Railway capital and annual loss or profit : return to an order of the House dated 18th November 1891 for a return showing approximately: 1. Amount of debenture capital invested in each of the four railway systems of the colony 2. Amount of other capital so invested 3. Amount of interest to be paid on the debenture capital so invested 4. The amount of loss or profit upon each system for the years ending 30th June, 1889, 1890, and 1891 respectively
|Corporate Author:||Victorian Railways|
|Other Authors:||Kent, Robert George, 1843-1914, Labertouche, Peter Paul, 1827-1907|
Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, 1891
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1891, no. C 14
GP V 1891 no. C 14
"Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 10th December 1891"
"P. P. Labertouche, Secretary"
"Robert Geo. Kent, Accountant"
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- Profit or loss on Mallee railways : return to an order of the House dated 25th July 1900 for a return showing the approximate profit or loss on the following railway lines from 1894 to 1899 : Dimboola to Jeparit, Warracknabeal to Hopetoun, Donald to Birchip, Wycheproof to Sea Lake, and Boort to Quambatook : if special rates are charged on any of these lines, the amount of excess rates paid over and above ordinary rates to be specified on each line Published: (1900)
- Railway construction and finance : return to an order of the House dated 30th June 1891 for a return showing: 1. The amount paid in 1890-91 for railway construction and works chargable to capital account from funds (not including trust funds) other than those borrowed for such purpose 2. The monthly average amount of trust funds used for such purpose during the same year 3. The amount of interest (if any) the Railway Department charges itself for the use of such money. 4. The average rate of interest paid on railway loans in 1883, the year immediately preceeding the advent of the Railways Commissioners 5. The present average rate of interest on railway loans 6. The excess in the gross amount of interest which would have to be paid on account of 1890-91 if the average rate of interest had been as high as in 1883 7. The amount of money other than loan money expended on railway surveys, construction, and works up to 1883 upon which the department has never charged itself with interest 8. The amount of such moneys expended on similar surveys, construction, and works up th the present date upon which the Railway Department has not and did not charge itself with interest 9. The number of miles of railway lines opened during 1883 10. The number of miles opened in 1890-91 Published: (1891)
- Amount received from publicans' licences : return to an order of the House, dated 15th October, 1889, for a return showing the amount of money received from all publicans' licences from all cities, towns, and boroughs in the colony for the past twelve months Published: (1889)
- Interest paid by Railway Department on Hobson's Bay debentures : return to an order of the House dated 1st September 1887 for a return showing (1) The gross amount of interest paid prior to the appointment of the Railways Commissioners by the Railway Department for the year ending 31st December 1882 on the Victorian and Hobson's Bay six per cent debentures (2) The amount by which the payment of that interest was reduced for the year ending 31st December 1883 through the repayment of six per cent debentures by the sale and issue of debentures bearing four per cent interest only (3) The amount by which the payment of that interest was reduced for the year ending 30th June 1885 being the first full year under the Railways Commissioners through the repayment of six per cent debentures by the issue and sale of four per cent ones (4) The same information as to the year ending 30th June 1886 and also for the year ending 30th June 1887 and all reductions to be shown as against the gross amount paid for the year ending 31st December 1882 Published: (1887)
- Public houses in Melbourne : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly dated 10th July 1884 for a return showing 1. The number of public-houses that were licensed in the city of Melbourne at the date of the passing of the present Licensing Act in 1876 2. The number of licensed public-houses at present in the city of Melbourne 3. How many licenses have been forfeited since the passing of the present act, and who were the licensing magistrates presiding on the occasion of such forfeiture 4. What was the date and cause of forfeiture, and who opposed the granting of such licenses 5. How many licenses have been granted by the City of Melbourne Licensing Magistrates during the time the act has been in existence, notwithstanding the opposition of the police 6. Have any licenses been opposed by the police during the last ten years "on the simple ground that the houses were brothels", if so, how many, and what was the date of such opposition and what were the names of the licensing magistrates 7. What were the names of the licensing magistrates who presided on the City of Melbourne Licensing Bench in the years 1882 and 1883 8. How many licenses were refused by the said bench in 1882 9. How many licenses were opposed by the police in 1883, and how many of such licenses did the bench refuse on the opposition of the police 10. How many licenses did the police oppose during the years 1882 and 1883 "on the simple ground that they were brothels Published: (1884)