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2225 - CAHILL EXPRESSWAY DEMOLITION2917057/04/2016 10:09:49 AMLangton, Brian to the Premier and Minister for Economic Development With regard to the proposed committee to examine proposals to demolish the Cahill Expressway— (1) Who is on the committee? (2) What are its terms of reference? (3) Will Question asked on 17 November 1993 (session 50-3) and printed https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
1924 - CAHILL EXPRESSWAY DEMOLITION2917067/04/2016 8:09:41 AMLangton, Brian to the Minister for Transport and Minister for Roads With regard to the proposed committee to examine proposals to demolish the Cahill Expressway___ (1) Who is on the committee? (2) What are its terms of reference? (3 The committee, or "Task Force for the Redevelopment of Circular Quay", is administered by the Premier's Department and the question should https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Legislative Council 1994-09-15 Cahill Expressway Demolition4504554/11/2016 8:14:34 AM1994-09-15T00:00:00+10:00 Legislative Council false Questions Without Notice Cahill Expressway Demolition 2 Reverend the Hon. F. J. Nile 2054 The Hon. J. P. Hannaford anyone on this side of the House would regard the Prime Minister's offer of $150 million for the demolition of the Cahill Expressway as a smart political ploy at a time when New South Wales has so many other http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/1994-09-15htmlFalsexmlFiftieth Parliament, Fourth Session (50-4)NILE, Frederick John F. J.;HANNAFORD, John Planta .Cahill Expressway DemolitionQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Council15/09/1994 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-5585
Legislative Assembly 1994-09-14 Cahill Expressway Demolition9247021/07/2017 2:22:57 AM1994-09-14T00:00:00+10:00 Legislative Assembly false Questions Without Notice Cahill Expressway Demolition 2045 Mr Langton 2015 Mr Fahey In view of his announcement today that he is now opposed to the demolition of the Cahill Expressway, why, on 27 March last year, did he announce the removal of this "longstanding eyesore" as his http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/1994-09-14htmlFalsexmlFiftieth Parliament, Fourth Session (50-4)LANGTON, Brian Joseph B. J.;FAHEY, John Joseph .Cahill Expressway DemolitionQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Assembly14/09/1994 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-8776
Legislative Assembly 1994-09-14 Cahill Expressway Demolition9251521/07/2017 2:22:53 AM1994-09-14T00:00:00+10:00 Legislative Assembly false Questions Without Notice Cahill Expressway Demolition 8 Mrs Skinner 2015 Mr Fahey I have today written to the Prime Minister to tell him that New South Wales is not prepared to commit $130 million for roadworks associated with pulling down the Cahill Expressway http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/1994-09-14htmlFalsexmlFiftieth Parliament, Fourth Session (50-4)SKINNER, Jillian Gell J.G.;FAHEY, John Joseph .Cahill Expressway DemolitionQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Assembly14/09/1994 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-8766
01952127128/04/2016 12:54:00 AMBurnswoods, Jan to the Premier and With reference to the development of Circular Quay and the Cahill Expressway (2)        Given that the back page of the main pamphlet explicitly rules out the demolition of the Cahill Expressway, what is the rationale for offering the removal of the Cahill Expressway and the resiting of the railway station underground as a preference option in Question https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lc/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Votes - 38th Parliament 1956-574194064/03/2016 4:33:12 AMSECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH PARLIAMENT The Clerk, by direction of Mr. Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows "Given under my Hand and Seal, at Sydney, this ninth day of May, in the • "year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-six, and in the '6f th year of Her Majesty's Reign GIANCE: —Mr. Speaker reported that His Excellency the Governor had been pleased to 161https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Sessional Papers - 27th Parliament 1925-264155344/03/2016 3:41:49 AMClause 1 having been dealt with Clause 2. (1) Sentence of death shall not be passed upon or recorded against any person for ao y Al on of crime for which if this Act had not passed he would be liable under any Act or Imperial co P tossmeor Act in force in this State to suffer "death Mr. Drummond, Mr. Cahill, Mr. Menernan Mr. Cahill, Mr. McClelland Mr. Frank Burke, Mr. Michael Burke, Mr. Cahill 68https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/PaperspdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 36th Parliament 1950-51-524193984/03/2016 4:32:46 AMSECOND SESSION OF THE ifilktY-Sthil *PARLIAMENT The Clerk, by direction of Mr. Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows "By Deputation from, "His Excellency "the Governor "Given under my Hand and Seal, at Sydney, this twenty-third day of "August, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and "fifty, and in the fourteenth year of His Majesty's Reign 150https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Sessional Papers - 38th Parliament 1956-574156264/03/2016 3:57:38 AMWAYS AND MEANS (Stamp Duties (Amendment Mr: Fred Cahill Mr. Hawkins Mr. Robertson Cahill Mr. Heffron Mr. J. H. Robson Mr. Coady Mr. Rex Jackson Mr. T. V. Ryan Mr. Connor Mr. R. J. Kelly Mr. Seiffert Mr. Crook Mr. McGrath Mr. Simpson Mr. Downing Mr. McMahon Mr. Sloss Mr. Earl Mr. Maher Mr. L. J. Tully Mr. Enticknap Mr. Malian, Mr. Wattison My Cahill Mr. Cahill Mr. Campbell 70https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/PaperspdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Mr (Richard) Richard Denis Meagher6058315/03/2016 12:41:13 PMMr Richard Denis MEAGHER (1866 - 1931 Date of Birth: 11/01/1866 Place of Birth: Bathurst, New South Wales , Australia Date of Death: 17/09/1931 Place of Death: Lewisham, New South Wales, Australia Parliamentary Service Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly 24 Jul 1895 21 Feb 1917 21 yrs 6 mths 29 days Claim of Mr. J. L. Davidson https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/members/Pages/profileshtmlFalseaspxMember
Legislative Council 1960-11-1743045723/07/2016 4:03:06 AMThe aim of the de­ sired demolition control is to avoid any unnecessary demolition of habitable residen­ tial buildings in times of housing difficul­ ties, and for that reason any exceptions from that In that case the council refused a development application, for the .published reason that the demolition of a dwelling-house which would have been in­ volved was not in the public interest http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/PDF/Forms/PublishedPost1980.aspxpdfFalsepdfThirty-Ninth Parliament, Third Session (39-3)Legislative Council17/11/1960 11:00:00 AMSearchable Daily PDFHANSARD-290296563-9280
History Bulletin 8.pdf522837/12/2015 2:09:03 PMOn the Street Where We Live Since 1829, the New South Wales Legislature has been part of the street which is the civic and historic axis of Sydney In December 1792 Governor Phillip proclaimed the open space which became the Botanic Gardens The Barracks survived several plans for total demolition and in 1976 the restoration work began which created the Historic Houses Trust museum of today 28https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/about/education/Documents/history-bulletin-8-a-guided-tour-of-macquarie-stpdfFalsepdfPublication Document
Votes - 29th Parliament 1928-294193744/03/2016 4:30:30 AMTHIRD SESSION OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH PARLIAMENT The Clerk, by direction of Mr. Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows " WHEREAS the Parliament of New South \\Isles now stands prorogued to Tues " Honorable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, and Gentlemen of the Legis" lative Assembly "His Excellenc3- the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to cause a Coin 196https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1954-55.pdf3908121/08/2015 10:15:50 AML~gislatur.e of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor Members of the Legislative Assembly [ndex: to Subjects iii iii v vii ix: xlv His Excellency LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR JOHN NorurHcOTT, Knight THE, CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer THE HON. JOHN JOSEPH CAHILL, M.L.A. · Deputy Premier and Cahill, Tl1e Honourable Cedric Alan Francis ( lc) Cahill, 'l'he Honourable Cyril Joseph 443https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Sessional Papers - 43rd Parliament 1972-734156444/03/2016 3:59:13 AMClauses 1 and 2 having been dealt with Question proposed—That the clause, as read, stand part of the Bill Motion made (Mr Day) in page 2, leave out lines 16 to 18 Mr Booth moved, That the Question be now put Mr Booth Mr Coady MrCox Mr Crabtree Mr Day Mr Degen Mr Dudek Mr M. L. Hunter Mr Ryan Mr Paciullo Mr Cahill Mr Flaherty Mr Neilly Mr Cahill M r Bannon Mr Barnier Mr Booth Mr Cahill Mr Coady Mr Cox 43https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/PaperspdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1953-54.pdf3907921/08/2015 10:10:40 AMr. I iAgislatlll"eof New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor Members of the Legislative Assembly index: to Subjects Debates (Volumes V to VII) .Prctrogation iii iii iii· v vii ix -·XXX THE CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer (also Minister for Transport} THE HON JOHN JOSEPH CAHILL M LA frOm 7th September, 1953, to 16th September, 1953 Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 388https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1959-603908821/08/2015 9:55:19 AMCONTENTS Debates Prorogation .Addendum-Joint Sitting of Members of the Legislative Council and Members of the Legislative Assembly Legislature of New South Wales Index to Subjects Index THE CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer (a THE HON. JOHN JOSEPH CAHill, M.L.A. THE HON. ROBERT JAMES HEFFRON, M.L.A. TilE HoN Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 542https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1955-56.pdf3908221/08/2015 10:16:26 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor The Cahill Ministry Members of the Legislative Council Members of the Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects Index THE CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer JOHN JOSEPH CAHILL, M.L.A. Deputy Premier and Minister for Education Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph Cahill, James Ed,~ard; .Esq 167https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1937-38.pdf3905921/08/2015 10:56:43 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Governor Members of the Legislative Council Members of the Legisla.tive Assembly lndBx to Subjects Index to Speeches His Excelle1icy the' Right Honourable JOHN DE VERE, BARON WAKEH.URS'l', Knight Com­ =~der of the Most Distinguished, Order of St. Michael ancT St. Geo·rge, Captain iw the Reserve of Officers of the Ter1-itorial Army, Governo1· of Cahill, John Joseph, Esq 177https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1960-613908921/08/2015 9:55:45 AMDebates Prorogation Legislature of New South Wales Index to Subjects Index to Speeches b CONTENTS pp. 1 to 3281 3283 pp. iii to vii pp. ix to 1i Jii to cxix _} iii LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES Budd, The Honourable Harry Vincent (d). Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Franci~ (f). Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph (f). Carter, The Honourable John Markham, C.B.E., M.C. Clayton, Colonel the 255https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes and Proceedings - 12 October 1994584097/04/2016 4:20:01 PMVotes and Proceedings No. 30, Wednesday 12 October 1994 FOURTH SESSION OF THE FIFTIETH PARLIAMENT Mr Langton___Standing Order 54___Order for papers relating to the proposed demolition of the Cahill Expressway Mr Hartcher___Mineral Exploration in National Parks The Clerk announced that the following Members had each lodged petitions for presentation Mr Petch___from certain citizens requesting a https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/1994htmlFalseaspxHouse Paper
1957-58.pdf3908521/08/2015 10:05:16 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor The Cahill Ministry pp. 1 to 3273 p. 3274 i jj LEGISLATURE State of New South Wales and its Dependencies, in the Common-wealth of Australia_ THE CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer Deputy Premier and Minister for Education (also Acting Premier and (h) Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 193https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Legislative Assembly 1993-10-12 Cahill Expressway Site Development8965318/11/2016 10:58:46 AMWill the Minister provide the House with detailed costings of its demolition, the rerouting of the expressway and the railway, and the refurbishment of the site The Minister for Transport has the I am sure everyone will agree that although at the time of the construction of the Cahill Expressway it may have been regarded as a transport breakthrough, it is now an eyesore at the gateway to the http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/1993-10-12htmlFalsexmlFiftieth Parliament, Third Session (50-3)LANGTON, Brian Joseph B. J.;BAIRD, Bruce George .Cahill Expressway Site DevelopmentQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Assembly12/10/1993 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-6362
Sessional Papers - 39th Parliament 1960-614156304/03/2016 3:57:46 AMWAYS AND MEANS (Financial Statement, 1960-1961 That towards making good the Supply granted to Her Majesty for the Services of the financial year 1960-61, there be granted out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund the sum of £6,837 as Supplement to the Schedules to the Constitution Act for the year 1960-61 Upon which Mr. Askin had moved, "That the Estimate be reduced by the sum Mr. K. G. Booth Mr. Cahill 40https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/PaperspdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 47th Parliament 1981-824194334/03/2016 4:35:30 AMFIRST SESSION OF THE FORTY-SEVENTH PARLIAMENT L. Wheeler, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, as follows By His Excellency Air Marshal Sir JAMES ANTHONY "NEW SOUTH WALES ROWLAND, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, upon whom has been TO WIT conferred the decorations of the Distinguished Flying "J. A ROWLAND, Cross and the Air Force Cross, Knight Cahill, Thomas James 92https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1938-40.pdf242421/08/2015 10:52:37 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor The Stevens Ministry The Mair Ministry Members of· the Legislative Council Members of the Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects Index to Speeches Debates (Volumes clv to clxi iii iii iii i.v v vii ix lxxxvii GOVE·RNOR: (:Sworn 8th April, l93.7.) His Excellency the Right Honourable JOHN DE VERE, BARON WAKEHURST, Knight Com­ mander .of the 830https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1956-57.pdf3908421/08/2015 10:02:29 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor The· Cahill Ministry MemLers of the Legislative Council Members of the Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects iii iii .v vii ix lvii pp. 1 to THE CAHILL MINISTRY: Premier and Colonial Treasurer JOHN JosEPH CAHILL, M.L.A. Deputy Premier and Minister for Education Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 223https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
19713910120/08/2015 3:59:56 PMp. 899 Legislature of New South Wales PP· ii to viii Index to Subjects pp. ix to xxiv Index to Speeches the M1Jst Venerable·Orde~ of St John of Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis, Aust Ad., F.R.LP.A. Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph Alam, The Honourable Anthony Alexander Cahill, The Honourable fames Edward Barron, The Honourable Evelyn Calabro, The Honour-able Francesco Bowen, The 50https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Index - 36th Parliament 1950-51-524154324/03/2016 3:32:15 AMWITH THE VARIOUS DOCUMENTS CONNECTED THEREWITH (SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH PARLIAMENT [Opened 12th September, 1950—Prorogued 30tk April, 1952 Business undisposed of at the close of the Session Attendances of Members in Divisions and Counts-out and Record or Pairs 411 Standing and Select Committees appointed during the Session Weekly Reports of Divisions in Committee of the Whole, Nos 40https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/indexespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 39th Parliament 1959-604194104/03/2016 4:33:25 AM5. MINISTERIAL ARRANGEMENTS:—Mr. Cahill informed the House that in accordance with the provisions of Section 36 of the Constitution Act, His Excellency the Governor had authorised the Honourable P. D 8 Pro forma BILL—LAW OF EVIDENCE BILL:—Mr. Cahill presented a Bill, intituled "A Bill to amend the law of evidence," and moved, pro forma 106https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 47th Parliament 1982-834194354/03/2016 4:35:39 AMTHIRD SESSION OF THE FORTY-SEVENTH PARLIAMENT The Clerk, by direction of Mr Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows "Given under my Hand and Seal, at Sydney, this fourth day of August "in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighty-two, and in "the thirty-first year of Her Majesty's Reign VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 17 August, 1982 76https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1996-97 Index.pdf3913117/02/2011 12:52:27 PMNEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD) (THIRD SERIES) SESSION 1996-97 SECOND SESSION OF THE FIFTY-FIRST PARLIAMENT 4.5" ELIZABETH I1 INDEX S1l-MNG.S FROM 16 APRIL 1996 TO 27 JUNE 1997 PAGES 1- 11339 AUI'HORISED BY THE PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUM WALES INDEX PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD) 16 April 1996 to 27 June 1997 INDEX TO SUBJECTS Erplanation of Abbreviations: ad. rep., Adoption of 897https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1976-78 Index.pdf391095/08/2010 3:16:32 PMINDEX PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES ( HANSARD ) 24th August, 1976, to 4th April, 1978 INDEX TO SUBJECTS Explanation of Abbreviations: address, Address in Reply; adj Motion for Adjournment; ad. rep., Adoption of Report; appn, Appropriation Bill; Com., Committee; cons Introduction; loan appn, General Loan Account Appropriation Bill; m., Motion; rnes CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES (T. J. CAHILL, ESQ 600https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
HB7.pdf5230827/07/2005 5:19:42 PMOn the Street Where We Live Since 1829, the New South Wales Legislature has been a proud resident of the street which is the civic and historic axis of Sydney In December 1792 Governor Phillip proclaimed the open space which became the The Barracks survived several plans for total demolition and in 1976 the restoration work began which created the Historic Houses Trust museum of today https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/about/education/Documents/parliament-house-guided-tour-of-macquarie-stpdfFalsepdfPublication Document
1950-52.pdf3907621/08/2015 10:21:21 AMLegislature! of New South Wa.les: Governor Lieutenant-Governor Members of the Legislative Assembly· Index to Subjects Index to Speeches Debates JAMES McGIRR, M.L.A. Dcpi1ty Premier, Secretary for Public Works and Minister~·THE RON Jo N JOSEPH CAHILL M LA· ' tor J .. ocal Government THE HON. JOHN BROPHY RENSHAW, 1\I.L.A. THE CAHILL MINISTRY: (As from 3rd April, 1952 Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 783https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1948-50.pdf3907421/08/2015 10:23:12 AM!Legisia.ture of New South Wales: Governor Li.eutenant-Governor Index to Subjects Index to Speeches "Debates (Vol iii v vii .ix Ixix pp. 1 to 6644 p. 6641 LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNOR: (Sworn lst August, 1946 New South Wale& and its Dependenc~es, in the JAMES l\icGmR, M.L.A. Deputy-Premier, Secretary for Public Works and l\Iinister}THE HoN JOHN JOSEPH CAHILL l\1 LA for Local Government 272https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1928-29.pdf3904821/08/2015 11:12:14 AMCONTENTS Governor Lieutenant-Governor The B;win :\:Iinistry ;\!embers of the Legi"lati1·o Connell Members of the Legislati1·o Assembly Index to Subjects ln<1cx to Speeches I' AGE, v y y vh ix xi li LEGfSLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNOR: (From 2 Februo,ry, 1924,) His Exc;llency Sir DUDLEY RAWSON STRATFORD DE CHAm, Admiral in the R£yal Navy, K~tight Comma1tde1· of the Most Honourable Orde1· of the 170https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1947-48.pdf3907321/08/2015 10:22:57 AMr Legislature of New South Wales: Governor Lieutenant-Governor Members of the Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects Index to Speeches Debates {Volume olxxxv) Prorogation ix: xiv pp. 1 to 37:14 p. 3715 LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES Iii His Excellency LmUTENANT-GENERAL JoHN NoRTHCOTT, Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Member JoHN JosEPH CAHILL M.L.A. Local Government 184https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1972-733910320/08/2015 4:02:24 PMDebates Prorogation CONTENTS Legislature of New South Wales Index to Subjects Index to Speeches pp. 1 to 4921 p. 4923 pp. ii to viii pp. ix to Ixxii pp. Ixxiii to clviii LEGISLATURE OF Ph.D. (Temple, Pa) (d) Budd, The Hon. Sir Harry Vincent Cahill, The Hon. Cedric Alan Francis, Q.C. (c) Cahill, The Hon. Cyril Joseph (d) Cahill, The Hon. James Edward Calabro, The Hon. Francesco Calcraft, The Ron 394https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 45th Parliament 1976-784194284/03/2016 4:35:01 AMSECOND SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIFTH PARLIAMENT The House met at 12 o'clock at noon, pursuant to a Proclamation of His Excellency the Governor, bearing date the twenty-third day of June, 1976 The Clerk, by direction of Mr Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows By His Excellency Sir ARTHUR RODE/g CUTLER, upon whom has been conferred the decoration of the Victoria Cross, Knight 71https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1945-46.pdf3906921/08/2015 10:24:54 AMLegislature of New South Wales: Lieutenant-Governor The McKell ~Iinistry Members of the Legislative Council Members ofthe Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects Index to Speeches Debates (Volumes clxxviii to clxxx) Prorogation PA.GEi iii iii vii-viii ix xlv pp. Ito 3765 p 3766 \ ' iii LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES LIEUTENANT -GOVERNOR : The BonouraNe Sm JoHN JosEPH CAHILL M.L.A. Local Government 209https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1967-683909721/08/2015 9:46:09 AMDebates Dissolution Legislature of New South Wales Index to Subjects Index to Speeches CONTENTS pp. l to 4442 4443 pp. iii to viii ]pp. ix to lv Jpp lvii to cxxii iii LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTII WALES GOVERNOR: (Sworn 20th January, 1966 His Excellency Sir ARTHUR RODEN CuTLER, upon Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis, Q.C. Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph Cahill, The Honourable James Edward 215https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 32nd Parliament 1938-39-404192984/03/2016 4:12:10 AMSECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SECOND PARLIAMENT The House met at Mahe o'clock at Noon, pursuant to Proclanaatioa of Ms Excellency the Governor, bearing date the sixth day of June, 1938 The Clerk, by direction of Mr. Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, fat 'Km Seem \VA/Ms, fBy His Excellency the Right Homotrable 3-011KI>E VERE, TO WIT BARON WARRIIIIIST, Knight Oeiumander IA the Most 129https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1944-45.pdf3906821/08/2015 10:24:39 AMi ' Legislature of New South Wa.les: Governor Lieutenant-Governor The ~:foKell ~Iinistry CONTENTS nembers of the Legislative Council !\[embers of the Legislative Assembly Index to Subjects Index to Speeches Debates (Volumes clxxv to clxxvii) Prorogation iii iii iii vii Xli:XiX pp 1-290~ p. 290;1 / LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES JoHN JoSEPH CAHILL, l\LL, .A. Local Government 9. Cahill, The Ron 137https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
Votes - 46th Parliament 19814193054/03/2016 4:13:41 AMFOURTH SESSION OF THE FORTY-SIXTH PARLIAMENT WEDNESDAY, 12 AUGUST, 1981 House met at 12 o'clock at noon, pursuant to a Proclamation of His Excellency the Governor, bearing the date the twenty-fourth day of June, 1981 The Clerk, by direction of Mr Speaker, read a copy of the said Proclamation, as follows By His Excellency Air Marshal Sir JAMES ANTHONY "NEW SOUTH WALES RowLAND, Knight Commander of the 141https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/HHP/Pre1991/Votes/VotespdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1968-693909921/08/2015 9:41:12 AMDebates Prorogation Legislature of New South Wales Index to Speeches f; CONTENTS pp. 1 to 5529 p. 5531 pp. ii to viii pp. ix to lxxv pp. lxxvii to clxxxiii ii LEGISLATURE OF NEW SOUlH WALES GOVERNOR: (Sworn 20th January, 1966 Hi1 Excellency Sir ARTHUR RODEN CUTLER, upon whom has Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis, Q.C. Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph Cahill, The Honourable James Edward 399https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1994 Index.pdf3912917/02/2011 11:53:27 AMINDEX TO PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD) 1 March 1994 to 5 December 1994 INDEX TO SUBJECTS Explanation of Abbreviatiom: int Aborigines: Aboriginal: Health Coordinators 3237 Land Council Funding 5764 6225 of Tie for Discussion 2091 2174 2218 Bill Restored 5533 5766 Consideration of Urgent Motions: Cahill Expressway Documentation 3834 Days and Hours of Sitting 5807 6142 Gardens of Stone National Park 898https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
1961-623909021/08/2015 9:56:16 AMDebates Dissolution J_.egislature of New South Wales Index to Subjects Index to Speeches 6 CONTENTS pp. 1 to 3507 · 3508 pp. iii to vii pp. ix to xlvii pp. xlix to cxiii iii LEGISLATURE oF· NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNOR: (Sworn 1st August, 1957) His Excellency LIEUTENANT-GENERAL Ph.D. Budd, The Honourable Harry Vincent (a). Cahill, The Honourable Cedric Alan Francis Cahill, The Honourable Cyril Joseph 185https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/hansard/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfGeneral Document
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