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Newscutting article on the Special Sitting of the States on June 2 re. Militia expenses, the Albert Pier and the veto by the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] to the Réglement on Cycles and Automobiles
Date: June 2nd 1905 - June 2nd 1905
Letter from A N Rochfort, Lieutenant Governor to the Law Officers of the Crown regarding the requirement for tax on motor cars, motor cycles and bicycles if they are used for military purposes
Date: December 30th 1914 - December 30th 1914
Date: February 17th 1917 - February 23rd 1917
Papers relating to a claim from Charles Edward Hill, Inglenook, Clair Vale Road, St Helier, includes; Requisition orders giving valuations of requisitioned items Note by Bailiff on the case reciting Common Law and emergency legislation relevant to the case
Date: December 27th 1940 - December 1st 1946
Date: May 17th 1945 - February 18th 1946
Date: October 10th 1940 - March 3rd 1942
Date: November 15th 1943 - November 15th 1943
Date: September 7th 1943 - March 8th 1944
Date: December 16th 1943 - November 6th 1944
Date: December 23rd 1943 - December 23rd 1943
Date: December 31st 1940 - January 31st 1941
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
Date: May 14th 1941 - March 8th 1945
Date: September 3rd 1940 - September 6th 1940
Request for requisition of 45 bicycles that are as new as possible for military purposes. Delivery of 22 bicycles to the Bay View Hotel.
Date: October 29th 1940 - December 12th 1940
Request for requisition of 50 bicycles, includes; list of bicycles rejected by the German Authorities, correspondence re. G E Shaw of Les Marroniers, Grouville's bicycle, re. C A Bois of Grenville, La Rocque's bicycle, and re. A W Filleul of Samuel Shaw and Son, 70 Bath Street's bicycle.
Date: March 27th 1942 - May 6th 1942
Request for requisition of 50 bicycles, correspondence includes; J P Le Druillenec of Callington, St Brelade's bicycle Request not to requisition certain bicycles by the Bakery organisation, Wybert Godfray of 2 Helmsdale Villas, Beaumont, St Peter's bicycle, L J Jones of 18 Rouge Bouillon's bicycle, Return of the bicycles of George Turner of 12, The Parade, E Le Brocq of 58, Don Street, and Henry Cotard of Villa Bree, St Martin.
Date: April 29th 1942 - July 8th 1944
Date: May 8th 1942 - August 10th 1944
Date: April 12th 1943 - April 28th 1943
Correspondence re. a register of 500 serviceable men's cycles, giving names and addresses.Payment for Mrs Sohier of 29, Roseville Street's bicycle.Requisition of Gladys Barbier of 2, Don Terrace, St Helier's bicycle.
Date: July 25th 1943 - January 4th 1945