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1st Gazette Notification of Khulna Municipality.
 
(Collected from National Library, Calcutta ).
 
638
 
 
THE CALCUTTA GAZETTE, MAY 28, 1884
NOTIFICATION
 
[Part I]
 
 
The 18th May 1884.- It is hereby notified, under section 8, Act V (B.C.) of 1876, that in accordance with the recommendation of the local authorities, the Lieutenant-Governor intends to declare the town of Khulna, comprising the villages of Khulna with Koylaghat and Hilatola, Baniakhamar, Tootpara, Goborchaka with Sikhpara, Noornagar, Shibbari with Charabati, and Chota Boyra with Bariapara, in the district of Khulna, to be a second class municipality, with effect from the 1st July 1884, unless good reasons are shown to the contrary within one mouth from the date of the publication of this notification within the town.
 
The boundaries of the proposed municipality will be as follows :-
 
On the North-         The River Bhoyrub.
 
On the East-          The Rivers Bhoyrub and Rupsha.
 
On the South-        The Matiakhali Khal, Labanchora Khal, Naowdurar Khal and 
                            the north of the river Moia.
 
On the West-       The south-east of Bara Boyra, Gowalpara and Nuygunni.
 
E.N. Baker
Offg. Secretary to the Govt. of Bengal .
 
[Part I]
 
 
THE CALCUTTA GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884
 
 
NOTIFICATION
 
 
953
 
 
 
The 8th September 1884.- Whereas a notification, dated the 18th May 1884, announcing the intention of the Lieutenant-Governor ti extend the provisions of the Bengal Municipal Act, III (B.C.) of 1884 to the town of Khulna, comprising the villages of Khulna with Koylaghat and Hilatola, Baniakhamar, Tootpara, Goborchaka with Sikhpara, Noornagar, Shibbari with Charabati, and Chota Boyra with Bariapara, in the district of Khulna, was published at page 638, Part I of the Calcutta Gazette of the 28th idem; and whereas valid objections have been raised to the extension of the provisions of the said Act to the villages of Gobarchaka with Shekhpara and Noornagur only,
it is hereby notified for general information that, in the exercise of the power vested in the Local Government by section 8 of the said Act, the Lieutenant-Governor extends the provisions of the said Act of the town of Khulna, comprising only the villages of Khulna with Koylaghat and Helatola, Baniakhamar, Tootpara, Shibbari with Charabati, and Chota Boyra with Bariapara with effect from the 1st October 1884. The boundaries of the municipality thus created will be as follows:-
 
On the North-        The River Bhoyrub.
 
On the East-         The Rivers Bhoyrub and Rupsha.
 
On the South-       The Matiakhali Khal, Labanchora Khal, Naowdurar Khal and
                            the north of the river Moia, excluding the village of Gobarchaka
                            with Shekhpara.  
 
On the West-       The south-east of Bara Boyra, Gowalpara and Nuygunni,
                           excluding the village of Noornagur .
 
The name of the municipality shall be inserted in the first schedule of the said Act; but not in the second schedule. The number of Commissioners to be appointed to the Municipal Committee shall be fifteen.  
 
Colman Macaulat
 
Secretary to the Govt. of Bengal .