|Notice of Motion by Councilor A H Youngleson||
There is attached hereto for your information copy of letter dated.......
|Occupation Control Ordinance||
Notes for the meeting with Administrator
1. Indian Penetration is not a single isolated problem.
|P.R. Pather and the Pegging Act of 1943|
|Pamphlet on the Indian Question||
The Secretary has sent me a copy of the above pamphlet and advises that these were being distributed....
Thank you for you letters of the 16th and 29th. I was very glad to hear from you.....
|Permits for Indian Occupation of Dwellings||
We have the honour to inform you that the attention of this Committee has been directed to a report to the effect that application are being made to the authorities.....
|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........
|Presidential Speech of Mr M.A. Motala, delivered at mass meeting under the auspices of the Natal Indian Congress to Protest against the Trading and Occupation of land(Transvaal and Natal) Restriction Bill||
Presidential Speech of Mr M.A. Motala, delivered at mass meeting under the auspices of the Natal Indian Congress to Protest against the Trading and Occupation of land(Transvaal and Natal) Restriction Bill
|Press Statement by the Hon. The Minister of the Interior(Mr H. G. Lawrence K.C.)||
Press Statement my the Hon. The Minister of the Interior(Mr H. G. Lawrence K.C.)
|Proceedings of the Executive Committee for the year 1941-1942||
Provision be made for vesting in the local authority the ownership of private roads which are registered in the names of persons long since deceased......
|Proposed Ordinance to replace the Pegging Act||
Proposed Ordinance to replace the Pegging Act
|Recommendation Letter of the Natal Indian Congress to the Durban City Council||
The Town Clerk
The publication in the Natal Mercury on Saturday 20th December 1941 of certain recommendations by the Council's representatives.....
|Record of meeting of the sub-committee appointed to consider the question of Asiatic Penetration in Urban areas||
Asiatic Penetration Question
A resume of the replies received from the various Boroughs in regard to the extent to which their areas are affected having been circulated...
|Record of Proceedings at the April quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee||
Record of Proceedings at the April quarterly Meeting of the Executive Committee
The President said the Agenda would be somewhat upset as the Administrator was to attend and address the meeting on the subject....
|Record of Proceedings at the first quarterly meeting of the Executive||
Mr Allison felt the proposal was sound and pointed out the ready manner in which....
|Record of Proceedings at the first Quarterly meeting(1940-1941)|
|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......
|Record of the proceedings at the December Quarterly meeting of the Executive at Pietermaritzburg||
Vol 37. File No 174(14) N2250
Mr Buchan said this was a peculiar state of affairs. All Towns had been asked to stay their hands, and yet there was to be a two years wait. There was much confusion resulting from this state and he formally moved:,
|Record pf proceedings at the first quarterly meeting of the Executive||
Delgates assembled by kind invitation in the City Council Chamber...
|Report from Mercury. Indian Penetration - Deputation. Advisory Committee||
Asiatic affairs Advisory Committee.