270 260

2 2 Telephone Attendants in Charge *1 at £150, 1 at £115 ... 265 265

1 1 Relieving Telephone Attendant ..... ... ... ... 90 80

8 8 Telephone Attendants (night) *2 at £160, 1 at £150, 1

1,055 1,015 at £145, 2 at £125, 1 at £110, 1 at £80 ... ... ... 112 133 Telephone Attendants *2 at £110, 2 at £100, 1 at £95, 7 at £90, 2 at £85, 7 at £75, 11 at £70, 14 at £65,

30 at £60, 3 from 1st January, 1902, 10 at £55, 8 at £50, 19 at £45, 20 at £40, 4 from 1st January, 1902 : ... | 7,755 7,035

11 12 Telephone Cadets at £20 . . ... ... ... ... 240 220

1 1 Storekeeper ... ... ... ... ... 220 220

1 1 Assistant Storekeeper ... ... ... ... 155 150

1 1 Bagmaker ... ... ... ... ... 145 145

1 1 Packer ... ... ... ... ... 150 150

1237] 1330 Carried forward ... ... 162,816 155,543

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 3 D/A June, 1902. 129

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of Persons.

1901-2.

Expenditure solely for the Approximate Annual Expenditure

as at Date of Transfer.

Date of Trans≠ fer, cl

1

D iv isio n No . 135.

Other Expenditure. Continuance Of the Department

as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN

AUSTRALIA.

£ h

1237 1330

Brought forward ... ... ...

... 162,816 155,543

Subdivision No. 2.

Sa l a r ies (Provisional and Temporary).

4 5 Instrument Fitters (Telephone) * 1 at 12s., 1 at

10s., 1 at 8s. 6d, 1 at 8s., 1 at 7s. per diem ... 713 556

2 3 Apprentices * 1 at 5s. 6d., and 2 at 2s. 6d. per diem ... 165 118

2 2 Carpenters * 1 at 11s. 6d., and 1 at 10s. 6d. per diem ... 345 345

1 1 Blacksmith, at 10s. 6d. per diem ... ... ... 165 157

20 22 Labourers *8 at 9s. 6d., 3 at 9s., 8 at 8s. 6d., 3 at 8s.

per diem ... ... ... ... ∑ ∑ ∑ 3,052 2,725

6 6 Line Repairers * 1 at 11s., 1 at 10s., and 4 at 8s. 6d.

per diem ... ... ... %† ∑%† ∑∑%†861 799

32 30 Receivers of Mail Bags in Country Districts: *7 at £52, 2 at £50, 1 at £39, 2 at £26, 3 at £20, 7 at £15,

1 at £12, 6 at £10 per annum, and 1 Mail Receiver

and Telephone Attendant, Kurnalpi, £50 ... ... 842 950

67 69 6,143 5,650

To provide for increases to salaries of deserving officers in receipt of £160 per annum, and over that amount in accordance with the practice at time of transfer ... 1,700

1304 1399 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... ... 170,659 161,193

Subdivision;No. 3.

A l l o w a n c es.

Officers on Gold-fields * 10 at £40, 1 from 1st

January, 1902 ; and 257 at £30 per annum each ... ... 8,090 7,200

Tropical Allowances *2 at £60, 20 at £50, 46 at £40, and 1 at £30 per annum ... ... ... ... 2,990 2,950

Field Allowances *6 Relieving Officers at £40 per annum ... 240 240

Forage Allowances for Letter Carriers- *2 at £40 each, 1 at £24, and 1 at £18 per annum ... %†âˆ‘∑ ... 122 146

Forage Allowance for Messenger ... ... ∑∑∑ ... 24

Allowances *Native Assistant Linemen *2 at £50 per annum each, 1 at £45, 1 at £42, 2 at £40, and

19 at £30 per annum ... .. ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 837

797

12,303 11,333

Carried forward ... ∑∑∑ ... 1 182,962

172,526

F.4561.

130 Estimates o f Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued. 1901-2. '

D iv isio n No . 135. Other

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of

Approximate Annual Expenditure

. EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Transfer.

AUSTRALIA. £ £ ! £

Brought forward ... ... 182,962 172,526

Subdivision No. 4. C o n t in g en c ies .

Conveyance of Inland Mails ... ... ... ... 39,700 39,551 f

Conveyance of Foreign Mails ... ... ... ... 4,600 4,232f

Extra Clerical Assistance ... ... ... ... ... 650 1,157 f

Extra Labour ... ... ... ... ... ... 5,320 4,481 f

Gratuities to Shipmasters ... ... ... ... ... 800 795f

Transport ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,300 1,164+

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ... 1,100 1,126+

Repairs and Maintenance of Telegraph and Telephone Lines ... 5,620 6,004f

Linemen *s Equipments ... ... ... ... ... 750 707+

Forage for Line Horses ... ... ... ... ... 1,600 1,060+

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... 3,000 2,948f

Subsidies Coastal Steam Services ... ... ... ... 7,300 6,898+

Subsidies and Guarantees (Tasmanian Cable) ... ... ... 70 66+

Stationery and Printing* ... ... ... ... ... 5,500 5,500f

Fuel, Light, Water, and Sanitary| ... ... ... ... 2,750 2,750t

Removal of Telephone Exchange at Fremantle ... ... 1,000 1,016+

Removal of Telephone Exchange at Perth to new building ...

Amount payable to Adelaide Steamship Company Limited under 900

Clauses 18, 19, and 31 of Contract, for Customs Charges, &c., on Ships * Stores, and other Dues ... ... ... ... 2,700

Exchange on Remittances ... ... ... ... ... 800

Uniforms for Letter-Carriers, &c. ... ... ... ... 62

Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ... ... ... 50

85,572 79,455

Total Division No. 135 ... ... ... 268,534 251,981

* Hitherto paid from votes of other Departments, t Approximate actual expenditure 1900-1.

{ Hitherto partly paid from votes of other Departments.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 131 VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Number of , Persons.

2902-2.

Expenditure Approximate Annual D iv isio n No . 136. solely for the

Maintenance or

Other Continuance of Expenditure

CjJ

Expenditure.the Department as at Date of Transfer.

Trans- Transfer to the

fer.

ß

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA.

Commonwealth.

£ £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

H o ba r t .

1 1 Deputy Postmaster-General and Superintendent of

Telegraphs ... 500 500

1 1 Chief Clerk and Accountant 350 350

1 1 Chief Correspondence Clerk 180 145

2 2 Clerks *One at £65, and one at £15 ... 110 140

5 5 1,140 1,135

Mail Branch.

1 1 Clerk in Charge ... . 240 240

10 10 Clerks *One at £200, two at £180, two at £150, one at

£125, one at £110, one at £95, one at £85, and one

at £75 ... ... ... ... ... 1,350 1,315

11 11 1,590 1,555

1 1

Registered Letters, Parcels, Telegrams, &c. Clerk in charge ... ∑ 250 250

11 11 Clerks *One at £170, three at £150, one at £120, two

at £110, two at £100, one at £95, and one .at £75 ... 1,330 1,280

12 12 1,580 1,530

Telegraph Branch.

1 1 Inspector, also Superintendent Railway Telegraphs ... 193* 193* 1 1 Manager ... 300 300 1 1 Chief Operator ... ... 250 250 12 12 Operators *One at £190, one at £ 175, one at £170, oneat £165, three at £150, two at £125, three at £85 ... 1,655 1,630 2 2 Probationers, at £55 ... 110 ICO 1 1 Batteryman ... ... ... ... ... ... 110 11018 18 2,618 2,58310 Telephone Exchange. 10 Clerks *One at £120, six at £100, one at £70, two at £45 ... ... ... ... ... 880 8751 Money Order and Savings Bank Branch. 1 Superintendent ... 320 320 1 1 Cashier ... ... 230 230 12 12 Clerks *One at £200, one at £180, one at £150, one at£130, one at £110, two at £105, one at £95, one at £85, two at £75, one at £65 1,375 1,320 1 1 Messenger ... ... ... ... ... 90 8515 15 2,015 1,955Account and Stamp Branch. 1 1 Cashier ... ... 250 250 6 6 Clerks *One at £230, one at £170, two at £150, one at£100, one at £75 ... 875 855 1 1 Clerk and Stamper ... ... ... ... 125 If 08 8 1,250 1,22579 79 Carried forward ... ... 11,073 10,858* Half salary, paid also as Superintendent Railway Telegraphs.

132

Number of Persons.

*ë*¬ *â Date of Trans- 4 fer. $

79 79

1 1

1 1

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

24 24

3 5

16 18

48 52

1 1

21 21

1 1

14 14

2 2

1 1

4 5

1 1

17 17

10 12

72 75

55 54

26 26

18 20

56 56

155 156

201 208 !

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30th June, 1902.

y in .__T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t *continued. 190 $ -2 ,

D iv isio n N o . 136.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

H o ba r t .

Brought forward ... ∑∑∑

Returned Letter and Inquiry Branch. Clerk in charge ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ '''

Clerk ... ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑∑∑ ∑ %† %†

Office and Store Keeper* ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ "∑

Assistant ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerk ... ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Stamper ... ∑∑%† %†âˆ‘∑ %† %† ∑

Messenger ... ∑∑%† ∑∑%† ∑ ∑ ∑ " '

Letter Carriers, at rates varying from 2s. to 8s. pei diem Mail Guards, at 8s. per diem ... %†âˆ‘%† *∑∑

Telegraph Messengers, at £26 per annum ... ∑ ∑ %†

L a u n c est o n .

Postmaster ... ∑*∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ * *

Clerks *One at £200, one at £190, four at £180, one at £175, one at £160, three at £150, one at £140, four at £130, one at £120, one at £115, two at £65, one at £45 Chief Operator ... ∑%†%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ *'''

Operators *One at £230, five at £160, five at £150, one at £130, one at £85, one at £7o ...

Probationers, at £55 ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑%†

Batteryman ... %†%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑ ∑ * '''

Telephone Clerks *One at £120, one at £60, one at £o0, one at £45, and one at £30 ... ∑∑∑ %† ∑∑

Office Keeper and Messenger ... ∑∑∑ ∑''

Letter Carriers, at rates varying from 2s. 9d. to 7s. od. per diem ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ V

Telegraph Messengers, at £26 per annum ... %†âˆ‘∑

C o u n t r y St a f f Of f ic es.

Postmasters *One at £250, two at £220, one at £185, one at £160, three at £150, one at £140, two at£l32, one at £130, one at £122, three at £120, four at £116, one at £112, two at £110, one at £102, fourteen at £100, six at £90, five at £80, one at £75, two at £70, one at £60, one at £50 ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clerks *Two at £180, two at £170, two at £150, one at £145, one at £135, three at £125, two at £115, one at £95, two at £90, one at £85, one at £80, one at

£75, four at £65, two at £55, one at £45 ... _ ∑∑∑

Operators *One at £180, one at £170, two at £150, one at £145, two at £125, two at £115, one at £110, two

at £105, one at £100, two at £95, three at £90, one at £80, one at £65 ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑"

Assistants *One at £70, three at £60, two at £50, one at £42, ten at £40, one at £36, nine at £30, twenty-

seven at £20, one at £15, one at £10 ... ∑%†%†

Carried forward

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date of

Transfer.

£ £ i £

11,073 10,858

170 180

85 170

255 350

170 170

130 125

55 50

150 150

60 55

2,250 2,318

730 438

468 416

4,013 3,722

320

2,965 2,900

290 290

2,070 2,030

110 100

95 95

305 275

150 140

1,871 1,835

312 260

8,488 8,245

6,064 6,083f

2,815 2,695

2,300 2,005

... 1,663

1,642 f

f

12,842 12,425

... |

23,829 23,175

* With quarters, fuel, and light; also £26 for gumming stamps. t Approximate.

Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30 th June, 1902. 133

VIII. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued. 1902-2.

Persons. Expenditure

solely for the Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date o? Transfer.

As at Date of Transfer.

cl A 8

D iv isio n No . 136.

Other Expenditure. Maintenance or Continuance of

the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA.'

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

201 208 Brought forward ... ... 23,829 23,175

C o u n t r y St a f f Of f ic es. "

155 156 Brought forward ... ... 12,842 12,425

1

13

36 1 1 1

1

14

37 1 1 2

Clerk and Operator ... ... ... ...

Letter Carriers, at rates varying from 2s. 3d. to 7s. 6d. per diem ... ... ... ... ...

Messengers *Twenty at £26, seventeen at £20 ...

Operator *Probationer ,.. ... ... ...

Batteryman ... ... ... ... ...

Clerks- *Telephone, 1 at £65 ; 1 at £40 ... ...

160

1,126 860 40 125

105

160

1,070 834 50 50

40

208 212 15,258 14,629

To provide for increases to salaries of deserving officers in receipt of £160 per annum and over that amount, in accordance with the practice at time of transfer ... 504

259 268

O t h er Co u n t r y Of f ic es.

Postmasters and Operators *Two at £160, one at £120, two at £110, two at £100, five at £90, one at £80, one at £75, six at £70, Wo at £65, four at £60, three at £55, nine at £50, twelve at £45, ten at £40, three at

£35, twelve at £30, one at £26, eleven at £25, 21 at at £20, 52 at £15, 102 at £10, five at £5, one at £ 1

To provide for increase at rate of £20 per annum, from 1st January, 1902, to salary of Postmistress, Mount Read, allowance in lieu of rent to be discontinued from same date ... ... ... ...

6,822

10

6,486

6,832 6,486

1

1 1

Inspector ... ... ... ... ...

Relieving Officer ... ... ... ...

200 130 120

1 2 330 120

669 690 Total Sa l a r ies ... ... 46,753 44,410

Subdivision No. 2. C o n t in g en c ies .

Provision for New Offices to be Established, and small Increases of Salary not exceeding £10 ... ... ... ...

Payments to Railway Department for Services of Officials acting as Postmasters, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Miscellaneous Expenses *õ ... ... ... ... ...

Stationery and Stores f ... ..................... ... ...

Printing f ... ... ... ... ... ...

Printing and Gumming Stamps ... ... ... ...

Uniforms, Advertising ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses, Staff, and Incidental Expenses ... ...

...

200

1,000 850 1,350 2,200 1,125

950 475

137*

868* 526* 1,641* 2,400* 1,596* 597* 360*

8,150 8,125

Carried forward ... ... 46,753 44,410

Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1, * *I Hitherto paid from votes of other departments.

m Estimates of Expenditure for the Year ending 30/A June, 1902.

V III * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued. 190 i-2.

D iv isio n No . 136.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA * continued.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Approximate Annual Expenditure as at Date o!

Transfer.

£ £ £

Brought forward ... ... ... 46,753 44,410

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies *continued.

Brought forward ... ... 8,150 8,125

Cartage and Conveyance of Stores ... ... ... ...

Overtime ... ... ... ... ... ...

Exchange on Remittances ... ... .... ... ...

Allowances to Mail Guards when travelling ... ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ... ...

Subsidies for European and Intercolonial Telegraph Service ; Ship≠ ping Reports ; Cost of and working Low Head Station ...

Repairs and Maintenance of Telegraph and Telephone Lines and Instruments ... ... ... ... ... ...

Aerial Cable to renew Telephone Lines ... ... ...

Refund of Telephone Rental Fees ... ... ... ...

20

2,500 275 155 800

2,000

8,000 1,000 50

11*

1,893* 299* 94* 667*

1,870*

8,177* 1,004*

22,950 22,140

Subdivision No. 3.

C o n v ey a n c e o f M a il s, et c .

Clearing Pillar Letter Receivers and Conveyance of Inland Mails ... Conveyance of English, Intercolonial, and Foreign Mails ... ...

26,460 9,540

| 34,563*

36,000 34,563

Total Division No. 136 ... 105,703 101,113

To tal P o s tmas ter - G en er al *s D ep ar tmen t j

5,610 2,333,680 2 291139

2 ,3 3 9 ,2 9 0

Approximate actual expenditure, 1900-1

ARREARS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30t h JUNE, 1901.

A B S T R A C T .

* Total. Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of their Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

1. The Parliament ... ... ... ... 2,022 2,022

II. The Department of External Affairs ... ... 8,292 7,092 1,200

III. The Attorney-General *s Department ... ... 402 402

IV. The Department of Home Affairs ... ... 27,886 16,904 10,982

V. The Department of the Treasury ... ...1,238 1,238

VI. The Department of Trade and Customs^ ... 5,715 145 5,570

V II. The Department of Defence ... ... 141,575 1,918 139,657

V III. The Postmaster-General *s Department ... 124,89317 124,876

T o t a l Ar r ea r s .. . . ...312,023 29,738 282,285

. -,

∑:

'

%∫

Arrears for the Period ended 3Oth June, 1901. 137

L *THE PARLIAMENT.

D iv isio n N o . 137.

THE SENATE.

Other

Expenditure.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

Gratuity to Senator Dobson for services as Acting Chairman of Com≠

mittees from 13th to 27th June, 1901 ... ... ... ...

The Chairman of Committees, at £500 per annum, from 28th to 30th June, 1901 ... ... ... ... * ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... .

Total Division No. 137

D iv isio n N o . 138.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies .

Stores, Stationery, Books, and Typewriting Machines ... Expenses of Removal of Officers to Melbourne ... . .

D iv isio n N o . 139.

MISCELLANEOUS.

To pay a Member of the House of Representatives an allowance at the rate of £400 per annum from the 9th to 20th May, 1901, he not having been sworn in until the 21st May, 1901 ... ... ... ... ...

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

D iv isio n N o . 140.

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies.

One Parliamentary Reporter, at £500 per annum, from 16th June, 1901 ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

To enable five Sessional Typists to be paid at the rate of £4 10s. per week

instead of £18 per month ... ... ... ... ... ...

Total Division No. 140

£

30

5

35

96

131

700 150

*850

13

17

38

D iv isio n N o . 140a .

JOINT HOUSE COMMITTEE.

Subdivision No. I. * S a l a r ies.

One Lift Attendant, at £1 per week,' from 4th to 30th June, 1901 ...

One Housekeeper, at £25 per annum, from 1st to 30th June, 1901 ...

Subdivision No. 2 . * M isc e l l a ne o us .

Electric Lighting, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ...

Table Linen, Cutlery, Plated-ware, Crockery, Glassware, and Kitchen Utensils for the Refreshment Rooms ... ... ... .. ...

Total D iv isio n No. 140a

4 3

7

286

697

983

990

Total The Parliament 2 ,0 2 2

138 Arrears for the Period ended 30th Jane, 1901.

II. * THE DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.

D iv isio n N o . 141.

FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies.

One Clerk to the Federal Executive Council at £150, from 1st January, 1901 (re-vote) ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑ ""

One Clerk at £290, for four months (re-vote) ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co nt ing e nc ie s .

Official Printing, Stationery, Travelling, Telegrams, and other Incidental Ex≠ penditure for Governor-General ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 141

D iv isio n N o . 142.

ADMINISTRATIVE.

Subdivision No. 1 . *C o nt ing e nc ie s .

Stores and Stationery ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

Printing, including Binding ... ... ∑∑∑

Printing Commonwealth Gazette ... ...

D iv isio n 142 a .

ma il ser v ic e t o pa c if ic isl a n d s .

Subsidy towards Mail Service to New Hebrides, Banks, Santa Cruz, and Solomon Groups, at £3,600 per annum from 1st March, 1901 ... ... ∑∑∑

D iv isio n 143.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses in connexion with the opening of Parliament and the Royal

Reception, including expenses for the fitting up and preparing the Exhibition Building ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† ∑ *

Wreath *Funeral of Her Majesty Queen Victoria ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Department of External Affairs

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of Departments as

at the time of

their transfer to the Common≠ wealth.

£ £

75 97

172

1,000

1,172

146 65 186

*397

... 1,200

5,500 23

5,523

7,092 1,200

8,292

Re-vote £145

139 Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

III. *THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

D iv isio n N o . 144.

SECRETARY *S OFFICE.

Other

Expenditure.

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a bies.

One Chief Clerk and Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman at £500, from 1st June, 1901 ... ... ... .. ... ... ...

One Clerk at £80, from 17th June, 1901 ... ... ... .i.

One Messenger at £120, from 13th June, 1901 ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 145.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Honorarium to Mr. E. Carlile for services in connexion with the.Common≠ wealth Public Service Bill ... ... ... ... ...

Honorarium to Mr. *ó. P. Owen for services in' connexion with the Common≠ wealth Defence Bill ... ... ... ... ... ...

Honorarium to Mr. J. L. Watkins for services in connexion with Patents, Designs, and Trades Marks Bill ... ... ... ... ...

Honorarium to Mr. H. Pollock for services in connexion with Public Service Bill and Inter-State Commission Bill ... ... ... ...

Gratuities for services rendered to the Attorney-General *s Department by officers of the Postmaster-General *s Department, viz. : *-To W. R, Lemon ... ... ... ... £20

* R. Murphy ... ... ... ... 1

,, J. Roche ... ... ... ... ... 1

,, E. Balharry ... ... ... ... 1

£

42 4 6

52

105

42

105

75

23

350

402 Total A t t o r n ey -Gen er a l * s D epa r t men t

543

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. 141ª

IV. *THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

Total. Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £ £

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ... ... ... ... 394 394

ELECTORAL OFFICE ... ... ... ... 76 76

ELECTORAL ... ... ... ... ... 12,000 12,000

WORKS AND BUILDINGS ... * ... ... ...14,470 3,488 10,982

MISCELLANEOUS ... ... ... ... ... 946 946

27,886 16,904 10,982

142 Arrears for the Period ended 30 th June, 1001.

IV. *1THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

D iv isio n N o . 146.

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

Subdivision No. 1.

Sa l a r ies.

One Secretary to Minister at £400, for one month (re-vote)... ... ...

One Shorthand Writer and Clerk at £200, for one month (re-vote) ... ∑∑∑

One Messenger at £140, for one month (re-vote) ... ... ... -%†âˆ‘

One Officer borrowed from State of New South Wales at £900, for one month (re-vote) ... ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

One Caretaker ... ... ... ... .. .. ∑ ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2. C o n t in g en c ies.

Subsistence Allowances ...

Travelling Expenses ...

Stores, Stationery, and Printing Office-cleaners ... . .

Total Division No. 146

D iv isio n No. 147.

Subdivision No. 1. ELECTORAL OFFICE. Sa l a r ies.

One Acting Chief Electoral Officer at £600, from 4th to 30th June, 1901

Subdivision No. 2.

C o n t in g en c ies.

One Office-cleaner ...

Travelling Expenses... Stores and Stationery

Total Division No. 147

D iv isio n N o . 148.

ELECTORAL.

For the holding of the first Elections of the Parliament

Other

Expenditure.

£

34 17 12

75 6

144

20

175 50 5

250

394

42

2

29 3

34

76

12,000

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

Arrears for the Period ended 30 th Jane, 1901. 143

IV . *T h e D epa r t men t o f H o me A f f a ir s *continued.

Total.

D iv isio n No . 149.

Electric Lighting and Telephonic Communica-

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time, of

W o r k s a n d Bu il d in g s.

Rent, &c.Repairs and Maintenance. Fittings and Furniture. Other

Expenditure.

Subdivision No. 1. %† Transfer to the Commonwealth.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

£ £ £ £ £ £

External Affairs ... ... ... 189 189

Home Affairs ... ... ... 125 15 140

Trade and Customs ... ... 142 48 6 196

Post and Telegraph ... ... 12 84 19 115

Defence... ... ... ... 280 395 675

559 494 67 195 329 986

VICTORIA.

Parliament ... ... ... 192 771 3 966

External Affairs ... ... ... 1,950 100 2,050

Treasurer ... ... . ... 143 143

Trade and Customs ... ... 7 155 12 174

Post and Telegraph ... ... 166 374 540

Defence ... ... ... 2,732704 3,436

173 3,453 3,580 103 3,159 4,150

QUEENSLAND.

Trade and Customs ... ... 821 821

Post and Telegraph ... ... 230 344 574

Defence ... ... ... 3,693 3,693

230 4,858 5,088

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Trade and Customs ... ... 45 50 95

Defence ... ... ... ... 34 34

45 84 129

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Trade and Customs ... ... 5 5

Post and Telegraph ... ... 76 76

Defence ... ... ... ... 100 100

76 105 181

TASMANIA.

Trade and Customs ... ... 10 10

Post and Telegraph ... ... 418 418

Defence ... ... ... ... 20 20

438 10 448

Total Division No. 149 ... 1,083 9,432 3,647 308 3,488 10,982

D iv isio n N o . 150. * M isc e l l a ne o us . Fire Insurance of Parliament House .. 331

Conveyance of Members of Parliament and others 325

Gratuity to Crichett Walker, Esq., C.M.G., for services rendered as Chief Electoral Officer of the Commonwealth ... 150

Expenses of Electoral Conference .. 140 ...

Total Division No. 150 ...946 ...

16,904 10,982

Total Department of Home Affairs ... 27,886

Arrears for Period ended 8

V. *THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.

D iv isio n No . 151.

THE TREASURY.

Sa l a r ies.

One Messenger at £52, from 21st June, 1901 ...

D iv isio n No . 152.

GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

Wages ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Paper and Parchment ... ... ... ... ... ...

Bookbinders * Material, Stores, and Printing Ink ... ... ...

Type ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Printing ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Motive Power, Fuel, ind Light ... ... ... ... ...

Printing for the Parliament prior to 13tli May, 1901, being the liet cost to the Government Printing Office, Melbourne ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n No . 153.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses in connexion with Conference of Treasury and Audit Officers ... Expenses in connexion with the Conference between the Treasurer and the Representatives of certain Banks (re-vote) ... ... ... ...

Total D epa r t men t o f t h e Tr ea su r y

Other

Expenditure.

339 86 8 93 25

103

538

*1,192

25

19

Re-vote, £1,028.

547

Arrears jor the Period endecl ?A)th Jane, 1901. 145

VI. *THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

! I 1 Expenditure ! solely for the | Maintenance or | Other Continuance of ! Expenditure. | the Department as at the time of | Transfer to the | Commonwealth.£ 1 £MINISTER *S OFFICE ... ... .................. v. 48 *MISCELLANEOUS ... ... . ... ... ... 97 I *EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF * 1NEW SOUTH WALES ... . ... ... ... 1 ... 1 1,252VICTORIA ... ... ... . ... ... ... 1 ... j ' 730QUEENSLAND. ... ... . ................. ... ... 3,019SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... ... , .................................. ... *ì 72WESTERN AUSTRALIA ... ... ... ... ... i 410TASMANIA ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ' 57145 5,570£5,715 F.4501 K

146 Arrears for the Period ended 30th Jane, 1901.

VI. THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND CUSTOMS.

D iv isio n N o . 154.

M INISTER *S OFFICE.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or

Other Continuance of

Expenditure, the Department las at the Time of | Transfer to the " Commonwealth.

£ £

Stores, Fuel, Light, Water ...

Travelling and Incidental Expenses

D iv isio n N o . 155. MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses of Federal Patents Conference

Division No. 156.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1. * C o n t in g en c ies .

Incidental and Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ...

Repairs to Steam Launches ... ... ... ... ...

Protection of Revenue and Rewards ... ... ... ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... .. ...

Printing and Bookbinding ... ... ... ... ...

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 157.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

Subdivision No. 1. * C o n t in g en c ies .

Expenses *Protection of the Revenue ... ...

Stores, Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ...

Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... ... ...

Printing and Stationery ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Repairs to Launches ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. *Misc el l a n eo u s.

Gratuity of 9 months pay to Amelia C. Burgess, widow of Joseph Peter Burgess, late Collector of Customs, Mildura ... ...

Total Division No. 157 ...

D iv isio n No. 158.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND.

Subdivision No. 1.

Salaries ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies.

Protection of the Revenue and Excise Expenses ...

Temporary Assistance, Border Officers, and Expenses ... To meet increased cost of living at Outports and Stations Stores, Stationery, Printing ... ... ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 158

39 9

48

97

557 44 111 55 359 126

1,252

84

150 169 88 14

505

225

730

1,962

37

622 70 358

1,087

3,049

147 Arrears for the Period ended 30tk June, 1901.

V I. *T h e D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms *continued.

D iv isio n N o . 159.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Other

Expenditure.

£

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Expenses *Semaphore Customs 72

D iv isio n N o . 160.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA.

Sa l a r ies.

Subdivision No. 1,

2 Clerks ...

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Travelling Expenses ... ... ...

Occasional Assistance and Miscellaneous Expenses Forage, Quarters, Uniforms, Stores, and Stationery

3

25 21

49

Total Division No. 160

D iv isio n N o . 161.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1.

Salaries ... . , ... ... ... ...

Su bd iv isio n No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies.

Travelling and Incidental Expenses ... Postage and Telegrams ... ...

Stationery, Typewriters, and Printing

53

131 170

354

Total Division No. 161 410

145 5,570

T o t a l D epa r t men t o f Tr a d e a n d Cu st o ms.

5,715

,

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June , 1901. 149

551

VII. *THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

MISCELLANEOUS ... ...

THURSDAY ISLAND ... ...

KING GEORGE'S SOUND ...

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF *

NEW SOUTH WALES ...

VICTORIA ... ... ...

QUEENSLAND ... ...

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... ...

WESTERN AUSTRALIA ...

TASMANIA ... ... ...

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

1,918

9,665

2,810

29,880

21,907

50,461

9,191

8,228

7,515

1,918 139,657

141,575

150 Arrears for. the Period ended 80 th June, 1901.

VII. *THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

Other

Expenditure.

D iv isio n N o . 162.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Military and Naval Demonstrations in connexion with the opening of Parliament in Melbourne, and the Royal Reception in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane (re-vote) ... ... ...

Compensation to C. McCarthy in respect of fatal injuries to his wife caused by a trooper *s horse at the Royal Reception in Mel≠ bourne ... ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n No. 163.

THURSDAY ISLAND DEFENCES.

Proportion of the State of New South Wales ... ...

Proportion of the State of Victoria ... ... ...

Proportion of the State of Queensland ... ...

Proportion of the State of Western Australia ... ...

Tetal Division No. 163

D iv isio n N o . 164.

KING GEORGE *S SOUND DEFENCES.

Proportion of the State of New South Wales ... ...

Proportion of the State of Victoria ... ... ...

Proportion of the State of Queensland ... ...

Proportion of the State of Western Australia ... ...

Total Division No. 164

NEW SOUTH WALES NAVAL FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 165.

N a v a l Br ig a d e .

Subdivision No. 1. *C o n t in g en c ies.

Uniforms for Warrant Officers, Petty Officers, and A.B *s. Incidental Expenses ... ... ... . %† ∑

D iv isio n N o . 166.

V o l u n t eer N a v a l A r t il l er y .

Subdivision No. 1. *C o n t in g en c ies.

Expenses of Instruction and Clothing ...

Incidental Expenses ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 167.

T o r ped o D ef en c e .

Subdivision No. !. * C o n t in g en c ies.

Incidental Expenses and Maintenance of Boats ... General Repairs to Torpedo Boat shed .. ∑

T o t a l N a v a l Fo r c es

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

2,831 4,951 1,500 383

9,665

796

1,600 300 114

2,810

156 99

255

62 11

73

31

143

174

502

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. 151 VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued. Expenditure NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES. solely for the

Other Continuance of

D iv isio n No . 168.

Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of

M il it a r y Sec r et a r y .

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Subdivision No. 1. Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

£

7

Incidental Expenses, &c. ... ... ... ... ... 11

Total Division No. 168 ... 18

D iv isio n No . 169. H ea d -Qu a r t er s St a f f . C o n t in g en c ies.

8 Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n No . 170. O r d n a n c e Br a n c h .

Subdivision No. 1. Ray ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 119

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies . Rations ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... ... 5

Lodging Alloxvance ... ... ... ... ... 29

38

"General Stores (including Warlike Stores and Ammunition for Guns) 13,835

________ Total Division No. 170 ...

D iv isio n No . 171.

13,992

N ew So u t h W a l es Reg imen t , Ro y a l Au st r a l ia n Ar t il l er y .

Subdivision No. 1 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Forage Allowance, 100 Field Battery Horses ... . ... ... 127

Uniforms .... ... ... ∑... ... ...

Free. Rations : Bread, Meat, Groceries, and Vegetables, at lOd. per ... 487

ration ... ... ... ... ... ... 335

Fuel and Light under Allowance Regulations ... ... ... 130

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses for Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and Men 155

on Duty ... ... ... ... ... ... 42

Guard Boat Service ... ... ... ... ...

Removing and Mounting, Examination, and Cleaning, dzc., of 150

Ordnance and Munitions of War ... ... ... ... 10

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ... ... ... 20

Purchase of Tools, &c., Artillery Workshops ... ... ... 22

Stipend Allowance to Ministers of various Denominations ... 36

Medical Attendance at out stations ... ... ... ... 2

Subdivision No. 2. 1,516

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 72

Total Division No. 171 ... 1,588

D iv isio n No . 172. E n g in eer s.

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Staff Office for Engineer Services.

Coxswains for Submarine Mining Steamers ... .. ... 2

Engine-drivers for Submarine Mining Steamers ... ... ... ... 3

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies .

5

Stores for Instructional Purposes for Nos. 1 and 2 Field Companies... 2

Stores for Instructional Purposes for No. 3 Submarine Mining Com-pany ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1

Stores for Instructional Purposes for No. 4 Electric Company ... Stores and Incidental Expenses for Submarine Mining Steamers and 20 Boats ... ... ... ... ... ... 59

82

Total Division No. 172 ... 87

Carried forward ... ... %† ∑ %† 15,693

152 Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901.

V II. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward ...

D iv isio n N o . 173.

Subma r ine M ine r s.

Subdivision No. 1. *C o nt ing e nc ie s

Allowance for Uniform, &c. ... ...

Free Rations, Fuel, and Light ...

D iv isio n N o . 174.

P e r ma ne nt A r my M e dic a l Co r ps.

Subdivision No. I.- *C o nt ing e nc ie s

Maintenance and Renewal of Ambulance Equipment Uniform for the Corps and Kits ... ...

Rations, Fuel, and Light ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 175.

P er ma n en t A r my Ser v ic e Co r ps.

Subdivision No. 1 . * C o n t in g en c ies.

U niform and K its for Corps ... ... ... .

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... .

Forage for Garrison Horses ... ... ... .

D iv isio n N o . 176.

B a r r a c k Sec t io n (Per ma n en t A r my Ser v ic e Co r ps).

Subdivision No. 1 . * Co n t in g en c ies.

Bed-making by Contract ... ... ... ... .,

Washing Barrack and H ospital Bedding and Clothing ... .,

Working Pay, Airing, Shaking, and Repairing Blankets ... ..

D iv isio n N o . 177.

L a n c er s R eg imen t .

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ..

D iv isio n N o . 178.

1st A u st r a l ia n H o r se.

Subdivision No. 1

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies.

Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. ... ... ...

Total Division No. *ì78 ...

Other

Expenditur

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or .Continuance of the Department e∑ as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

15,693

24G 39

285

8

107

... 12

127

9 6

16

31

5 6 8

19

628

472

62

...

I

534

... 1 17,317 Carried forward

A rrears for the Period ended SOtk June, 1901. 153

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES -continued.

Other Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

Brought forward ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n No. 179. M o u n t ed Rif l es R-eg imen t .

Subdivision No. 1. Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

£ £

17,317

860

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Allowance towards keeping Regimental Band Horses ... ...

Forage Allowance... ... ... ... ... ...

Stable Allowance ... ... ... ... ... ...

Rent and Cleaning Regimental Offices ... ... ...

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ... ... ...

88 42 17 6

39

192

Total Division No. 179 ... . . . 1,052

D iv isio n No. 180.

N ew So u t h W a l es Ar t il l er y . *P a r t ia l l y -pa id .

Subdivision No. 1. . Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 629

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Extra Duty Pay to Artillery Instructors ... ... ... 8

Total Division No. 180 ... 637

D iv isio n No . 181. C o r ps o f En g in eer s.

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 30

D iv isio n N o . 182.

E n g in eer s. *Nos. 1 a n d 2 Fiel d Co mpa n ies.

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Horse Hire for Carts and Waggons ... ... ... ...

455 9

D iv isio n No . 183.

464

Su bma r in e M in er s. *No. 3 C o mpa n y . Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 124

D iv isio n N o . 184.

No. 4. Co mpa n y . * E l ec t r ic ia n s.

Pay . . . ... . . . ... . . . . . . ... 461

D iv isio n N o . 185.

In f a n t r y R eg imen t s .

Subdivision No. 1. * S a l a r ies. .

Infantry * 1st Regiment *Pay ... ... ... ...

55 2nd ,j , , . . . ... ... ...

55 3rd 5 5 55 . . . . . . . . . . . .

55 4 th 5 5 5 5 . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,468 1,195 898 1,185

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. 4,746

Infantry, 1st Regiment * Capitation Allowance for Uniform, &c. . . . 50

Total Division No. 185 . . . 4,796

Carried forward . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,881

154 Arrears for the Period ended 30th Jane, 1901.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward

Other

Expenditure.

£

\ Expenditure solely for the ! Maintenance or Continuance of | the Department * as at the Time of j Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

£ 24,881

D iv isio n N o . 186.

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.

Pay ... ... ... ... ...

Division No. 187.

ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

Pay ..........................................................................

D iv isio n N o . 1 8 8 .

PARTIALLY-PAID FORCES.

Subdivision No. 1. * Gen er a l C o n t in g en c ies .

Freight and Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses * Officers and Non-commissioned Officers on duty Rent of Small Armouries for Country Corps and Cleaning Spare Arms Maintenance of Telephones ... ... ... ...

Railway Passes for Camps, Shooting Purposes, Military Instruction, &c. Postage and Office Allowance to Companies of Regiments ...

Allowance to extra Markers for Musketry ... ... ...

Deferred Pay to Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and others after ten and fifteen years * satisfactory service ... ...

To meet Expenses in connexion with Medical Examination, &c., of Recruits ... ... ... ... ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Local Camps for a Short Course of

Continuous Training ... ... ... ... ...

Musketry Prizes .... ... ... ... ... . . . .

Supply of Gas in Military Buildings ... ... ... ...

Compensation to Lieutenant E. P. McDonnell, A.M.C., for injuries received on duty ... ... ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 189. ...

6 t h REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (AUSTRALIAN

RIFLES). C o n t in g en c ies.

Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance in lieu of Quarters ... ... , ... ...

Uniform Allowance *Non-commissioned Officers ... ...

D iv isio n No. 190. . .

VOLUNTEER GENERAL CONTINGENCIES. Subdivision No. 1.

Freight and Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses *Officers and Non-commissioned Officers on duty Railway Passes for Shooting Purposes, &c. ... ... ...

Allowance to extra Markers for Musketry ... ... ...

Hire of Drill Halls ... ... ... ... ...

Allowance for extra Instructors ... ... ... ...

Musketry Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ...

Incidentals and Medical Examination of Reservists ... ...

Expenses in connexion with Local Camps for Short Course of Con- j tiuuous Training ... ... ... ... ..

461

Carried forward 28,419

Arrears for the Period ended 30 th June, 1901. 155

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

NEW SOUTH WALES MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward

D iv isio n N o . 191.

M isc el l a n eo u s Ser v ic es .

National Rifle Association of New South Wales : Grant in aid of ... Northern Rifle Association : Grant in aid of ... ... ..,

Southern Rifle Association : Grant in aid of ... ... ...

South Coast Rifle Association : Grant in aid of ... ... ...

Passes for Competitors, Rifle Association Meetings ... ...

Permanent Cavalry and Infantry ... ... ... ...

Stores, Stationery, and Printing *Military Forces generally ...

Total New South Wales Military Forces ...

T o t a l N ew So u t h W a l es N a v a l a n d M il it a r y F o r c es

VICTORIAN NAVAL FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 192.

" Per ma n en t F o r c e .

Subdivision No. 1. * Sa l a r ies .

Officers ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies .

Provisions ... ... ...

JFuel, Light, and Water ... ...

Repairs to Machinery and Hulls ...

Docking... ... ... ...

Stores ... ... ... ...

Incidentals ... ... ...

Total Division No. 192

D iv isio n N o . 193.

N a v a l B r ig a d e .

Pay ... ... ... .%†âˆ‘

Total Victorian Naval Forces

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 1 9 4 .

P a y a n d St o r es B r a n c h .

C o n t in g en c ies .

Stationery, Travelling Expenses, and Incidentals

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Com monwealth.

£ £

28,419

6

82

125 1 44 43 658

959

29,378

1 29,880

190

255 63 34 96 75 29

552

742

367

1,109

147

147

Carried forward

156 Arrears for the Period ended 30/7/ June, 1901.

VII. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward ... ... ∑∑∑

B iv isio n N o . 195.

C a d et Co bps.

Subdivision No. 1 . * C o n t in g en c ies.

Incidentals and Band Allowance ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘

Rail Charges on Ammunition, &c. ... ... ∑∑∑

D iv isio n N o . 196.

M o u n t ed R if l es.

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Rail Charges on Ammunition, &c. ...

Hire of Rooms for Storage of Arms, &c. Corps Expenses * Inspection by Major-General Commanding Incidentals ... %†âˆ‘∑ %†âˆ‘∑

D iv isio n N o . 197.

V ic t o r ia n Ra n g er s.

Subdivision No. 1 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Capitation and Effective Allowance ... ...

Rail Charges on Ammunition, &c. ... ...

Cleaning, Lighting, and Rent of Drill Rooms, &c.

D iv isio n N o . 198.

S c o t t ish R eg imen t .

C o n t in g en c ies.

Incidentals ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

D iv isio n N o . 199.

R if l e Cl u bs.

To increase salary of G. Sharp, clerk, 5th class, to £90 per annum, from 1st March, 1901 ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Inspection of Ranges, &c. ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑

D iv isio n N o . 200. M isc el l a n eo u s.

Compensation as recommended by Board of Inquiry to member injured on duty ... %†%†%† %†%†%† ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Competitions in Gunnery, Field Firing, Marching, and Tent Pitching Gratuity for Special work (M. Ford) ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑

Gratuity for Special work (J. K. Jensen) ... ... %†%†âˆ‘

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

147

%† .. . 9

14

"

12 11

25 28

76

1,695 10 157

1,862

14

4

356

360

100 192 20 10

322

2,795 Carried forward

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. 157

Y I I . * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 201.

H ea d -q u a r t er s St a f f .

C o n t in g en c ies.

Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 202.

P er ma n en t St a f f M il it ia .

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Uniforms, Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers ... Travelling Expenses and Incidentals ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 203.

V ic t o r ia R eg imen t , Ro y a l A u st r a l ia n A r t il l er y .

Subdivision No. 1 . * Co n t in g en c ies .

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ∑ %† ∑

Incidentals ... ... ... ... ...

Clothing ... ... ... ... ...

Rations ... ... ... ... ...

Stores ... ... ... ... ... ...

Allowances to Officers attached for Instruction... ...

D iv isio n N o . 204. ∑

P er ma n en t Sec t io n , Vic t o r ia n En g in eer s .

Subdivision No. 1. * C o n t in g en c ies.

Clothing... ... .. ... ... ∑∑

Fuel, Stores, &c. ... ... ... ... ∑∑

D iv isio n N o . 205.

M il it ia .

Subdivision No. 1. Pay ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies.

Forage Allowance and Horsing Guns ... Incidentals ... ... ...

Total Division No. 205

Other

Expenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

*

£

2,795

92

23 1

24

2

42 53

242 295 28

662

102

... 36

138

15,400

933

... 215

1,148

... 16,548

Carried forward

20,259

158 Arrears for the Period ended 30 tk June, 1901.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Other

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance,or Continuance of

VICTORIAN M ILITARY FORCES * continued. Expenditur 2- the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

£ £

Brought forward ... ... ... ... ... - ∑∑ 20,259

D iv isio n N o . 206. O r d n a n c e Br a n c h .

Warlike Stores, &o. ... ... ... ... ... 213

Great Coats, Accoutrements, Helmets, Repairs, Equipments, &c. ... 71

Railway Transport ... ... ... ... ... 112

396

D iv isio n No . 207. E n c a mpmen t s, et c .

Expenses in connexion with Easter Encampment ... ... 72

Expenses in connexion with Special Class of Instruction, S. *ú. M. Coy. 71

143

Total Victorian Military Forces ... | 20,798

T o t a l Vic t o r ia n Na v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es ...

21,907

QUEENSLAND NAVAL FORCES.

D iv isio n No . 208. P er ma n en t St a f f .

Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 13

D iv isio n No . 209. W a r Vessel s.

Subdivision No. 1 .- *C o n t in g en c ies . Rations, Coal, Ship Chandlery, Stores, Extra Labour for Cruise, 500 Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... ...

Maintenance and Repairs, H.M.S. Paluma ... ... ... ... 30

530

D iv isio n No . 210. N a v a l Br ig a d e (Sea men ).

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies. Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2,250

Deferred Pay ... ... ... ... ... ... 250

Cadet Officers ... ... ... ... ... ... 97

Reserve of Supernumeraries ... ... ... ... 13

2,610

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies . Camps of Instruction ... ... ... ... ... 290

Uniform and Accoutrements ... ... ... ... 596

Prizes for Shooting ... ... ... ... ... 191

Band, Naval Head-quarters ... ... ... ... 39

Travelling Expenses and Incidental Expenses ... ... ... 146

Extra Training Cruises ... ... ... ... ... ... 600

1,862

Total Division No. 210 ... ... 4,472

Total Queensland Naval Forces ... 5,015

Arrears for the Period ended 30th Jane, 1901. 159

N IL Tm: D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Expenditure

Other

solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of

Expenditure. tne Department

Q U EEN SLA N D M ILITA RY FORCES.

£

as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

D iv isio n N o . 211. .

P er ma n en t St a f f .

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies.

D istrict Staff ... ... ... ... ... ... 150

Regimental Instruction Staff ... ... ... ... 15

Subdivision No. 2 . * C o n t in g en c ies.

Forage and Lodging Allowances . ... ... ... ...

165

20

U niform and Clothing for all Instructors ... ... ... TO

Total Division No. 211 ...

30

1 9 5

D iv isio n No. 212.

Q u een sl a n d R eg imen t , Ro y a l A u st r a l ia n A r t il l er y .

C o n t in g en c ies.

Rations, Fuel, Forage, &c. ... ... ... ... ... 4 71

D iv isio n No. 213.

F iel d A r t il l er y D epo t .

C o n t in g en c ies,

Rations, Clothing, &c. ... ... ... ... ... 2 2

D iv isio n N o . 214.

Su bma r in e M in er s, Ro y a l A u st r a l ia n A r t il l er y .

C o n t in g en c ies.

Rations, Clothing, Fuel, &c. ... ... ... ... 5 0

D iv isio n N o . 215.

A n n u a l D r il l a n d Tr a in in g .

Subdivision No. 1 . * S a l a r ies.

General Staff ... ... ... ... ... ... 63

A rtillery ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,400

Subdivision No. 2 . * Co n t in g en c ies. V eterinary A ttendance ... ... ... ... ...

1,463

50

H orse A llow ance... ... ... ... ... ... 73

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ... ... 175

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 90

Uniform Allowances ... ... ... ... ... 485

Forage Allowances ... ... ... ... ... 40

Command Allowances ... ... ... ... ... 10

Allowance for Four Orderly-room Sergeants ... ... ... 9

Total Division No. 215 ...

932

2,395

Carried forward ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 3,133

160 Arrears for the Period ended 30 tli June, 1901.

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of * the Department

as at the Time of QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Other Expenditur

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

Brought forward ... ... ... ... 3,133

D iv isio n No . 216.

B r isba n e Co mpa n y o f Su bma r in e M in er s.

Subdivision No. 1. Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 288

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ... ... 16

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 7

Uniform Allowances ... ... ... ... ... 83

106

Total Division No. 216 ... 394

D iv isio n No . 217.

Q u een sl a n d M o u n t ed In f a n t r y .

Subdivision No. 1.

Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3,500

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies .

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ... ... 375

Band Allowances (4), at £50 ... ... ... ... 100

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 228

Uniform and Saddlery Allowances ... ... ... ... 2,400

Horse and Forage ... ... ... ... .... 3,300

Command ... ... ... ... ... ... j 128

6,531

Total Division No. 217 ... 10,031

D iv isio n N o . 218.

I n f a n t r y .

Subdivision No. 1.

Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7,750

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 900

Prizes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... I 474

Uniform Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 2,450

Forage ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 140

Bands (4) ; 1 at £50, 3 at £30 ... ... ... ... .... 110

Command Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 175

Allowances for 32 Orderly-room Sergeants, at £12 ... ... j ... 200

4,449

Total Division No. 218 ( ...

I I

12,199

Carried forward ... ... ' ... ... ... j 25,757

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. 161

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES -continued.

Brought forward ... .

D iv isio n N o . 219.

A r my M ed ic a l Co r ps.

Subdivision No. 1. Salaries ... ... ... ... .,

Subdivision No. 2 * Co n t in g en c ies .

Corps Contingent Allowance ... ..

Uniform Allowance ... ... ..

Forage Allowance ... ... ..

Command Allowance ... ... ..

Allowance for 4 Orderly-room Sergeants, at £12

Total Division No. 219

D iv isio n No. 220.

M isc el l a n eo u s.

Medical, Veterinary, and Unattached Officers, and Men on Special Duty (including Staff Pay) ... ... ... ...

Forage Allowance for Special Duty ... ... .., ...

D iv isio n N o . 221. V o l u n t eer Co r ps,

C o n t in g en c ies.

Capitation and Prizes ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 222.

C a d et Co r ps.

C o n t in g en c ies.

Capitation ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 223.

R if l e Cl u bs a nd In st r u c t io n a l St a f f .

C o n t in g en c ies .

Capitation ... ... ... ... ...

Temporary Assistance, Office Cleaning, and Incidentals ...

Carried forward ... ´--

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solety for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

25,757

650

68

185 100 16

. . . 20

389

* 1,039

50 75

125

*

2,200

1,080

2,000

. . . 250

2,250

32,451

F.4561. L

162 Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901.

V II. *T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Other

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of

QUEENSLAND MILITARY FORCES * continued. Expenditure. the Department as at the Time of

£

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£

Brought forward ... ∑∑∑ *∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘

32,451

D iv isio n No . 224. G en er a l Co n t in g en c ies.

Subdivision No. 1. 665

Stationery and Printing ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ "∑ 875

Stores and Equipment ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ 4,500

Camp Equipage ... ... ... %†%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘%† 900

Medical and Surgical Equipment ... ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ 61

Loss on Sale of Ammunition ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑1,950

1,700 Artillery and Submarine Mining Stores and Ammunition... ... Small Arms Ammunition ... ... ∑∑%† %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ 150

Rent of Offices, Stores, &c. ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 45

Wages for Storemen, Armourers, &c. ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑150

Travelling Expenses (including Fares) ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 1,135

Camp and -Classes of Instruction ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 155

Instruction with Imperial Army ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ 30

Military Adviser (London) ... ... %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑%† 440

Passages *Imperial Officers and Instructors ... %†âˆ‘∑ %†âˆ‘∑ 95

Caretakers, Rifle Ranges, Drill Sheds, &c. ... ∑∑∑ %†%†%†144

Incidentals ... ... ∑ %† %† %†âˆ‘∑ ∑∑∑ ∑ %† ∑

Total Queensland Military Forces ...

12,995

45,446

Total Q u een sl a n d N a v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es .... 50,461

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NAVAL FORCES.

D iv isio n N o , 225.

G en er a l Co n t in g en c ies.

1,381 Ammunition .... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES.

D iv isio n N o . 226. A c t iv e a n d R eser v e Fo r c es.

Subdivision No. 1. Pay ... ......................................................... - "%†âˆ‘ -

5,533

Subdivision No. 2. * C o n t in g en c ies. .

800 677 44

Horse Allowance ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Clothing and Equipment ... ... -∑%† ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Hire of Horses and Transport ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ . ∑∑∑

Fuel, Light, Repairs to Stores, Travelling Expenses, and Sundries ... Telegrams, Rent of Telephones, Printing, Stationery, Postage Stamps, 93 and Water ... ... ∑%†âˆ‘ ∑-∑ ∑∑∑ %† %† ∑

654

Overcoats, Equipment, and Stores ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Total Division No. 226... ...

2,277

7,810

Total S o u t h A u st r a l ia n N a v a l a n d M il it a r y Fo r c es ...

9,191

Arrears for the Period ended 307/z June, 1901. 1(33

VII. * T h e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e *continued.

Other

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or

Continuance of

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN M ILITARY FORCES. Expenditure. the Department is at the Time of

D iv isio n No . 227.

Transfer to the Commonw ealth.

Subdivision No. 1 . *C o n t in g en c ies. £ £

Transport ... ... ... ... .. ... 33

Allowances to Caretakers of Armouries and Drill Halls ... ... 60

Extra Labour ... ... ... ... ... 16

Capitation Allowance ... ... ... ... ... 2,919

Rifle Meeting, Annual, Karrakatta ... ... ... ... 73

Prizes, Gunnery and Musketry ... ... ... ... 176

Supply and Conversion of Rifles, and Maintenance ... ... 321

Stationery, allowance to Volunteer Corps ... ... ... 87

Maintenance of Field Guns... ... ... ... ... 5

Head-quarters Band, Maintenance and Incidental Expenses ... 2

Band Allowance to Volunteer Corps ... ... ... ... 110

Drill Instruction of Corps and care of Arms ... ... ... 112

Ammunition for Field Guns... ... ... ... ... 1,192

Horse Hire *Artillery Guns and other Parade Purposes ... ...

Harness, Saddlery, and Maintenance for Mounted Infantry and 83

Artillery ... ... ... ... ... ... 494

Small Arms Ammunition ... ... ... ... ... 333

Paid Parades and Annual Encampment ... ... ... 343

Incidentals, Rail Fares, and Travelling Expenses ... ... 503

Accoutrements ... ... ... ... ... ... 537

Lighting, Water Supply, and Maintenance of Drill Halls ... ... 542

Postages, Telegrams, and Telephone Rent ... ... ... 127

Stationery, Typewriters, &c __ ... ... ... ... 96

Bandsmen ... __ ___ ... ___ ... 64

Total W est er n Au st r a l ia n Mil it a r y Fo r c es ... 8,228

TASMAN AN MILITARY FORCES. D iv isio n No . 228. H ea d -q u a r t er s St a f f . Subdivision No. 1. Salaries ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies. Allowances for Horse Hire ... ... . ... 2

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... ... ... 17

19

Total Division No. 228 ... ... 2(3

D iv isio n No . 229. P er ma n en t Fo r c es.

Subdivision No. 1. Salaries ... ... ... .∑∑ ... ∑∑∑ ... 115

Subdivision No. 2 *Co n t in g en c ies. Clothing, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ 83

Total Division No. 229 ... 198

D iv isio n No . 230. Mounted Infantry ... ... ... ... ... ...

54

D iv isio n No . 231. In f a n t r y Reg imen t .

10

Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

D iv isio n No .232. C a d et Co r ps.

Clothing and Ammunition ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ()/

D iv isio n N o . 233.

Camps of Exercise .. ... ∑∑ r %† %†âˆ‘∑

Carried forward... .. ∑ - ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

J 356

1-2 " "

164 Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901.

V II. * Th e D epa r t men t o f D ef en c e * ∑ continued.

TASMANIAN MILITARY FORCES * continued.

Brought forward

D iv isio n N o . 234.

G en er a l Co n t in g en c ies .

Subdivision No. 1.

Cartage, Temporary Assistance, and I ncidentals... Stationery, Stores, Advertising, &c. ... ... Fuel and Lighting *Drill Yards ... ...

Hire of Drill Halls ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 235.

O r d n a n c e St o r es Br a n c h .

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Stationery and Stores ... ... ...

Cartage and Incidentals ... ... ...

D iv isio n N o . 236.

M isc el l a n eo u s.

New Rifles (amount provided in State Appropriation Act, re-voted). Great Coats (amount provided in State Appropriation Act, re-voted). Railway Charges ... ... ... ... ... .

T o t a l Ta sma n ia n M il it a r y Fo r c es

Other

Expenditure

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or

Continuance of the Department as at the Time of Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

356

14 30 60

... 150

254

3 4

7

5,625 1,060 213

6,898

7,515

1,918 139,657 ---------------------- '

Total Department of Defence 141,575

567

Arrears for the Period ended 80th June, 1901. 165

VIII. *THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

Other Expenditure,

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

MISCELLANEOUS .. .... ... ... ... 17

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF *

NEW SOUTH WALES... ... ... ... ... 43,911

VICTORIA ... ... ... ... ... ... 25,139

QUEENSLAND ... ... ... ... ... 29,112

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ... ... ... ... 16,766

WESTERN AUSTRALIA ... ... ... ... 1,764

TASMANIA ... .. .. ... ... ... 8,184

17 124,876

124,898

..

166 Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901.

VIII.∑ *THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL *S DEPARTMENT.

D iv isio n N o . 237.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Expenses of Postal Conference ...

D iv isio n N o . 238.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

Subdivision No. 1. * Co n t in g en c ies.

Fuel and Light for City, Suburban, and Country Offices ... ... Forage Allowances to Letter Carriers, Line Repairers, and Messengers, and Horse Equipment ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑

Overtime to expedite the Sorting and Delivery of British and Foreign Mails and of Newspapers ; and to Officials working on Sundays ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ∑∑∑ %†âˆ‘∑

Uniforms for Letter Carriers, Mail Guards, and Messengers ... Travelling Expenses *Inspectors and Relieving Officers ... ... Working Expenses *Electric Telegraph ... ... ...

Repairs to Telegraph Lines ... ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Incidental and Unforeseen Expenses ... ... ... ...

Fuel, Gas, Water, Carbons, and Globes (Electric Light) ... ... Remuneration to Railway Department for performing Postal and Public Telegraph Business ... ... ∑ ∑∑%† %†%†%†

Country Post Offices *Allowances to Official Postmasters and Tele≠ graph Masters, for keeping their offices clean; to provide light for office purposes ; for porterage of mails; and for attending to and winding turret clocks ... ... ... ∑ ∑ ∑∑%†

Erection of Telegraph Lines ... ... ... ∑∑∑

Subdivision No. 2. * Co n v ey a n c e o f M a il s. Inland, including Porterage ... ... ∑∑%† ∑∑∑

Amount to be paid to Railway Department for the Conveyance of Mails Gratuities to Ships * Mails, Foreign and Coastwise ... ...

Subdivision No. 3. * Misc el l a n eo u s Ser v ic es. To meet deficiency caused by Robbery at the Rock Post Office (£3 15s. 7d.) Water Supply and Sewerage Charges ... ... ... ...

Printing, Bookbinding, &c. ... ... ... ∑∑∑ ...

Subdivision No. 4. * Sa l a r ies. To pay Increments on Salaries affected by the Public Service Regu≠ lations of the State of New South Wales, dated 31st December, 1900, on the same basis as such increments would have been pro≠

vided for had the officers remained in the service of the State ...

Total Division No. 238 ...

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

17

1,095

31

682

1,732 813 2,148 1,938

246 170

372

190 49

9,466

26,122 596 1,332

28 050

4

199

3,546

3,749

2,646

43,911

Arrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901. 167

V I I I * T h e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued,

D iv isio n N o . 239.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA.

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ J?

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies.

General Division ... ... ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies.

Allowances to Country Postmasters, including commission for con≠ ducting Telegraph business ; also payments to Victorian Railway Department for performance of Postal Duties... ... ...

Overtime and Gratuities to Officers and others when unavoidably employed at night under special circumstances ... ...

Police Constables' Allowances ... ... ... ...

Temporary Assistance, and to provide for the absence of Officers through sickness and when on leave ... ... ...

Contributions towards the Maintenance of Telegraph Stations at Gabo Island and Flinders ... ... ... ... ...

Purchase, Hire, and Forage of Horses in connexion with Maintenance of Lines ... ... ... ... ... ...

Telegraph instruments, Battery Materials, Tools, &c. ... ...

Clothing for Railway Mail Sorters, Letter Carriers, Telegraph Messengers, &c__ ... ... ... ... ...

Stores, Stationery, Mail Bags, Ironmongery, Safes, Seals, and Stamps, also Books, Printing, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses (including payment to the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company for Carriage of Letter Carriers and

Telegraph Messengers, and to Victorian Railways for Payment of Railway Fares for Officers whilst travelling on duty) ...

Fuel, Light, and Water ... ... ... ... ...

Charwomen and cleaning at Country Stations ... .. ...

Carriage of Stores, Insurance Premiums on extra guarantees, Inci≠ dentals, &c. ... ... ... ... ...

Subdivision No. 3 . *T el eg r a ph Lin es.

No. 1. Extensions, Repairs and Alterations, Renewing Poles, Trans≠ ferring Lines to routes of new Railways, including Wire, Insulators, and Fittings for Telegraph Poles and Telegraph Materials for Stock; also Maintenance of Telephone Lines for various Departments, and Renewing and Re-painting Poles ... ... ... ... ... ...

No. 2. Telephone Exchanges, Telephones, Battery Materials, Cables, Wire, Poles, &c. ... ... ... ...

10,531

10 8

92

146

61 90

135

520

555 805 10

146

13,109

530

2,470

Subdivision No. 4. * Ma il Ser v ic e.

No. 1. Conveyance of Inland Mails *%† Contractors, Special Conveyance of Mails, Purchase, and Forage of Horses for Clearance of Letter Pillars, and Conveyance of Mails to Railway Stations, &c. ,.. 2. Foreign Mails ... ... ... ... ...

3. Gratuities to Masters of Vessels ... ... ...

Total Division No. 239 ...

3,000

6,400 1,531 1,049

8,980

25,139

168 A rrears for the Period ended 30th June, 1901.

VIII. *Th e Po st ma st er -G en er a l 's D epa r t men t *continued.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department

Other

Expenditure

D iv isio n No . 240 as at the Time of Transfer to the

Commonwealth.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND. £ £

Subdivision No. 1 . *S a l a r ies ... ... ... ... 3,599

Subdivision No. 2 . *C o n t in g en c ies .

Assistance at Post and Telegraph Offices, and Allowances to Officers of Marine Department for Post and Telegraph Services ... . . . 96

Temporary Assistance ... ... ... ... ... " ∑ t 102

Temporary Letter Carriers ... ... ... ... ... ... 169

367

Subdivision No. 3 *Ma il s.

Conveyance of Inland Mails, and Landing and Shipping Mails ... Conveyance of Mails coastwise ... ... ... ...

11,155 250

Conveyance of Mails vld Adelaide, San Francisco, and Vancouver; also Transit Charges ... ... ... ... ... 4,095

Gratuities to Masters of Vessels for Conveyance of Mails... ... 470

15,970

Subdivision No. 4 . *Misc el l a n eo u s Ser v ic es.

Allowances to Country Postmasters and Receiving Officers ... Instruments, Batteries, Material, &c. ... ... ... ...

Maintenance and Repair of Telegraph Lines ... ... . .

Maintenance and Repair of Telephone Lines and Instruments ... Overtime Allowances, Bicycles, Typewriters, Uniforms, Horse Feed,

1,453 308 1,281 115

994 and Incidentals ... ... ... ... ... ...

Bags and Baskets ... ... ... ... ... ... 11

Fuel, Light∑, and Water ... ... ... ... ... 303

Travelling Expenses ... ... . . ... ... 331

Forage Allowances ... ... .,, ... ,.. 153

Labourers for Protection of Telegraph Stations ... ... ... 24

Allowances to cover extra Cost of Provisions as per Regulations ... 104

Stores and Stationery ... ... ... . ... ... 158

Guarantee Cable to New Caledonia ... ... ... ... 1,000

Advertising ... .,. ,.. ... ... ...

Printing and Bookbinding ... ... ... ... .,.

Proportion of Loss on New Zealand Cable Business, and Proportion

94

2,136

711 on account of Victoria-Tasmania Subsidy ... ∑ ... ... '∑∑

... 9,176

Total Division No. 240 ... 29,112

169 Arrears for the Period ended *iOth June, 1901.

VIII. * T h e P o st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

D iv isio n No . 241.

ID; .. %† .

lain -

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Subdivision No. 1. *-S a l a r ies.

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies.

P o st a l Br a n c h ,

Uniforms for Railway Sorters, Letter Carriers, Drivers, and Porter ; Stores, Materials, Light, and Sundries generally ... ...

Conveyance of Inland Mails and Ship Mail gratuities ... ...

Conveyance of Mails by Railway Department ... ... ...

T el eg r a ph Br a n c h ,

Forage, Farriery, Instruments, Batteries, Light, and Sundries generally ' ... ...

Repairs to Telegraph lines generally ... ... ... ...

Telephones, &c. ... ... ... ...

Subsidy to * Tasmanian Cable connecting Tasmania with Victoria... ...

G en er a l ,

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ...

Telegrams, Printing and Stationery, Postage Stamps, Water, and Sundries ... ... ... , , ...

A d el a id e a n d Po r t Da r w in Tel eg r a ph Lin e.

Rations and Allowances ... . , ... ...

Twenty-five per cent, allowance on Salaries of Officers on Port Darwin Line ... . . ... ...

Total Division No. 241

Other

Expenditure.

Expenditure solely for the Maintenance or Continuance of the Department as at the Time of

Transfer to the Commonwealth.

£ £

2,131

515

11,739 363

12,617

198 448

... 5

423

1,074

19

... 833

852

19

73

92

14,635

16,766

170 A rrears for the Period ended 30 th June, 1901.

V III. * T h e Po st ma st er -G en er a l * s D epa r t men t *continued.

Expenditure

D iv isio n No . 242.

solely for the Maintenance or

Other Continuance of Expenditure. | the Department ias at the Time of

EXPENDITURE IN TH E STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA ! Transfer to the I Commonwealth.

Subdivision No. 1 . *C o n t in g en c ies. £ £

Conveyance of Inland Mails ... ... ... ... 48

Conveyance of Foreign Mails .. .. ... ... ... 22

Gratuities of Shipmasters ... ... ... ... ... ... 110

Transport ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 115

Travelling Expenses ... ... ... ... ... ... 206

Telegraph Lines *Repairs . ... ... ... ... 53

Linemen *s Equipments ... ... .. ... ... 40

Forage for Line Horses ... ... ... ... ... 137

Incidental Expenses ... ... ... ... ... 113

Telephone Materials,

Subsidies and Guarantees ... ... ... ... ... 67

Stationery and Printing ... ... ... ... ... 9

Fuel, Light, Water, and Sanitary ... ... ... ... 394

Removal of Telephone Exchange at Fremantle ... ... ... ... 155

Total Division No. 242 ... - - 1,764

D iv isio n No . 243.

EXPENDITURE IN THE STATE OF TASMANIA.

Subdivision No. 1. *S a l a r ies. " ∑ 235

Subdivision No. 2. *C o n t in g en c ies. '

Provision for New Offices to be Established, and small Increases of Salary not exceeding £10 ... ... ... ... ... 3

Miscellaneous expenses ... ... ... ... ∑∑ ...

Stationery and Stores ... ... ... ... ...

Printing ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Printing and Gumming Stamps ... ... ... ...

Uniforms, Advertising ... ... ... ... ...

Travelling Expenses, Staff, and Incidental Expenses ... ...

Cartage and Conveyance of Stores ... ... ... ...

Overtime ... ... ... ... ... ...

l ... 1,904

Exchange on Remittances ... ... ... ... ...

Allowances to Mail Guards when travelling ... ... ...

Fuel and Light ... ... ... ... ... . ...

Subsidies for European and Intercolonial Telegraph Service ; Shipping -1,263 Reports; Cost of and working Low Head Station ... ...

Additions, Repairs, and Maintenance of Telegraph and Telephone 897 Lines and Instruments ... ... ... ~ .....

4,067

Subdivision No. 3 *Co n v ey a n c e o f M a il s, et c .

Clearing Pillar Letter Receivers ... ∑∑∑ ... ...

Conveyance of Inland Mails ... ∑∑∑ ... ...

Conveyance of English, Intercolonial, and Foreign Mails ... ... , l∑ 3,882

Total Division No. 243 ...... 8,184

17 124,876

Total Postmaster-General *s Department ... 12D 893