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Series ID17861
Previous System LocationTR1307/1; PRV14612
TitlePremiers' Conferences/Australian Loan Council - Meetings, Papers and Reports
Parent Series
This series does not have a parent series.
Start Date Circa 1/1/1902
End Date Circa 31/12/1985
Date Statement N/A
Date Notes N/A
Abstract

Reports of proceedings, debates, resolutions, etc. of conferences and meetings involving the Commonwealth, premiers, treasurers, state ministers, and the Australian Loan Council.

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Items Total Items: 231
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Departmental NumbersN/A
System of Arrangement Roughly chronological by conference/meeting date.
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Agency IDTitleFromTo
12Treasury Department 1/1/1902 31/12/1985
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Access Category30 Years
Access ProcedurePermission to access restricted material by responsible agency
Agency Now Responsible
Agency ID: 11652
Queensland Treasury
Restriction DetailsN/A
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Related Series

Series IDTitleRelationship
17862Australian Loan Council MinutesOther Loan Council records
20826Intergovernmental Relations [Minutes, Agenda Papers and Conference Proceedings]Some Australian Loans Council minutes and Premiers' Conference proceedings in this series
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Copyright State of Queensland
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Remarks

Reports and papers of the various conferences and of the Loan Council meetings are sometimes bound together, or intermingled. They have been arranged chronologically.
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Information Sources

Australian Government, "Budget", "Australian Loan Council Arrangements", viewed on 30 November 2007,
http://www.budget.gov.au/2005-06/bp3/html/bp3_main-14.htm
Australian Government, The Treasury, "Accrual Uniform Presentation Framework - Loan Council Reporting", viewed on 30 November 2007,
http://www.treasury.gov.au/documents/186/HTML/docshell.asp?URL=loancouncil.asp
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Description

This series consists of reports of proceedings, debates, resolutions, etc. of conferences involving the Commonwealth, premiers, treasurers and other state ministers and also reports, meeting minutes and agenda papers of the Australian Loan Council. These records cover a range of financial agreements between the Commonwealth and State Governments, and have been compiled in one series by Treasury.

Conferences records are variously titled "Premiers' Conference", "Conference of Commonwealth and State Ministers", "Interstate Conference", etc. Included are reports of meetings between the Commonwealth and Premiers, between the Commonwealth and State Ministers, between all State Treasurers, etc.

The Australian Loan Council is a Commonwealth-State Ministerial Council, established in 1928, to coordinate public sector borrowing. It comprises the Australian Government Treasurer as Chairman, and state and territory Treasurers. Loan Council records include meetings, agendas, agenda papers, reports, appendices, etc.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Series ID 17861, Premiers' Conferences/Australian Loan Council - Meetings, Papers and Reports
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Last updated 9 September 2016
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0) ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/ )
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