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Superannuation Act, 1887

Volume 183: debated on Wednesday 29 January 1908

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Copies presented, of Treasury Minutes granting a retired allowance to each of the following, viz.: Charles Barwick, Rural Postman, Scarborough Post Office; Mr. T. O. Hewitt, Engineer, First Class, Engineer-in-Chief's Department, Post Office; Mr. T. S. Williams, Counter Clerk and Telegraphist, London Postal District, Post Office; Mr. W. L. Mowll, Overseer, Post Office, Brighton; Mr. F. Westington, Overseer, Post Office. Brighton; Mr. H. E. Köhler, Overseer, Post Office, Brighton; Mr. T. F. Hart, Assistant Superintendent, Post Office, Brighton; Mr. Owen Cook, Second Class, Surveyor of Taxes, Inland Revenue; Mr. F. T. Freeman, Staff Clerk, War Office; Mr. W. R, Barton, a Clerk of the Higher Grade of the Second Division, War Office; Mr. John Guillon, Foreman of the Yard, Chatham, Admiralty; Walter Charles Bass, Established Butler, Haslar Hospital, Admiralty [by Act]; to lie upon the Table.