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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G25

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Title

Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G25

Creator

Northern Territory Government

Collection

Northern Territory Government Gazette - G Series; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice

Date

1985-06-26

Location

Darwin

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Gazettes; Politics and government; Government gazettes; Darwin (N.T.); Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice

Volume

No. G25, 26 June 1985

File type

application/pdf

ISSN

0157-8324

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/754373

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/774979

Page content

Page 8 Taylor Road, thence southerly by the eastern boundary of Taylor Road across the North Australia Railway to the most western south-western corner of Section 273 Hundred of Bagot: thence southerly by a line across the Stuart Highway to the most western north-westem corner of Section 200 Hundred of Bagot: thence southerly by the eastern boundary ofRadford Road acrossFreds Pass Road and Fellows Road to the south-western corner of Section 271 Hundred of Bagot: thence southerly by the southern prolongation of the eastern boundary of Radiord Road across a road to its intersection with the northern boundary of Section 302 Hundred of Strangways:thence easterly and southerly by part of the northern boundary and part of the eastern boundary of the said Section to its intersection with the centreline of Brookings Creek: thence generally south-westerly by the centreline of Brookings Creek to its intersection with the centreline of Mitchells Creek: thence generally south-westerly by the centreline of Mitchells Creek to its intersection with the centreline of Elizabeth River: thence generally north-westerly by the centreline of Elizabeth River and its westerly prolongation to its intersection with the low water mark of Port Darwin at East Arm: thence generally north-westerly by the said low water mark to its intersection'with the south-westerly prolongation of the centreline of Hudson Creek: thence generally north-easterly by the said prolongation and the centreline of Hudson Creek to its intersection with the southerly prolongation of a western boundary of Lot 27 Town of Palmerston: thence northerly by the said prolongation and the said western boundary of the said Lot across a road to the south-western corner of Section 70 Hundred of Bagot: thence easterly by the southern boundaries of Sections 70 and 71 Hundred of Bagot to the point of commencement. But excluding therefrom those parts along the low water mark of allintcrsecting rivers, streams and estuaries inland from a straightline joining the seawar4 extremity of each of the opposite banks of each of the said rivers, streams and estuaries so that the aforesaid boundary line shall follow that part below low water mark of each of the aforesaid straight lines across each of the aforesaid rivers, streams and estuaries 28/25 Tile Noriheni Terniory Gove, ,linen! Gazelle No. G25. 26 Inne 1985 Mines Safety ControlAct NOTICEOFREQUIREMENTFORMOBILEPLANT ONMINES (As per notification to Mine Managers 2 March 1984) PUTSuant with the powers of a Government Mining Engineer under Section 14 of the Minin" Safety Con!rol Act and applicable 10 Regulation 402 I direct that I. From 30 JUNE 1985 all mobile equipment operaiinu shall be filled with Roll Over Protection unless exempt as per item (2) 2. Machines not fitted with bed plates are exempt from carrying a Roll over Protection Structure until June 1987. or unless otherwise exempt by a Government Mining Engineer 3. Roll Over Protective Structures filled to mobile equipment. shall conform to the requirements of: Australian Standard As 2294-1979 "Protective Structures for Operators of Earth Moving Machines"; or equivalent code that is acceptable to the Chief Government Mining Engineer 4. Operators of mobile equipment fitted with Roll Over Protection Structures must wear seal belts. The relevant Australian Standard is As2664-"Earthmoving Machinery. Seat Belts and Seat Belt Anchorages. " h is recommended that Roll Over Protection Structures should be complemented with a fully enclosed operators cabin to preventthe operator from being thrown from the machine and crushed in the event of a multiple roll R. I. KING Chief Government Mining Engineer Mines Safety ControlAct APPOINTMENTOFGOVERNMENTMINING ENGINEER I. MARSHALL BRUCE PERRON. the Minister for Mines and Energy. in PUTSuance of section 6(I)(b) of the A1^^es Safely Control Act. appoint Emmanuel Cuano Fermo an Officer. who (a) possesses a mining diploma that has been approved by Ihe Mining Board of the Northern Territory; and (b) has not had less than 5 years experience in the mining industry that has been approved by the Mining Board of the Northern Territory. 10 be a Government Mining Engineer Dated this sixth day of July. 1985 M. B. PERRON Minister for Mines and Energy 30/2S Companies Act APPOINTMENTOFDEPUTYREGISTRAROF COMPANIES I. MARSHALL BRUCE PERRON. the AttorneyGeneral. in pursuance of section 7(I) of the Companies ACi. appoint Carolyn May Quinn 10 be a Deputy Registrar of Companies Dated this fifteenth day of June. 1985 M. B. PERRON Attorney-General 29/25 31125 Liquor Act NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFORALICENCETO SELLLIQUOR WE. WHITES HARDWARE Ply LTD of d- Ernst & Whinney. 30 Daly Street. Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that we have applied 10 the Northern Territory Liquor Commission for a licence to sellliquor in the premises known as BERRY SPRINGS CENTRE at Lot 8 Section 1577 Hundred of Ayers in the Northern Territory and which we intend to keep as a SUPERMARKET and GENERAL STORE Trading details are: Liquor will be sold for consumption away from the premises during the "prescribed hours" as may' be set from lime 10 time by regulation


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