Royal Commission on the Coal Industry : report on companies, labour in mines, health of miners, settlement of disputes, railways contracts, freights, etc., etc., with findings, recommendations, appendices, and minutes of evidence
|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Royal Commission on the Coal Industry|
|Other Authors:||Anderson, William Ross, 1855-1940, Howitt, Alfred William, 1830-1908, Morrison, George Cowie, 1857-1937|
Melbourne : J. Kemp, Acting Government Printer, 1906
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1906, no. 13
Report & Appendices (2.5 MB)
Map 4 (1.5 MB)
Index to witnesses & minutes of evidence p. 1-116 (6.2 MB)
Minutes of evidence p. 117-254 (7.1 MB)
Minutes of evidence p. 255-354 (5.1 MB)
Minutes of evidence p. 355-418 (2.8 MB)
Minutes of evidence p. 419-506 (4.0 MB)
"Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
Commission: Alfred William Howitt (Chairman), William Ross Anderson and George Cowie Morrison.
Appendices A & B comprise statements read before the Commission by K. L. Murray (Chairman of Directors of the Jumbunna Company) and Harold Stead (Assistant Mine Manager, Jumbunna).
Witnesses: John Agnew (inspector of mines), Thomas Baker (miner), P. G. W. Bayly (metallurgical chemist Mines Department), John Blair (miner), John Horace Briggs (manager Strzelecki Mine), Stephen Brown (miner), Walter Brown (miner), Henry Caple (farmer), David Chalmer (deputy Jumbunna Mine), Michael Donald Cock (grazier Powlett River), Jacob Cook, Henry Cox & Edward Duckworth (miners), Edward John Dunn (Director Geological Survey), John Evans (mining manager), Matthew Fairley (underground manager Coal Creek Mine), Henry Clarke Fenton (police constable Korumburra), John Flockhart (miner), Anthony Garrett (ex-miner), Edward James Goode (chief storekeeper Railways Dept.), Andrew Graham (miner), George Greenslade (ex-miner), Thomas Hamilton (miner), James Hardwick (mining manager), George Hawke (inspector of mines), Alfred Charles Hender (miner), Robert Heslop (grazier Powlett River), Percival John Hilbrich (miner), Henry Hollole (farmer), Charles Hudson (Railways Commissioner), Peter Hudson (manager Silkstone Mine), Alfred James Hutchins (miner), Thomas Hutt (employee Coal Creek Mine), William Jeffery (miner), Arthur Jennings (legal manager Coal Creek Co.), Richard Johns (miner), William Fagg Jones (coal-viewer Railways Dept.), John Kelly (miner), Kandon Kent, James Kirby (miner), Albert Ernest Kitson (sr. field geologist Mines Dept.), Nathaniel Levi (ex-member Legislative Council), Henry Lloyd (farmer), Thorman Longmire (miner), George Lorimer (supt. locomotive supplies Vic. Railways), James Lucas (miner), James Sumner Macdermott (clerk Office of the Actuary for Friendly Societies), Patrick McDonald (mining manager Altona Bay Coal Mine), Alexander Mackay (manager Coal Creek Mine), Frederick Mackay (managing director Coal Creek Co.), Hugh Mackay (chief inspector of Forests Dept.), Daniel McKenzie (manager Outtrim Mine), Hector McLennan (manager for J. and A. Brown coal merchants Melbourne), Thomas McNair (miner), Archibald M. [i.e. A.] McPhee (stationmaster Korumburra), Edward R. Meekison (senior inspector of mines), Robert A. Mitchell (ex-miner), Thomas Morris & Lewis Eisenberg Morton (miners), Patrick Benedict Murphy (ex-miner), Kynaston Lathrop Murray (chairman Jumbunna Co.), Reginald A. F. Murray (consulting mining geologist), William Newton (miner), George Nicholson (legal manager Outtrim Co.), Harrison Ord (chief inspector of Factories), Matthew Poland (miner), Joseph James Poynton (transportation branch clerk Vic. Railways), William Nathaniel Pratt (legal manager Jumbunna Co.), John Ridley (mining manager), George Riley & Norman Roach (miners), Dr. Edward Robertson (medical officer Health Dept.), James Rolph, Thomas Henry Ross, Joseph Rumble & Samuel Savige (miners), Walter Sedgman (weighman Coal Creek), Samuel James Sibbritt, John R. Smith & Joseph Spare (miners), Richard Bulmer Stamp (chairman Outtrim Co.), Harold Stead (manager Jumbunna Mine), Thomas Storey, George William Teasdale, Thomas Waters & Josiah Weymouth (miners), Samuel Whitehead (Govt. Labour Bureau), Charles Wiles & Frederick Williams (miners), Thomas Edward Williamson (inspector of mines), Arthur Allan Wilson & Samuel Gregory Wise (miners), Thomas Hale Woodroffe (chief mechanical engineer Railways Dept.), George Wright (miner), Arthur Wynne (labourer) and Samuel Wynne (miner)
lxxvi, 506p.,  folded leaves of plates : ill., 1 col. map, plans ; 32cm.
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