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Agency ID9658
TitleHarrisville - Rosevale Road and Bridges Board
Agency TypeLocal government authority
Start Date 18/6/1902
End Date 26/5/1904
Date NotesN/A

Joint authority responsilbe for bridge and road maintenance

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Series IDTitleFromTo
3799Letterbook 29/4/1902 16/4/1904
6154Minute Book 18/6/1902 14/12/1903
18776Correspondence and Papers 18/6/1902 6/8/1904
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Controlling Agencies

Agency IDTitleFromTo
123Home Secretary's Office 18/6/1902 26/5/1904
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Controlled Agencies

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Previous Agencies

Agency IDTitle
9656Black Gully Bridge Board
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Subsequent Agencies

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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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Information Sources

Queensland Government Gazette, Jan-June 1902, Vol LXXVIII, Vol 82
Queensland Government Gazette, Jan-June 1904, Vol LXXXII, No 127, p 1603
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Establishing Local Authorities (Joint Action) Act of 1886
Abolishing N/A
Administered Divisional Boards Act of 1887
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The Harrisville-Rosevale Road and Bridges Board was established as a Joint Local Authority on 18 June 1902. It was constituted by the union of the Boards of the Divisions of Goolman, Normanby and Mutdapilly.

The Board was constituted for the purpose of:
- maintaining that portion of the Harisville-Rosevale road which extends from Harrisville Railway Station to Warrill Creek, including the bridge over Warrill Creek and the approaches thereto,
- maintaining the Black Gully Bridge and the approaches thereto,
- making and enforcing by-laws for preventing injury to and for regulating traffic over the said portion of the Harrisville Rosevale road, the Black Gully Bridge

This Joint Local Authority consisted of five members, of whom two were elected by the Goolman Divisional Board, two by the Normanby Divisional Board and one by the Mutdapilly Divisional Board

The Harrisville-Rosevale Road and Bridges Board was dissolved by Order in Council on 26 May 1904. All the rights, assets and liabilities of the board were apportioned to Normanby Shire Council.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID9658, Harrisville - Rosevale Road and Bridges Board
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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