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1 JohnWarren 4,362,827
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340
...
446 indigobloke 74,154
447 KenLarbalestier 73,934
448 Just4tatts 73,782
449 Mickbrook 73,632
450 Jamesh 73,566
451 dwhisker 73,414

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March 2017 8,731
February 2017 19,012
January 2017 16,858
December 2016 12,326
November 2016 16,705

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1 JohnWarren 4,362,824
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
...
7862 M.L.M 1,198
7863 RobinFletcher 1,198
7864 ltregear 1,197
7865 Mickbrook 1,197
7866 GerriDalton 1,196
7867 MalcolmRobinson 1,196

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Corrections by month

January 2017 28
December 2016 7
November 2016 1,162

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1 mickbrook 72,435
2 murds5 54,106
3 jaybee67 51,712
4 PhilThomas 20,779
5 EricTheRed 20,242

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Corrections by month

March 2017 8,731
February 2017 19,012
January 2017 16,830
December 2016 12,319
November 2016 15,543


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NOTICE TO APPLICANTS FOR MINERAL LEASES. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 16 January 1900 [Issue No.38 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 377 2017-03-27 12:29 [65X8] Department of MinfcB and Agriculture,
N*0!CtCE is hereby given that the undermentioned Mineral Leases are now ready for delivery to the Lessees, and unless the
i Portion
I No.
Peel and Uealla Mining Disteic^
Tinglm 2176'
2177
2195
„ 2197
219'8
2196
2200
„ 2201
„ 2202
T. !fcfiirpliy
Do •••
2T. P. McCrolion
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
„ 104
„ 100
,» 101
„ 102
„ 103
County Hardinge, parish Swinfcon
do do
County Grougli, parish Anderson
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
18 s> »
28 „

2 Oct., „
Tujiut and Adelong Mining Disteict.
WaggaWagga37
3j 38
» 39
» 40
Or. McKenzie
J. S. Butters...
A. Melrose ...
» 11
» 12
„ 13
do do
do do
do do
6 „ „
6 » »
6 }> J>
I H. J. Pollard and another..,]
County Drake, parish Eeybarbin
| 40 0 0 !
New Exgla-Nd Mining District.
Deepwater 305 J
A. (3% Blomfield
I 75 & 77 I
County G-ough, parish Wellington Yalej
30 1 0 1
Mudgee Mikiko Dib!teict,
I ML 3 1
County Btigh, parish *Yarrobil ...
49 0 0 |
Cobar Mining District.'
Grilgunnia 10
Gh A. Greene and others ...
Mil 9
County Blaxland,' parish Mt. Allen > ...
[6518] Department of MinfcB and Agriculture,
NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned Mineral Leases are now ready for delivery to the Lessees, and unless the
Portion
No.
Peel and Uralla Mining District
Tingha 2176
Tingha 2177
Tingha 2195
Tingha 2197
Tingha 2198
Tingha 2196
Tingha 2200
Tingha 2201
Tingha 2202
T. Murphy
T. Murphy
F. P. McCrohon
F. P. McCrohon
F. P. McCrohon
F. P. McCrohon
F. P. McCrohon
F. P. McCrohon
ML 104
ML 100
ML 101
ML 102
ML 103
County Hardinge, parish Swinton
County Hardinge, parish Swinton
County Grough, parish Anderson
County Hardinge, parish Single
County Hardinge, parish Single
County Hardinge, parish Single
County Hardinge, parish Single
County Hardinge, parish Single
18 Sept., 1899
28 Sept., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
2 Oct., 1899
Tumut and Adelong Mining District.
Wagga Wagga 37
Wagga Wagga 38
Wagga Wagga 39
Wagga Wagga 40
G. McKenzie
J. S. Butters
A. Melrose
ML 11
ML 12
ML 13
County Mitchell, parish Westby
County Mitchell, parish Westby
County Mitchell, parish Westby
6 Sept., 1899
6 Sept., 1899
6 Sept., 1899
H. J. Pollard and another.
County Drake, parish Keybarbin
40 0 0
New England Mining District.
Deepwater 305
A. G. Blomfield
75 & 77
County Gough, parish Wellington Vale
30 1 0
Mudgee Mining District
ML 3
County Bligh, parish Yarrobil
49 0 0
Cobar Mining District.'=
Gilgunnia 10
G. A. Greene and others
ML 9
County Blaxland, parish Mt. Allen
TRADE MARKS. January 8th to 13th. Certificates of Trade Mark Issued. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 16 January 1900 [Issue No.37 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 376 2017-03-27 12:23 Tyacte Marks. Office,
S^dae|^L6th. January, 1900.
January %th to IffiK
<7,313. Baron Dr. Von Bodenhausen—A chemically prepared
food, &e. 4th. January, 1900.
7,314. Ayers Henry and Company—Piping and tubing, &c.
7.320. D. & J. Fowler, Limited—Butter. 4th January, 1900.
7.321. Salmon & G-luckstein, Limited—Tobacco, &c. 4th
1 Applications refused.
7,244. James Martin & Co.—Winnowing machines, &c.
7.267. G-roves, McVitty, and Co.—Tea.
7.268. Wm. McLeod—Common soap.
(7,301, TheBrad&haw's G^uideProprietaiy-^-Abook or publication.
Corrections^
7^275:^ A. M.' Bickford and ~SonB—Invthe description" of the
words have been added:—" With the exception of tea."
.7,276. ,A. Ml Bickford* and Sons—In the description of the
words have been added;—" With the exception of
Notice;
Applicants (orr their, agents) for the registration' of "Trade
' Marks'are desired to lodge stereo, or other blocks of their marks,
but in each instance the block-must notexceed four square
W. G. H-WILLIAMS,
SYDNEY*:
Printed and Published by WttLiA.M Apple gate G-ullick,
[Priced 6rf.]
Trade Marks. Office,
Sydney, 16th. January, 1900.
January 8th to 13th
7,313. Baron Dr. Von Bodenhausen — A chemically prepared
food, &c. 4th January, 1900.
7,314. Ayers Henry and Company — Piping and tubing, &c.
7,320. D. & J. Fowler, Limited — Butter. 4th January, 1900.
7,321. Salmon & Gluckstein, Limited — Tobacco, &c. 4th
Applications refused.
7,244. James Martin & Co. — Winnowing machines, &c.
7.267. Groves, McVitty, and Co. — Tea.
7.268. Wm. McLeod — Common soap.
7,301, The Bradshaw's Guide Proprietary - A book or publication.
Corrections
7,275. A. M. Bickford and Sons — In the description of the
words have been added: — " With the exception of tea."
7,276. A. M. Bickford and Sons — In the description of the
words have been added;— " With the exception of
Notice.
Applicants (or their, agents) for the registration of Trade
Marks are desired to lodge stereo, or other blocks of their marks,
but in each instance the block must not exceed four square
W. G. H. WILLIAMS,
SYDNEY:
Printed and Published by William Applegate Gullick,
[Priced 6d.]
PATENTS. Applications, January 8th to 13th. Applications for Letters Patent. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 16 January 1900 [Issue No.37 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 375 2017-03-27 12:19 9.617. A. Christie—Tins for packingi'hiiijt&r. 18thSeptember,"
9.618. H. J. Marks—Car coiqSfcmgs. l/gfch. Sfep^mber, 1899;
9.619. D. M. Carter—Minors. - 39tli Sfpt£mfeer,*1899. *
9.623. Lamson Store Sec*ta^Ctompair^l5ia3ited)A^ttfeuniafci6
despatch terminals, 20fc&13,fy1$mbOr^ 1899&
9.624. Wright's Taper-rotlek®eari)Qgs Sy ndimte ^(Liiiiited)-—
Roller bearings. 20911 Sepfe^aiiberv 1899.
9.625. T. A. Edison—Crushing pr^^idmgirolls.^ 20fcli Septem
ber, 3899.
9.628. W. Ot. Wood—Boieingigl&VeB. 21sTs September? 1899.
9.629. H. Dolter—BltSfcfciifc ti£fcifea~ 21st;Septembor, :X899.
9.632. Gr. Wale—E&isi(^I»op£8^ 22nd Sepfcember,-1899.
9.633. C. E. BernaJ^s^Ware-fenemg. 22nd September, 1899.
9.634. W. S. Gale—Teeth for saws, drills, &c. 22nd September,
9.635. <3-. B. Webb—Measuring faucets. 22nd September,
9.636. J. H. Kellogg—Preparing cereal cakes. 22nd September;
9.637. P. Murphy.—Yalveforflushingcisterns. 23rdSeptember,
9,641. J. F. Mellor—Stripping machines. 25th September,
Certificates of ProvisionaJ^oteotiria is&aed.
9,696. J. W. Bindon—Scoring in cricket matches. 14th
9.698. W. C. E. Savagp—Combination walking-stick and um
brella. 16tha3ctober, 1899.
9.699. J. MS^w^Str^pgr-harVe'Bting machines?* liBfcli October, ,
,18091
9.700. I^P/Glibbdns-^Steaflr boilers. 17th October, 18§9.
9.709. McKay Shoe Machinery Company—Machines for driving
9.710. C. Tilburn—Dredges. 18th October,' 1899/..
9,714. P. Gr. Kelly—Mining and other cages. 20th October,
9,717. A. M. Bust—Marine engines. 20th October, 1899.
9,719. J." Miller—Production of'acetylene or other hydro
6,541. Letters Patent—Machines for making justified lines
of type—Lanston Monotype Mechine.Company- to
(Limited). 3001October,^ 1899.
.7,907. 'Letters Patent—Type-easting and composing machines— i
30th0ctober, 1899.
•7,908. LefctersiPirijeiti^Bi^paring the perforated record strips
* olc machines— Lanston Monotype
to Uii^onotype Machine (Colo
idicate (Bijeifed). 30th October, 1899
W: GKSH-WILLIAMS,
^"Examiner of Patents.
9,617. A. Christie — Tins for packing butter. 18th September,
9,618. H. J. Marks — Car couplings. 18th. Septmber, 1899.
9,619. D. M. Carter — Mirrors. - 19th September, 1899.
9,623. Lamson Store Service Company (limited) - Pnuematic
despatch terminals, 20th September,1899.
9,624. Wright's Taper-roller bearings Syndicate (Limited) -—
Roller bearings. 20th September, 1899.
9,625. T. A. Edison — Crushing or grinding rolls. 20th
September, 1899.
9,628. W. G. Wood — Boxing gloves. 21st September, 1899.
9,629. H. Dolter — Electric traction. 21st September, 1899.
9,632. G. Wale — Kalaidescopes. 22nd September, 1899.
9,633. C. E. Bernays - Wire-fencing. 22nd September, 1899.
9,634. W. S. Gale — Teeth for saws, drills, &c. 22nd September,
9,635. G.. B. Webb — Measuring faucets. 22nd September,
9,636. J. H. Kellogg — Preparing cereal cakes. 22nd September;
9,637. P. Murphy. — Valve for flushing cisterns. 23rd September,
9,641. J. F. Mellor — Stripping machines. 25th September,
Certificates of Provisional Protection issued.
9,696. J. W. Bindon — Scoring in cricket matches. 14th
9,698. W. C. E. Savage — Combination walking-stick and
umbrella. 16th October, 1899.
9,699. J. Morrow - Stripper harvesting machines. 16th October,
1899
9,700. R. P. Gibbons - Steam boilers. 17th October, 1899.
9,709. McKay Shoe Machinery Company — Machines for driving
9,710. C. Tilburn — Dredges. 18th October, 1899..
9,714. P. G. Kelly — Mining and other cages. 20th October,
9,717. A. M. Rust — Marine engines. 20th October, 1899.
9,719. J. Miller — Production of acetylene or other
6,541. Letters Patent — Machines for making justified lines
of type — Lanston Monotype Mechine.Company- to
(Limited). 30thOctober, 1899.
7,907. Letters Patent — Type casting and composing machines —
30th 0ctober, 1899.
7,908. Letters Patent - Preparing the perforated record strips
of type-forming machines — Lanston Monotype
Machine Company to The Monotype Machine (Colonial
Patents) Syndicate (Limiteded). 30th October, 1899
W. G. H. WILLIAMS,
Examiner of Patents.
PATENTS. Applications, January 8th to 13th. Applications for Letters Patent. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 16 January 1900 [Issue No.37 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 375 2017-03-27 12:05 9.412. "Wilfred Joseph Sprus. n, 169, King-street, Sydney,
N.S.W.—Improvements in dynamo electric machines.
11th January, 19C0.
9.413. Wilfred Joseph Spruson, 169, King-street, Sydney,
9,503. Arthur Griffith, 169, Phillip-street, ^Sydney, N.S.W.—
Improvements in circuit-breakers. 12th January,.
Norman)—An improved reversible mattress. 8th
9.614. T. Neal—Zither harp. I8th September, 1899.
9.615. F. J. Odling and W. Jamieson—Magnetic separator^
9.412. Wilfred Joseph Sprus. n, 169, King-street, Sydney,
N.S.W.— Improvements in dynamo electric machines.
11th January, 1900.
9,413. Wilfred Joseph Spruson, 169, King-street, Sydney,
9,503. Arthur Griffith, 169, Phillip-street, Sydney, N.S.W.—
Improvements in circuit-breakers. 12th January,
Norman) — An improved reversible mattress. 8th
9,614. T. Neal — Zither harp. 18th September, 1899.
9,615. F. J. Odling and W. Jamieson — Magnetic separator.
PATENTS. Applications, January 8th to 13th. Applications for Letters Patent. (Government Gazette Notices), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Tuesday 16 January 1900 [Issue No.37 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 375 2017-03-26 09:45 Sydney, 16tli January, 1900.
Applications, Jam a my 8th to ISth.
9.885. John Abram Moffatt, 29, Llewellyn-6treet, Balmain,
near Sydney, N.S.W.—Improvements in or connected
with shop fronts and in stanchions for building pur
9.886. Bernhard Hoffmann, 1, rue Marche aux Herbes, Luxem
bourg (assignee of Q.uintin Marino)—Improvements
9.887. Clarence Quintard Payne, 99, John-street, Manhattan,
City, County, and State of New York, U.S.A.—
Improvements in process of and apparatus for mag
County, New Jersey, U.S.A.—Process of enamelling.
9.889. William Charles Pinnock, Botany Boad, Botany, near
Sydney, N.S.W.—An improved candlestick. 30th Jan
9.890. George Webster, Wigram-street, Parramatta, N.S.W.—
9.891. Lars Christian Nielsen and Peter Valdemar Fredeiik
Petersen, both of Copenhagen, Denmark—Foam
9.892. Robert Skelton, 40 and 41, Aungier-street, Dublin,
Ireland.—Improvements in or relating to ladies cycling
9.893. Bullis Ball-gear Company, Aqueduct Building, Aqueduct
of Frederick Orson Bullis)—Improvements in bevel
9.894. Bullis Ball-gear Company , Aqueduct Building, Aqueduct
of Frederick Orson Bullis)—Improvements in bevel
gears, llth January, 1900.
9.895. Henry James Kimman and Edward Nasli Hurley, both
of Chicago, Cook, Illinois, U.S.A.—Improvements in
adapted to pneumatic hammers. 12tli January, 1900..
9.896. Henry Edward Aykroyd, Glen Rosa, Ilkley, and Paul
England—Improvements in treating celluloid yarns
9.897. Henry Braby, Ayr, Queensland—Improvements in steam
9.898. National Mechanical Directory Company, Rooms 1
Washington Maxwell)—Improvements in mechanical
Sydney, 16th January, 1900.
Applications, January 8th to 13th.
9,885. John Abram Moffatt, 29, Llewellyn-street, Balmain,
near Sydney, N.S.W.— Improvements in or connected
9,886. Bernhard Hoffmann, 1, rue Marche aux Herbes,
Luxembourg (assignee of Quintin Marino)— Improvements
9,887. Clarence Quintard Payne, 99, John-street, Manhattan,
City, County, and State of New York, U.S.A. —
County, New Jersey, U.S.A.— Process of enamelling.
9,889. William Charles Pinnock, Botany Boad, Botany, near
Sydney, N.S.W.— An improved candlestick. 30th
9,890. George Webster, Wigram-street, Parramatta, N.S.W. —
9,891. Lars Christian Nielsen and Peter Valdemar Frederik
Petersen, both of Copenhagen, Denmark— Foam
9,892. Robert Skelton, 40 and 41, Aungier-street, Dublin,
Ireland.— Improvements in or relating to ladies cycling
9,893. Bullis Ball-gear Company, Aqueduct Building, Aqueduct
of Frederick Orson Bullis) — Improvements in bevel
9,894. Bullis Ball-gear Company , Aqueduct Building, Aqueduct
of Frederick Orson Bullis)— Improvements in bevel
gears, 11th January, 1900.
9,895. Henry James Kimman and Edward Nashi Hurley, both
of Chicago, Cook, Illinois, U.S.A.— Improvements in
adapted to pneumatic hammers. 12thi January, 1900.
9,896. Henry Edward Aykroyd, Glen Rosa, Ilkley, and Paul
England — Improvements in treating celluloid yarns
9,897. Henry Braby, Ayr, Queensland— Improvements in steam
9,898. National Mechanical Directory Company, Rooms 1
Washington Maxwell) — Improvements in mechanical
PARKES MUNICIPALITY.—BY-LAWS. (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 January 1900 [Issue No.36 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 369 2017-03-26 09:41 To theCouncit of the Municipal District of Parkes.
I, , residing at street, witliin the
hire within the said Municipality of Pavkes.
Description of -vehicle—
This is to certify that a vehicle, No. , owned by
of
to the day of , 19 , subject never
theless- to all the By-laws, Rules, and Regulations in force
Proprietors of—
£ 8. d.
Omnibuses and coaches 10 0
Hackney carriages, cabs, cars .» .. .. 10 0
Delivery vans ,, „ 0 10 0
s. d.
hour .. • - .. .. ,.10
For each subsequent quarter of an hour or part thereof 0 9'
each passenger for not exceeding quarter of an hour 1 0
For each subsequent quarter of an hour or part thereof 0 9
After 10 o'clock ^p.m., and before 5 o'clock a.m., half the
JP&EE LIBRARY.
Regulations for Free*Library.
Days aud hours Libraiy to lie open,
101. The Library Bball "be open to the public every flay
Library, or who shall use therein abusive, improper, or un
without lawful excuse remove any propcrt5r from such Library,
la charge of such Library. But no person shall remove any
book or other publication from such Library without the per*
any injury to the books. ,
106. The foregoing By-laws when printed shall besuspended
Octdber, 1899.
(L.s.) JOHN MEDLYN,
Herbert B. Polyer, Mayor.
SYDKEY:
Printed and Published by William: Applegate GulltcKj.
Government Printer, Phillip-street, 15th: January, 1900.
[Price, Cd.]
To the Councit of the Municipal District of Parkes.
I, ......................, residing at ........................street, within the
hire within the said Municipality of Parkes.
Dated at ...................., this .....................day of ........., a.d. 19.......
Description of vehicle —
This is to certify that a vehicle, No. .................., owned by
of.....................................................................................
to the .........................day of .................., 19...... , subject never
theless to all the By-laws, Rules, and Regulations in force
Proprietors of —
..............................................................£ s. d.
Omnibuses and coaches .....................1 0 0
Hackney carriages, cabs, cars.............1 0 0
Lorries, timber carriages.......................1 10 0
Delivery vans........................................0 10 0
...............................................................................................s. d.
hour.......................................................................................1 0
For each subsequent quarter of an hour or part thereof.......0 9
each passenger for not exceeding quarter of an hour .........1 0
For each subsequent quarter of an hour or part thereof ......0 9
After 10 o'clock p.m., and before 5 o'clock a.m., half the
FREE LIBRARY.
Regulations for Free Library.
Days aud hours Libraiy to be open,
101. The Library shall be open to the public every day
without lawful excuse remove any property from such Library,
in charge of such Library. But no person shall remove any
any injury to the books.
106. The foregoing By-laws when printed shall be suspended
October, 1899.
(L.s.) JOHN MEDLYN, Mayor.
SYDNEY:
Printed and Published by William Applegate Gullick.
Government Printer, Phillip-street, 15th January, 1900.
[Price, 6d.]
PARKES MUNICIPALITY.—BY-LAWS. (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 January 1900 [Issue No.36 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 369 2017-03-26 09:35 the owner of such animal, or the occupier of the plaee, if
every person so offending shall be liable to a penalty not ex
long as such private drain remains after such conviction: Pro
ofthe house, buildings, lands, and premises to which the said pri
drain or sewer to be*repaired and cleansed according to the
80. Every owuer or occupier of land in, adjoining to. or
next after the service of notice from the Council for that pur
than the bottom of the channel, and through, under, and trans
proper officers; and in default of compliance with any such
matter of any kind whatsoever, and any person who tihall so
as hereinafter provided; and in the event of any such dancing
respectability of the applicant. The application must desci ibe
Dancintr saloons not to be open on Sundays.
held or kept open or used for the purpose of public amuse
9
Couucii Clerk a requisition in the form of Schedule A hereunto
which, itx the opiniou of the Council or such officer as may be
under the eommon seal of the Council, signed by the Mayor
from the date of such license until the end of cach half-year
such license shall include more than one vehicle: Provided
that where the licensed vehicle is under repair, and if the pro
and of the harness, horse or horses; and if any such vehicle,
plying- for hire shall demand, receive, or take more than the
these B\r-laws, or such other sums as the Council shall from
hire shall jefuse to t;«ke up any passenger unless already
l>y the Council by resolution and notified in the Government
97. No vehie'e plying for hire shall fallowed to stand or
time reasonably necessary to take up or set down any passen
9S. No driver of any licensed vehicle plying for hire shall be
in legible characters and exhibited on boaids placed in con
the owner of such animal, or the occupier of the place, if
long as such private drain remains after such conviction :
drain or sewer to be repaired and cleansed according to the
80. Every owner or occupier of land in, adjoining to. or
proper officers ; and in default of compliance with any such
matter of any kind whatsoever, and any person who shall so
as hereinafter provided ; and in the event of any such dancing
respectability of the applicant. The application must describe
Dancing saloons not to be open on Sundays.
Council Clerk a requisition in the form of Schedule A hereunto
which, in the opinion of the Council or such officer as may be
under the common seal of the Council, signed by the Mayor
from the date of such license until the end of each half-year
such license shall include more than one vehicle : Provided
and of the harness, horse or horses ; and if any such vehicle,
plying for hire shall demand, receive, or take more than the
these By-laws, or such other sums as the Council shall from
hire shall refuse to take up any passenger unless already
by the Council by resolution and notified in the Government
97. No vehicle plying for hire shall be allowed to stand or
98. No driver of any licensed vehicle plying for hire shall be
PARKES MUNICIPALITY.—BY-LAWS. (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 January 1900 [Issue No.36 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 369 2017-03-26 09:30 covering of any such stack, any inflammable mat-rial, so ns to
street, lane, or other place has been examined by the Com
extent of such street, laue, park, or place, and if the Council
dedication shall also be preserved as a record of the Council;
of any road, street, or laue, the Council shall cause a plan and
ways or other public places in the Municipality, to the incon
making or betting or wagering, or agreeine: to bet or wager
Lights on vebiclcs.
and sunrise, does not carry a lighted lamp affixed in a con*
sunset and sunrise, and does not carry a light in front of sucli
any of the roads, streets, footpaths, or lanes, within the Muni
cipality to the obstruction, annoyance, or danger of the resi
or underwood growing in cr upon any street, road, or public
72. Any person allowing any filth or offensive matter to lie
covering of any such stack, any inflammable material, so as to
extent of such street, lane, park, or place, and if the Council
dedication shall also be preserved as a record of the Council ;
of any road, street, or lane, the Council shall cause a plan and
making or betting or wagering, or agreeing to bet or wager
Lights on vehicles.
sunset and sunrise, and does not carry a light in front of such
or underwood growing in or upon any street, road, or public
72. Any person allowing any filth or offensive matter to be
PARKES MUNICIPALITY.—BY-LAWS. (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 January 1900 [Issue No.36 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 369 2017-03-26 09:26 demands of money againBt or from the Council until they
moneys received shall bo paid to the credit of the particular
once in each month, or oi'tener if required by the Council.
42. The Council Clerk, in compliance with the Munici
under, shall perform the following duties, viz.:—
1. Attend all Council meetings and take minutes of the pro
4. Summon the members of the Council to all Council or com
are duly prepared; examine proofs of latter, and at range
Hon-complaints against officers to be dealt with.
43. All complaints against officers or servants of the Cor
44. All i'ates shall be paid at the Council Chambers on
Ma3ror with a list of the names of .all persons whose rates are
Enforcement ~by distress.
BaUiff. t
then such inventory shall be posted on some conspicuous pait
of the Jand or premises on which the distress is made, and the
50. Tbe Bailiff on making a distress as aforesaid may
I, , Mayor of the Municipal District of Parke«,
do hereby authorise you , to distrain the goods aud
premises) of , situate at , for
the day of , for the said dwelling
Dated this day of W .
Mayor of the Municipal District of Parkes, dated ,
house (or in and upon the land and premises) of ,
for , being the amount of rates due to the said
Municipality to the day of
8. d.
For every warrant of distress .. _ 2 0
For serving every warrant and making levy „. .,20
For man in possession each day, or part of a day .. 5 0
on proceeds of the sale 10
placed in any house, yard, woiksbop, out-offices, or other
demands of money against or from the Council until they
moneys received shall be paid to the credit of the particular
once in each month, or oftener if required by the Council.
under, shall perform the following duties, viz. :—
are duly prepared ; examine proofs of latter, and at range
How complaints against officers to be dealt with.
44. All rates shall be paid at the Council Chambers on
Mayor with a list of the names of .all persons whose rates are
Enforcement by distress.
Bailiff.
then such inventory shall be posted on some conspicuous part
of the land or premises on which the distress is made, and the
50. The Bailiff on making a distress as aforesaid may
I, ........................., Mayor of the Municipal District of Parkes,
do hereby authorise you .............., to distrain the goods and
premises) of ..................., situate at....................... , for
the ........................day of ......................, for the said dwelling
Dated this ..................day of ...................19......... .
Mayor of the Municipal District of Parkes, dated .....................,
house (or in and upon the land and premises) of .....................,
situate at........................, within the same Municipality,
for .........................., being the amount of rates due to the said
Municipality to the ........................day of.......................
Dated this ........................day of ...........................19..........
...................................................................................................s. d.
For every warrant of distress.....................................................2 0
For serving every warrant and making levy..............................2 0
For making and serving copy-of inventory................................1 0
For man in possession each day, or part of a day....................5 0
on proceeds of the sale............................................................1 0
placed in any house, yard, workshop, out-offices, or other
PARKES MUNICIPALITY.—BY-LAWS. (Government Gazette Proclamations and Legislation), New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), Monday 15 January 1900 [Issue No.36 (SUPPLEMENT)] page 369 2017-03-26 09:19 Motions—how to be moved.
10. Except by leave of the Council, motiohs shall be movfed
in the order in which they stapd on fflfe business paper, and
if not so moved or postponed* fcliall b6 struck cut and be con
the Alderman by whom siifih noiici* shall have been Riven,
Amendments to 13e in writing.
15. No amendment shall be discussed until it h»s been
until the previous amend ;u eh t or amendments shall have been
Amended question—further amendment may be moved thereon.
upon any ameuded question, shall be negatived, a further
mentioned ameudment was moved, and so on: Provided that
adjournment of the Council; and if, upon the question being
paper, or any other on such paper that may be allowed pre
20. It ishall be incumbent on every Aldercrtan presenting- a
-petition to acquaint himself with the contents thereof, and to
21. The Council may at any meeting resolve, without pre
■or any correspondence read be referred to a committee to
2i. The Mayor or Chairman shall preserve order, and may
any point of order, &nd the Alderman whose conduct or state
ments Ate called In -question shall resume his seat while such
Mayor or Chairman on any such question of order or of prac
Council to lay down a .different rule or principle for the
determination of tiny similar question of order or of 'practice
down shall be binding on all parties unless and until ft be
Bow questions are to be pu
arid then in the negative (provider! that wheie an amendment
Is moved to ally motion the amendment shall he first put), and
inay do so as oiten as may be necessary to enable him to deter
mine the sens© of the Council thereon, and thereupon he shall
ahd then in the negative, and the Aldermen shall vote by show
or* hands, and the names and votes of the Aldermen present
the Mayor shall decide which of them thail be entitled to pre
3A. The Mayor or presiding Alderman may take part in
^consent of the Mayor or Chairman t Provided, however, that
in accordance with the Rules hereinbefore provided formcetiugs
shall not be necessary that any motion or amendment in com
mittee be -seconded, and members shall not be restricted to one
33. No Alderman shall digress from the subject under dis
amendment embodyingany matter as to which the Council has
no legal jurisdiction, or who ifc any other way raises or
to be out of order, and sueh Alderman shall be called upon by
34. Any member of the Council, either in Council or com
pers'sts in any line of conduct or argument, or of observations,
Form of reports—how dealt with.
35. AU reports from committees shall be in writing, and
37. With thoexception of emergent matters, no work affecting
the funds of the Municipality shall "be undertaken until the
Motions — how to be moved.
10. Except by leave of the Council, motiohs shall be moved
in the order in which they stand on the business paper, and
if not so moved or postponed shall be struck cut and be
the Alderman by whom such notice shall have been given,
Amendments to be in writing.
15. No amendment shall be discussed until it has been
until the previous amendment or amendments shall have been
Amended question — further amendment may be moved thereon.
upon any amended question, shall be negatived, a further
mentioned ameudment was moved, and so on : Provided that
adjournment of the Council ; and if, upon the question being
20. It ishall be incumbent on every Aldercrtan presenting a
petition to acquaint himself with the contents thereof, and to
or any correspondence read be referred to a committee to
22. The Mayor or Chairman shall preserve order, and may
any point of order, and the Alderman whose conduct or statements
are called in question shall resume his seat while such
Council to lay down a different rule or principle for the
determination of tiny similar question of order or of practice
down shall be binding on all parties unless and until it be
How questions are to be pu
and then in the negative (provided that where an amendment
is moved to ally motion the amendment shall he first put), and
may do so as oiten as may be necessary to enable him to
determine the sense of the Council thereon, and thereupon he shall
and then in the negative, and the Aldermen shall vote by show
of hands, and the names and votes of the Aldermen present
the Mayor shall decide which of them thail be entitled to pre-
30. The Mayor or presiding Alderman may take part in
consent of the Mayor or Chairman : Provided, however, that
in accordance with the Rules hereinbefore provided for meetings
be seconded, and members shall not be restricted to one
amendment embodying any matter as to which the Council has
no legal jurisdiction, or who in any other way raises or
to be out of order, and such Alderman shall be called upon by
persists in any line of conduct or argument, or of observations,
Form of reports — how dealt with.
35. All reports from committees shall be in writing, and
37. With the exception of emergent matters, no work affecting
the funds of the Municipality shall be undertaken until the

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