Showing 1 to 20 of 55 for Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsX
Papers relating to the subject of the slaughtering and wounding of cats and dogs and orders relating to the ownership of dogs
Date: December 30th 1944 - February 27th 1945
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Auditor's reports; report on the budget and the militia; inventory of the archives; report on buildings to the west of the Public Library; electricity cables; butter marketing; petition concerning the Empire Settlement; report on the General Hospital; Florence Boot Trust; report of Jersey Gas Light Company; Jersey Electric Power and Traction Company Ltd; report of Jersey New Waterworks Company; the Jersey Prison Board case; the slaughter of animals; portrait of Sir W H Venables Vernon by John St Helier Lander; Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Jersey Roll of Honour
Date: January 17th 1928 - December 11th 1931
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: movement of the archives to Overdale; annual report on the militia; stationing of the Wiltshire Regiment; gift of Millbrook garden by Lady Trent; law on non-resident merchants; proposal for a National Trust for Jersey; Commemoration of the late George V and T B Davis offer of statue by Francis Doyle Jones; the purchase of Plaisance; order relating to Jersey Railways and Tramways Limited; report on Victoria Cottage Homes; petitions from restaurants, cinema caterers, off-licence holders, Jersey Retail Confectioners Association concerning sale of chocolate, Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Jersey Clinic, Jersey Cinema Limited, the residents of Gorey Pier concerning traffic restrictions
Date: January 4th 1936 - November 29th 1937
Digital copy of entry by Child Care Officer Richard Davenport. Includes handwritten note to Mrs Campbell. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 76. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 76's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 12 August 2014 [C/D/AW1/B3/14/WS000166].
Date: February 22nd 1985 - March 13th 1985
Digital copy of a Case Note by [Child Care Officer R [Richard] Davenport]. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 154. For Witness 154's statements to States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/20.
Date: June 10th 1986 - June 10th 1986
Digital copy of letter from Consultant Psychiatrist J P Fogarty to Haut de la Garenne [Superintendent] Mr [Jim] Thomson. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 120. [Some details redacted]. For the transcripts of Witness 120's tape recorded interviews with Police dated 16 February 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/3/WS000186 and C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/3/WS000187.
Date: June 21st 1977 - June 21st 1977
Petition to Major General E H Willis, Lieutenant Governor; William Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals requesting the prohibition of sale and export of native reptiles and amphibians. Presented by F B de Gruchy, Constable of St Brelade, lodged au Greffe.
Date: July 21st 1930 - July 21st 1930
Petition to the States Assembly relating to the legislation on illegal animal traps presented to the States by Senator N L Queree as P47/1993. Petition states, 'The humble petition of Mrs Murphy, Director of Jersey Animal Aid, Mr Blampied, President of the JSPCA and Mrs Crone, President Jersey Feline Friends, shews that there have been recent incidents of animals being seriously injured through the use of traps which are illegal under the Animals (Trapping) (Jersey) Law 1961 and accordingly your petitioners pray that: Article 7 of the law be amended so that a person guilty of an offence shall be liable to a fine not exceeding £500 or, if he has previously been convicted of such an offence, to a fine not exceeding £1,000; and that because your petitioners concern is for the welfare of animals rather than simply the punishment of offenders. The Committee of Agriculture and Fisheries be requested; to provide information leaflets explaining the law, with appropriate translations, which would be freely available; to put up signs, at places and at times that trapping may be carried out, to ensure that those involved are made aware of all the provisions of the law; The Connétables be requested to assist with the distribution of information within their Parishes; The Committee of Agriculture and Fisheries consider, with the relevant Authorities, whether an amnesty to allow the surrender of illegal traps would be worthwhile, and if so make a request to the Attorney General; and your petitioners as in duty bound will every pray.'
Date: 1993 - 1993
Petition to the States Assembly regarding the culling of gulls presented to the States Assembly by Senator N L Quérée as P238/1996. Petition states, 'Jersey Animal Rights Association, Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Quality of Life Animal Sanctuary, Rescued Animals Home shews that there is currently insufficient information to warrant the culling of gulls and accordingly your petitioners pray that a public campaign to reduce the availability of food and nest sites in the town area, together with a programme of measures, including pricking of eggs and the removal of nests, should continue for a period of five years; and that, only after due consideration of the impact of that campaign and programme, should the States consider the culling of gulls, because there is, at this time, no clear evidence that culling will provide a long term solution to the problems of gulls within the town and your petitioners as in duty bound will ever pray.'
Date: 1996 - 1996
Piers and Harbours department correspondence re. the St Helier harbour weighbridge includes: letter from the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals re. planting of a row of trees to provide shade for horses during the potato season, state of the approach, improvements, staffing, petition re. provision of shelter from rain
Date: August 23rd 1879 - March 23rd 1897
File relating to JSPCA Relocation of Animals' Shelter, includes; correspondence, reports, valuations, maps and plans relating to the possible relocation of the Jersey Animals' Shelter to a number of different sites. Also includes photographs of Le Rondin Farm, Trinity and of La Godellerie.
Date: January 1st 1986 - October 10th 1990
File relating to JSPCA Relocation of Animals' Shelter, includes; correspondence, reports, valuations, maps and plans relating to the possible relocation of the Jersey Animals' Shelter to a number of different sites.
Date: January 11th 1991 - July 30th 1994
Will and Testament of Charles Alfred Cox, Evington, Green Road, St Clement. Dated 8 October 1941. Desires to be cremated at Southampton. Bequeaths to the Royal United Beneficent Association, Jersey Auxiliary Branch £20; to the Leicester Royal Infirmary £100; to the Leicester Institute for the Blind £100; to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £15; to the Jersey Blind Society £15.
Date: January 2nd 1942 - January 2nd 1942
Testament of Harriet Atty d'Auvergne née Wilton, Heathmount, St Ouen. Dated 29 April 1932. Subject to the life enjoyment by her sister of her personal estate; bequeaths the residue of the estate to the Royal United Kingdom Beneficent Association for Poor & Distressed Gentlewomen, to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, to the Jersey Blind Society and the Jersey Animal Shelter.
Date: March 4th 1942 - March 4th 1942
Testament of Juliette Marie Le Neveu, 20 Midvale Road, St Helier. Dated 1 May 1940. Bequeaths to the League of Helping Hand, London £50; to the Given-Wilson Institute of Pelly Bridge £50; to the Jersey Maternity & Infant Welfare Centre £50; to the Friends of the Poor, London £50; to the Jersey Blind Society £50; to Brig-y-Don £50; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women her Carters invalid wheelchair, bed table and leg rest. All household furniture and effects sold and profits divided between: Constable and Procureurs du Bien Public of St Helier for the Poor and the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Residue of personal estate to RNLI 1/6th, Royal School for the Blind, Surrey 1/6th; Cancer Hospital, Fulham Road 1/6th. If John Neel Le Rossignol predeceases the testator the remaining 1/2 to be shared between the above 3 charities. Separate list of furniture and kitchenware bequeathed to Ann Elizabeth Monnamy. Codicil added 12 June 1940. Residue of personal estate to RNLI, Royal School for the Blind, Cancer Hospital, Shaftsbury Society and Invalid Childrens Aid Association.
Date: October 27th 1943 - October 27th 1943
Will and Testament of Alice Collie Marett née Starck, Rose Cottage, College Hill, St Helier, widow. Dated 3 June 1946. Bequeaths to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £300; to Jersey Blind Society £100; to the Benefit Society for Jersey Merchant Seaman £100.
Date: November 14th 1947 - November 14th 1947
Will and Testament of Mary Ann Cobb of 6, Wellington Villas, Stopford Road, St Helier, widow. Dated 13/08/1880. Bequeaths to the Jersey Branch of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £100, to the Infirm and Aged Women's Home £100, to the Jersey General Dispensary £100, to the Sustentation Fund of the Dispensary £100, to the St Helier Ragged School £100, to the Church of England Ragged School £50, to the Jersey Dorcas Society £50, to the St Helier Benevolent and Strangers Friend Society £50, to the Church Pastoral Aid Society £50, to the St Helier Bible and Domestic Female Mission £50, to the new Truss Fund for the Jersey General Dispensary £100. Residue of real and personal estate to the National Life Boat Institution. Codicil added 28/08/1880.
Date: October 30th 1880 - October 30th 1880
Will and Testament of Lucina Mary Turner of St Helier, widow of Jean Le Sueur. Dated: 03/08/1888. Bequeaths to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of cruelty to animals £10, to St Heliers Church of England Ragged School £10, to the St Helier Benevolent and Strangers friend society for the relief of the sick and distressed of every county £10, to the Jersey General Dispensary £20, to the Jersey Industrial School £20, to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £20, to the Jersey Home for Infirm and Aged Women £20, to the Dr Barnados Homes, St Martin £20 and to the St Heliers Ragged School £10. After the decease of Messrs Edward Richard Turner, father and son bequeaths additional sums to many opf the aforementioned charities and to the Coal fund his money payable by the Brazilian Government. To William Turner and Edward Richard Turner 46 & 48 New Street, St Helier.
Date: October 15th 1889 - October 15th 1889
Will and Testament of Georgina Ann Ingrm of 2, Richmond Villas, Richmond Road, St Helier, spinster. Dated 20/2/1892. Bequeaths to Dr Barnado's Homes £100, to the Victoria Street Society for the Protection of Animals from Vivisection £100, to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, to the Temporary Home for Lost and Starving Dogs and Cats, Battersea £100, to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £25. To the Asylum for Infirm and Aged Women £25, to the Ragged School, St Helier £25.
Date: March 19th 1892 - March 19th 1892