Agency Details

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Agency ID9656
TitleBlack Gully Bridge Board
Agency TypeLocal government authority
Start Date 13/2/1892
End Date 4/8/1894
Date NotesN/A
Abstract

Joint authority responsible for bridge construction

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Series

Series IDTitleFromTo
18776Correspondence and Papers 1/1/1892 4/8/1894
6154Minute Book 27/2/1892 4/8/1894
3892Petty Cash Account 17/6/1893 1/7/1894
3799Letterbook 4/7/1893 1/8/1894
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Controlling Agencies

Agency IDTitleFromTo
107Colonial Secretary's Office 13/2/1892 4/8/1894
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Previous Agencies

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Subsequent Agencies

Related Agencies

Agency IDTitleRelationship
1436Mutdapilly Divisional BoardPart of Joint Local Authority
1450Normanby Divisional BoardPart of Joint Local Authority
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Finding Aids

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Publication Notes
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Remarks

Information Sources

Queensland Government Gazette, Jan-April 1892, Vol LV, No 48, p 553
Queensland Government Gazette, July dec 1894, Vol LXII, No 30, p 267
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Legislation

Establishing Local Authorities (Joint Action) Act of 1886
Abolishing Local Authorities (Joint Action) Act of 1886
Administered Divisional Boards Act of 1887
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Description
ESTABLISHMENT:
The Black Gully Bridge Board was established on 13 February 1892 as a joint Local Authority. It was constituted by the union of the Boards of the Divisions of Goolman, Normanby and Mutdapilly.

FUNCTIONS:
The Board was constituted for the construction of a bridge over Black Gully, near Harrisville, and for the formation of the approaches thereto.

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE:
This Joint Local Authority consisted of five members, of whom two shall be electedby the Goolman Divisional Board, two by the Normanby Divisional Board and one by the Mutdapilly Divisional Board

ABOLITION:
The Black Gully Bridge Board was dissolved by order in council on 4 August 1894.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID9656, Black Gully Bridge Board
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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