Report from the Select Committee Upon Alleged Roll Stuffing at Avoca : together with the proceedings of the Committee and minutes of evidence
|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Select Committee Upon Alleged Roll Stuffing at Avoca|
|Other Authors:||Andrews, Charles, 1834-1895, Bowman, Robert, 1831?-1893, Craven, Albert William, 1855-1913, Dixon, Edward John, 1833-1905, Herring, Mr., Murphy, Edward, 1844-1900|
Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, 1893
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Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1892-93, no. D 4
GP V 1892/93 no. D 4
"Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 19th October 1892"
Committee comprised: Charles Andrews (Chairman), Robert Bowman, Albert Craven, Edward Dixon and Edward Murphy.
Council to the witnesses examined at Avoca: Mr Herring
Witnesses examined: Auguste Barbat (produce merchant Avoca), John Edward Byrne (groom Avoca born Landsborough), William Charles Castleman (blacksmith born Rathscar), George [H.] Downton (draper Avoca), Charles Albert Frey (storeman born Avoca), George Germaine (police const. Goornong formerly at Avoca), William Gollop (miner), Charles Henry Kaiser (labourer/cattle dealer born South Australia), Alexander Lamont (blacksmith born Smeaton), Henry Martyn Lind (chief electoral inspector Dept. of the Chief Secretary), Alfred Mackereth (clerk Bank of Victoria), George William May (electoral inspector), John McKinnon (carter), Arthur Ferrara Paten (journalist editing the Avoca Mail), James Reed (compositor born Avoca), William Robinson (chaffcutter born Avoca), John Ross (electoral registrar Avoca Division), John Ross sr. (uncle of John Ross/gardener), George Metcalfe Sparks (groom for Mrs Mockett), Charles Eyes Sproston (teacher), Alle von Teun (miner), Andrew Wardlaw (contractor), James Wise Whitley (carpenter)
Witnesses summoned to attend whom did not appear or give evidence: Gustav Adolph Ebeling (storeman), Barrington Haslam (miner), Archie Horn Mockett (painter), John Redpath (labourer), George Thomas Reeves (miner), Robert William Reeves (miner)
Other people mentioned in the course of the evidence: Mr. Beck (farmer Lamplough Rd. p. 20), Mrs Byrne (John Edward Byrne's mother p. 12), Peter Campbell (Shire secretary & previous electoral registrar p. 1, 10, 12), James D'Orival (recent arrival in Avoca p. 6), Arthur Ebeling (produce merchant Avoca p. 3), William George (police constable Avoca p. 1, 2), William Alexander Grant (storeman Avoca p. 1, 2), Daniel Eugene Hayes (Bank of Victoria manager Avoca p. 1, 2), Thomas Latch (miner p. 1, 2, 6, 12), Mr. [Wiliam] Leader (police magistrate p. 6, 16), John Mackereth (music teacher p. 6), Miss Victoria Mackereth (Alfred Mackereth's sister Avoca p. 10), Mr. [Thomas] McHugh (prop. Avoca Free Press p. 7, 17) Mr. Mason (Avoca p. 17), Mrs Mockett (prop. Victoria Hotel p. 10, 14), Constable [James] Monks (Avoca p. 6, 11), Stephen Palmer (labourer Avoca p. 1, 2), Mr Richter (brick mill owner Avoca p. 20), W. Crair Roberts (miner Avoca p. x, 10), Francis Rolfe (Maryborough contractor p. 3), R. W. Salmon (Secretary to the Select Committee Upon Alleged Roll Stuffing at Avoca p. 5), Charles Smith (Newport cattle dealer for whom Charles Kaiser bought & trucked stodk to Melbourne p. 14-15) and Mr. Wilson (prop. Albion Hotel Avoca p. 14)
xiv, 21p. ; 33cm.
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