Natal Indian Congress
|Proposed Round Table Conference||
We are in receipt of your letter of the 30th July 1946
In reply to your letter of the 12th February 1946 we replied the same day stating, that we had appointed Dr.G.M. Naicker, Messrs M.D.Naldoo and A.I Meer
|Copy - F.N. Broome correspondence. Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
At a meeting of the Commission held on the 3rd November, 1944, the Indian situation as it had then developed was discussed by the Commission. The Commission came to a unanimous decision that a Provincial body, namely the Post War Works and Reconstruction Commission had been conducting an
|Preliminary Statement to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
We the officials of the Natal Indian Congress an organization representing the Indian Community of Natal beg to submit this.....
|Memorandum on Epilepsy, Deafness, Blindness and similar Physical Defects submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Gentlemen, 'The Terms of Reference' of your Commission affirm that your enquiry apart from other factors is to enquire into and report upon:-
|Preliminary statement submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
We, the officials of the Natal Indian Congress an organization representing the Indian Community of Natal beg to submit this our preliminary statement on the subject matters of your Enquiry....
|Memorandum submitted to the Indian Doctors in Durban||
Owing to the serious decline in the health of the Indian Population in Natal it has been decided by the Indian Medical practitioners of Durban to appear before you and to submit a Report on the present Health condition prevalent.....
|Memorandum presented by the Stanger and District Branch||
Re: Natal Indian Judicial Commission.
We enclose herewith copy of Memorandum presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission by our Branch of Congress
|Department of Post, Telegraphs, Interior and Public Health||
His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has been pleased in terms of section two of Act No. 22 of 1936.....
|F N Broome. Esq, K.C., M.C. Chairman - Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Sir, At a meeting of the Commission held on the 3rd November 1944 the Indian situation as it had then developed was discussed by the Commission.....
|Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Natal Indian Judicial Commission - Memoranda.......
|Memorandum on Education||
An enquiry into the measure of social advancement made by the Indian community in Natal should employ for its standard of judgement the enlightened principle s of social progress embodied in the "Uplift Clause" of the Cape Town Agreement (1927).
|Statement presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
Re: Falkirk Dispute.
Herewith copy of the resolution passed by the workers yesterday and copy of my letter to Mr. Fyfe. Both speak for themselves, will you please help to get the matter closed......
|Tongaat and District Branch. Statement presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
We thank you for the opportunity to place before you this statement from Tongaat and Districts Branch of the Natal Indian Congress....
|Memorandum on Civic Status||
The world is asking of its peoples how best to organize and govern in the interests of all recognizing that I only by serving the interests of all can peace and security be established.......
|Memorandum on Public Health||
The Indian population in the municipal area of Durban, according to census figures of 1936, was 80,486, being one-third of the City. Including the added areas the Indian population is at present estimated at 92,183....
|Natal Indian Judicial Commission - Memoranda||
Although Indian Education has shown a steady and remarkable expansion since the education Commission of 1936, there is a very large number of Indian children for whom no school accommodation is available.....
|The Deputation from the Natal Indian Congress||
Waited on the Prime Minister in his room. The Prime Minister received the Deputation at 11am. There were present beside the Prime Minister: Senator C F Clarkson, Minister of .......
|Areas Reservation and Immigration and Registration (Further Provision) Bill, 1925.||
Commerce, Immigrants regulations, Mr Gandhi, Asiatics, Areas Reservation
|Report of the Deputation to Capetown to wait upon the Hon. The Minister and Members of Parliament||
Report of the Deputation to Capetown to wait upon the Hon. The Minister and Members of Parliament
|Letter from the Natal Indian Congress to the City Council||
Re : Alleged Indian Penetration
We wrote to you on the 23rd ultimo and forwarded certain resolutions and declarations of policy. We have your acknowledgement dated 26th ultimo....