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Papers relating to Laws on the importation of foreign cattle, retail of butchers meat, the administration of the Cattle Dépot and the Public Slaughter, and the slaughtering of meat at the abatoir
Date: December 31st 1890 - December 4th 1950
Rationing orders, with food distribution accounts and comparisons of sales 1942 - 1943. List of approved distributers of food in glass bottles
Date: February 1st 1941 - June 30th 1943
Request for information on suspected blackmarketeers; Machon, Clifton Hotel, St Helier, Newey, 12, Charing Cross, St Helier, and Chuness, La Chasse, St Helier (Butcher)
Date: July 9th 1943 - July 9th 1943
Date: September 9th 1941 - September 10th 1941
Digital copy of Exhibit RW91: Act of the Education Committee signed by Greffier E J M Potter. Used by Richard William Whitehead in his supplementary witness statement to the Inquiry dated 18 September 2014 [C/D/AW6/D2/EE000262].
Date: May 3rd 1989 - May 3rd 1989
Sound recording of Lucille Rimeur, née Deffain, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 31/01/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Rimeur speaks about the British Soldiers, the cleaning process, her wedding dress and cake, her wedding day, how the first years were hard, the children were small, the farm animals, the farm workers, the harsh temperature, she describes a typical day on the farm, her husband cutting bracken, visiting her family in a lorry because they did not have a car, the foot and mouth disease, the colorado beetles, the feeling of a community, the cattle shows, the home deliveries of various services, the tourism boom, the death of the king and socialising inside a parish.
Date: January 31st 2005
Draft bill relating to the sale of unwholesome meat presented by George Vickery, Deputy of St Helier. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers
Date: March 3rd 1859 - March 3rd 1859
Petition to Major General Philip Nelson Guy, Lieutenant Governor; Jean Hammond, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the butchers of St Helier regarding their preference for private slaughter houses since the public abatoirs were demolished and requesting the continuation for private slaughter houses to be built under the superintendence of the Public Inspector (not dated)
Date: 1868 - 1873
Reports of the official visits made and records of scales, weights and measures presented for verification, includes names, addresses and professions. Includes a list of the butchers in St Helier market in 1843, two newscuttings concerning duties on wine and spirits and a page of a letter addressed to 'My dear Colonel' which discusses weights and measures legislation.
Date: 1843 - 1868
Date: 1950 - 1970
Receipt book for Julia Westaway and her account with A Gilbert, Butcher of 5, Halkett Street, St Helier.
Date: January 1st 1901 - August 31st 1901
Date: 1955 - 1955
Projets du loi relating to the modification of law on introduction of foreign livestock, on butcher's meat and on slaughtering, 1960
Date: 1960 - 1960
File relating to States Manual Workers Joint Council Plus Rates. Includes Committee Acts, draft agreements, Circulars, figures, tables, and a grading scheme for supervisory workers. Also includes correspondence concerning the Airport Fire Service, grading schemes, crane maintenance. slaughterhouse workers, Ambulance employees, and convenience attendants
Date: 1961 - June 29th 1964
Date: January 22nd 1941 - January 22nd 1941
Testament of John Gallichan Poingdestre, 28 Halkett Place St Helier, butcher. Dated 15 September 1922. Codicil added: 10 November 1943 Codicil added: 3 July 1944 Codicil added: 16 October 1945 Codicil added: 1 November 1946
Date: June 6th 1947 - June 6th 1947
Date: September 15th 1948 - September 15th 1948
Date: December 2nd 1830 - December 2nd 1830
Will and Testament of George William Bennett of 79, Broad Street, St Mary, Reading, butcher. Dated 1859.
Date: June 8th 1872 - June 8th 1872
Date: May 17th 1889 - May 17th 1889