Minutes of evidence taken before the Board Appointed by His Excellency the Governor in Council to Inquire into Certain Charges Against the Engineering and Electrical Branch of the Post Office and Telegraph Department, and as to the management thereof, etc :

Corporate Author: Victoria. Board Appointed to Inquire and Report upon Certain Charges Preferred against the Engineering and Electrical Branch of the Post Office and Telegraph Department
Other Authors: Shuter, Charles, 1832-1902, Alcock, Randal James, 1853-1927, Love, Duncan
Published: Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, 1897
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1897, no. 10
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Item Description: "Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
Board: Charles Shuter (chairman), Randal James Alcock and Duncan Love
Witnesses: Frederick Allbrecht (metal spinner), John Anderson (engine-driver), Luke Ball (coach-driver Cobb and Co.), Charles Beaman (line repairer), James Beardshall (electrician/mechanical engineer), William Birchall (engineer), Duncan Blackburn (line repairer), Edgar Charles Brewster (sr. instrument fitter), Frederick Joseph Brooks (telegraph switch operator), Henry Alexander Cumming Brown (asst. line repairer), Alexander Carmichael (income tax officer/late instrument fitter GPO), Thomas Carroll (sr. engine-driver), Francis West Chambers (asst. instrument fitter), Archibald John Christie (clerk Accounts Branch), Walter James Cook (jr. instrument fitter), Charles Cornwall (telegraph messenger), Angus Cumming (sub-accountant), James Muir Dalgleish (coppersmith), Aaron Turner Danks (managing director John Danks and Son Ltd.), William James Davies (fireman), George Dent (asst. instrument fitter), James Henry Dodds (manager Robison Bros.), Thomas Theophilus Draper (electrical engineer), Timothy John Driscoll (engine-driver Electric Light Co.), James Edwards (inspector of telegraph works), Heber Davie Evans (inspector of factories/late engine driver GPO), Robert Ferguson (manager Danks and Son), Charles Fitzpatrick (police constable), Michael Fitzpatrick (carpenter), Thomas Francis Flannagan (hotel manager), James Gavin (foreman line repairer), Wilhelm Goetz (engineer), Charles Graham (overseer telegraph works), Richard Hain (telegraph operator), Charles William Harley (line repairer's asst.), Edward Hasselbach (sr. instrument fitter), Stephen Hawkes (overseer telegraph works), Edward Henderson (engine-room fitter), William Alfred Holmes (telegraph supt. Vic. Railways), Edward Sleigh Howson (asst. instrument fitter), Henry Walter Jenvey (electrician), Alfred Joseph Johnson (manufacturer wheelbarrows agricultural & horticultural implements), Otto Lang (asst. line repairer), Alexander Joseph Lugdon (engineer), William Macourt (inspector of telegraph works), Thomas Martin (fireman), James Mason (officer in charge Stores Branch), John Matheson (line repairer), William Matheson (telegraph switch operator), David Mellor (stevedore), Richard Morgan (sr. instrument fitter), William Morkham (accountant/controller of stores), Charles Mussett (line repairer), Wakefield Smith Newman (clerk Money Order Branch), William Perelle (messenger), George James Powell (asst. instrument fitter), Herbert Quarry (electrical foreman), John Reidy (asst. line repairer), Alfred Roche (audit inspector), Charles Morgan Rosser (asst. instrument fitter), William Reeve Rundell (officer in charge of Papers), William Ryley (supt. engineer New Australian Electric Light Co.), Hugo Salomo (engineer), Charles Sharp (line repairer), George Henry Shugg (clerk), Henry Alfred Slater (Slater and Co.), James Slevison (police constable), John Sloss (engineer John Sloss and Sons), George Smibert (telegraph engineer), John Alexander Springhall (late supt. of mails/controller of stores/manager of the exchange (telephone)), Thomas Stokes (metal worker), James Sullivan (cable jointer), Martin Sullivan (emergency line repairer), Michael Swan (railway employee), Millicent Emily Tate (officer in charge telephone exchange), William Taylor (line repairer's asst.), Arthur Toe (messenger Crown Law Department), George Francis Trowbridge (sr. instrument fitter), John Wales (engineer), Daniel Walshe (police constable), Alexander Cobden Wannen (engineer), George White (acting detective Postal Dept.), James Henry Wilkins (engine fitter), Thomas Williams (clerk Stores Branch), Edward Storr Wills (engineer Otis Company), Alexander Wilson (engineer Ports and Harbors) and Joseph Wilton (overseer telegraph works)
Physical Description: 297p. ; 33cm.