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000004023

02.01.1903

12719 TAYOB H. KHAN MAHOMAD 00130 COLONIAL SECRETARY

1

From 1894 to middle of 1901, we have been guided by him, and he has prepared most of our memorials and has been specially called from Bombay. please let us include him.
000004031

03.01.1903

12721 BRITISH INDIANS OF NATAL 00396 VICEROY OF INDIA

4

We trust you will not countenance the Commission. Natal has already more than a lion's share in this partnership. If Natal cannot grant Indentured Indians'right to settle, please advise it to stop immigration.
000004030

03.01.1903

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1

Natal Indians offer hearty congratulations to H.M. the king and expression of deep loyalty on occasion of coronation, Durbar, Delhi.
000004024

03.01.1903

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1

In reply to a deputation of Chamber of Commerce, the Residential Magistrate has stated that coolie licences will not be renewed for next year.
000004025

06.01.1903

00130 COLONIAL SECRETARY 12719 TAYOB H. KHAN MAHOMAD

1

He will receive a deputation which should consist of not more than 15 people. Gandhiji who is not a resident of Transvaal cannot accompany supervisor of Asiatics will be present to assist and interpret.
000004027

07.01.1903

12720 LT. GOVERNOR TRANSVAAL, P. S. to 12719 TAYOB H. KHAN MAHOMAD

1

After consultation with Mr. Chamberlain, H.E. desires that there should be no change in the arrangements made regarding Gandhiji's presence or Superintendent's absence.
000004028

07.01.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00130 COLONIAL SECRETARY

2

We are too few here to be a danger ! please remove prohibition to owning property. please take us in to Confidence before Legislating.
000004026

07.01.1903

12719 TAYOB H. KHAN MAHOMAD 00130 COLONIAL SECRETARY

1

The late South Africa Republic was hostile and still he was allowed to represent us. We protest against official restraint due to the super's imposition.
000004029

12.01.1903

00193 BIRD, C. [Principal UnderSecretary] 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

As requested a cable was despatched to secretary of state for India. I enclose a copy of the cable and an account of its transmission.
000004033

23.01.1903

12723 PRAGJI ODHAVJI 12722 VYAS, GAURIBHAI P.

2

The enclosing cutting from 'Natal Witness' will show that a bill has been rushed through Natal Legislation which prohibits owing etc. of property. please ask Gandhiji to draft an appeal to the Governor.
000004034

23.01.1903

12506 BHAYAT, Amod 00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS

1

Please send us a draft of petition to the Governor regarding the decision against Asiatics. please send it soon.
000004032

25.01.1903

12722 VYAS, GAURIBHAI P. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

3

I send you herewith (1) a letter of P.O. munim of Bhayat sheth of Pmburg (2) Natal Witness's extract of 20th. (3) a letter to Natal Indian Congress Secretary.
000004035

30.01.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12724 PRO. INDIANS IN LONDON

2

He shares the fear of the Colonists here, that unless indentured Indians are returned South Africa will be swamped by Indians. Indenture would be unadulterated slavery. The solution is prohibition of emigration to Natal.
000004036

30.01.1903

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11

Some Lawyer's opinion, more as a politician than as a lawyer, on the laws regarding Indians A brief for the Indian Case through out.
000004037

02.02.1903

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Received pound 4669 in payment of your Bill due today (Received by Africa Bank Corporation, Johannesburg). Purchase of lots by the two.
000023792

06.02.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 10399 CALDER

1

Informs that the enclosures with his letter were not reveived.
000004038

09.02.1903

00193 BIRD, C. [Principal UnderSecretary] 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

His Majesty (the King) is pleased to command that his thanks and appreciation of Loyalty be conveyed to you.
000004039

18.02.1903

13477 NAZAR, M. H. 00349 TOWN CLERK

1

My services are at the disposal of the Town Lands Committee. I thank the Town Council, for dealing with the matter so promptly.
000025865

23.02.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

1

The trouble here is serious and I am likely to be detained. We have interviewed chamberlain. Please do there all that you can.
000025866

23.02.1903

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4

In the statement Gandhiji gives an idea of the repercussions of Chamberlain's visit. It speaks both ways. We hope the British Government will look at the things impartially. There is no danger if Indians Swamping these colonies and so there is not case for creating locations for them.
000004040

25.02.1903

12725 DURBAN TRAMWAYS, Manager 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

I do not countenance any such action as the one complained of , and I have given instructions to check the same.
000004042

19.03.1903

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1

The evidence clearly proved that the Defendant woman was brought here as an Indentured Indian, and so she should pay the Licence of 3 pound.
000004043

20.03.1903

12726 NUNDY, E[ADVOCATE] VERULAM 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

His 'Judgement' was practically what he wrote as reasons for it. He thought it best to shirk giving opinion, on points of law or questions of fact.
000004041

20.03.1903

12726 NUNDY, E[ADVOCATE] VERULAM 00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS

1

I Send you herewith a copy of the reasons given by the Acting Magistrate for conviction. The Case should be taken on appeal. Natal Indian Congress Paying for it.
000023901

22.03.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08273 WEDDERBURN, William (Sir)

1

Informs where Suleman Ismail's store which was closed forcibly was situated and that the protest to the Lt. Governot has not yet been replied to.
000023933

24.03.1903

08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai 08289 HAMILTON, George (Lord)

1

A plea to do justice to the Indians while the areas are still crown colonies so that the onus of creating hardships when they become self governing colonies later on. will be on them.
000023875

30.03.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Enclose a statement of political position. Informs that of £ 20 were sent to East London.
000023876

30.03.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Sends the periodical statement. Requests not to take any action on the enclosed note as it is a result of exasperated feelings and as it is not issued by him.
000004044

17.04.1903

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1

I think the definition of " Indentured Indians" given in Section 18 of Law 25, 1891, does cover a woman. The definition is not nullified by a later amendment regarding wages.
000004045

20.04.1903

12727 COHEN, N.M.& LEVY, N. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Solicitors of the sellers are now ready to give transfer to Budree Jeram Singh etc.
000004046

22.04.1903

12728 DOUGLAS W. 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

Mrs. caine and her family desire me to express their thanks for your sympathetic telegram on the Death of Mr. Caine.
000004047

22.04.1903

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1

He publicly married a Dutch woman who was converted to Islam Now he is to be charged, go he guilty ? Can he now get the marriage registered ?etc.
000004048

24.04.1903

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6

There is no provision for it here; and the marriage is Likely to be declared in valid. Moosa and his wife have not committed a crime having acted bonafide, but if they continue to Live together it may have serious effect.
000004049

28.04.1903

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2

Declaration of Purchaser Ramdayal (an Indian) of stand no. 307 (lot 3) now known as Edendale estate from H.H. for pound 26.
000004054

30.04.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12732 DUMAT, F.C.

1

My clients tell me that you are preparing transfers in the matter. when will they be handed to them? They are anxious to get them soonest.
000004052

30.04.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12730 ACUTT'S ARCADE, Manager

1

I enclose Herewith a cheque for pound 10309 in payment of p/ns due to Budree, Jeram Singh and Dobree. Kindly return p/ns duly discharged.
000004050

30.04.1903

00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS 12729 WHITE LEAGUE

1

You promised to intervene if the old laws were enforced against Indians who are British Subjects, and added that you dimmed these at the Chinese only.
000004051

30.04.1903

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2

Legal declaration informing that stand no 69 is jointly owned by Budree and 10 others, but that Budree is the manager and attorney of the whole.
000004053

30.04.1903

12731 ACCOUNTANTS DURBAN VENTURE SYN 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I duly received your cheque for which I enclose p/ns discharged.
000004055

01.05.1903

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5

3 pps. of D.Tailor Promising to r. Curie pound 43150 each. One bill full charge pound 1816. One statement showing amounts due to Indians (Budree and D.Taylor) by G.C. Jameson.
000004056

03.05.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

We cannot give transfer to your clients, until the diagrams of the subdivision of lots in Atholl are confirmed by the surveyor.
000025867

10.05.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

2

The situation is worsening. The real fight should be against legislation based on colour both regarding immigration and also holding property. Please do what you can.
00023918A

11.05.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00000 "BLANK"

1

Report of public meeting protesting against antiIndian legislation.
000004064

19.05.1903

12737 HIRACHAND PRAGJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

3

I have appointed Dungarsey Morarji as administrator. He must consult you. Please do the needful. Has some of his property been looted in the war?
000004057

01.06.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12734 BARMAN & G., Messrs

2

My clients did not know that the law was in force than. My clients propose that the lots be resold. Any excess accruing to my clients. If no excess your clients should return the amount with 8% interest.
000004059

01.06.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12732 DUMAT, F.C.

1

In spite of my reminder I am still without a reply to my letter of the 11th, Legal proceedings will be taken if transfer is delayed.
000004058

01.06.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12732 DUMAT, F.C.

1

I regret you have not replied to my letter of the 11th. My client is suffering loss as he is being kept out of his title.
00004055A

02.06.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12734 BARMAN & G., Messrs

1

Iam still without any reply to my letter regarding transfers. Pleae let me know your clients intention.
000004060

23.06.1903

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4

Any lease that requires registration against title deeds is fixed property and so cannot be given to Indians who can have lease of less than 10 years because it is not required to be registered.
000004061

29.06.1903

12735 CHIEF SECRETARY FOR PERMITS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

As requested I forward herewith the necessary permit to khedoo and Budree to return to this colony after visiting natal.
000024361

30.06.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08338 HARIDASBHAI

6

I am glad that Harilal is now out of danger. He may be sent Herewith Chhaganlal. Due to pressure of public work it will not be possible to return by the end of the year as per my promise to Mrs. Gandhi. I should therefore be either allowed to recede from the promise or she should come here:
000004062

30.06.1903

12717 MAYOR OF DURBAN 12736 CADIR, Abdool

1

I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th instant forwarding your resolution of 23rd idem.
000028107

03.07.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08628 KHANDERIA, MOHANLAL M.

2

My advice is not to go in for business It would domoralize you Better invest in fixed property.
000025868

04.07.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

2

Things are getting worse. The Europeans in general are not very keen but there are some who in the name of public send on anti Indian petition and the Government takes them seriously. Please aGitate there:
000004063

06.07.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

His houses are extant but some proper arrangements must made for collection of rent and other dues. I will pay charges for claims made good.
000028108

07.07.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08628 KHANDERIA, MOHANLAL M.

2

If you keen you may go in for business but you will have to obtain license from Government. I cannot use my influence if it means going against law.
000004067

21.07.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The enclosed shows a detailed statement of Dharamsey Prgjee's effects. Indians of Barberton who remained there misappropriated the property and informed the authorities that Dharamsey pragjee left nothing behind.
000004068

21.07.1903

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1

None knew then that Indians could not own property expect in Locations. Questions for the counsel (1) Can the enhancement in price go to Indians (2) Can they get damages for breach of transfer etc.
000004069

24.07.1903

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2

The Sale is void. Buyers can only demand amount actually paid and interest from the date of demand and nothing more:
000004070

30.07.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

We shall communicate with our clients regarding this matter and advise you what they will be prepared to do.
000004071

06.08.1903

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your letter has been referred to the Residential Magis trate of Barberton who will directly communicate with you.
000004072

07.08.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI

1

Probably I have not replied. I was hopping to get an official reply which has now been received. His case has been sent to Barberton.
000004066

09.08.1903

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11

The first document conferring powers of attorney to Hirachand Pragji, and who in the 2nd confers same to Dungarshi Morarji, also, a list of Pragjee's claim including rent p/ns and a deed of sale to him etc.
000004073

10.08.1903

12740 DELY & DEKOCK ESTATE VALUATORS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your letter will be placed for consideration before the Doornkraal Syndicate which will be held on the 14th.
000004075

11.08.1903

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Stands 13 and 14 with small iron buildings. stands reverted back to Government as taxes were not paid. No trace of buildings. No other property.
000004074

11.08.1903

12741 ACTING RESIDENTIAL MAGISTRATE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please send me Death Notice and Inventory completed, which I will transmit to the Supreme court to expedite settlement. see Encl.
000004092

13.08.1903

12742 SUPERINTENDENT OF ASIATICS 12743 AKOOJEE

1

He will be given a permit to proceed to Pretoria when the turn of his application for disposal comes.
000004077

19.08.1903

12741 ACTING RESIDENTIAL MAGISTRATE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Although the proclamation does not cover such a case, you should send in a declaration detailing the circumstances of his death to expedite settlement
000004065

21.08.1903

12738 MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please find enclosed a copy of the death certificate as requested in your letter of 2181902.
000004096

22.08.1903

12737 HIRACHAND PRAGJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

5

Haridas writes to me that he sent the P/ns and documents regarding dues to Dharamsey Pragji and Dharamsey Pragjiee's house purchase deed to Dungarshi. please do the needful.
000004076

25.08.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

If the buildings are let, money due by him can gradually be repaid and his heirs may also profit. If they are sold by Government the amount would be too small.
000004078

27.08.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Now that my clients know that your client is a British Indian, they cannot transfer the estate. They will refund the price without interest.
000004079

02.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your of 29th August. My client was not aware that your client was a British Indian till you brought the fact to our notice.
000004081

03.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Our client refuses to entertain any claim for interest on moneys deposited as purchase price. We are prepared to accept summons.
000004080

03.09.1903

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4

I was in Durban when he died. He was my friend. I got the Death Certificate. I made this Declaration to facilitate realisation of the estate. [enclosed Death Notice and Certificate and Inventory of property of (about pound 100) of Dharmsey Pragjee]
000004082

05.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

We definitely decline to pay any interest. your client was (at least) equally aware that he was a British Indian and so could not own land.
000028109

08.09.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08628 KHANDERIA, MOHANLAL M.

2

You may call your family if you wish to settle for a long time. I have told Harilal to wait for three years but if he insists to come he may sail in October.
000004083

09.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your letter of the 8th we send you pound 175 being deposited as the purchase price. We are prepared to accept summons.
000004084

11.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your letter of the 11th ..returning our cheque for pound 175 . what amount does your client claim as paid by him ?
000004085

14.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your letter enclosing statement of amounts paid by your client, regarding the purchase of two Lots in Atholl we shall submit the figures to the auctioneer.
000004086

17.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

The figures submitted by you are found to be correct. you have omitted in your Bill pound 660 survey costs. we enclose cheque for $. 194105 including pound 660, & pound 1511 interest from 29th July.
000004093

18.09.1903

12742 SUPERINTENDENT OF ASIATICS 12744 AMERSHI GOCULDAS

1

Your application of Dated 361903. Please give two references of Transvaal Resident and forward your Hawker's Licence.
000004094

18.09.1903

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2

Text of the Ordinance. Every person to possess a pass to remain in the Colony except specified exemptions and to produce it when Police demand; severe penalty etc.
000004095

18.09.1903

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11

Only those who pass European Language application Teat (2) Domiciled or 3 years resident (3) wife and minor child allowed immigration. severe Penalty.
000004087

19.09.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12733 DUMAT & DAVIS

1

Your cheque pound 194105. I am sorry refuse to pay interest demand. However I close the matter. But pound 660 has not been Omitted in my Bill. I therefore, refund pound 660 paid twice by you.
000004089

21.09.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12735 CHIEF SECRETARY FOR PERMITS

1

I beg to apply for a permit enabling the bearer, Mr. Budree, to go to Natal and return in a month.
000004090

22.09.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12186 RESIDENT MAGISTRATE NGUTU

1

I shall be obliged if you will kindly inform me what is being done in this estate.
000004088

22.09.1903

12733 DUMAT & DAVIS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your cheque for pound 660 is received. Thanks for your courtesy.
000004091

30.09.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

He and Akooji, a local merchant states that he was here before the war. I know for certain that at least after the war he was here, but went away as he came without a permit.
000004097

01.10.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I had claimed through you compensation for my stock of cloth. I cannot go to Barberton. Please get the case transferred to Pretoria.
000004098

09.10.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I have to go to Barber, for compensation. Have I do anything regarding Dharamsey Pragjee's Estate there ? You have a list of his collections ontstandings.
000004099

20.10.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The house is dilapidated and occupied free by Kaffirs. Abdul L. admits having collected rents previously but does not give proper account
000004100

24.10.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12186 RESIDENT MAGISTRATE NGUTU

1

I beg to remind you of my letter of the 22nd ultimo. what is being done in this Estate ?
000004101

27.10.1903

12741 ACTING RESIDENTIAL MAGISTRATE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I have made my recommendation to the master and am awaiting appointment of an Executor. When that is done he will inform you.
000004102

11.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

The Magistrate Barberton informs me that the papers have been forwarded to you. Has anything been done in the matter ?
000032367

18.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00416 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Ref. to Chhaganlal's aunt. Ref. to books etc. needed by Harilal. Ref. to proposed journey by steamer by Chhaganlal's aunt and others.
000004104

19.11.1903

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Resident Magistrate was informed on 21st September that any person recommended by him will be appointed Executor.
000004103

21.11.1903

12746 WONDERBROWN ESTATE COMPANY 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I enclose the Company's pound 10100, being refund of the 2nd instalment with interest and paid by your client for purchase in Pretoria.
000023877

23.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

2

They are useless I would request you to explain personally and to get orders prohibiting the Government from enforcing traders to migrate to the new sites. I invite attention to Lord Milner's speech. and Mr. Chamberlain's assurance.
000028483

25.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Instructions regarding financial arrangements.
000032900

25.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00416 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I have also received a letter from the brother of late Dharamshi Pragji. The laws in Transvaal are a little rigid. Hence there will be a long delay in his successors getting his bequest. While clearing the accounts with Shivalalbhai, please remember that we had deposited some money belonging to Rustomji Sheth of Durban with Shivalalbhai. My work has lightened, enough men to work in the office. Of course, increase in expenses.
000004105

26.11.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I cannot go to Barberton, leaving my Occupation. Please be yourself the trustee and i will follow your instructions.
000023878

30.11.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

2

Government's intention to relax in some cases. cannot go a long way. There are practical difficulties also.
000004106

01.12.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 03233 INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

1

The immigration Bill has received Royal Assent. Unless the Indian Government takes a firm stand immediately the new year will spell ruin to many Indians here:
000004117

01.12.1903

12737 HIRACHAND PRAGJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

4

He has left a widow named Dahi aged 14. All his papers are with Dungarshi who is so kind. you are related to me so please help me.
000004107

02.12.1903

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2

The Post Master General cannot legally thus exclude Indians from any Post Office and make Race Distinctions. A Test Case should be done.
000004108

05.12.1903

12748 GREGOROWSKI, R. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I do not think Post Master General can refuse service at the Ordinary counters for registered letters etc. He cannot point further than "An adjoining Bureau" ,to Indian customers. The application should be made to the supreme Court.
000004109

16.12.1903

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4

All direct damages are computable for compensation. If an Indian loses his premises with it, his right to a Licence full compensation for total loss of goodwill can be demanded.
000004110

18.12.1903

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2

In absence of a penal clause, Government cannot compel Indians now residing in the town to remove to locations. They should "sittight" and watch the Government move.
000004111

19.12.1903

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3

Pillay can claim share in the profits of Carey's new business, if the profits have arisen from employment of the partnership property or it carry has gained by utilising his membership of the old partnership.
000004112

21.12.1903

12748 GREGOROWSKI, R. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Damages sustained by a trader easing off his stock would hardly be allowed to be immediate & direct'. He should have continued his business fully stopped it altogether.
000004113

22.12.1903

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

There is none fit to be a trusted. But if you agree to be the trustee somebody can be entrusted with the work. Dharansey Pragjee's stand in Bar was practically sold, (in lieu of Advances) to Tricumjee.
000004116

29.12.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

I do not know if the titledeeds are to be given free by the seller. If not kindly draw up the Title Deeds and send me for signature etc.
000004114

29.12.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

I have found a man who would administer the estate. His name is Dungarshi Morarji P.Box. 1080, Pretoria.
000004115

29.12.1903

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13491 GREEN & TUNMER

1

I enclose cheque for pound 4040 last payment for lot no. 42 in Wentworth. Mr. Nazar will prepare the Title Deeds.

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