Correspondence and papers relating to the Military Service Act and the contribution to the cost of war by the States of Jersey

Reference: A/E/3

Date: September 30th 1914 - July 20th 1918

Percival T Hills of 42, Don Road, St Helier's need for specialist medicine daily.

Reference: B/A/W36/2

Date: July 17th 1940 - August 9th 1940

Arrival of the Motor Vehicles Purchasing Commission of the Central Foreign Dept. Military Order for the purchase of Motor Vehicles, dated 27/09/1940. List of Jersey Post Office Vans. Correspondence with the Department of Transport and Communications, re. specific cars. Payment for requisitioned vehicles.

Reference: B/A/W40/1/3

Date: September 27th 1940 - September 16th 1943

Establishment of and requisitions and supplies for the soldiers homes at; - The Mayfair Hotel, St Saviour, St Brelade's Hotel, St Brelade's Bay, Millbrook, La Hougue, St Peter, and The officers home at Fort d'Auvergne of; Milk, bread, butter, eggs, furniture, cycles for nurses at the soldiers home, accounts from the Jersey Electricity Company, Jersey Gas Light Company and Jersey New Waterworks Company, petrol, building work by Mr H Le Seelleur, vegetables, potatoes, cookers

Reference: B/A/W40/14/1

Date: May 14th 1941 - March 8th 1945

Meat required for German Troops, and accounts for slaughtered cattle.

Reference: B/A/W40/2/3

Date: November 14th 1944 - February 21st 1945

Requisition of the harbour works and machinery at La Collette. Includes list of men who were employed at La Collette, with names, nature of employment, and pay.

Reference: B/A/W40/22/1

Date: December 15th 1942 - December 31st 1942

Requisition of clothing from evacuated houses for refugees and workers in occupied territory, includes; list of articles of clothing, details of payment, and list of names, addresses and amounts to be paid.

Reference: B/A/W40/6/1

Date: September 9th 1940 - September 27th 1940

Establishment of The Jersey Model Laundry and later the Lily-white Laundry as a laundries principally for the German Troops. Correspondence re. the possible requisition of the Jersey Model Laundry.

Reference: B/A/W40/8/14

Date: June 12th 1941 - February 10th 1942

Payment for the Christmas Newspaper for the German Air Force

Reference: B/A/W40/8/17

Date: July 12th 1941 - July 14th 1941

Request that the States of Jersey pay for the new table-ware for the Continental Hotel

Reference: B/A/W40/8/22

Date: September 5th 1941 - September 16th 1941

Requisitioning of the Stone Quarry belonging to the Jersey Granite and Concrete Company Limited, St Helier

Reference: B/A/W40/8/25

Date: October 3rd 1941 - October 3rd 1941

Requisition of land on lease in the vicinity of Mont Millais

Reference: B/A/W40/8/404

Date: February 14th 1945 - February 20th 1945

Sending of currency to France. Bank account to be opened for the States of Jersey and Guernsey with the Societe General in Granville

Reference: B/A/W42/10

Date: February 26th 1942 - June 12th 1942

Assistance for the dependants remaining in Jersey of workmen working in Germany, lists the names of; James Gibson, John Christopher O'Shea, James O'Rourke, Timothy Hunt, Daniel Joseph O'Hanlon

Reference: B/A/W42/11

Date: May 19th 1942 - May 28th 1942

Wages bonus for agricultural workers

Reference: B/A/W42/12

Date: April 14th 1942 - February 4th 1943

Family Allowances and Childrens Benefit Fund, includes; Copies of the Social Assurance Committee Child Allowance Section Secretary's Report, 03/02/1945. Report on the Children's Benefit Fund, 1943. Act of the Superior Council on the subject of the payment of allowances for children, 11/08/1943, and 29/04/1942 Published copy of the 'Billet D'Etat', 09/08/1943 - debating the subject of children's allowances

Reference: B/A/W42/13

Date: May 8th 1942 - February 27th 1945

Summary of the proposed alterations and additions to the Income Tax Law, for 1940. Includes detailed tables of prices to be paid by different groups of persons. Correspondence re. the financial situation on Jersey in 1940, assessment of income tax levels for 1941, and the question of double taxation between Jersey and Guernsey. See also B/A/W44/2

Reference: B/A/W42/2

Date: July 18th 1940 - August 18th 1943

Issue of Jersey notes of 2 shillings due to a shortage in silver currency. Includes correspondence with the Department of Finance and Economics

Reference: B/A/W42/5/1

Date: December 17th 1940 - March 28th 1941

Shortage of Silver Currency, and subsequent issue of £50,000 emergency notes. Includes correspondence with the Department of Finance and Economics.

Reference: B/A/W42/5/2

Date: July 4th 1941 - May 15th 1944

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