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RETIRING CIVIL SER-

VANTS:  

EXTENSIONS OF LEAVE MANY IMPORTANT OF-

FICERS CONCERNED.

His Excellency the Governor in Council on Thursday approved of the terms of ser- vice of the undermentioned persons retiring   under the provisions of the Public Offic-   ers Retirement Act, 1903, being extended   until June 30, 1915. It will be seen that

the list includes several prominent offi-'   cials, notably the Railways Commissioner (Mr. A. B Moncrieff, C.M.G.), the Under- secretary (Mr. L. H. Sholl. I.S.O.) the General Traffic Manager (Mr. J. B. Mc- Neil), the Secretary of the Police Depart- ment (Mr. G. L. Reed), Messrs W. Boath (Chief Inspector of the Central Board of   Health). E. S. Berry (Chief Draughtstman of the Land Titles Department), B. Solo-   mon (Land Tax Assessor), and E. P. Laurie (Chief Draughtsman of the Survey Department}, and Captain Inglis (Harbor- master at Port Adelaide). The list show- ing the department to which each officer belongs, is as follows:-  

Chief Secretary's Department.  

L. H. Sholl, Under Secretary, date of

birth, September 15, 1844.  

Police.

F. Bennett, sub-inspector, December 23, 1844; T. H Garland, constable, June 25, 1845; R. Hill, sergeant, June 12, 1845; M. Hurley, sub-inspector, March 28, 1845; G. L. Reed, secretary, March 28, 1845.  

Central "Board of Health.  

W. Boath, chief inspector, July l8.  

1844.          

Registrar-General Deeds, &c.

E. S. Berry, chief draughtsman. June 12,

1845.

Taxation.

B. Solomon, land tax assessor. Novem-

ber 3, 1844.   Survey.  

E. P. Laurie- chief draughtsman. May 24, 1845.

Railways.

J Allen, ganger, June 21, 1845: W. D.   Baldock, crossing-keeper, November 8, 1844; J. H. Bastain, machinist, January 19, 1845; T. Batson, laborer, August 21,   1844; J. Carthew, packer, January 7, 1845; J. Cook, district foreman, March 30,

1845; J. Duggin, mason, ' December 21, 1844; C. A Eastick, porter, August 12, 1844; J. Forrester, laborer, May 15, 1845;

C Henderson, lifter, Jane 15, 1845: J.   Lister, laborer, September 8, 1844; J. Mc- Gibbon, porter, July 20, 1844; J. B. Mc- Neil, General Traffic Manager, January 1, 1845; S. Mead, foreman porter, November

12, 1844; A. B. Moncrieff, Railways Com- missioner, May 22, 1845; J. W. O'Toole,

packer, August 15, 1844; S. Prisk, pumper,     August 12, 1844; J. Reid, packer, April 12, 1845; Y. Riley, leading fitter, De- cember 13, 1844; J. Robinson, caretaker, May 25, 1845; C. W. Skeg, crossing- keeper, June 3, 1845; E. J. Tarrant, mes-

senger, ' March 9, 1845; J. Wagoora, fore- man, June 21, 1845; W. S. Wellington, cardriver, July 26 1844; W. R. Whittle, works foreman, May 21, 1845; G. W. Meadows, laborer, Port Pirie, January 21,

1845.

Hydraulic Engineer.

T. Jones, clerk and timekeeper. June 19. 1845; J. Pannan, laborer, May 9, 1845; J. Robinson, stableman, April 8,

1845.

Marine Board.

A. Inglis, harbormaster, Port Adelaide, January 26, 1845; A. Munro, harbormas- ter. Robe, May 16, 1815.

Harbors.

J. L. Williams, shipwright, November,

1844.

Education.

W. J. L. Dix, school visitor, July 30,

1844.

A. Martin, inspector of schools, August 12, 1844.  

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