|Memorandum on the subject of the Indian Problem in Natal||
This Delegation is from the Durban Joint Wards Committee, which said Committee comprises representatives from each of the Municipal Wards and Burgesses Associations of the City of Durban, and was specially appointed to deal with the Natal Indian Problem. Its objects are:
|Indian Penetrations and the Pegging Act||
By Direction there is transmitted herewith text of the official interview accorded to the Press by Mr J W Sinclair J P as President of the Association....
|Meeting on the Problem of Indian Penetration in Natal||
In consonance with the resolution adopted at the Newcastle Conference asking him to give hearing to the Association on the problem of Indian penetrations in Natal.....
|Record of the proceedings at the December Quarterly meeting of the Executive at Pietermaritzburg||
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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:,
|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
|Memorandum of the Natal Indian Association||
In conformity with your wishes as manifested by the Terms of Reference there was honest and in many cases successful attempt of the part of the representatives of the Association on the Lawrence Committee to dissuade Indians from purchasing properties in what are regarded as predominantly Europea
|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....
|MINUTES OF THE INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED BY THE DURBAN CITY COUNCIL AND NATAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION AT THE REQUEST OF THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR||
In the unavoidable absence of the Honourable the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Geake, Principal Immigration Officer, Durban, presided over the meeting. Mr. Geake reviewed the appointment of the Joint Committee in pursuance of the followings terms of reference :
|Letter from the Durban City Council dated 28 Feb 1940||
I have been informed by the Honourable the Minister of the Interior that he has deputed you to act for him in regards to the formation and functioning of a Joint Committee to be composed .........
|STATEMENT BY NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS ON QUESTION OF PENETRATION||
The Natal Indian Congress feels it incumbent upon itself to comment upon the telegram from the Hon.
|JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE DURBAN CITY COUNCIL AND NATAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION AT THE REQUEST OF THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR||
The City Council's representatives upon the Joint Committee will observe that there has been included in the agenda of the first meeting, as the second item of the Committee's business, the item "Arrangement of Procedure etc."
|Letters from the Durban Burgesse Association||
At a meeting of the Executive Committee of this Association held yesterday evening, the dual project of the Government to set up a Judicial Enquiry Commission and to establish a Joint Committee in relation with the above subject was discussed at length......
|A meeting of the Committee of the Natal Indian Congress was held on Sunday 18th February, 1940.||
The question of the alleged penetration by Indians of European areas and the appointment of a judicial commission and the establishment of a joint Committee of representatives of the Durban City Council and the Natal In:'l.ian Association were fully discussed and the following declaration of poli
|Letter from the Office of the Minister of the Interior and Public Health to the Durban City Council dated 16th January 1940||
Dear Mr Mayor,
I wish to confirm my telegram of todays date reading as follows-:
"Understand from Press reports that General Purpose Committee recommend refusal by City Council of suggestion by Department.........
|Meeting held between the City Council and Natal Indian Association||
A Special meeting of the above Committee will be held in No. 5 Committee Room, Municipal Buildings, an Wednesday next, 27th March, 1940, at 2.50 p.m. for the purpose of interviewing Land and Estate Agents in Durban on the points contained in the attached circular letter.....
|Memorandum to the Town Clerk / Lawrence Committee : Memorandum By Natal Indian Association||
I have examined very carefully the memorandum submitted by the Natal Indian Association on the 29th May last upon which the Council members of the Lawrence Committee have so far been unable to come to any decision.....
|Minutes of the City Council dated 22nd Oct 1940||
We have reported that Councillor D G Shepstone has resigned from this Committee by Letter dated 14th October 1940.
|City of Durban Mayor's Minutes for the Year Ended 30 September 1940||
The development and progress of our City on scientific lines is an aspect of the Council's activities which the , Council has kept well in mind for many years, and for the improvements which have been effected in the layout of the more modem portions of the city, we have good reason to thank the
|Minutes of the City Council dated 22nd Nov 1940||
The recommendation of the Finance Committee contained in Section 9 of the Report be and it is hereby adopted and that Councillor Peterson be furnished with particulars of employees cars taken over by the City Council.....
|Memorandum from the Natal Indian Association to the Durban City Council||
Your letter of the 18th .March, 1941, addressed to Mr. S. Rustomjee of the Natal Indian Association has been referred to me. I have been asked to reply to same by the Natal Indi.an Associations' representatives on the Lawrence Committee.