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  2. PART VII.

    63. The first election of Aldermen for any newly proclaimed Municipality hereinafter termed "new Municipality" shall take place on a day to be notified by the Governor within three months after its incorporation and all succeeding annual elections ...

    Article : 3,051 words
  3. PART XII.

    178. On or before the thirty-first of January and the thirtyfirst of July in every year the Council of every Municipality shall cause to be prepared and transmitted to the Colonial Treasurer a detailed account of all sums of moneyactually raised threin by ...

    Article : 487 words
  4. THE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION OF SPECIMENS OF NATURAL HISTORY.

    To Gather Specimens. — Algæ are to be sought either in their places of growth on the rocks, and in the rock-pools left bare or accessible at the fall of the ride; or amongst the heaps thrown up by the waves ...

    Article : 1,680 words
  5. PART XIII.

    180. The Council of any Municipality may borrow by debentures mortgage or otherwise on the credit of any land personal estate or annual revenues belonging to the body corporate of such Municipality for or towards or incidental to the making carrying ...

    Article : 625 words
  6. PART VIII.

    100. All acts authorised or required by law to be done and all questions to be decided by the Council shall be done and decided by the majority of the members present at any meeting duly held and a majority of the whole members of such Council or a moiety ...

    Article : 5,958 words
  7. PART IX.

    141. The Council of every Municipality shall appoint such officers and servants as in their discretion they may deem necessary for the execution of the powers and duties hereby vested in such Council and shall assign remuneration to such ...

    Article : 170 words
  8. PART XIV.

    182. Every person committing a breach of any provision of this Act or of any by-law made hereunder by wilful act or refusal or neglect to act or otherwise shall when no specific penalty shall have been provided for such offence be liable to a ...

    Article : 131 words
  9. PART X.

    145. The Council of any Municipality may from time to time make by-laws for the following matters so far as the same are not herein expressly provided for and may from time to time by other by-laws alter or repeal any such by-laws namely for ...

    Article : 644 words
  10. PART XV.

    185. Every advertisement order direction summons notice demand or other such document requiring authentication by the Council hall be sufficiently authenticated if signed by the Mayor by one or two Aldermen or by the Council Clerk and need not be ...

    Article : 307 words
  11. SCHEDULE A.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 202 words
  12. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    Mr. Pickering to ask the Postmaster-General,--If it is intended to comply with the prayer of a memorial, forwarded to the Government some months ago, asking for the establishment of a Post-office at Timbarra River? ...

    Article : 661 words
  13. PART XI.

    155. All lands houses warehouses counting-houses shops and other buildings [?]ments or hereditaments within any Municipality shall be rateable property within the meaning and for all the purpoes of this Act save as is next hereinafter excepted that ...

    Article : 3,346 words
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