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Butler passes PMGD examination for appointment as Telegraph Messenger with an unexceptional 241st place within Melbourne and suburbs

Examination No. 2311. For Appointment as Telegraph Messenger. Held 16th November, 1940. THE candidates named hereunder were successful at the above examination. The eligibility of the successful candidates for appointment will cease on 18th December, 1941. If a successful candidate changes his address he should immediately notify the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Melbourne or Adelaide. VICTORIA. Melbourne and Suburbs.

  • Order of Merit. Name. Total Marks.
  • 1 Cotter, John James 382 . . .
  • 241 Butler, Richard Edmund 315[1]

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Barton is appointed to the PMGD as Telegraph Messenger following on from passing the entry examination

APPOINTMENTS, RETIREMENTS AND DISMISSALS. THE following appointments, retirements and dismissals are notified by the Public Service Board:— . . . APPOINTMENTS. . . Postmaster-General's Department. . . . Victoria. Telegraph Messenger, Fourth Division.— Morris Matthews, Vernon James Shaw, Terence Michael O'Brien, Henry Leslie Storey, Barry Glen Thomas, Stanley Gordon Silva, David Samuel Payne Davies, Geoffrey James Craig, Brian Daniel McCarthy, Robert George Baker, Geoffrey Mordaunt Dew, Richard Edmund Butler, Frank Biggs, Ernest William Twomey, Maurice Joseph Crotty, Ronald Charles Mclntyre, Vernon Dalton, John William Day, Thomas Francis McGrath, Edmund Leo Broadbent, Norman Henry Dunstan, Neil Stanley Grimwood, Alexander Donald McDonnell, John Aloysius McMahon. [2]

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Butler passes the entry examination for appointment as PMGD Junior Mechanic, with an unexceptional 437 marks

EXAMINATIONS. Examination No. 2351. For Appointment or Transfer as Junior Mechanic, all States. Held 27th September, 1941. THE candidates named hereunder were successful at the examination. The eligibility of the successful candidates for appointment will cease on 17th December, 1942. (2) Should a successful candidate change his address, he should immediately inform the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector of his State of his new address.

  • VICTORIA. Officers of the Service.
  • Order of Merit. Name. Total Marks.
  • 1 Carboon, Glen Francis 531 . . .
  • 8 Butler, Richard Edmund 437[3]

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Butler passes examination for transfer as Clerk, Third Division with respectable 4th place in Victoria

Examination No. 2412. For Transfer as Clerk, Third Division, Canberra, and all States. Held 7th November, 1942, and subsequent dates. THE following are the names of the candidates, in their order of merit, who were successful. 2. Except as provided in Regulation 177, the eligibility of successful candidates for transfer will expire on 27th January, 1944.

  • Victoria.
  • Order of Merit. Name. Total Marks.
  • 1 Brown, Gordon Allan 1303
  • 4 Butler, Richard Edmund 1201[4]
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Butler provisionally promoted as Leave Clerk, Staff Section, Central Office, Department of Labour and National Service

COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. PROMOTIONS — SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109. THE following promotions are provisional and subject to appeal by officers to the Public Service Board, and, where consequent upon another provisional promotion, shall be dependent upon the latter being confirmed. Appeals should be lodged, either by letter or telegram, within twenty-one days of the date of this notification, as follows:— (a) if the promotion is to be made in a State, with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector in the capital city of that State; (b) if the promotion is to be made in the Australian Capital Territory, with the Public Service Inspector in Canberra, unless the promotion is to be made to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department, in which case the officer shall lodge his appeal with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Sydney; (c) if the promotion is to be made in the Northern Territory — (i) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Brisbane, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Department of Trade and Customs; (ii) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Adelaide, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department; (iii) with the Public Service Inspector, Canberra, in other cases. An appellant shall forward his appeal direct to the Public Service Inspector, and the following particulars in respect of his permanent position should be set out at the foot of the appeal:— Full name (block letters). Age (in years). Designation. Standard salary scale. Office or Branch Department. Under Section 50(7a) of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, the Board may regard an appeal as having been made against a provisional promotion notified hereunder by any officer who, at any time within the time prescribed for lodging an appeal, is absent on leave for war service, or is absent from Australia on official duty. Where an officer desires to appeal against two or more provisional promotions a separate appeal should be lodged in respect of each. The grounds of appeal must be as prescribed in Section 50 of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, viz.:— (1) Where a promotion is to be made to a position prescribed in Regulation 109g, viz.:— Assistant Grade 1 — female; Assistant, Grade 2 — male or female; Labourer; Lift Attendant; Lineman, Grade 2; Line Foreman, Grade 1; Mail Officer; Postal Assistant, Grade 1; Postal Assistant (Mail); Postal Clerk (Fourth Division); Senior Postal Clerk, Grade 1; Assistant Storeman; Storeman, Grade 1; Storeman, Grade 2; Telegraphist (Fourth Division); Quarantine Assistant, Grade 1; Searcher and Watchman — that the appellant is senior to the officer provisionally promoted and is efficient. (2) In other cases — (a) Superior efficiency; or (b) Equal efficiency combined with seniority. (N.B.— Where positions have been the subject of an Arbitration Determination, the salary scales shown are those prescribed by Determinations.) . . . .

  • Department of Labour and National Service — continued. Administrative Branch, Secretarial. Victoria — continued.
  • Name. Present Designation and Station. Position to which Promoted. Salary on Promotion. £. Date of Promotion.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund,
    • Clerk (£96-£318), Third Division, unattached, Department of Labour and National Service, Victoria;
    • Clerk (£300-£366), Third Division, Staff Section, Central Office. New office created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 46/564)
    • £340, 18.7.48
  • Duties.— Leave Clerk.[5]
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Butler fails to secure his provisional promotion of 18 July 1946 (9 months earlier)

PROMOTIONS — COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 1922-1946. THE Public Service Board has — . . . (2) Cancelled the undermentioned provisional promotions as notified in the Gazelles indicated:— Charles Arthur Allen, 23rd January, 1947; Rov Edward Bullock, 30th May, 1946; Jack Sydney Brigden, Victor Kenneth Peak, Richard Edmund Butler, Colin William Conron, Raymond Joseph Donnellan. 18th July, 1946; Donald William Anderson Aistrope, 25th July, 1946; Eric Charles Fry, 1st August, 1946; Austin Philip Carey, 3rd October, 1946; Alvia May Warnick, 10th October, 1946; Clarence James Hewett, 14th November, 1946.[6]

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Butler again provisionally promoted as Officer-in-Charge, Leave Sub-section, Central Office, Department of Labour and National Service

COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. PROMOTIONS-SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109. THE following promotions are provisional and subject to appeal by officers to the Public Service Board, and, where consequent upon another provisional promotion, shall be dependent upon the latter being confirmed. Appeals should be lodged, either by letter or telegram, within twenty-one days of the date of this notification, as follows:— (a) if the promotion is to be made in a State, with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector in the capital city of that State; (b) if the promotion is to be made in the Australian Capital Territory, with the Public Service Inspector in Canberra, unless the promotion is to be made to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department, in which case the officer shall lodge his appeal with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Sydney; (c) if the promotion is to be made in the Northern Territory — (i) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Brisbane, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Department of Trade and Customs; (ii) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Adelaide, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department; (iii) with the Public Service Inspector, Canberra, in other cases. An appellant shall forward his appeal direct to the Public Service Inspector, and the following particulars in respect of his permanent position should be set out at the foot of the appeal:— Full name (block letters). Age (in years). Designation. Standard salary scale. Office or Branch. Department. Under Section 50(7a) of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, the Board may regard an appeal as having been made against a provisional promotion notified hereunder by any officer who, at any time within the time prescribed for lodging an appeal, is absent on leave for war service, or is absent from Australia on official duty. Where an officer desires to appeal against two or more provisional promotions a separate appeal should be lodged in respect of each. The grounds of appeal must be as prescribed in Section 50 of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, viz.:— (1) Where a promotion is to be made to a position prescribed in Regulation 109g, viz.:— Assistant Grade 1 — female; Assistant, Grade 2 — male or female; Labourer; Lift Attendant; Lineman, Grade 2; Line Foreman, Grade 1; Mail Officer; Postal Assistant, Grade 1; Postal Assistant (Mail); Postal Clerk (Fourth Division); Senior Postal Clerk, Grade 1; Assistant Storeman; Storeman, Grade 1; Storeman, Grade 2; Telegraphist (Fourth Division); Quarantine Assistant, Grade 1; Searcher and Watchman — that the appellant is senior to the officer provisionally promoted and is efficient. (2) In other cases — (a) Superior efficiency; or (b) Equal efficiency combined with seniority. (N.B.— Where positions have been the subject of an Arbitration Determination, the salary scales shown are those prescribed by Determinations.)

  • DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR. AND NATIONAL SERVICE.
  • Name. Present Designation and Station. Position to which Promoted. Salary on Promotion. £. Date of Promotion.
  • Administrative, Branch, Secretariat, Victoria.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund
    • Clerk (£108-£360), Unattached, Third Division, Department of Labour and National Service, Central Staff
    • Clerk (£312-£366), Third Division, Staff Section, Central Office, Melbourne, vice R. E. Ervin, promoted
    • £370 17.4.47
    • Duties.— Officer-in-Charge Leave Sub-Section.[7]
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Butler included in the list of federal public servants as at 30 June 1946

INDEX TO LIST OF PERMANENT OFFICERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE ON 30th JUNE, 1946.

  • Name. Page. No. on Page.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund 443 13[8]
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Butler transfers at level within his Branch at Department of Labour and National Service.

TRANSFER TO ADVERTISED VACANCIES.

  • Name of Transferee. Designation and location of former position. Position to which transferred. Gazette No. and date of notification of vacancy.
  • Department of Labour and National Service.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund
    • Clerk (£312-£396), Third Division, Staff Section, Administrative Bianch, Secretariat, Central Office
    • Clerk (£312-£396), Third Division, Staff Section, Administrative Branch, Secretariat, Central Office
    • Gazette No. 6 of 20th January, 1949[9]
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Butler further promoted as Leave and temporary employment Clerk, Postmaster-General's Department

COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. PROMOTIONS-SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109. THE following promotions are provisional and subject to appeal by officers to the Public Service Board, and, where, consequent upon another provisional promotion, shall be dependent upon the latter being confirmed. Appeals should be lodged, either by letter or telegram, within twenty-one days of the date of this notification, as follows:— (a) if the promotion is to be made in a State, with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector in the capital city of that State; (b) if the promotion is to be made in the Australian Capital Territory, with the Public Service Inspector in Canberra, unless the promotion is to be made to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department, in which case the officer shall lodge his appeal with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Sydney; (c) if the promotion is to be made in the Northern Territory — (i) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Brisbane, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Department of Trade and Customs; (ii) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Adelaide, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department; (iii) with the Public Service Inspector, Canberra, in other cases. An appellant shall forward his appeal direct to the Public Service Inspector, and the following particulars in respect of his permanent position should be set out at the foot of the appeal:— Full name (blook letters). Age (in years). Designation. Standard Salary scale. Office or Branch. Department. Appeals not lodged with the appropriate Commonwealth Public Service Inspector within the prescribed period will not be accepted. Under Section 50(7a) of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, the Board may regard an appeal as having been made against a provisional promotion notified hereunder by any officer who, at any time within the time prescribed for lodging an appeal, is absent on leave for war service, or is absent from Australia on official duty. Where an officer desires to appeal against two or more provisional promotions a separate appeal should be lodged in respect of each. The grounds of appeal must be as prescribed in Section 50 of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, viz.:— (1) Where a promotion is to be made to a position prescribed in Regulation 109g, viz.:— Assistant, Grade 1 — female; Assistant, Grade 2 — male or female; Labourer; Lift Attendant; Lineman, Grade 2; Line Foreman, Grade 1; Mail Officer; Postal Assistant, Grade 1; Postal Assistant (Mail); Postal Clerk (Fourth Division); Senior Postal Clerk, Grade 1; Assistant Storeman; Storeman, Grade 1; Storeman, Grade 2; Telegraphist (Fourth Division); Quarantine Assistant, Grade 1; Searcher and Watchman — that the appellant is senior to the officer provisionally promoted and is efficient. (2) In other cases — (а) Superior efficiency; or (b) Equal efficiency combined with seniority. (N.B.— Where positions have been the subject of an Arbitration Determination, the salary scales shown are those prescribed by Determinations.)

  • POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. Central Staff, Victoria.
  • Name. Present Designation and Station. Position to which Promoted. Salary on Promotion. £. Date of Promotion.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund,
    • Clerk (£312-£396), Third Division, Department of Labour and National Service, Central Staff
    • Clerk (£378-£468), Third Division, Personnel Branch, General Staff and Administration Section, Melbourne. New office created (P.S.B. Certificate No. 49/2159)
    • £502 27.10.49
    • Duties.— Leave and temporary employment Clerk. Good knowledge of relevant Public Service Regulations, Instructions and procedures desirable.[10]
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Butler's promotion within the PMGD is confirmed

PROMOTIONS — COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 1922-1948. THE Public Service Board has — (1) Confirmed the undermentioned provisional promotions as notified in Gazettes indicated:— Charles Kennedy Comans, Robert Burns Hutchison, 9th June, 1949; Kenneth Noel Willis, 14th July, 1949; John Edward Devery, Thomas Patrick Giddens, Frederick Vivian Jones, George John Elliott Lucas, Dennis Sullivan, Gordon James Wilton, Austin Herbert Lander, Percival Alexander Sharpley, Michael O'Brien, Reginald Marshall, Harry Norman Podger, James Lawrence Bush, Herbert Virgil Mouchemore, James Edward Ebenezer Wall, Eugene Gawne, Thomas Wattz, Alexander Herbert Hammerberg, Thomas Edwin Taylor, Thomas Henry Maguire, Alexander McIntosh, Ernest Alexander, George Gallian Nelson, Paul Reginald Johannesen, Charles Claude Dearling, Edward Mervin Sawyers, 11th August, 1949; Keith Allan Dunstan, Robert Holman Andrews, 25th August, 1949; Albert Henry Kaye, 1st September, 1949; Cyril Smith, 15th September, 1949; Keith Chandler, Wilfred Stocker Mattick, Reginald William Walker, Harold Leslie Cook, William Alfrey Parks, Hector Leslie Le Plastrier, 29th September, 1949; Charles James Dunlop, William Francis Rowan, 6th October, 1949; John Robert Martin Gill, John Walter Birkett, Irene Jessie Ruffels, Thomas Joseph Brady, 13th October, 1949; Patrick James Sullivan, Gordon Grant Herron, Robert William Moore, James Raymond Griffiths, Leith Rosslyn More, Graeme John Lindenmayer, Harry Geoff Nowotney, Victor Thomas Jobst, 20th October, 1949; Donald Newell Fairbrother, Richard Henry Clare Cardaw, Walter John Buller Nelsen, Richard Edmund Butler, Richard Davies, Charles Alexander James McRae, 27th October, 1949; Henry William Moller, Wilfred Michael White, 10th November, 1949;[11]

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COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. PROMOTIONS — SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109. THE following promotions are provisional and subject to appeal by officers to the Public Service Board, and, where consequent upon another provisional promotion, shall be dependent upon the latter being confirmed. Appeals should be lodged, either by letter or telegram, within twenty one days of the date of this notification, as fallows:— (a) if the promotion is to be made in a State, with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector in the capital city of that State; (b) if the promotion is to be made in the Australian Capital Territory, with the Public Service Inspector in Canberra, unless the promotion is to be made to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department, in which case the officer shall lodge his appeal with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Sydney; (c) if the promotion is to be made in the Northern Territory — (i) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Brisbane, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Department of Trade and Customs; (ii) with the Commonwealth Public Service Inspector, Adelaide, in the case of a promotion to a vacancy in the Postmaster-General's Department; (iii) with the Public Service Inspector, Canberra, in other cases. An appellant shall forward his appeal direct to the Public Service Inspector, and the following particulars in respect of his permanent position should be set out at the foot of the appeal:— Full name (block letters). Age (in years). Designation. Standard salary scale. Office or Branch. Department. Appeals not lodged with the appropriate Commonwealth Public Service Inspector within the prescribed period will not be accepted. Under Section 50(7a) of the Commonwealth Public Service Act, the Board may regard an appeal as having been made against a provisional promotion notified hereunder by any officer who at any time within the time prescribed for lodging an appeal is absent on leave for war service, or is absent from Australia on official duty. Where an officer desires to appeal against two or more provisional promotions a separate appeal should be lodged in respect of each. The grounds of appeal must be as prescribed in Section 50 of the Commonwealth Public Service Act viz.:— (1) Where a promotion is to be made to a position prescribed in Regulation 109g, viz.:— Assistant, Grade 1 — female; Assistant Grade 2 — male or female; Labourer; Lift Attendant; Lineman, Grade 2; Line Foreman Grade 1; Mail Officer; Postal Officer; Postal Assistant {Mail); Postal Clerk (Fourth Division); Senior Postal Clerk, Grade 1; Assistant Storeman; Storeman; Storeman, Grade 1; Storeman, Grade 2; Telegraphist (Fourth Division); Quarantine Assistant, Grade 1; Searcher and Watchman — that the appellant is senior to the officer provisionally promoted and is efficient. (2) In other cases — (a) Superior efficiency; or (b) Equal efficiency combined with seniority. * Cost of living adjustments payable pursuant to Regulation 106a — (a) Adult male officers, married minors (male) in receipt of allowance under Regulation 87b, and minors (male) occupying positions for which no minor rates are prescribed — £136 per annum; (b) Adult female officers, officers 19 and 20 years of age and minors (female) occupying positions for which no minor rates are prescribed — £91 per annum; (c) Minors (female) and unmarried mmors (male) under 19 years of age — £68 per annum. (N.B.— Where positions have been the subject of an Arbitration Determination, the salary scales shown are those prescribed by Determinations.)

  • POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. Central Staff.
  • Name. Present Designation and Station. Position to which Promoted. Salary on Promotion. (*Exclusive of Cost of Living Adjustment). £. Date of Promotion.
  • Butler, Richard Edmund
    • Clerk (£381-£471), Third Division, Personnel Branch
    • Clerk (£426-£516), Third Division, Personnel Branch, Industrial Section, Melbourne, vice E. E. White, transferred
    • £426 5.10.50
    • Duties.— The treatment of matters arising under Commonwealth Employees' Compensation Act 1930-1948, and the Public Service Arbitrator's Determination (Common Rule re Accidents), &c.[12]
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Statutory Declarations Act 1911-1950. IT is hereby notified for public information that — (a) the persons mentioned in the First Schedule hereunder have this day been appointed by me to be Commissioners for Declarations under the Statutory Declarations Act 1911-1950; and (b) the appointments of the persons mentioned in the Second Schedule hereunder as Commissioners for Declarations under the said Act have this day been determined by me, the said persons having ceased to hold the positions held by them at the time of their respective appointments or their appointments as Commissioners being unnecessary in connexion with the duties of the positions now held by them, as the case may be. First Schedule. . . . (ix) The following officers of the Postmaster-General's Department:— William Patrick Joseph Fogarty, Esqire, of Ballarat, in the State of Victoria, Divisional Engineer. Peter Stanley Neville, Esquire, of Geelong, in the State of Victoria, Divisional Engineer. Harold William Cosgrove Dingle, Esquire, of Melbourne, in the State of Victoria, Clerk, Personnel Branch. Richard Edmund Butler, Esquire, of Melbourne, in the State of Victoria, Clerk, personnel Branch. William Oscar Cooper Deane, Esquire, of Sydney, in the State of New South Wales, Welfare Officer, Personnel Branch. William Charles Kemp, Esquire of Melbourne, in the State of Victoria, Assistant Superintendent, Buildings Branch. Keith Barling, Esquire, of Melbourne, in the State of Victoria, Clerk, Buildings Branch.[13]

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