AU WA A1877 - ROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED TO INQUIRE INTO MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE GREAT BOULDER PERSERVERANCE GOLD MINING COMPANY LTD

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Royal Commission

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ROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED TO INQUIRE INTO MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE GREAT BOULDER PERSERVERANCE GOLD MINING COMPANY LTD

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AU WA A1877

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Dates of existence

1904-08-31 - 1904-12-31

History

On 31 August 1904, Edmund Power Dowley, Robert Donald McKenzie and Francis Bowen Allen were appointed Royal Commissioners to inquire into all or any of the matters pertaining to the estimates of values of ore reserves in the Great Boulder Perserverance Gold Mine that had been made, and made public during the year 1904, and the share transactions consequent thereon, and to make recommendations as to any action which should be taken in respect of such transactions, and to any legislative proposals which it may be desirable to submit to Parliament with the view of obtaining greater security for the investing public. Dowley was appointed Chair of the Royal Commission.

The Royal Commission's report was completed on 31 December 1904.

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Series S4687 - REPORT [INCLUDING TRANSCRIPT OF EVIDENCE]

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1904-09-16 - 1904-12-31

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Draft

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