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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G44



Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G44


Northern Territory Government


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Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice


no. G44, 8 November 2000

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Page 2 The Northern Territory Government Gazelle No. G44. 8 November 2000 Assent to Proposed Laws His Honour the Administrator assented to the following proposed laws: Monday 23 October 2000 Oaths Amendment Act 2000 (No. 47 of 200D) Status of Palmerston Act 2000 (No. 48 of 20(0) 1144 IAN McNEILL Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Building Act APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER AND CHAIRMAN OF BUILDING APPEALS BOARD I. TIMOTHY DENNEY BALDWIN, the Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment (a) in pursuance of section 17(2) of the Bujlding Act, appoint Peter John Brears, a person who has ex.perience in the building industry or matters connected with the building industry, to be a member of the Building Appeals Board; and (b) in pursuance of section 17(2)(a) of the Buildjng Act, appoint Peter John Brears to be the Chairman of the Building Appeals Board. Dated 26th October, 2000. 2/44 T. D. BALDWIN Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment Interpretation Act NOTIFICATION OF MAKING OF RULES OF COURT UNDER SUPREME COURT ACT I, DENIS GABRIEL BURKE, the Auorney-General, in pursuance of section 63(3) of the Interpretation Aer, give notice that he Judges of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory of Australia have made the following Rules of Court under section 86 of the Supreme Court Act: Regulations 2000, No. 52 : Amendments of Supreme Court Rules. Copies of the above Rules of Court may be purchased at Northern Territory Government Publications, Government Printing Office, Railway Street, Parap, Darwin NT 0800, and the Alice Springs Access Centre, Westpac Building, Todd Mall, Alice Springs NT 0870. Dated 30th October, 2000. 3/44 D.G. BURKE Attorney-General Place Names Act NAMING OF PUBLIC PLACE I, TIMOTHY DENNEY BALDWIN, the Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment, in pursuance of section II of the Place Names Act, approve the recommendation contained in a report by the Place Names Committee that the road shown hatched on the plan appearing in the schedule be named Farrar Boulevard, Bauldry Avenue, Scanlan Court, Costello Court, Nutwood Crescent, William Street, Kyabra Street, Catt Crescent, Ferney Street and Nutwood Park, as indicated on that plan. Dated 26th October, 2000. Note: T D. BALDWIN Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment FARRAR BOULEVARD - Named in commemoration of John Samuel Farrar (1838-1918), Manager of "Lake Nash" for John Costello in 1880s later settling on the Roper at "Mainoru" then "Nutwood Downs". He died at "Ferney", Maryborough, Queensland in 1918; BAULDRY AVENUE - Named in commemoration of Mary Ann Farrar (nee Bauldry) (\ 859-1917) who married John Samuel Farrar at Bourke, NSW, in 1859; SCANLAN COURT - Named in commemoration of Mary Scanlan who married John Costello on 7 January 1865 at Goulburn, NSW; COSTELLO COURT - Named in commemoration of John Costello, the pastoralist and explorer of Irish parents who settled first at "Kyabra" in remote Western Queensland in 1868, to Lake Nash in the Northern Territory in 1880, then "Valley of Springs" on the Lirooen River NT in 1886; NUTWOOD CRESCENT - Named after "Nutwood Downs" the Northern Temtory Station established by J S Farrar and his son Robert in the 1890s; WILLIAM STREET - Named in commemoration of William Ernest Farrar (1893-1970), third son of J S Farrar; KYABRA STREET - Named after the Queensland Station established by John Costello in 1868 and where J S Farrar worked for Costello before becoming his manager on the "Diamentina River", Qld, and" Lake Nash", NT, stations; CATT CRESCENT - Named after "Mount Can", North of Roper River, one of the early stations held by the Farrar family in the 1920s; FERNEY STREET - Named after the run near Maryborough, Queensland, where J S Farrar and his wife Mary Ann died in 1918 and 1917 respectively; and NUTWOOD PARK - Named after "Nutwood Downs" the Northern Territory Station established by J S Farrar and his son Robert in the 1890s. fA1lil1llA1l "'s .... i@W~ @~ ~~~~~~~i@~ 4/44

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