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20 January 1922

South Africa Government Gazette dated 1922-01-20 number 1066

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OFFICIAL GAZETTE —                                                                     OF   THE

    HIGH                       COMMISSIONER                                                     FOR                     SOUTH                            AFRICA.
                                    PUBLISHED      BY    AUTHORITY        OF     HIS    ROYAL   HIGHNESS           THE    HIGH       COMMISSIONER

  Vou.    LXXVII.]                          /            PRETORIA,             FRIDAY,      20TH       JANUARY,            1922.                        ’                       [No. 1066.

         HIGH      COMMISSIONER’S               NOTICE    No.    1 or    1922.                  of Peace with Hungary,                has issued a licence under article one (i)
                                                                                                of the Treaty of Peace                (Hungary) Order, 1921, in the following
                         WAR MEDALS                                                                 : —
                                                                                                terms
Granted hy His Majesty the King to the Mercantile Marine,                                           British creditors and debtors in Swaziland may communicate in
      Licensed Picts, Fishermen, and Crews of Pilotage and Light-                               writing with their Hungarian debtors and creditors direct with
      house Authorities’ Vessels, and of Post Office Cable Ships.                               regard to the adjustment of accounts or settlement of pre-war
                                                                                                debts, or debts arising out of pre-war transactions or contracts, due
                                                                                                by Hungarian nationals. to British nationals.      If a direct settle-
    With referenceto High Commissioner’s Notice No. 75 of 1920, it
is hereby notified for general information that in respect of the                               ment is negotiated the draft of the agreement embodying the terms
issue of the above medal applications will also be considered from                              must be submitted in duplicate to the Controller for his approval,
the next-of-kin.                                        '                                       and such approval in writing obtained before any such agreement
                                                                                                can be entered into.                                               :
    The authorities in Basutoland, the Bechuanaland Protectorate,
and Swaziland to    whom applications should be made by persons                                     Apart from the penalties incurred by the breach of this licence,
                                                                                                no agreement for the settlement      of such debts   or claims will  be
residing in those  territories, are the Government Secretaries at
Maseru, Mafeking,    and Mbabane, respectively.                                                 valid or binding on the parties in the absence of such written
                                                                                                approval.
                 ByCommand of His Royal Highness                                                      The    Controller     also     hereby       licences   communication            in      writing
                       the High Commissioner.                                                   between British debtors and Hungarian creditors with regard to
                                         H. J. STANLEY,                                         pre-war debts or debts arising out of pre-war transactions or con-
  /                                             Imperial Secretary.                             tracts, with the sole object of ascertaining particulars of indebted-
High Commissioner’s Office, — ,                                                                 ness between the parties, provided that no proposal or suggestion
    Capetown, 12th January, 1922.                                                               is made for the payment or settlement of such debts except through
                                                                                                the clearing offices, and that the party so communicating shall
           (Printed      by   the   Government     Printer,     Pretoria.)                      retain true copies of such communications and the original replies
                                                                                                thereto and hand the same. to the Controller on demand at any
                                                                                                time.                                        .      .
                                                                                                    Any direct communication outside the scope of this licence is
         HIGH      COMMISSIONER’S               NOTICE    No.     2 or   1922.                  ax. offence punishable by fine and/or imprisonment.
                                                                                                                                   B. NICHOLSON,
 _ It is hereby notified for general information that His Royal                                                   Controller of the Local Clearing Office, Swaziland.
Highness the High Commissioner has been pleased to appoint                                      Mbabane, Swaziland,                            ‘
Captain Nicholas John Crosby to be a Justice of the Peace for the                                   14th January, 1922.
Southern District of the Bechuanaland Protectorate.
                By Command of His Royal Highness                                                                    BECHUANAL AND                    PROTECTORATE.
                      the High Commissioner.
                                       H. J. STANLEY,                                             .                                          NOTICE.
                                               Imperial Secretary.
High Commissioner’s Office,                                                                     COMMUNICATION   BETWEEN  CREDITORS AND DEBTORS
   Capetown, 12th January, 1922.                                                                      OF BRITISH AND HUNGARIAN NATIONALS.
                                                                                                      It    is hereby    notified     that    the    Controller     of    the   Local      Clearing
           (Printed      by the     Government     Printer,     Pretoria.)
                                                                          f                     Office established          in the Bechuanaland Protectorate under the
                                                                                                Treaty of Peace           Order (Bechuanaland Protectorate) Proclamation
                                                                                                1920, which, by            virtue of section two .of the Treaty of Peace
         HIGH      COMMISSIONER’S               NOTICE    No.     3 or   1922.                  (Hungary) Order            (Bechuanaland Protectorate) Proclamation, 1921,
                                                                                                is also the local         clearing office for the purpose of the Treaty of
     It is hereby ‘notified for general information that His Royal                              Peace       with   Hungary,        has   issued     a licence     under     article     one    (i1) of
Highness the High Commissioner has been pleased to approve the                                  the Treaty of Peace (Hungary) Order, 1921, in the following terms:
constitution of the Liquor Licensing Court of Swaziland, under                                      British creditors and debtors in the Bechuanaland Protectorate
section ten of the Liquor Licensing Ordinance, 1902, of the Trans-                              may        communicate       in     writing    with     their     Hungarian        debtors        and
vaal, as amended and in force in Swaziland, as follows :—                                       creditors direct with regard to the adjustment of accounts or settle-
    The Assistant Commissioner, Mbabane.                                                        ment of pre-war debts, or debts arising out of pre-war transactions
    Allister Mitchell Miller, Esquire, J.P.                                                     or contracts, due by Hungarian nationals to British nationals.
    James Henry Howe, Esquire, J.P.                                                             Tf a direct settlement is negotiated the draft of the agreerfent
    Arthur Robert Price Torrens, Esquire, J.P.                                                  embodying the terms must be submitted in duplicate to the Con-
    Tom Kelly, Esquire, J.P.                                                                    troller for his approval, and such approval in writing obtained
                                                                                                before any such agreement can be entered into.
                 By Command of His Royal Highness                                                   Apart from the penalties incurred by the breach of this licence,
                        the High Commissioner.                                                  no agreement for the settlement of such debts or claims will be
                                           H. J. STANLEY,                                       valid or binding on the parties in the absence of such written
                               ;                  Imperial Secretary.                           approval,                                                  .
High Commissioner’s Office,                                                                         The Controller also hereby licences communication in writing
    Capetown, 14th January, 1922.                                                               between British debtors and Hungarian creditors with regard to
                                                                                                pre-war debts or debts arising out of pre-war transactions or
              (Printed   by   the   Government      Printer,    Pretoria.)                      contracts, with the sole object of ascertaining particulars of
                                                                                                indebtedness between the parties, provided that no proposal or
                                                                                                suggestion is made for the payment or settlement of such debts
                                                                                                except through the clearing offices, and that the party so com-
                                     0. H. M.S.                                                 municating shall retain true copies of such communications and
                                                                                                the original replies thereto and hand the same to the Controller on
                  SWAZILAND           GOVERNMENT           NOTICE.                              demand at any time.                                          8
                                                                                                    Any direct communication outside the scope of this licence is an
     It is hereby notified that the Controller of the Local Clearing                            offence punishable by fine and/or imprisonment.
Office, established in Swaziland under the Treaty of Peace Order
(Swaziland) Proclamation, 1920, which, by virtue of section two of                                                         :              M. WILLIAMS,
                                                                                                                              Controller of the Local Clearing Office.
the Treaty of Peace (Hungary) Order (Swaziland) Proclamation,
1921, is also the local clearing office for the purpose of the Treaty                           Mafeking, 10th January, 1922.
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