STATUTORY RULES

1969 No.

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REGULATIONS UNDER THE HIGH COMMISSIONER (UNITED KINGDOM) ACT 1909-1966.*

I, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby make the following Regulations under the High Commissioner (United Kingdom) Act 1909-1966.

Dated this twenty-eighth day of November, 1969.

Paul Hasluck

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

Signature of Minister for the Army for and on behalf of the Prime Minister

Prime Minister.

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Amendments of the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations

Interpretation.

1. Regulation 4 of the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations is amended by omitting sub-regulation (2.) and inserting in its stead the following sub-regulation:—

“(2.) A reference in a regulation, other than regulation 4a, of these Regulations, or in a Schedule to these Regulations, to an amount of money shall be read as a reference to that amount of money in sterling.”.

Deputy High Commissioners.

2.—(1.) Regulation 4a of the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations is amended by omitting from sub-regulation (5.) the words “Eleven thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars” and inserting in their stead the words “Thirteen thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight dollars”.

(2.) The rate of salary specified in sub-regulation (5.) of regulation 4a of the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations as amended by the last preceding sub-regulation applies in relation to service by a Deputy High Commissioner, other than a Deputy High Commissioner to whom sub-regulation (4.) of that regulation applies, on or after the twenty-fifth day of September, 1969.

Fourth Schedule.

3. The Fourth Schedule to the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations is repealed and the Schedule set out in the Schedule to these Regulations is inserted in its stead.

Supplementary allowance in respect of a period on or after 1 July, 1969, and before the commencement of these Regulations.

4. Where, during any period that commenced on or after the first day of July, 1969, and ended before the commencement of these Regulations, an officer or employee occupied or performed the duties of an office set out in column 1 of the Fourth Schedule to the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations, as in force at the commencement of these Regulations, the officer or employee shall, by force of this regulation, be paid an allowance of such an amount as would result in the total remuneration of the officer or employee in respect of that period being not less than the total remuneration that would have been payable to the officer or employee in respect of that period if, during that period—

 

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* Notified in the Commonwealth Gazette on                                          1969.

† Statutory Rules 1960, No. 87, as amended by Statutory Rules 1965, No. 87; 1966, No. 76; 1967, Nos. 29 and 79; 1968; Nos. 21, 103, 128 and 164; and 1969, Nos.74 and 150

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(a) the classification of that office had been a rate or a scale of rates equal to the rate or the scale of rates, as the case may be, specified in column 2 of the Fourth Schedule to the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations, as in force at the commencement of these Regulations, opposite to that office in column 1; and

(b) that rate or that scale of rates had been specified in column 2 of the Fourth Schedule to the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations opposite to that office in column 1.

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THE SCHEDULE  Regulation 2.

Schedule to be inserted in the High Commissioner (Staff) Regulations.

“FOURTH SCHEDULE  Regulation 24.

ANNUAL SALARIES

Column 1

Column 2

Office

Rates of annual salary or scales of rates of annual salary

Clerk 1..........................................

562–635–709–782–861–903–945–982–1,024–1,055–1,087–1,118–1,155–1,202

Clerk 2..........................................

1,365–1,418–1,470–1,522

Clerk 3..........................................

1,570–1,622–1,675–1,727

Clerk 4..........................................

1,775–1,827

Clerk 5..........................................

2,011–2,090–2,173

Clerk 6..........................................

2,253–2,336–2,426

Clerk 7..........................................

2,567–2,662–2,777

Clerk 8..........................................

2,898–3,019–3,140

Clerk 9..........................................

3,365–3,554

Clerk 10.........................................

3,764–4,000

Clerical Assistant, Grade 11............................

462–525–588–651–714–735–756–  

   787–824–845

Clerical Assistant, Grade 2.............................

    866–887–908

Clerical Assistant (Typing).............................

 

Clerical Assistant, Grade 3.............................

941–974–1,007

Clerical Assistant, Grade 4.............................

1,040–1,073–1,106

Clerical Assistant, Grade 5.............................

1,139–1,172–1,205

Steno-Secretary to a Deputy High Commissioner..............

1,200–1,232

Steno-Secretary to the High Commissioner..................

1,264–1,295

Stenographer, Grade 1................................

742–764–786–813–840–867

Stenographer, Grade 2................................

894–921

Stenographer, Grade 3................................

954–981–1,007–1,034–1,066–1,098–

      1,130–1,162

Supervisor (Typing).................................

Typist..........................................

453–511–570–629–695–716–737–

    757–783–810

Transcription Typist.................................

481–539–598–658–721–742–763–

    791–819–847

Machine Operator, Grade 1 (Communications)................

766–808–856–903–950–982–1,013–

     1,050–1,087–1,118–1,150–1,202

Machine Operator, Grade 2 (Communications)................

1,234–1,265

Machinist........................................

880–906–933–965–997–1,029–

     1,066–1,098–1,130

Photoprinter......................................

786–811–832–858–888–919–954–

     983–1,013


Column 1

Column 2

Office

Rates of annual salary or scales of rates of annual salary

General Hand..................................

 

Messenger....................................

 462–525–588–651–714–735–  

     756– 787–824–845

Porter.......................................

Storeman....................................

 

Messenger (Special Duties)........................

866–887

Senior Messenger...............................

 

Senior Porter..................................

   887–908–941–974

Senior Storeman................................

 

 

 

Engineer’s Assistant.............................

866–887

Senior Chauffeur...............................

924–950–977

Telephonist...................................

471–518–549–611–725–753–775–801–827–853

Senior Electrician...............................

1,045

Works Supervisor...............................

1,134

Carpenter....................................

 

Plumber.....................................

  941

Painter......................................

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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