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Date: 1999 - 2000
Bailiff's Official Correspondence. [Indexed]. Includes references to; Grande Anquette Beacon, Allegiance, the fire at the Town Arsenal, registration of architects, the oath of allegiance, the Assise d'Heritage, bills of parliament, Sunday playing by bands, Blanche Banques rifle range, permissions to transport and exhume bodies, complaints, movement of cattle, copyright, release and removal of convicts, the census, the Commission Rogatoire, Consuls, Defence, the death of Queen Victoria, permits, primary education, fishing boats, Gorey Regatta, gifts of guns, the Jersey Industrial School, the lunatic asylum, naturalisation, the prison, fishing and sale of fish, patronage, rembours de rentes, the theatre, telephones at Bonne Nuit and Victoria College Medals
Date: May 3rd 1899 - November 1st 1901
States Assembly Hansard Official Report includes written questions, oral questions, questions without notice for the Minister for Planning and Environment and the Minister for Education, Sport and Culture, statement regarding assistance towards the costs publicising candidates’ election manifestos, statement regarding the review of the importation of bovine semen and Council of Ministers: Vote of No Confidence (P.99/2008).
Date: July 1st 2008 - July 1st 2008
States Assembly Hansard Official Report includes written questions, oral questions, questions without notice for the Minister for Health and Social Services and the Minister for Transport and Technical Services, statement regarding a proposed Partnership agreement with the Conseil Général de la Manche, statement regarding the British-Irish Council Summit Meeting to be held in Jersey in 2009, statement regarding the implications for depositors in the current global financial conditions, statement regarding the Victoria Avenue Resurfacing Contract, statement regarding the progress of the Committee of inquiry into Third Party Planning Appeals, Integrated Coastal Zone Management Strategy (P.76/2008), Esplanade Quarter Master Plan, St. Helier: Development Agreement - Approval by the States (P.111/2008), Statement of the Chairman of the Economic Affairs Scrutiny Panel regarding draft Foundations (Jersey) Law 200- (P.143/2008), Draft States of Jersey (Amendment No. 5) Law 200- (P.122/2008), statement by the Chief Minister on the resignation of the Minister for Home Affairs, Draft Policing of Parks (Amendment) (Jersey) Regulations 200- (P.131/2008), Jersey Air Cadets’ HQ, La Rue Carrée, St. Brelade – proposed Deed of Arrangement (P.132/2008), Artificial Insemination of Bovines: fees (P.135/2008) and Draft Amendment (No. 9) of the Standing Orders of the States of Jersey (P.140/2008),
Date: October 21st 2008 - October 21st 2008
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: ancorage duties charged on the vessel 'La Julie'; arsenals and barracks; coastguard boats; repair of the battery de la Cotte; cattle from France; private chapel in St Helier; petition to raise height of road from St Helier harbour; cider; the Convention of Commerce and Navigation between UK and Norway and UK and France; prohibition of corn exports to UK; petition of islanders on the Corn Bill; the right of Crown Officers to speak in the States; deserters; drill sheds and magazines; contested elections; petitions of the Royal Court; the election of jurats; prohibition of export of wheat flour; proclamation of peace between England and France; prohibition of export of gun powder; relaxation of harbour regulations for the 'Shamrock'; St Helier Harbour; legacy of Jeanne Marett to General Hospital; trial by jury; Nicolas Hamptonne of St Mary; drill shed at St Mary; Royal disapproval of Act of States relating to methodists; the militia training; numbering houses; oyster fishery; petition from Trinity concerning merchants from France; petition of inhabitants of Charing Cross concerning animals; port charges; the prison and the treadwheel; prisoners of war in France; quarantine; enlargement of the Route du Coie, St Helier; vraic; naming of streets; purchase of land at Town Hill for fortifications; trade; relief for sufferers of war in Germany; cultivation of wasteland; preservation of woodland
Date: March 21st 1785 - December 6th 1832
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: an arsenal for St Helier Battalion; the library; registration; buoy near Chausseys; importation of French cattle from Guernsey; the census; export of grain; oyster fishing; heating in the Royal Court; punishment of crime; resignation of Jurat Philip de Carteret; protestant dissenters; distilleries and the trade in spirits; distressed seamen from the wreck 'Medusa'; dock dues; dredging; gas lighting in St Helier; extente of 1331; book entitled 'The Fortress'; gunpowder; improvements to St Helier harbour; exports from Mont Orgueil harbour; Jurat Le Couteur; maintenance of Kempt and Lewis Towers at St Ouen; sending lunatics to England or France and lunatics in the General Hospital; magazines; mails between England and the Channel Islands; marriage of Queen Victoria; sale of land from Jean and Thomas Perchard for Beresford Street market; painting of the laying of the foundation stone at St Helier harbour by G S Reynolds; petition against French imports; petition from the inhabitants of Gorey concerning fishing; better regulation of the prison; quakers and moravians; hoisting the yellow flag of quarantine; the Savings Bank and foreign vessels
Date: March 13th 1837 - November 15th 1847
Agricultural Industry Continuation of Cattle Export Subsidies, lodged by the Agriculture and Fisheries Committee.
Date: January 13th 1987 - January 13th 1987
Photograph of pupils from St Lawrence Primary School at Hamptonne with the calf they named St Lawrence Millennium Sunshine [Copyright: Jersey Evening Post]
Date: 2000 - 2000
Sound recording of Iris Le Feuvre speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 29/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Feuvre speaks about going to Royal Square on Liberation day, the joy in the air, the Germans leaving, people going to the Underground Hospital, the dances after Liberation, the Russian prisoners, shortages, preparing her wedding trousseau, going to London on her honeymoon and seeing the bombsites, comparing London to Jersey after the war, the Insular Insurance scheme, the foot and mouth disease, televisions, the Royal wedding, the evacuees and their return, the cattles, the vegetables crop, farm work and its mechanisation, working at La Masuriers, being the first woman constable, the political reform and the elections, various shops in town, the home deliveries of various products, the district nurses, the difference in her house between then and now, the increase in tourism, the battle of flowers and the fair, the official visits of the king and queen, of Prince Edward and of field Marshall Montgomery, The Muratti, motorbike racing and various houses and persons on the race track, horse show, cattle show, going to the beaches, cinemas, the West Park Pavilion, the arrival of the street lighting in St Lawrence, the death of the king and the coronation.
Date: November 29th 2004
Sound recording of Percy Le Masurier speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 20/10/2004 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Masurier speaks about his exam before the occupation, working on a farm and the advantages, organising a sport club during the occupation, the rapid mechanisation after the war, his cattle farm and varying his crops, his involvment with the Milk Marketing board, the varying number of cattle on the island and the impact on milk supply, the potatoes industy and the exportation, the insurance scheme, the sale of german horses and of the prisoners of wars wooden huts.
Date: October 20th 2004
Sound recording of Anne Perchard, née Billot, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 24/11/2004 by Geraldine des Forges for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Perchard speaks about her family situation during the occupation, hearing the news on the radio and passing it on, cycling to the Jersey College for Girls, going to town for the celebration, cattle shows after the war, making money with the tomatoes, buying a tractor, the world jersey cattle bureau, the royal visits, how the shortages did not affect them much on the farm, the work on the farm, the young farmers club and its activities, the cattle shows, the Jersey cows, the outbreak of foot and mouth disease, the farm workers who helped with the potatoes and tomatoes, the colorado beetles, the changes in the Parish life, the way of life for a farmer, the increase in tourism, the activities available for Jersey visitors, the changes in the States, the importance of milk and its production, the start of refrigeration, Elizabeth and Philips visits, seeing the coronation on Pathe news, the visit of Montgomery, the sand racing and hill climbing, setting up her compagny, her involvement with the world bureau, the sports they played at school, the fashion for long skirts, being the mascot for the Rozel Rovers, and her fathers health.
Date: November 24th 2004
Date: 1949 - 1949
Date: 1891 - 1891
Date: 1947 - 1947
Plans of the alterations and additions to the Weighbridge Island site, St Helier - Cattle depot entrance yard roof
Date: 1892 - 1892
Plans of the alterations and additions to the Weighbridge Island site, St Helier - Cattle inspection and meat store
Date: 1898 - 1898
Letter from John Wimble the District Superintendent of Great Western Railway addresses to H M Godfray Esq. Greffier of the States. The letter requests the permission to land English Cattle at another site on the quay other than the 'Foreign Animals Wharf' as Jersey Cattle are permitted to do.
Date: January 16th 1891 - January 16th 1891
Date: 1951 - 1951
Date: 1952 - 1952
Report of the Commission nominated by the Agriculture Committee to judge the bulls competing for the States prize for the year 1901. Presented to the States, printed by C D du Parcq, Printers.
Date: February 13th 1901 - February 13th 1901