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Act No. 12 of 1908 as made
An Act to grant and apply an additional sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and eight for the purposes of Additions, New Works, Buildings, &c.
Date of Assent 03 Jun 1908
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

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ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION (WORKS AND BUILDINGS).

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No. 12 of 1908.

An Act to grant and apply an additional sum out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and eight for the purposes of Additions, New Works, Buildings, &c.

[Assented to 3rd June,1908.]

Preamble.

BE it enacted by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, for the purpose of appropriating the grant originated in the House of Representatives, as follows :

Short, title.

1. This Act may be cited as the Additional Appropriation (Works and Buildings) Act 1907–8.

Issue and application of £161,282.

2. The Treasurer may issue ont of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, and apply towards making- good the supply hereby granted to His Majesty for the service of the year ending the thirtieth day of June One thousand nine hundred and eight the sum of One hundred and sixty-one thousand two hundred and eighty-two pounds.

Appropriation of Supply.

3. The said sum granted by this Act is appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated as from the date of the passing of the Act No. 2 of 1907 for the purpose and services expressed in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE.

F.6967.


 

SCHEDULE.

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ABSTRACT.

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“Other.”

 

£

UNDERCONTROLOFDEPARTMENTOFHOME AFFAIRS

 

Trade and Customs..................................................

£3,500

 

Defence...................................................................

33,111

 

Post Office...............................................................

27,211

 

 

63,822

UNDER CONTROL OFPOSTMASTER-GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT

 

Telegraphs and Telephones..............................................................

63,410

UNDERCONTROLOFDEPARTMENTOF DEFENCE

 

Special Defence Material.........................................

£24,050

 

New Special Defence Provision...............................

10,000

 

 

34,050

Total..................................................................

161,282


 

UNDER CONTROL OF DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

“Other.”

£

Division No. 2.

 

TRADE ANDCUSTOMS.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

NEWSOUTH WALES.

 

New Works

 

No. 2. Launch.....................................................................................................

1,000

Subdivision No. 6.

 

TRAWLER AND EQUIPMENTS

2,500

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3,500

Division No. 3.

 

DEFENCE.

 

Subdivision No. 1.

 

NEW SOUTHWALES.

 

Additions

 

No. 1. Fortifications............................................................................................

220

3. Rifle ranges..............................................................................................

250

4. Drill halls.................................................................................................

50

New Works

 

No. 15. Casino—Drill Hall..................................................................................

98

26.Grants to rifle clubs for ranges.................................................................

2,000

31. Land for defence purposes, Colah..........................................................

17

32. Lithgow—Land for small arms factory....................................................

3,000

Total New South Wales.......................................

5,635

Subdivision No. 2.

 

VICTORIA.

 

Additions

 

No. 7a. Maribyrnong—Alterations to magazine..................................................

600

New Works

 

No. 11. Canadian (Ballarat)—Quarters at rifle range...........................................

13

13. Williamatown Rifle Range—Towards cost of completion of “A” Trench.......

*300

21. Miniature rifle ranges..............................................................................

10

22.Kerang—Site and construction of rifle range............................................

768

23. Port Melbourne Rifle Range—Additional target, accommodation...........

1,000

24. Land for Cordite Factory.........................................................................

8,000

Total Victoria......................................................

10,691

Carried forward.......................................

16,326

* Total cost, £1,000.

 


UNDER CONTROL OF DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRScontinued.

“Other.”

£

Division No. 3.

 

DEFENCE.

 

Brought forward...............................

16,326

Subdivision No. 3.

 

QUEENSLAND.

 

Additions

 

No.3.Rifle ranges..............................................................................................

80

4. Drill halls................................................................................................

116

New Works

 

No. 7. Brisbane Rifle Range for Metropolitan Troops—Towards cost of construction and site          

11,000

8.Bundaberg—Site for drill hal1.................................................................

175

11.Grants to rifle clubs for ranges................................................................

842

14.Cairns Rifle Range..................................................................................

300

15. Gympie—A.A M.C. new waggon shed, harness, and orderly room........

100

16.Thursday Island—Shed for storage of explosives...................................

210

Total Queensland............................................

12,823

Subdivision No. 4.

 

SOUTHAUSTRALIA.

 

New Works

 

No. 12. Land for married quarters, N.C. officers, Fort Largs............................

55

13.Yankalilla Drill Hall...............................................................................

3

14.Port Pirie Drill Hall.................................................................................

4

Total South Australia....................................

62

Subdivision No. 5.

 

WESTERNAUSTRALIA.

 

Addition

 

No. 1. Fortifications..........................................................................................

28

2.Barracks...................................................................................................

106

3. Rifle ranges.............................................................................................

10

4.Drill halls.................................................................................................

11

5.Perth—Additions to armourer’s workshop...............................................

189

New Works

 

No. 10. North Fremantle—Towards the construction of fort and acquisition of site   

385

12.Grants to rifle clubs for ranges...............................................................

786

13.Arthur’s Head Fort.................................................................................

55

14.Fremantle Defences—Site for barrack accommodation.........................

1,000

Total Western Australia...............................

2,570

Subdivision No. 6.

 

TASMANIA.

 

Additions

 

No. 2. Rifle ranges............................................................................................

40

New Works

 

No. 11. Grants to rifle clubs for ranges.............................................................

50

14. Miniature rifle ranges for cadets............................................................

100

15.Barracks.................................................................................................

130

16.Rifle ranges............................................................................................

45

17. Drill halls..............................................................................................

40

18.Launccston—Caretaker’s quarters..........................................................

275

19.Launceston—Gun shed and harness room.............................................

500

20.Launceston—Alterations to equipment stores and barracks...................

150

Total Tasmania................................................

1,330

Total Division No. 3...................................................

33,111