Tramway employes grievances : report of the Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire into the Grievances of Employes of the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company Limited : with minutes of evidence and appendices

Corporate Author: Victoria. Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire into the Grievances of Employes of the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company Limited
Other Authors: Maloney, William Robert Nuttall, 1854-1940, Hancock, John, 1846-1899, Isaacs, John Alfred, 1863-1944, Smith, Thomas, 1846-1925
Published: Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, 1898
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1898, no. 42
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Item Description: "Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
Commission comprised: William Maloney (Chairman), John Hancock, John. A. Isaacs and Thomas Smith.
Witnesses examined: Thomas H. Anketell (ex-employe), James Balfour MLA, Francis E. Beaurepaire (conductor), William Brennan (gripman), Francis Boardman Clapp (Managing Director Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Co.), William Dyer (ex-employe), Hugo Erickson (conductor), George Feinaigle (Sec.Tramway Employes Mutual Benefit Society), James Howlin Graves MLA, Frederick Henry Beasley Hearson (ex-employe), Charles Henry Holmes (branch inspector), George Hooke (conductor), Dr. Eustace Julian Keogh (Medical Officer), Charles Herbert Longmore (ex-employe), Henry Christopher Lyng, James Martin & William John Matt (all ex-employes), Dr. Joseph John Miller (Medical Officer), Robert McDowell (line manager), Patrick William McGrath (ex-employe), Dr. John McInerny, Hugh McKinnon (ex-employe), Robert Sloane (ex-employe), George Ernest Spicer (Traffic Supt.), William Gardiner Sprigg (Sec. Tramway Company), Edward Ward (gripman), Dr. Edward Johnson Williams and Dr. Victor Joseph Emanuel Woinarski.
Physical Description: lxxxii, 194p. ; 34cm.