|Supplementary Agenda. Items for consideration at te Executive Committee meeting||
Intermixing of Europeans and Non Europeans.
The following circular letter was sent to all local Authorities on the ....
|Indian Penetration in Natal and the Occupation Control Draft Ordinance||
By direction of Conference I have the honor to transmit for your information and kind consideration the text of a resolution adopted by the Association at its annual meeting held......
|Reports of the Acts and Proceedings of the Executive of the Natal Municipal Association during its Financial Year ended 21.7.1944 for submission to the Fortieth Annual Conference of the Association to be held at Port Shepstone||
Members will know nevertheless that no progress has been made in the matter during the past year.....
|Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
When Standing Counsel appeared on behalf of the City Council before the Select Committee of the Natal Provincial Council on the last occasion in connection with the Draft Occupation Control Ordinance...
|Memorandum for General Purpose Committee. Interview ith Prime Minister re: Draft Occupation Control||
The Council on 9th July 1944 appointed a deputation to wait on the Right Hon. the Prime Minister for the purpose of enabling the views of the.....
|Letter to the Department of the Interior||
At a meeting of my Council's Special Committee re Indian Affairs which was held a few days ago, I was directed to inform you that the members of the Committee have reason to believe that the Government's Law Advisor have expressed.....
|Minutes of Special Committee re : Indian Affairs meeting held Friday...Present : The Mayor(Councillor R Ellis Brown, J. P. - Chairman)||
The Town Clerk's Legal Adviser explained that recently when Standing Counsel appeared before the Selected Committee on behalf of the City Council he had indicated to the Selected Committee...
|Draft Occupation Control Ordinance, 1944 and Memorandum of Draft Amendments suggested by Standing Counsel||
To make provision for the licensing, regulation and control of the residential purpose of dwelling by persons of certain racial groups in boroughs.....
|Memorandum submitted to the Tight Honourable the Prime Minister by His Worship the Mayor of Durban, on Behalf of the Durban City Council||
The Durban City Council has sought this interview with the Right honorable the Prime Minister in earnest hope that it may assist towards finding a solution for the problem of how the great races who inhabit its great....
|Resume of the proceedings at the interview on the Occupation Control Ordinance to replace the Pegging Act||
Resume of the proceedings at the interview on the Occupation Control Ordinance to replace the Pegging Act
|Memorandum to the Town Clerk on the Select Committee on the Draft Occupation Control Ordinance||
The Town Clerk will have noticed from the Press Announcement which appeared this morning that the Selected Committee concluded its present session late yesterday evening.....
|Second Report of General purposes Committee||
The City Council on 23m June, 1944, authorized that Standing Counsel (Mr. Advocate F. R. Shaw, K.C.).....
|Memorandum submitted to the Selected Committee on the Occupation Control||
Subject to the acceptance of the submission put forward in this memorandum, the Durban City Council welcomes the proposal that the....
|Minutes of Special Committee Meeting re. Indian Affairs||
The Town Clerk read explanatory memorandum dated 3rd July 1944 by the Town Clerks Legal Advisor in reference to the basis of the evidence and submissions which it was proposed the City Council.......
|Preliminary Notice of July Quarterly Meeting||
Town Clerks and Secretaries are respectfully reminded that the July Quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee will take place........
|Occupation Control Ordinance||
Notes for the meeting with Administrator
1. Indian Penetration is not a single isolated problem.
|Record of Proceedings at the June Quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee||
The President indicated that apologies for unavoidable absence had been tendered on behalf of Newcastle, Glencore, Stanger and Westville......
|Minutes of Special Committee. re. Indian Affairs||
In briefly reviewing the conclusions tentatively reached by the Committee at its previous meeting the Chairman mentioned that standing Counsel had been invited to be present with to guiding...
|Notes taken at Special Committee and Indian Affairs meeting||
The Chairman explained to Standing Counsel that as a result of a meeting of the Special Committee held the previous day....
|Secretarial Circular - Draft Ordinance to replace the Pegging||
The first item for discussion on the Agenda at next Friday's meeting of the Executive is the Draft....