Progress report from the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railways on the shortage and use of railway trucks : together with minutes of evidence : ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 17th December 1919

Corporate Author: Victoria. Parliament. Standing Committee on Railways
Other Authors: Billson, John William, 1862-1924, Hicks, Alfred, 1860-1921, Menzies, James, 1862-1945, Richardson, Horace Frank, 1854-1935, Solly, Robert Henry, 1859-1932, Toutcher, Richard Frederick, 1861-1941
Published: Melbourne : Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, 1919
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1919, Railways Standing Committee report no. 4
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Item Description: Committee: Richard Toutcher (Chairman - appointed on 2nd April 1919), John Billson, Alfred Hicks, James Menzies, Horace Richardson (appointed 8th July 1919) and Robert Solly
Includes references to evidence given by the Railways Commissioners p. [3]-4, 9, H. W. Clark (supt Melbourne Goods Yard) p. 11, reps Shunters Union p. 11, T. B. Molomby (general supt of transportation) p. 12, 15, E. H. Ballard (chief engineer of way and works Vic. Railways) p. 14 and Commissioner Miscamble p. 7, 15
Other mentions: Victorian Railways p. [3]-4, 6, 7, 9, 16, railway workshops at Newport p. 4, Sir Thomas Tait (chairman Railways Commissioners 1910/11) p. 4-5, 13, 15, influenza epidemic of 1919 p. 5, 7, 16, seamen's strike of 1919 [by the Seamen's Union of Australia] p. 5-7, 9, 16, Royal Commission on Border Railways 1916 p. 7, 16, J. A. Droege (railway supt United States quoted from his book Freight Terminals and Trains) p. 7, Traffic Branch p. 8, Newmarket Sale Yards p. 8, Transportation Branch p. 8, 11, 13, 15, Melbourne Harbor Trust p. 9, the Standing Committee on Railways report[s] on the financial results of the Hurst's Bridge and Beech Forest lines p. 11, general supt.of transportation p. 11, 17, outdoor supt. of transportation p. 11, 13, Minister of Railways [Samuel Barnes] p. 15, 17 and [Richard Thomas Ball] the NSW Minister of Railways p. 15, 17
BOUND IN 1919 VOLUME 1 p. 749-765
MINUTES OF EVIDENCE NOT PRINTED
Physical Description: 17p. ; 33cm.