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GALE数据库: China and the Modern World: Hong Kong, Britain and China 1841–1951 详细目录

Date Range: 1841-1951
Language: English and Chinese
Source Institution: The National Archives (Kew, United Kingdom)
Extent: 2,179 manuscripts

War and Colonial Department and Colonial Office: Hong Kong, Original Correspondence

China and the Modern World: Hong Kong, Britain and China 1841–1951 presents a collection of British government documents on colonial Hong Kong, spanning a period of over a century. Digitized from the British Colonial Office records grouped under the CO 129 Series titled “War and Colonial Department and Colonial Office: Hong Kong, Original Correspondence,” the collection consists of despatches and correspondence between the governors of Hong Kong and the Colonial Office, as well as letters and telegrams of other government departments and organizations such as the Foreign Office, Home Office, and War Offices. In the form of bound volumes, these records were arranged chronologically till 1926 when arrangement by subject files was introduced. Each volume comes with a contents list, or a précis of each letter giving the name of correspondent, date of letter and subject matter.

This collection of British Colonial office correspondence on colonial Hong Kong provides detailed and valuable information on the political, military, social, economic, and external development of Hong Kong. It also sheds light on the British Empire in Asia, China’s transformation from empire to republic, mainland China-Hong Kong relations, and the international politics of East Asia.

Chronologically, the collection can be divided into four periods according to Professor John Carroll from the University of Hong Kong:

Foundations (1840s–late 1800s)

The files for the early decades reveal that these were exciting yet uncertain times. Disease and piracy were rampant. Despite its fine harbour, Hong Kong was slow to become the great commercial “mart” or “emporium” envisioned by its colonial founders. Despatches from early governors such as John Francis Davis and John Bowring vividly betray this uncertainty and lack of confidence.

Other files show how early-colonial Hong Kong worked economically and politically. We learn about the opium and “coolie” trades (the twin pillars of Hong Kong’s economy) and about how land lots were allocated – at public auctions and sometimes as rewards to Chinese who had collaborated with the British during the Opium War and in building the infant colony. Likewise, the collection shows how monopolies for opium and other commodities were acquired. Correspondence throughout this period discusses piracy and the joint Anglo-Chinese efforts to suppress it.

Included here are discussions of racial discrimination and segregation, including through clubs such as the exclusive Hong Kong Club (香港會) and through the various residential ordinances of the late 1800s and early 1900s. These files also help us understand the emergence and perpetuation of a local Chinese elite, with the establishment of voluntary associations such as the Man Mo Temple (文武廟), Tung Wah Hospital (東華醫院), and Po Leung Kuk (保良局), and social organizations such as the Chinese Club (華商會所) and the Chinese Recreation Club (中華游樂會). We also learn that within only years after Hong Kong became a Crown Colony, Chinese and European residents learned to join forces occasionally, as they did in February 1848 to petition the colonial government about the payment of ground rents.

The files contain important details about governance and the administration of justice, including John Davis’s short-lived “native Chinese Peace Officers” scheme, Governor Richard MacDonnell’s draconian “great experiment” to lower the crime rate and reduce the number of prisoners, and his successor John Pope Hennessy’s efforts to modernize Hong Kong’s penal system and to reduce racial discrimination and segregation.

Revolution and Reform in China (1890s–early 1900s)

The collection is immensely useful for understanding China’s revolutionary movement that began in the late 1800s. The correspondence included shows how Hong Kong helped facilitate the activities of Sun Yat-sen and other revolutionaries. It also reveals the concerns of the Hong Kong and British governments that the colony not become a base for subversion, even while some local authorities supported the revolutionary movement. Here we find Governor William Robinson’s famous order of March 1896 banishing Sun from Hong Kong for five years, as well as details about reformer Kang Youwei’s stay in the colony after the aborted Hundred Days of Reform in 1898.

The Interwar Years (1920s–late 1930s)

The files for this period are particularly useful to scholars of British “new imperialism” and modern Chinese history. They reveal Britain’s new commitment to expanding public works, including not only road works and reservoirs, but hospitals and teacher-training colleges. They also shed light on the mui tsai (妹仔, female bondservant) controversy of the 1920s and 1930s, which became one of the most intense and protracted disputes in British colonial policy and involved even Winston Churchill.

This collection includes invaluable information on the strikes of the 1920s, especially the general strike-boycott of 1925–26. Inspired by developments in mainland China, especially the rise of nationalism and labour consciousness, these strikes remind us how the history of Hong Kong has always been intertwined with that of China’s. They also reveal tensions among the British Foreign Office, the Colonial Office, and the Hong Kong government about British policy towards China, as the Colonial Office and the Hong Kong government sometimes worried that the Foreign Office was more concerned about relations with China than about tiny Hong Kong.

War, Reconstruction, and Revolution (1940s–1951)

Although regular correspondence between Hong Kong and London ceased during the Japanese occupation from December 1941 to summer 1945, this collection includes discussions about defense plans for a possible invasion, including the 1940 evacuation of British women and children to Australia. These files are of great value to scholars of British migration. Correspondence from the immediate postwar years provides insight into the Japanese occupation, including the activities of Chinese and Eurasian business and community leaders during the war. Also included in this correspondence are plans for reconstruction and rebuilding Hong Kong, and concerns about the Chinese civil war and the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.

Especially useful here are Governor Mark Young’s proposals for localization and municipal form (the so-called Young Plan), the British government’s initial endorsement of the proposal, Governor Alexander Grantham’s and the local British and Chinese business elites’ lack of support, and finally the abandonment of what would have been the most innovative political reforms in Hong Kong’s colonial history.

This collection ends in 1951 during the Korean War, with the files revealing local worries about how the war, and the larger US-China conflict, might affect Hong Kong, the so-called “reluctant cold warrior” eager not to jeopardize relations with its giant neighbour.

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Manuscript Number        Document Title       Date

CO 129/1         Despatches, Offices and Individuals: 1842   1842

CO 129/2         Despatches, Offices and Individuals: 1843   1843

CO 129/3         Foreign Office: 1843       1843

CO 129/4         Offices and Individuals: 1843         1843

CO 129/5         Despatches: Pottinger: 1844 1844

CO 129/6         Despatches: Davis: 1844 Jan.-July January-July, 1844

CO 129/7         Despatches; Davis: 1844 Aug.-Dec.       August-December, 1844

CO 129/8         Foreign Office: 1844       1844

CO 129/9         Offices and Individuals: 1844         1844

CO 129/10       Colonial Outward Correspondence: Sir H. Pottinger: 1841-1844        1841-1844

CO 129/11       Despatches: 1845 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1845

CO 129/12       Despatches: 1845 May-July   May-July, 1845

CO 129/13       Despatches: 1845 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1845

CO 129/14       Offices: 1845  1845

CO 129/15       Individuals: 1845     1845

CO 129/16       Despatches: 1846 Jan.-June  January-June, 1846

CO 129/17       Despatches: 1846 July-Dec.   July-December, 1846

CO 129/18       Offices and Individuals: 1846         1846

CO 129/19       Despatches: 1847 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1847

CO 129/20       Despatches: 1847 May-Aug.  May-August, 1847

CO 129/21       Despatches: 1847 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1847

CO 129/22       Offices and Individuals: 1847         1847

CO 129/23       Despatches: 1848 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1848

CO 129/24       Despatches: 1848 Mar.-June March-June, 1848

CO 129/25       Despatches: 1848 July-Aug.   July-August, 1848

CO 129/26       Despatches: 1848 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1848

CO 129/27       Offices and Individuals: 1848         1848

CO 129/28       Despatches: 1849 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1849

CO 129/29       Despatches: 1849 Apr.-July    July, 1848-April, 1849

CO 129/30       Despatches: 1849 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1849

CO 129/31       Offices and Individuals: 1849         1849

CO 129/32       Despatches: 1850 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1850

CO 129/33       Despatches: 1850 May-Aug.  May-August, 1850

CO 129/34       Despatches: 1850 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1850

CO 129/35       Offices and Individuals: 1850         1850

CO 129/36       Despatches: 1851 Jan.-May   January-May, 1851

CO 129/37       Despatches: 1851 June-Sept.         June-September, 1851

CO 129/38       Despatches (1851 Oct.-Dec.); Offices and Individuals: 1851       1851

CO 129/39       Despatches; Bonham: 1852   1852

CO 129/40       Despatches: Jervoise: 1852   1852

CO 129/41       Offices and Individuals: 1852         1852

CO 129/42       Despatches: 1853 Jan.-June  January-June, 1853

CO 129/43       Despatches: 1853 July-Dec.   July-December, 1853

CO 129/44       Offices and Individuals: 1853         1853

CO 129/45       Despatches: 1854 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1854

CO 129/46       Despatches: 1854 May 1-Aug.19   May 1-August 19, 1854

CO 129/47       Despatches: 1854 Aug. 21-Dec. 11        August 21-December 11, 1854

CO 129/48       Offices and Individuals: 1854         1854

CO 129/49       Despatches: 1855 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1855

CO 129/50       Despatches: 1855 May-June  May-June, 1855

CO 129/51       Despatches: 1855 July 1-Sept. 4    July 1-September 4, 1855

CO 129/52       Despatches: 1855 Sept. 10-Dec. 11       September 10-December 11, 1855

CO 129/53       Offices and Individuals: 1855         1855

CO 129/54       Despatches: 1856 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1856

CO 129/55       Despatches: 1856 Mar.-May  March-May, 1856

CO 129/56       Despatches: 1856 June  June 1856

CO 129/57       Despatches: 1856 July    July 1856

CO 129/58       Despatches: 1856 Aug.-Oct.  August-October, 1856

CO 129/59       Despatches: 1856 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1856

CO 129/60       Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade and Foreign: 1856        1856

CO 129/61       Offices: Land Board, Law Officers, Miscellaneous, Treasury and War; Individuals: 1856         1856

CO 129/62       Despatches: 1857 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1857

CO 129/63       Despatches: 1857 Apr.-July    April-July, 1857

CO 129/64       Despatches: 1857 Aug.-Oct.  August-October, 1857

CO 129/65       Despatches (1857 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Council and Foreign: 1857         1857

CO 129/66       Offices: Land Board, Law Offices, Miscellaneous, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury and War; Individuals: 1857      1857

CO 129/67       Despatches: 1858 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1858

CO 129/68       Despatches: 1858 May 3-Aug. 9    May 3-August 9, 1858

CO 129/69       Despatches: 1858 Aug. 9-Dec. 29 August 9-December 29, 1858

CO 129/70       Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade, Council, Emigration [Please Note: the Document Divider Is Erroneously Written as Land Board], and Foreign: 1858   1858

CO 129/71       Offices: Law Officers, House of Commons, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1858         1858

CO 129/72       Individuals: 1858     1858

CO 129/73       Despatches: 1859 Jan.-May   January-May, 1859

CO 129/74       Despatches: 1859 June-Dec. June-December, 1859

CO 129/75       Offices: 1859  1859

CO 129/76       Individuals: 1859     1859

CO 129/77       Despatches: 1860 Jan.-June  January-June, 1860

CO 129/78       Despatches: 1860 July-Dec.   July-December, 1860

CO 129/79       Offices and Individuals: 1860         1860

CO 129/80       Despatches: 1861 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1861

CO 129/81       Despatches: 1861 Apr.-July    April-July, 1861

CO 129/82       Despatches: 1861 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1861

CO 129/83       Offices (Except War): 1861    1861

CO 129/84       Offices War; Individuals: 1861       1861

CO 129/85       Despatches: 1862 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1862

CO 129/86       Despatches: 1862 May-June  May-June, 1862

CO 129/87       Despatches: 1862 July-Sept.  July-September, 1862

CO 129/88       Despatches: 1862 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1862

CO 129/89       Offices (Except War): 1862    1862

CO 129/90       Offices War; Individuals: 1862       1862

CO 129/91       Despatches: 1863 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1863

CO 129/92       Despatches: 1863 Apr.-June   April-June, 1863

CO 129/93       Despatches: 1863 July-Oct.   July-October, 1863

CO 129/94       Despatches: 1863 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1863

CO 129/95       Offices: 1863  1863

CO 129/96       Individuals: 1863     1863

CO 129/97       Despatches: 1864 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1864

CO 129/98       Despatches: 1864 Apr.-May   April-May, 1864

CO 129/99       Despatches: 1864 June-Aug. June-August, 1864

CO 129/100     Despatches: 1864 Sept. September 1864

CO 129/101     Despatches: 1864 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1864

CO 129/102     Offices: 1864  1864

CO 129/103     Individuals: 1864     1864

CO 129/104     Despatches: 1865 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1865

CO 129/105     Despatches: 1865 May-July   May-July, 1865

CO 129/106     Despatches: 1865 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1865

CO 129/107     Despatches: 1865 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1865

CO 129/108     Offices (Except Foreign): 1865       1865

CO 129/109     Offices Foreign: 1865     1865

CO 129/110     Individuals: 1865     1865

CO 129/111     Despatches: 1866 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1866

CO 129/112     Despatches: 1866 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1866

CO 129/113     Despatches: 1866 May-June  May-June, 1866

CO 129/114     Despatches: 1866 July-Aug.   July-August, 1866

CO 129/115     Despatches: 1866 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1866

CO 129/116     Despatches: 1866 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1866

CO 129/117     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents and Foreign: 1866  1866

CO 129/118     Offices: Home, Land Board, Law Officers, Miscellaneous, Board of Trade and Treasury: 1866         1866

CO 129/119     Offices: War; Individuals: 1866      1866

CO 129/120     Despatches: 1867 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1867

CO 129/121     Despatches: 1867 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1867

CO 129/122     Despatches: 1867 May-June  May-June, 1867

CO 129/123     Despatches: 1867 July    July 1867

CO 129/124     Despatches: 1867 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1867

CO 129/125     Despatches: 1867 Oct. 9-Nov.28   October 9-November 28, 1867

CO 129/126     Despatches: 1867 Nov. 29-Dec. 31        November 29-December 31, 1867

CO 129/127     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Council, Foreign, Home, India and Law Officers: 1867         1867

CO 129/128     Offices: Land Board, Miscellaneous, Board of Trade, Treasury and War: 1867 1867

CO 129/129     Despatches: 1868 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1868

CO 129/130     Despatches: 1868 Apr.-May   April-May, 1868

CO 129/131     Despatches: 1868 June-July   June-July, 1868

CO 129/132     Despatches: 1868 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1868

CO 129/133     Despatches: 1868 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1868

CO 129/134     Offices: Admiralty-Land Board: 1868    1868

CO 129/135     Offices: Miscellaneous-War; Individuals: 1868     1868

CO 129/136     Despatches: 1869 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1869

CO 129/137     Despatches: 1869 Apr.-May   April-May, 1869

CO 129/138     Despatches: 1869 June-July   June-July, 1869

CO 129/139     Despatches: 1869 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1869

CO 129/140     Offices (Except Foreign and Miscellaneous): 1869       1869

CO 129/141     Offices Foreign: 1869     1869

CO 129/142     Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1869      1869

CO 129/143     Despatches: 1870 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1870

CO 129/144     Despatches: 1870 Mar.-May  March-May, 1870

CO 129/145     Despatches: 1870 June-Sept.         June-September, 1870

CO 129/146     Despatches: 1870 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1870

CO 129/147     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade, India, Treasury and Foreign: 1870         1870

CO 129/148     Offices: Home, War, Land Board and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1870     1870

CO 129/149     Despatches: 1871 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1871

CO 129/150     Despatches: 1871 May-June  May-June, 1871

CO 129/151     Despatches: 1871 July-Aug.   July-August, 1871

CO 129/152     Despatches: 1871 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1871

CO 129/153     Despatches: 1871 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1871

CO 129/154     Offices: 1871  1871

CO 129/155     Individuals: 1871     1871

CO 129/156     Despatches: 1872 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1872

CO 129/157     Despatches: 1872 Apr.-May   April-May, 1872

CO 129/158     Despatches: 1872 June-Aug. June-August, 1872

CO 129/159     Despatches: 1872 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1872

CO 129/160     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Council, Board of Trade, India, Law Officers, Treasury and Foreign: 1872  1872

CO 129/161     Offices: Home, War, Land Board and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1872     1872

CO 129/162     Despatches: 1873 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1873

CO 129/163     Despatches: 1873 Apr.-June   April-June, 1873

CO 129/164     Despatches: 1873 July-Sept.  July-September, 1873

CO 129/165     Despatches: 1873 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1873

CO 129/166     Offices and Individuals: 1873         1873

CO 129/167     Despatches: 1874 Jan.-Aug.  January-August, 1874

CO 129/168     Despatches (1874 Sept.-Dec.); Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade, Law Officers and Treasury: 1874   1874

CO 129/169     Offices: Foreign, Home, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1874   1874

CO 129/170     Despatches: 1875 Jan.-June  January-June, 1875

CO 129/171     Despatches: 1875 July-Dec.   July-December, 1875

CO 129/172     Offices and Individuals: 1875         1875

CO 129/173     Despatches: 1876 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1876

CO 129/174     Despatches: 1876 Apr.-Aug.   April-August, 1876

CO 129/175     Despatches: 1876 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1876

CO 129/176     Offices and Individuals: 1876         1876

CO 129/177     Despatches: 1877 Jan.-May   January-May, 1877

CO 129/178     Despatches: 1877 June-Aug. June-August, 1877

CO 129/179     Despatches: 1877 Sept.-1877        1877

CO 129/180     Offices and Individuals: 1877         1877

CO 129/181     Despatches: 1878 Jan.-Aug.  January-August, 1878

CO 129/182     Despatches: 1878 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1878

CO 129/183     Offices and Individuals: 1878         1878

CO 129/184     Despatches: 1879 Jan.-May   January-May, 1879

CO 129/185     Despatches: 1879 June-Dec. June-December, 1879

CO 129/186     Offices and Individuals: 1879         1879

CO 129/187     Despatches: 1880 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1880

CO 129/188     Despatches: 1880 May-June  May-June, 1880

CO 129/189     Despatches: 1880 July-Sept.  July-September, 1880

CO 129/190     Despatches: 1880 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1880

CO 129/191     Offices and Individuals: 1880         1880

CO 129/192     Despatches: 1881 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1881

CO 129/193     Despatches: 1881 May-July   May-July, 1881

CO 129/194     Despatches: 1881 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1881

CO 129/195     Despatches: 1881 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1881

CO 129/196     Offices and Individuals: 1881         1881

CO 129/197     Despatches: 1882 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1882

CO 129/198     Despatches: 1882 Mar.  March 1882

CO 129/199     Despatches: 1882 Apr.    April 1882

CO 129/200     Despatches: 1882 May   May 1882

CO 129/201     Despatches: 1882 June  June 1882

CO 129/202     Despatches: 1882 July-Sept.  July-September, 1882

CO 129/203     Despatches: 1882 Oct.   October 1882

CO 129/204   Despatches (1882 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: House of Commons, Admiralty and Crown Agents: 1882         1882

CO 129/205     Offices: Council, Board of Trade, Law Officers, Treasury, Foreign and War: 1882    1882

CO 129/206     Individuals: 1882     1882

CO 129/207     Despatches: 1883 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1883

CO 129/208     Despatches: 1883 Apr.    April 1883

CO 129/209     Despatches: 1883 May   May 1883

CO 129/210     Despatches: 1883 June-July   June-July, 1883

CO 129/211     Despatches: 1883 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1883

CO 129/212     Despatches: 1883 Oct.-Nov.  October-November, 1883

CO 129/213     Despatches: 1883 Dec.  December 1883

CO 129/214     Offices and Individuals: 1883         1883

CO 129/215     Despatches: 1884 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1884

CO 129/216     Despatches: 1884 May-June  May-June, 1884

CO 129/217     Despatches: 1884 July-Oct.   July-October, 1884

CO 129/218     Despatches (1884 Nov.-Dec.); Offices (Except Foreign) and Individuals: 1884  1884

CO 129/219     Offices: Foreign: 1884    1884

CO 129/220     Despatches: 1885 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1885

CO 129/221     Despatches     February 26-June 30, 1885

CO 129/222     Despatches: 1885 July-Oct.   July-October, 1885

CO 129/223     Despatches (1885 Nov.-Dec.); Offices (Except Foreign) and Individuals: 1885  1885

CO 129/224     Offices: Foreign: 1885    1885

CO 129/225     Despatches: 1886 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1886

CO 129/226     Despatches: 1886 Apr.-May   April-May, 1886

CO 129/227     Despatches: 1886 June  June 1886

CO 129/228     Despatches: 1886 July-Oct.   July-October, 1886

CO 129/229   Despatches (1886 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Council, Board of Trade, India and Treasury: 1886        1886

CO 129/230     Offices: Foreign, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1886        1886

CO 129/231     Despatches: 1887 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1887

CO 129/232     Despatches: 1887 Apr.-May   April-May, 1887

CO 129/233     Despatches: 1887 June-Aug. June-August, 1887

CO 129/234     Despatches: 1887 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1887

CO 129/235     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1887   1887

CO 129/236     Offices (Except Miscellaneous); Individuals: 1887        1887

CO 129/237     Despatches: 1888 Jan.-June  January-June, 1888

CO 129/238     Despatches: 1888 July-Aug.   July-August, 1888

CO 129/239     Despatches: 1888 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1888

CO 129/240     Offices and Individuals: 1888         1888

CO 129/241     Despatches: 1889 Jan.-July    January-July, 1889

CO 129/242     Despatches: 1889 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1889

CO 129/243     Offices and Individuals: 1889         1889

CO 129/244     Despatches: 1890 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1890

CO 129/245     Despatches: 1890 May-July   May-July, 1890

CO 129/246     Despatches: 1890 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1890

CO 129/247     Despatches: 1890 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1890

CO 129/248     Offices and Individuals: 1890         1890

CO 129/249     Despatches: 1891 Jan.-May   January-May, 1891

CO 129/250     Despatches: 1891 June-Aug. June-August, 1891

CO 129/251     Despatches: 1891 Sept.-Nov.         September-November, 1891

CO 129/252     Despatches (1891 Dec.); Offices: House of Commons, Admiralty and Crown Agents: 1891         1891

CO 129/253     Offices: Board of Trade, India, Treasury, Foreign, Home, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1891     1891

CO 129/254     Despatches: 1892 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1892

CO 129/255     Despatches: 1892 May-July   May-July, 1892

CO 129/256     Despatches: 1892 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1892

CO 129/257     Offices and Individuals: 1892         1892

CO 129/258     Despatches: 1893 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1893

CO 129/259     Despatches: 1893 May-Aug.  May-August, 1893

CO 129/260     Despatches: 1893 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1893

CO 129/261     Offices and Individuals: 1893         1893

CO 129/262     Despatches: 1894 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1894

CO 129/263     Despatches: 1894 May-Aug.  May-August, 1894

CO 129/264     Despatches (1894 Sept.-Dec.); Offices: House of Commons, Admiralty and Crown Agents: 1894   1894

CO 129/265     Offices: Board of Trade, India, Law Officers, Treasury, Foreign, Home, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1894   1894

CO 129/266     Despatches: 1895 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1895

CO 129/267     Despatches: 1895 Apr.-June   April-June, 1895

CO 129/268     Despatches: 1895 July-Nov.   July-November, 1895

CO 129/269     Despatches (1895 Dec.); Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1895  1895

CO 129/270     Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1895      1895

CO 129/271     Despatches: 1896 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1896

CO 129/272     Despatches: 1896 May-Sept. May-September, 1896

CO 129/273     Despatches (1896 Oct.-Dec.); Offices: House of Commons, Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade, India and Treasury: 1896     1896

CO 129/274     Offices: Foreign, Home and War; Individuals: 1896     1896

CO 129/275     Despatches: 1897 Jan.-May   January-May, 1897

CO 129/276     Despatches: 1897 June 1-Aug. 15 June 1-August 15, 1897

CO 129/277     Despatches: 1897 Aug. 16-Oct. 30        August 16-October 30, 1897

CO 129/278     Despatches: 1897 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1897

CO 129/279     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Board of Trade, India, Treasury and Foreign: 1897         1897

CO 129/280     Offices: Home, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1897  1897

CO 129/281     Despatches: 1898 Jan. 1-Mar. 15  January 1-March 15, 1898

CO 129/282     Despatches: 1898 Mar. 16-Apr. 30         March 16-April 30, 1898

CO 129/283     Despatches: 1898 May-June  May-June, 1898

CO 129/284     Despatches: 1898 July-Aug.   July-August, 1898

CO 129/285     Despatches: 1898 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1898

CO 129/286     Despatches (1898 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: 1898        1898

CO 129/287     Offices: Foreign, Home and War: 1898         1898

CO 129/288     Offices: Miscellaneous; Individuals, A-H: 1898     1898

CO 129/289     Individuals, I-Z: 1898      1898

CO 129/290     Despatches: 1899 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1899

CO 129/291     Despatches: 1899 May 1-June 15  May 1-June 15, 1899

CO 129/292     Despatches: 1899 June 16-Aug. 15        June 16-August 15, 1899

CO 129/293     Despatches: 1899 Aug. 16-Sept. 30       August 16-September 30, 1899

CO 129/294     Despatches: 1899 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1899

CO 129/295     Offices (Except War and Miscellaneous): 1899    1899

CO 129/296     Offices War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1899       1899

CO 129/297     Despatches: 1900 Jan. 1-Mar. 15  January 1-March 15, 1900

CO 129/298     Despatches: 1900 Mar. 16-Apr. 30         March 16-April 30, 1900

CO 129/299     Despatches: 1900 May-June  May-June, 1900

CO 129/300     Despatches: 1900 July 1-Sept. 15  July 1-September 15, 1900

CO 129/301     Despatches: 1900 Sept. 17-Dec. 31       September 17-December 31, 1900

CO 129/302     Offices: House of Commons, Admiralty, Crown Agents, Council, India, Law Officers and Foreign: 1900 1900

CO 129/303     Offices: Home, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1900         1900

CO 129/304     Despatches: 1901 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1901

CO 129/305     Despatches: 1901 May-July   May-July, 1901

CO 129/306     Despatches: 1901 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1901

CO 129/307     Despatches: 1901 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1901

CO 129/308     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1901   1901

CO 129/309     Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1901      1901

CO 129/310     Despatches: 1902 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1902

CO 129/311     Despatches: 1902 May 1-July 11   May 1-July 11, 1902

CO 129/312     Despatches: 1902 July 12-Sept. 30        July 12-September 30, 1902

CO 129/313     Despatches: 1902 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1902

CO 129/314     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1902   1902

CO 129/315     Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1902      1902

CO 129/316     Despatches: 1903 Jan.1-Apr.8        January 1-April 8, 1903

CO 129/317     Despatches: 1903 Apr.9-June 30    April 9-June 30, 1903

CO 129/318     Despatches: 1903 July 1-Oct.15    July 1-October 15, 1903

CO 129/319     Despatches: 1903 Oct.16-Nov.13 October 16-November 13, 1903

CO 129/320     Despatches (1903 Nov14-Dec. 31); Offices (Except Foreign, War and Miscellaneous): 1903         1903

CO 129/321     Offices Foreign, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1903         1903

CO 129/322     Despatches: 1904 Jan.-May   January-May, 1904

CO 129/323     Despatches: 1904 June-Sept.         June-September, 1904

CO 129/324     Despatches: 1904 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1904

CO 129/325     Offices (Except Foreign): 1904       1904

CO 129/326     Offices Foreign: 1904     1904

CO 129/327     Individuals: 1904     1904

CO 129/328     Despatches: 1905 Jan.-June  January-June, 1905

CO 129/329     Despatches: 1905 July-Dec.   July-December, 1905

CO 129/330     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1905 Jan.-May): 1905         1905

CO 129/331     Offices: Foreign: 1905 June-Dec.  June-December, 1905

CO 129/332     Offices: Medical Adviser, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1905   1905

CO 129/333     Despatches: 1906 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1906

CO 129/334     Despatches: 1906 May-July   May-July, 1906

CO 129/335     Despatches: 1906 Aug.-Oct.  August-October, 1906

CO 129/336     Despatches (1906 Nov.-Dec.); Offices (Except Foreign and Miscellaneous): 1906    1906

CO 129/337     Offices Foreign: 1906 Jan.-Oct.     January-October, 1906

CO 129/338     Offices Foreign (1906 Nov.-Dec.); Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1906      1906

CO 129/339     Despatches: 1907 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1907

CO 129/340     Despatches: 1907 Apr.-June   April-June, 1907

CO 129/341     Despatches: 1907 July-Oct.   July-October, 1907

CO 129/342     Despatches (1907 Nov.-Dec.); Offices (Except Foreign and Miscellaneous): 1907    1907

CO 129/343     Offices Foreign: 1907 Jan.-Apr.      January-April, 1907

CO 129/344     Offices Foreign: 1907 May-Aug.    May-August, 1907

CO 129/345     Offices Foreign (1907 Sept.-Dec.); Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1907     1907

CO 129/346     Despatches: 1908 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1908

CO 129/347     Despatches: 1908 Apr.-June   April-June, 1908

CO 129/348     Despatches: 1908 July-Oct. 15       July-October 15, 1908

CO 129/349     Despatches: 1908 Oct.16-Dec.      October 16-December, 1908

CO 129/350     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices Foreign (1908 Jan.-Feb.): 1908  1908

CO 129/351     Offices Foreign: 1908 Mar.-June   March-June, 1908

CO 129/352     Offices Foreign: 1908 July-Sept.    July-September, 1908

CO 129/353     Offices Foreign: 1908 Oct.-Dec.    October-December, 1908

CO 129/354     Offices: Home, India, Law Officers, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1908    1908

CO 129/355     Despatches: 1909 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1909

CO 129/356     Despatches: 1909 Apr.-June   April-June, 1909

CO 129/357     Despatches: 1909 July-Sept.  July-September, 1909

CO 129/358     Despatches: 1909 Oct.-Nov.  October-November, 1909

CO 129/359     Despatches (1909 Dec.); Offices (Except Foreign and Miscellaneous): 1909      1909

CO 129/360     Offices Foreign: 1909 Jan.-Mar.    January-March, 1909

CO 129/361     Offices Foreign: 1909 Apr.-June     April-June, 1909

CO 129/362     Offices Foreign: 1909 July-Oct.     June-October, 1909

CO 129/363     Offices Foreign (1909 Nov.-Dec.); Offices Miscellaneous (1909 Jan.-June): 1909     1909

CO 129/364     Offices Miscellaneous (1909 July-Dec.); Individuals: 1909  1909

CO 129/365     Despatches: 1910 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1910

CO 129/366     Despatches: 1910 Apr.-May   April-May, 1910

CO 129/367     Despatches: 1910 June-July   June-July, 1910

CO 129/368     Despatches: 1910 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1910

CO 129/369     Despatches: 1910 Oct.-Nov.  October-November, 1910

CO 129/370     Despatches; Offices (Except Foreign and Miscellaneous) (1910 Dec.): 1910      1910

CO 129/371     Offices Foreign: 1910 Jan.-Apr.      January-April, 1910

CO 129/372     Offices Foreign: 1910 May-Aug.    May-August, 1910

CO 129/373     Offices Foreign: 1910 Sept.-Dec.  September-December, 1910

CO 129/374     Offices Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1910      1910

CO 129/375     Despatches: 1911 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1911

CO 129/376     Despatches: 1911 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1911

CO 129/377     Despatches: 1911 May   May 1911

CO 129/378     Despatches: 1911 June-July   June-July, 1911

CO 129/379     Despatches: 1911 Aug.1-Sept.13  August-September 13, 1911

CO 129/380     Despatches: 1911 Sept. 14-Oct. 31       September 14-October 31, 1911

CO 129/381     Despatches: 1911 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1911

CO 129/382     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices Foreign (1911 Jan.-Mar.): 1911 1911

CO 129/383     Offices Foreign: 1911 Apr.-June     April-June, 1911

CO 129/384     Offices Foreign: 1911 July-Sept.    July-September, 1911

CO 129/385     Offices Foreign: 1911 Oct.-Dec.    October-December, 1911

CO 129/386     Offices: Home, India, Medical Adviser, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1911        1911

CO 129/387     Individuals: 1911     1911

CO 129/388     Despatches: 1912 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1912

CO 129/389     Despatches: 1912 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1912

CO 129/390     Despatches: 1912 May-June  May-July, 1912

CO 129/391     Despatches: 1912 July-Aug.   July-August, 1912

CO 129/392     Despatches: 1912 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1912

CO 129/393     Despatches: 1912 Nov.  November 1912

CO 129/394     Despatches (1912 Dec.); Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1912 Jan.): 1912       1912

CO 129/395     Offices: Foreign: 1912 Feb.-July    February-July, 1912

CO 129/396     Offices: Foreign (1912 Aug.-Dec.); Offices: Home, India, Law Officers, Medical Adviser and House of Commons: 1912      1912

CO 129/397     Offices: Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1912       1912

CO 129/398     Individuals: 1912     1912

CO 129/399     Despatches: 1913 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1913

CO 129/400     Despatches: 1913 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1913

CO 129/401     Despatches: 1913 May-June  May-June, 1913

CO 129/402     Despatches: 1913 July 1-Aug. 5     July 1-August 5, 1913

CO 129/403     Despatches: 1913 Aug. 6-Oct. 24  August 6-October 24, 1913

CO 129/404     Despatches (1913 Oct. 25-Dec. 31); Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents: 1913     1913

CO 129/405     Offices: Council; Offices: Foreign (1913 Jan.-June): 1913   1913

CO 129/406     Offices: Foreign (1913 July-Dec.); Offices: Home and India: 1913      1913

CO 129/407     Offices: Medical, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury and War; Offices: Miscellaneous (1913 Jan.-May): 1913   1913

CO 129/408     Offices: Miscellaneous (1913 June-Dec.); Individuals: 1913        1913

CO 129/409     Despatches: 1914 Jan. 1-Mar. 17  January 1-March 17, 1914

CO 129/410     Despatches: 1914 Mar. 18-May 4  March 18-May 4, 1914

CO 129/411     Despatches: 1914 May 5-July 9     May 5-July 9, 1914

CO 129/412     Despatches: 1914 July 13-Aug. 15 June 13-August 15, 1914

CO 129/413     Despatches: 1914 Aug. 17-Oct. 14        August 17-October 14, 1914

CO 129/414     Despatches: 1914 Oct. 21-Nov. 30        October 21-November 30, 1914

CO 129/415     Despatches (1914 Dec.); Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents: 1914        1914

CO 129/416     Offices: Foreign: 1914 Jan.-June   January-June, 1914

CO 129/417     Offices: Foreign (1914 July-Dec.); Offices: Home, India, Medical Adviser and Board of Trade: 1914     1914

CO 129/418     Offices: Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1914 1914

CO 129/419     Individuals: 1914     1914

CO 129/420     Despatches: 1915 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1915

CO 129/421     Despatches: 1915 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1915

CO 129/422     Despatches: 1915 May-June  May-June, 1915

CO 129/423     Despatches: 1915 July-Aug.   July-August, 1915

CO 129/424     Despatches: 1915 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1915

CO 129/425     Despatches: 1915 Nov.-Dec. November-December, 1915

CO 129/426     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1915 Jan.-June): 1915         1915

CO 129/427     Offices: Foreign: 1915 July-Oct.    July-October, 1915

CO 129/428     Offices: Foreign (1915 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: Home, India, Law, Medical Adviser and House of Commons: 1915     1915

CO 129/429     Offices: Board of Trade, Treasury and War; Offices: Miscellaneous (1915 Jan.-Aug.): 1915         1915

CO 129/430     Offices: Miscellaneous (1915 Sept.-Dec.); Individuals: 1915       1915

CO 129/431     Despatches: 1916 Jan.-Feb.   January-February, 1916

CO 129/432     Despatches: 1916 Mar. 1-May 15  March 1-May 15, 1916

CO 129/433     Despatches: 1916 May 16-June 30        May 16-June 30, 1916

CO 129/434     Despatches: 1916 July-Aug.   July-August, 1916

CO 129/435     Despatches: 1916 Sept. 1-Nov. 15         September 1-November 15, 1916

CO 129/436     Despatches (1916 Nov. 16-Dec. 31); Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents and Council: 1916         1916

CO 129/437     Offices: Foreign: 1916    1916

CO 129/438     Offices: Home, India, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury and War: 1916         1916

CO 129/439     Offices: Miscellaneous: 1916 Jan.-Nov.        January-November, 1916

CO 129/440     Offices: Miscellaneous (1916 Dec.); Individuals: 1916 1916

CO 129/441     Despatches: 1917 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1917

CO 129/442     Despatches: 1917 Apr.-June   April-June, 1917

CO 129/443     Despatches: 1917 July-Sept.  July-September, 1917

CO 129/444     Despatches: 1917 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1917

CO 129/445     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Foreign, Home, India, Medical Adviser, House of Commons and Board of Trade: 1917    1917

CO 129/446     Offices: Treasury, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1917      1917

CO 129/447     Despatches: 1918 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1918

CO 129/448     Despatches: 1918 Apr.-June   April-June, 1918

CO 129/449     Despatches: 1918 July-Sept.  July-September, 1918

CO 129/450     Despatches: 1918 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1918

CO 129/451     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1918   1918

CO 129/452     Miscellaneous Offices and Individuals: 1918        1918

CO 129/453     Despatches: 1919 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1919

CO 129/454     Despatches: 1919 Apr.-June   April-June, 1919

CO 129/455     Despatches: 1919 July-Sept.  July-September, 1919

CO 129/456     Despatches: 1919 Oct.-Dec.  October-December, 1919

CO 129/457     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents and Foreign: 1919  1919

CO 129/458     Offices: Home, India, Medical Adviser, House of Commons, Board of Trade, War and Miscellaneous: 1919       1919

CO 129/459     Individuals: 1919     1919

CO 129/460     Despatches: 1920 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1920

CO 129/461     Despatches: 1920 May 1-July 14   May 1-July 14, 1920

CO 129/462     Despatches: 1920 July 15-Oct. 14 July 15-October 14, 1920

CO 129/463     Despatches: 1920 Oct. 15-Dec. 31        October 15-December 31, 1920

CO 129/464     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1920 Jan.-Aug.): 1920         1920

CO 129/465     Offices: Foreign (1920 Sept.-Dec.); Offices: Home, India, Medical Adviser, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1920 1920

CO 129/466     Individuals: 1920     1920

CO 129/467     Despatches: 1921 Jan.-May   January-May, 1921

CO 129/468     Despatches: 1921 June-Aug. June-August, 1921

CO 129/469     Despatches: 1921 Sept.-Dec.         September-December, 1921

CO 129/470     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1921 Jan.-May): 1921         1921

CO 129/471     Offices: Foreign: 1921 June-Dec.  June-December, 1921

CO 129/472     Offices: Home, India, Medical Adviser, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous: 1921         1921

CO 129/473     Individuals: 1921     1921

CO 129/474     Despatches: 1922 Jan.-Apr.    January-April, 1922

CO 129/475     Despatches: 1922 May-July   May-July, 1922

CO 129/476     Despatches: 1922 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1922

CO 129/477     Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents and Foreign: 1922  1922

CO 129/478     Offices: (Except Admiralty, Crown Agents and Foreign); Individuals: 1922         1922

CO 129/479     Despatches: 1923 Jan.-Mar.  January-March, 1923

CO 129/480     Despatches: 1923 Apr.-July    April-July, 1923

CO 129/481     Despatches: 1923 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1923

CO 129/482     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1923   1923

CO 129/483     Miscellaneous Offices and Individuals: 1923        1923

CO 129/484     Despatches: 1924 Jan.-July    January-July, 1924

CO 129/485     Despatches: 1924 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1924

CO 129/486     Offices (Except Miscellaneous): 1924   1924

CO 129/487     Miscellaneous Offices and Individuals: 1924        1924

CO 129/488     Despatches. Includes 2 Photographs Depicting: Daniel Eland Wood: Applicant for Colonial Office Service Post in Prison Department, Hong Kong. Photograph Attached to Application Form. Dated 1925: 1925 Jan.-July January-July, 1925

CO 129/489     Despatches: 1925 Aug.-Dec. August-December, 1925

CO 129/490     Offices: Admiralty and Crown Agents; Offices: Foreign (1925 Jan.-Aug.): 1925         1925

CO 129/491     Offices: Foreign (1925 Sept.-Dec.); Offices: Home-War; Individuals: 1925        1925

CO 129/492     Despatches: 1926 Jan.-May   January-May, 1926

CO 129/493     Despatches: 1926 June-Aug. June-August, 1926

CO 129/494     Despatches: 1926 Sept.-Oct. September-October, 1926

CO 129/495     Despatches (1926 Nov.-Dec.); Offices: Admiralty, Crown Agents, Air Ministry and Colonial; Offices: Foreign (1926 Jan.-Feb.): 1926         1926

CO 129/496     Offices: Foreign: 1926 Mar.-Nov.  March-November, 1926

CO 129/497     Offices: Foreign (1926 Dec.); Offices: Post, Home, India, House of Commons, Board of Trade, Treasury, War and Miscellaneous; Individuals: 1926         1926

CO 129/498/1 Indepartmental Conference on Piracy: Report: 1926 Jan. 12-Apr. 20 January 12-April 20, 1926

CO 129/498/2 Canton Boycott: Opening of Negotiations with the Canton Government: 1925 Nov. 2-Dec. 23         November 2-December 23, 1925

CO 129/498/3 Canton Boycott: Prospects of Restoring Normal Conditions: 1925 Dec. 20-Dec. 24         December 20-24, 1925

CO 129/498/4 Canton Boycott: Hostile Acts of Canton Government and Recommended Action: 1926 Feb. 6-Feb. 16 February 6-16, 1926

CO 129/498/5 Canton Boycott: Report on Visit to Canton of Representatives of the Hong Kong Chinese Merchants: 1926 Jan. 6  January 6, 1926

CO 129/498/6 Canton Boycott: Conversation with Sung Tsz-Man: 1926 Jan. 7 January 7, 1926

CO 129/498/7 Canton Boycott: Conversation with Sun Fo: 1926 Jan. 8     January 8, 1926

CO 129/498/8 Canton Situation: Speeches Made by Members of the Canton Government, and Visit of the ‘Fraternity Party’ from Hong Kong: 1926 Jan. 13   January 13, 1926

CO 129/498/9 Canton Situation: Rumour of Wu Pei-Fu’s Contemplated Attack on Canton; Suggested Measures for Improving Situation: 1926 Jan. 14  January 14, 1926

CO 129/498/10       Transfer of Military Land to the Colonial Government: 1926 Mar. 12         March 12, 1926

CO 129/498/11       Assistance for Mrs. Longinotto, Widow of a Former Assistant Crown Solicitor in Hong Kong: 1926 Mar. 3-Oct. 11   March 3-October 11, 1926

CO 129/498/12       Recommendations to Strengthen Defences against Overseas Attack: 1926 Feb. 17         February 17, 1926

CO 129/498/13       Recommendations to Strengthen Defences against Overseas Attack: Practicability of Air Ministry Proposals and Estimate of Cost for an Aerodrome: 1926 Feb. 18      February 18, 1926

CO 129/498/14       Illicit Traffic in Opium and Drugs: 1925 Dec. 4-1926 Nov. 30       December 4, 1925-November 30, 1926

CO 129/498/15       Death of Mr. I.A. Wheal: Application of His Widow for a Pension under the Hong Kong Widow’s and Orphans’ Pension Ordinance, 1908: 1926 Apr. 10-Dec. 22   April 10-December 22, 1926

CO 129/498/16       Port Development Department: Reversion to Status of Sub-Department of the Public Works Department: 1926 Apr. 26-June 22 April 26-June 22, 1926

CO 129/498/17       Kowloon Peak Barrack Sites: Request for Re-Transfer of Land from War Office to the Colonial Government: 1926 Apr. 21-Aug. 19  April 21-August 19, 1926

CO 129/498/18       Activities of Haji Muhammad Hasan Namazi: Connection with the Opium Traffic: 1926 May 5-Dec. 24       May 5-December 24, 1926

CO 129/498/19       Singapore Floating Dock: Allocation of Contract to Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Company: 1926 July 14-Aug. 17    July 14-August 17, 1926

CO 129/498/20       Punishment for Piracy: Request for Law Officers’ Opinion: 1926 Aug. 18-21         August 18-21, 1926

CO 129/498/21       Government Educational Department: Salaries, Prospects and Vacancies: 1926 July 15-1927 Jan. 25      July 15, 1926-January 25, 1927

CO 129/498/22       Leave and Passage Rules: Petition of Hong Kong Government Service Senior Officers for a Relaxation of Existing Rules: 1926 June 29-Oct. 16      June 29-October 16, 1926

CO 129/498/23       Raising of Money for Coup D’Etat in Canton: 1926 Sept. 24-1927 Jan. 3   September 24, 1926-January 3, 1927

CO 129/498/24       Honorary Cadet R. Ho Tung: Application for Training in the Royal Tank Corps: 1926 Nov. 12-1927 Jan. 19      November 12, 1926-January 19, 1927

CO 129/498/25       Improvement of Conditions under Which Pensions Are Awarded to Nursing Sisters and European Matrons: 1926 Sept. 30-1927 Feb. 7     September 30, 1926-February 7, 1927

CO 129/498/26       Marble Hall: Bequest by Sir Paul Chater, Kt., C.M.G, to the Hong Kong Government: 1926 Nov. 23-1927 Jan. 11    November 23, 1926-January 11, 1927

CO 129/499/1 Canton Situation: Parliamentary Questions: 1927 Feb. 22-Apr. 13      February 22-April 13, 1927

CO 129/499/2 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 Jan. 15-Feb. 4  January 15-February 4, 1927

CO 129/499/3 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 Feb. 12-Mar. 10       February 12-March 10, 1927

CO 129/499/4 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 Mar. 18-Apr. 22        March 18-April 22, 1927

CO 129/499/5 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 Mar. 11    March 11, 1927

CO 129/500/1 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 May 18-June 9         May 18-June 9, 1927

CO 129/500/2 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 June 30-Nov. 8       June 30-November 8, 1927

CO 129/500/3 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 July 29-Sept. 1 July 29-September 1, 1927

CO 129/500/4 Canton Situation: Governor’s Despatches: 1927 Sept. 15-Nov. 24     September 15-November 24, 1927

CO 129/501/1 Chinese Situation: Canton Strike, Boycott and Trade Situation: 1927 Jan. 6-May 13         January 6-May 13, 1927

CO 129/501/2 Chinese Situation: Boxer Indemnity: 1927 Feb. 5-Dec. 14   February 5-December 14, 1927

CO 129/501/3 Chinese Situation: Protection of British Subjects of Chinese Race: 1926 Oct. 23-1927 Dec. 21    October 23, 1926-December 21, 1927

CO 129/501/4 Chinese Situation: Correspondence Concerning Shamoan Steamship Service, Running between Hong Kong and Canton: 1927 Jan. 8-July 27 January 8-July 27, 1927

CO 129/501/5 Chinese Situation: Recognition of Canton Government: 1927 July 22-Sept. 28 July 22-September 28, 1927

CO 129/501/6 Sweepstakes and Lotteries: 1927 Jan. 3        January 3, 1927

CO 129/501/7 Annual General Report, 1925: 1926 Nov. 26-1927 June 8   November 26, 1926-June 8, 1927

CO 129/501/8 General Policy in China: 1926 Nov. 30  November 30, 1926

CO 129/501/9 Currency: Supply of Hong Kong One Cent Pieces: 1926 Dec. 21-1927 Jan. 6     December 21, 1926-January 6, 1927

CO 129/502/1 Singapore Naval Base: Payment of Hong Kong’s Contribution: 1927 Jan. 7-Sept. 27         January 7-September 27, 1927

CO 129/502/2 Recognition of Passenger Certificates: Loan of a Marine Surveyor from the Board of Trade to Hong Kong Government; Conditions of Service: 1927 Jan. 6-Nov. 25 January 6-November 25, 1927

CO 129/502/3 Annual Abstract Account, 1925: Audit: 1927 Feb. 10-Dec. 20     February 10-December 20, 1927

CO 129/502/4 Acquisition of Kai Tak for an Aerodrome: Provision of Funds: 1927 Jan. 11-May 12         January 11-May 12, 1927

CO 129/502/5 Acquisition of Kai Tak for an Aerodrome: Financial Arrangements: 1927 May 23-Oct. 27         May 23-October 27, 1927

CO 129/502/6 China: General Situation: 1927 Jan. 7-Mar. 3        January 7-March 3, 1927

CO 129/502/7 China: General Situation: 1927 Mar. 4 Apr. 26      March 4-April 26, 1927

CO 129/502/8 China: General Situation: 1927 Apr. 27-Sept. 15   April 27-September 15, 1927

CO 129/502/9 Opium Traffic: Activities of Nemazee Family: 1926 Dec. 1-1927 Oct. 27   December 1, 1926-October 27, 1927

CO 129/502/10       Macao Opium Traffic: 1926 Dec. 6-1927 Dec. 7  December 6, 1926-December 7, 1927

CO 129/503/1 Development of Hong Kong Harbour: 1926 Dec. 6-1927 Oct. 28        December 6, 1926-October 28, 1927

CO 129/503/2 Tenure of New Territories in View of Chinese Situation: 1927 Jan. 19-1928 Aug. 8         January 19, 1927-August 8, 1928

CO 129/503/3 Military Contribution Paid by Hong Kong: 1927 Jan. 19-1928 Jan. 17         January 19, 1927-January 17, 1928

CO 129/503/4 Robert Ho Fung, Honorary Cadet at Royal Military Academy, Woolwich: Renunciation of British Nationality: 1924 May 20-1927 Dec. 12    May 20, 1924-December 12, 1927

CO 129/503/5 Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Ordinance, 1927: 1926 Dec. 3-1927 Dec. 31     December 3, 1926-December 31, 1927

CO 129/503/6 Vacancies for Schoolmasters: Difficulty in Filling Posts, Terms of Appointment and Service: 1927 Mar. 17-Nov. 15       March 17-November 15, 1927

CO 129/503/7 Chinese Labour: Recruitment for Work in Coal Mines in Sarawak: 1926 Sept. 17-1928 Feb. 14    September 17, 1926-February 14, 1928

CO 129/503/8 Treatment of Asiatic British Subjects by French Authorities in Indo-China: 1926 Dec. 30-1927 Oct. 20      December 30, 1926-October 20, 1927

CO 129/503/9 Appointment of Assistant School Mistresses: 1926 Dec. 22-1927 July 13  December 22, 1926-July 13, 1927

CO 129/503/10       Petitions from Gaol Prisoners: Method of Procedure: 1927 Jan. 6-Mar. 28         January 6-March 28, 1927

CO 129/503/11       Leave and Passage, Lodging and Rent Allowance for European Officers: 1927 Jan. 6-Oct. 26 January 6-October 26, 1927

CO 129/504/1 Police Pensions’ Scheme: Forfeiture of Pensions: 1927 Feb. 25-Nov. 24    February 25-November 24, 1927

CO 129/504/2 ‘Marble Hall’: Bequest to Hong Kong Government as Residence for Commander-In-Chief, China Station: 1927 Feb. 24-May. 14    February 24-May 14, 1927

CO 129/504/3 Ex-Gunner James Element: Passage Home after Release from Civilian Prison Etc: 1927 Mar. 24-Dec. 12      March 24-December 12, 1927

CO 129/504/4 Fong Saw: Claim to be a British Subject: 1927 Mar. 12-June 14  March 12-June 14, 1927

CO 129/504/5 Study Leave: Amendments to General Orders: 1927 Mar. 3-1928 Feb. 27 March 3, 1927-February 27, 1928

CO 129/504/6 Nursing Sisters Employed by the Hong Kong Government: Conditions of Service: 1927 Mar. 3-Aug. 19        March 3-August 19, 1927

CO 129/504/7 Illegal Strikes and Lock-Outs Ordinance, 1927: 1927 Mar. 21-Nov. 26        March 21-November 26, 1927

CO 129/504/8 Chief Justice of Hong Kong: Remuneration for Acting as Appeal Judge at Shanghai: 1927 Mar. 5-Dec. 7  March 5-December 7, 1927

CO 129/504/9 Pensions of Government Officers: Improvement of Terms: 1927 Mar. 11-Nov. 21   March 11-November 21, 1927

CO 129/504/10       Currency System: Premium on Bank Notes as Compared with British Silver Dollars: 1927 Jan. 10-Aug. 30      January 10-August 30, 1927

CO 129/504/11       Chinese Communist Inspired Conspiracies: Banishment of Political Revolutionary Agitators: 1927 Mar. 24-July 20     March 24-July 20, 1927

CO 129/504/12       Loan to Cover Work on Shing Mun Valley Scheme Etc.: Draft Ordinance: 1927 Apr. 28-Dec. 4         April 28-December 4, 1927

CO 129/504/13       Chinese Situation: Request from General Li Chai-Sum for Assistance in Obtaining Arms and Ammunition: 1927 Apr. 27-Oct. 6 April 27-October 6, 1927

CO 129/504/14       Surveyors: Vacancies, Training and Conditions of Service: 1927 May 6-1928 Feb. 22         May 6, 1927-February 22, 1928

CO 129/504/15       Various Ordinances: 1927 Apr. 4-Nov. 29      April 4-November 29, 1927

CO 129/504/16       Junior Cadet Officers of Hong Kong Civil Service: Petition for Revision of Salaries: 1926 Dec. 18-1927 July 6       December 18, 1926-July 6, 1927

CO 129/504/17       Inducements to Officers to Study for the Bar: 1927 Apr. 13-Oct. 10  April 13-October 10, 1927

CO 129/504/18       Food Supply for the Civilian Population in Event of War: 1927 Apr. 7-Dec. 12   April 7-December 12, 1927

CO 129/505/1 Cadet Officers Appointed under Reconstruction Scheme: Salaries: 1927 Apr. 29-Aug. 15         April 29-August 15, 1927

CO 129/505/2 Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Force: Formation of Hong Kong Division: 1927 May 26-Aug. 31       May 26-August 31, 1927

CO 129/505/3 Hong Kong Strike and Boycott: 1927 July 27-Aug. 2     July 27-August 2, 1927

CO 129/505/4 Labour Situation in Canton and Effect on Hong Kong: Labour Advisory Board: 1927 Jan. 27-Aug. 31       January 27-August 31, 1927

CO 129/505/5 Robert A. J. Savage: Continuity of Service for Pension: 1927 July 5-Dec. 22      July 5-December 22, 1927

CO 129/505/6 Chinese Telegraph Office at Hong Kong: Transfer to Cantonese Control: 1927 July 8-Dec. 29    July 8-December 29, 1927

CO 129/505/7 Factory (Accidents) Ordinance, 1927: 1927 Apr. 4-Dec. 1    April 4-December 1, 1927

CO 129/505/8 Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension Legislation: Raising of Pensionable Age Limit of Male Orphans: 1927 June 22-Nov. 7       June 22-November 7, 1927

CO 129/505/9 Basel Evangelical Missionary Society Incorporation Ordinance 1927: 1927 June 21 June 21, 1927

CO 129/505/10       Chinese Extradition Ordinance 1927: Proposed Amendments: 1927 July 14-Nov. 2         July 14-November 2, 1927

CO 129/505/11       Deleterious Drugs Ordinance 1927: Proposed Amendments: 1927 Oct. 27-Nov. 9         October 27-November 9, 1927

CO 129/505/12       Estimates of Expenditure 1928: 1927 Sept. 1-1928 Jan. 12 September 1, 1927-January 12, 1928

CO 129/505/13       Survey of Hong Kong: 1927 June 22-Dec. 13        June 22-December 13, 1927

CO 129/506/1 Illicit Opium Traffic: Leakage of Confidential Information: 1927 Oct. 17-1928 Jan. 10         October 17, 1927-January 10, 1928

CO 129/506/2 Annual General Report, 1926: 1927 Sept. 19-Nov. 30 September 19-November 30, 1927

CO 129/506/3 Opium Policy: Experimental Reduction of Price to Counteract Sale of Smuggled Opium; Proposal to Buy Persian Opium: 1927 Oct. 7-Dec. 17  October 7-December 17, 1927

CO 129/506/4 Public Works Loan Ordinance, 1927: 1927 Sept. 23-1928 Feb. 28       September 23, 1927-February 28, 1928

CO 129/506/5 Medical Department: Reorganization and Revision of Salaries of Senior Staff: 1927 Sept. 28    September 28, 1927

CO 129/506/6 Suppression of Piracy Amendment Ordinance, 1927: 1927 Oct. 21-1928 Feb. 8         October 21, 1927-February 8, 1928

CO 129/506/7 Medical and Sanitary Reports, 1926: 1927 Nov. 2-1928 Feb. 28 November 2, 1927-February 28, 1928

CO 129/506/8 Prevention of Piracy: Use of Armed Patrol Launches in Canton Delta: 1927 Jan. 12-Mar. 28    January 12-March 28, 1927

CO 129/506/9 Hong Kong Telephone Company: Installation of Automatic Exchanges: 1927 Dec. 7-1928 Jan. 6       December 7, 1927-January 6, 1928

CO 129/506/10       Broadcasting: Report: 1927 Dec. 7        December 7, 1927

CO 129/506/11       Medical Registration Amendment Ordinance 1927: 1927 Nov. 7        November 7, 1927

CO 129/506/12       Kowloon-Canton Railway: New Rolling Stock and Engines: 1927 Nov. 25 November 25, 1927

CO 129/507/1 Proposal to Dispose of Boxer Indemnity Funds: Claim by Hong Kong University: 1927 Dec. 21-1928 July 24      December 21, 1927-July 24, 1928

CO 129/507/2 China: Protection of Anglo-Chinese: 1927 Nov. 11-1928 Nov. 23       November 11, 1927-November 23, 1928

CO 129/507/3 China: Anti-Piracy Precautions: 1927 Oct. 31-1928 Oct. 25         October 31, 1927-October 25, 1928

CO 129/507/4 China: Anti-Piracy Precautions, Question of Compensation to Families of British Officers Killed or Wounded: 1928 Oct. 5-1929 Jan. 2         October 5, 1928-January 2, 1929

CO 129/507/5 China: General Policy: 1928 Jan. 16-May 18         January 16-May 18, 1928

CO 129/507/6 China: Position of Hong Kong New Territories: 1928 Sept. 8-Nov. 17         September 8-November 17, 1928

CO 129/507/7 China: Use of British Flag by Chinese Vessels: 1927 Oct. 12-1928 Dec. 24 October 12, 1927-December 24, 1928

CO 129/507/8 Prevention of Piracy: Use of Armed Patrol Launches: 1928 Feb. 8-Aug. 2 February 8-August 2, 1928

CO 129/507/9 Chinese Telegraph Office, Hong Kong: Transfer to Cantonese Control: 1928 Jan. 4-July 20    January 4-June 20, 1928

CO 129/508/1 Communist Outbreak at Canton: Treatment of Political Refugees in Hong Kong: 1927 Dec. 27-1928 May 25     December 27, 1927-May 25, 1928

CO 129/508/2 Sanitory Inspectors: Qualifications and Conditions of Service: 1928 Jan. 5-Feb. 16         January 5-February 16, 1928

CO 129/508/3 Minting of Silver Dollars: 1928 Jan. 5-May 3         January 5-May 3, 1928

CO 129/508/4 Cases of Attacks by Pirates: 1927 Nov. 6-1928 Nov. 23       November 6, 1927-November 23, 1928

CO 129/508/5 Supreme Court of Hong Kong: Slackness of Registry Accounting Methods: 1927 Oct. 28-1928 Apr. 23       October 28, 1927-April 23, 1928

CO 129/508/6 Postal Services: ‘Clubbed Packet’ System: Agreement between Hong Kong and China: 1927 Dec. 6-1928 Jan. 28       December 6, 1927-January 28, 1928

CO 129/508/7 Opium on Macao Market: 1928 Jan. 10-Nov. 9    January 10-November 9, 1928

CO 129/508/8 Plans and Reports on Proposed Aerodrome at Kai Tak: 1928 Jan. 11-Dec. 21   January 11-December 21, 1928

CO 129/508/9 Parcel Post Service from Great Britain to Far East: Criticisms and Proposals: 1928 Jan. 16-May 29       January 16-May 29, 1928

CO 129/508/10       Application by C. G. Alabaster for Judicial Appointment in Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States: 1927 Dec. 13-1928 Feb. 18   December 13, 1927-February 18, 1928

CO 129/508/11       Copies of Ordinances and Amendments with Relating Correspondence: 1927 Dec. 17-1928 July 17       December 17, 1927-July 17, 1928

CO 129/508/12       The Fouling of Two Government Sub-Marine Cables by the U.S.S. Jason: 1927 Nov. 21-1928 Feb. 13      November 21, 1927-February 13, 1928

CO 129/508/13       Employment of British and Indian Troops Stationed at Hong Kong: 1927 Dec. 31-1928 Aug. 20     December 31, 1927-August 20, 1928

CO 129/509/1 Proposed Amendment of Hong Kong Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899: 1928 Jan. 16-Sept. 10      January 16-September 10, 1928

CO 129/509/2 Hong Kong Government Officers: Conditions of Service and Leave Allowances: 1928 Jan. 16-1928 Apr. 10       January 16-April 10, 1928

CO 129/509/3 Nursing Sisters: Conditions of Service and Leave Allowances: 1928 Jan. 17-Mar. 13         January 17-March 13, 1928

CO 129/509/4 Hong Kong Government Officers: Conditions of Service and Pensions: 1928 Jan. 20-Sept. 17    January 20-September 17, 1928

CO 129/509/5 Applications by Japanese Fishermen to Use Hong Kong as a Base: 1928 Jan. 16-Aug. 9         January 16-August 9, 1928

CO 129/509/6 Recruitment of Chinese Labour in Hong Kong for Work in North Borneo and Spanish Guinea: 1928 Mar. 27-Dec. 27       March 27-December 27, 1928

CO 129/509/7 Proposed Amendments to Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: 1928 Feb. 15-Sept. 25      February 15-September 25, 1928

CO 129/509/8 Military Contributions: Claim for Relief: 1928 Feb. 24-Dec. 15   February 24-December 15, 1928

CO 129/509/9 Agreements of Employment for Subordinate Officers in Hong Kong Service: 1928 Jan. 16-Apr. 21        January 16-April 21, 1928

CO 129/509/10       Registration of Aliens in Hong Kong: 1928 Feb. 28-Mar. 2  February 28-March 2, 1928

CO 129/509/11       Proposals for Re-Organisation of Public Works Department: Vacancies and Conditions, Service, Etc.: 1928 Jan. 19-Mar. 15   January 19-March 15, 1928

CO 129/509/12      Medical Treatment for Government Medical Officers and Families: 1928 Jan. 25-Apr. 12    January 25-April 12, 1928

CO 129/509/13       Pay and Conditions of Service of Private Secretary and Aide-De-Camp to Governor: 1928 Feb. 3-Dec. 11        February 3-December 11, 1928

CO 129/509/15       Water Supply: Development Scheme: 1928 Jan. 30-1929 Jan. 17       January 30, 1928-January 17, 1929

CO 129/509/16       Application by Sir Robert Hon Tung for Commission in Chinese Army for His Son: 1928 Feb. 3     February 3, 1928

CO 129/510/1 Correspondence Concerning Securities Held against Note Issues by Various Banking Corporations: 1928 Feb. 28-Oct. 16      February 28-October 16, 1928

CO 129/510/2 Appointment of Teaching Staff for Hong Kong: 1928 Feb. 9-Oct. 30  February 9-October 30, 1928

CO 129/510/3 Use of Caroline Hill for Naval and Military Recreation Ground: 1928 Feb. 10-Dec. 14         February 10-December 14, 1928

CO 129/510/4 Comments on Confidential Reports on Officers: 1928 Mar. 23   March 23, 1928

CO 129/510/5 Registration of United Kingdom Patent Amendment Ordinance, 1928 Draft Bill: 1928 Feb. 14-July 17        February 14-July 17, 1928

CO 129/510/6 Rates and Tariffs of Hong Kong Wireless Service: 1928 Feb. 10-Oct. 8      February 10-October 8, 1928

CO 129/510/7 Allegations of Discrimination against United States Companies in Hong Kong: 1928 Mar. 22-1929 Jan. 8         March 22, 1928-January 8, 1929

CO 129/510/8 Policy on Sale of Opium: 1928 Jan. 12-July 24      January 12-July 24, 1928

CO 129/510/9 George Ludwig Rode: Naturalisation: 1928 Mar. 1-June 4  March 1-June 4, 1928

CO 129/510/10       Financial Loan from Hong Kong Government to Canton Provincial Government: 1928 Apr. 3-Aug. 3  April 3-August 3, 1928

CO 129/510/11       Salary of Post of Secretary for Chinese Affairs: Request for Increase: 1928 Mar. 6-Apr. 26 March 6-April 26, 1928

CO 129/510/12       Proposals to Establish Labour Advisory Council in Hong Kong: Present Situation and Progress: 1928 Nov. 14  November 14, 1928

CO 129/510/13       Sale by Private Treaty of a Marine Lot at Ma-Tau-Kok, Kowloon to Hong Kong and China Gas Company: 1928 Mar. 12-May 12  March 12-May 12, 1928

CO 129/510/14       Report of Committee of Enquiry into Discrepancies and Losses in Government Departments in Hong Kong: 1928 Apr. 21-Oct. 24        April 21-October 24, 1928

CO 129/510/15       China (Companies) Order in Council, 1925: Correspondence: 1928 Apr. 19-Dec. 31         April 19-December 31, 1928

CO 129/510/16       Possibilities of Commercial Aviation between Canton and Hong Kong, Future Extensions and Official Attitude of Canton: 1928 Mar. 29   March 29, 1928

CO 129/510/17       The Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps; Annual Reports. Procedure for Publication: 1928 Mar. 29-July 14 March 29-July 14, 1928

CO 129/510/18       Sale by Private Treaty of Site in Kowloon to the Chinese Y.M.C.A: 1928 Apr. 2 April 2, 1928

CO 129/510/19       Proclamation Prohibiting the Exportation to China of Arms, Etc: 1928 Apr. 22 April 22, 1928

CO 129/510/20       Query on Boundary of Leased Territories: 1928 May 8        May 8, 1928

CO 129/510/21       Hong Kong and Canton Wireless Service: Report, and Recommendations: 1928 Aug. 7       August 7, 1928

CO 129/511/1 Secretary for Chinese Affairs Incorporation Ordinance, 1928: 1928 Apr. 20      April 20, 1928

CO 129/511/2 Dangerous Drugs Amendment Ordinance, 1928: 1928 Apr. 20    April 20, 1928

CO 129/511/3 Sale of Site at Kowloon to Messrs. H. Ruttonfee and Sons: 1928 Apr. 3     April 3, 1928

CO 129/511/4 Application for Posts at University of Hong Kong: Payment and Conditions of Service: 1928 Apr. 28-Sept. 6       April 28-September 6, 1928

CO 129/511/5 Constitution of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong: 1928 Apr. 25-Dec. 4       April 25-December 4, 1928

CO 129/511/6 Salaries and Conditions of Service of Government Staff: 1928 Apr. 27-Nov. 2  April 27-November 2, 1928

CO 129/511/7 Watchmen Ordinance, 1928: Petition against Certain Clauses: 1928 May 18-Nov. 21         May 18-November 21, 1928

CO 129/511/8 Vacancy for Assistant Auditor: 1928 May 18         May 18, 1928

CO 129/511/9 Certified Copy of Annual Abstract Account of Hong Kong 1926: Report by Director of Colonial Audit: 1928 Oct. 10  October 10, 1928

CO 129/511/10       Re-Sitting of Kowloon Peak Barrack Sites: 1928 June 22-Nov. 21       June 22-November 21, 1928

CO 129/511/11       Estimates, 1929: 1928 Sept. 21-Nov. 14       September 21-November 14, 1928

CO 129/511/12       Staff List for Hong Kong: Approval for Staff Increase in Colonial Secretary’s Office: 1928 June 15   June 15, 1928

CO 129/511/13       Civil Aviation: Proposals for Experimental Passenger and Mail Service: 1928 July 28-Dec. 28       July 28-December 28, 1928

CO 129/511/14       The University of Hong Kong: Plans for a Chinese School: 1928 July 25-Oct. 29         July 25-October 29, 1928

CO 129/511/15       Appointment of Director of Medical and Sanitary Services: 1928 Sept. 3-Dec. 19         September 3-December 19, 1928

CO 129/511/16       Amended Rates of Duties Payable on Tobacco Exports: 1928 Aug. 21-Nov. 14         August 21-November 14, 1928

CO 129/511/17       Proposals for Increase of Rates of Pay of Senior Clerical and Accounting Staff: 1928 Aug. 15    August 15, 1928

CO 129/511/18       Fire Brigade Amendment Ordinance, 1928: 1928 Aug. 29-Nov. 7       August 29-November 7, 1928

CO 129/511/19       Marriage Restrictions on Officers: 1928 Sept.      September 1928

CO 129/511/20       Hong Kong Water Supply: Report by Committee for Imperial Defence: 1928 Oct. 28         October 28, 1928

CO 129/511/21       Accessories and Abettors Ordinance 1928: Bill: 1928 Sept. 13-Nov. 27      September 13-November 27, 1928

CO 129/511/22       Annual General Report 1927: 1928 Oct. 12-Nov. 26    October 12-November 26, 1928

CO 129/511/23       Grant of Land at Kowloon to Union Church: 1928 Apr. 27-Dec. 5       April 27-December 5, 1928

CO 129/511/24      Pension of Mrs. J. Webb Former Matron at Government Civil Hospital at Hong Kong: 1928 Oct. 24-Dec.  October 24-December, 1928

CO 129/511/25       Destruction and Collection of Pine Tree Caterpillars: 1928 Dec. 10-1929 Jan. 1         December 10, 1928-January 1, 1929

CO 129/511/26       Annual Abstract Account, 1927: 1929 Jan. 7         January 7, 1929

CO 129/512/1 Political Situation in China, and Canton: 1928 Nov. 30-1929 May 23 November 30, 1928-May 23, 1929

CO 129/512/2 Political Situation in China, and Canton: 1929 May 31-Nov. 13  May 31-November 13, 1929

CO 129/512/3 Termination of Chinese Arms Embargo: 1929 Mar. 2-April 19     March 2-April 19, 1929

CO 129/512/4 Boxer Indemnity Settlement: 1928 Dec. 22-1929 May 9     December 22, 1928-May 9, 1929

CO 129/512/5 Boxer Indemnity Settlement: 1929 May 21  May 21, 1929

CO 129/513/1 Proposals for Opening Commercial Radio Service between Hong Kong and the Philippine Islands: 1928 Nov. 26-1929 Mar. 6        November 26, 1928-March 6, 1929

CO 129/513/2 Problem of Extra-Territorial Privileges in China and the Abolition of Extra-Territoriality: 1929 Aug. 15-Nov. 15     August 15-November 15, 1929

CO 129/513/3 Instructions Issued by Far Eastern Branch of Russian Political Council regarding China and Japan: 1929 Feb. 10-Apr. 5      February 10-April 5, 1929

CO 129/513/4 Land Leases in the New Territories: 1928 Nov. 8-1929 July 29    November 8, 1928-July 29, 1929

CO 129/513/5 Coastal and River Trade, Prevention of Smuggling and Illicit Trading: 1928 Oct. 15-1929 Dec. 14    October 15, 1928-December 14, 1929

CO 129/513/6 Hong Kong Water Supply: Schemes for Development and Improvement: 1929 Jan. 25-Aug. 2         January 25-August 2, 1929

CO 129/513/7 Appointments to Executive and Legislative Councils of Hong Kong: 1928 Dec. 21-1930 Feb. 14    December 21, 1928-February 14, 1930

CO 129/513/8 Attacks by Chinese Pirates on Shipping: Awards for Bravery: 1929 Jan. 14-Dec. 21         January 14-December 21, 1929

CO 129/513/9 Proposals for Civil and Commercial Aviation in Hong Kong: Requests for Air-Routes between Hong Kong and Chinese Territory: 1928 Nov. 13-1929 Sept. 30  November 13, 1928-September 30, 1929

CO 129/513/10       Macao Opium Farm: 1929 Jan. 1-Jan. 11      January 1-11, 1929

CO 129/514/1 Development of Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1928 Dec. 6-1930 Jan. 7   December 6, 1928-January 7, 1930

CO 129/514/2 Mui Tsai System: Suggested Regulations and Possible Abolition: 1929 Jan. 9-May 16         January 9-May 16, 1929

CO 129/514/3 Mui Tsai System: Correspondence: 1929 Aug. 27-Nov. 21  August 27-November 21, 1929

CO 129/514/4 Repayment of Excess Military Contributions Advanced by Hong Kong: 1929 Jan. 9-1930 Jan. 10     January 9, 1929-January 10, 1930

CO 129/514/5 Hong Kong Wireless Service: 1928 June 18-1929 Sept. 30  June 18, 1928-September 30, 1929

CO 129/514/6 Question of Legality of Sale of Water to Tai Koo Sugar Refining Co. Ltd., from Hong Kong Reservoir: 1928 Dec. 6-1929 Dec. 23  December 6, 1928-December 23, 1929

CO 129/514/7 Alleged Discrimination against U.S. Interests in Hong Kong: 1929 Jan. 17-Dec. 7         January 17-December 7, 1929

CO 129/515/1 Piracy: Legal Proceedings Arising from Sinking of S. S. ‘IRENE’:1929 Jan. 18-Sept. 6         January 18-September 6, 1929

CO 129/515/2 Exportation of Meat to Canada: Various Certificates: 1928 Dec. 20  December 20, 1928

CO 129/515/3 Tobacco (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Jan. 28-Mar. 11  January 28-March 11, 1929

CO 129/515/4 Proposals for Site for Royal Naval Canteen: 1929 Jan. 30-Mar. 28    January 30-March 28, 1929

CO 129/515/5 Problem of Pine Tree Caterpillars: Request for Information on Control and Extermination: 1929 Jan. 15-Feb. 6       January 15-February 6, 1929

CO 129/515/6 Financial Control in Hong Kong: Vacancy for Assistant Accountant; Investigation into Misappropriation of Funds, Etc.: 1929 Feb. 7-Nov. 21         February 7-November 21, 1929

CO 129/515/7 Recruitment of Chinese Labour for Sarawak: 1928 Dec. 7-1929 Apr. 8      December 7, 1928-April 8, 1929

CO 129/515/8 Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: Amendment Ordinances, and Reports: 1929 Jan. 26-July 8 January 26-July 8, 1929

CO 129/515/9 Accessories and Abettors Ordinance 1929: 1929 Feb. 20-Sept. 26     February 20-September 26, 1929

CO 129/515/10       Boundary of New Territories: Request for Complete Maps and Plans: 1929 Jan. 23         January 23, 1929

CO 129/515/11       Salvage Services: 1929 Mar. 13-May 17        March 13-May 17, 1929

CO 129/515/12       Proposal to Establish Local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in Hong Kong: 1929 Mar. 15-May 13         March 15-May 13, 1929

CO 129/515/13       Provision of Combined Naval, Military and Air Hospital at Hong Kong: Minutes of the Joint Medical Services Committee: 1929 Mar. 26-May 17    March 26-May 17, 1929

CO 129/515/14       Extension of Powers Granted to Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd., to Make, Issue, Re-Issue and Circulate Bank Notes: 1929 Feb. 20-1930 Jan. 18  February 20, 1929-January 18, 1930

CO 129/516/1 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Amendment Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Mar. 4-Sept. 27       March 4-September 27, 1929

CO 129/516/2 Unclaimed Balances Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Mar. 11   March 11, 1929

CO 129/516/3 Military Contribution of Colony Assessment of Contribution: 1929 Mar. 13-1930 Mar. 28         March 13, 1929-March 28, 1930

CO 129/516/4 Canton-Kowloon Railway: Use of Money from the ‘Boxer Indemnity’: 1929 Feb. 21-Aug. 6       February 21-August 6, 1929

CO 129/516/5 Policy of Hong Kong Government on the Purchase and Supply of Opium: 1929 Feb. 25-May 10       February 25-May 10, 1929

CO 129/516/6 The Mui-Tsai Question: 1929 Nov. 5-1930 Jan. 21       November 5, 1929-January 21, 1930

CO 129/516/7 The Mui-Tsai Question: Resolutions from Individuals and Societies: 1929 May 5-Oct. 26         May 5-October 26, 1929

CO 129/516/8 Survey of Hong Kong: 1929 Apr. 24-Nov. 11 April 24-November 11, 1929

CO 129/517/1 Administration and Function of Chinese Maritime Customs: Prevention of Smuggling across Chinese Frontiers: 1929 Feb. 7-Nov. 15     February 7-November 15, 1929

CO 129/517/2 Correspondence on Proposed Chinese and Hong Kong Agreements over Customs: 1929 Nov. 13-Dec. 28      November 13-December 28, 1929

CO 129/517/3 Personnel Appointed to Labour Advisory Board: 1929 Apr. 9      April 9, 1929

CO 129/517/4 Pension for Mrs. Longinotto: 1929 June 3    June 3, 1929

CO 129/517/5 The Visit of the Duke of Gloucester to Hong Kong: 1929 May 2-May 23    May 2-23, 1929

CO 129/517/6 School of Oriental Studies, London Institution: Grant from the Government of Hong Kong: 1929 May 7-June 18     May 7-June 18, 1929

CO 129/517/7 Draft Commercial Treaty with China: Governor’s Action: 1929 Mar. 14-July 25         March 14-July 25, 1929

CO 129/517/8 Construction of Two Bridle Tracks: Application by the Governor for Approval of Expenditure: 1929 May 10     May 10, 1929

CO 129/517/9 Smuggling of Chinese into United Kingdom and America: 1929 May 14-1930 Sept. 9         May 14, 1929-September 9, 1930

CO 129/517/10       Proposals to Introduce Taxation on Motor-Cars and Petrol: 1929 May 22-July 18         May 22-July 18, 1929

CO 129/517/11       Appointments of Members of Legislative Council: 1929 May 10-July 24   May 10-July 24, 1929

CO 129/517/12       Precedence of Certain Members in Legislative Council and Occasional Appointment of Capt. Supt. Of Police to Executive Council: 1929 June 29-Dec. 30 June 29-December 30, 1929

CO 129/517/12A     Tenure of Kowloon Leased Territories: 1929         1929

CO 129/517/13       Proposal to Amalgamate Sailors’ Home with Missions to Seamen: 1929 June 3         June 3, 1929

CO 129/517/14       Use of Government Vessels by the Governor of Hong Kong, for Private and Official Occasions: 1929 July 5-Nov. 16     July 5-November 16, 1929

CO 129/517/15       Query of Interpretation of Rent Clause in Hong Kong General Order 109: 1929 June 14    June 14, 1929

CO 129/518/1 Chinese Telegraph Office in Hong Kong: 1929 June 28-1930 Jan. 3    June 28, 1929-January 3, 1930

CO 129/518/2 Recommendations of the Governor of Candidates to Fill Posts of Attorney General, and Chief Justice of Hong Kong: 1929 June 24-Aug. 19      June 24-August 19, 1929

CO 129/518/3 Proposals to Hold Periodical Conferences between Principal British Authorities in China, and the Government in Hong Kong: 1929 Aug. 13-Dec. 31 August 13-December 31, 1929

CO 129/518/4 Permanent Transfer of Malarial Research Officer: 1929 July 19-Sept. 11  July 19-September 11, 1929

CO 129/518/5 Proposals to Set up Police Federation: 1929 Aug. 19-Oct. 3        August 19-October 3, 1929

CO 129/518/6 The Vacancy for Deputy Treasurer: Salary, and Conditions of Service: 1929 Oct. 2-1930 Jan. 30     January 30-October 2, 1929

CO 129/518/7 Entitlement of Licensed Dental Surgeons in Private Practice in the Colony to Free Medical Treatment: 1929 July 30-Sept. 18    July 30-September 18, 1929

CO 129/518/8 Colonial Development Fund: Requests and Recommendations for Monetary Assistance for Various Projects: 1929 Aug. 30-1930 Feb. 28 August 30, 1929-February 28, 1930

CO 129/518/9 The Mui-Tsai Question: Printed Papers Relating to the System: 1929 Sept. 20-Nov. 1         September 20-November 1, 1929

CO 129/518/10       Honoraria Paid for Extra Work in Connection with Report of River Steamer’s Commission: 1929 Aug. 26-Oct. 25       August 26-October 25, 1929

CO 129/518/11       Request for Information regarding the Levying of Poundage on All Monies Paid into Supreme Court: 1929 Aug. 29-Dec. 14  August 29-December 14, 1929

CO 129/518/12       Administration of Government during Governor’s Absence: 1929 Sept. 27         September 27, 1929

CO 129/519/1 Estimates for 1930: 1929 Sept. 5-Nov. 14    September 5-November 14, 1929

CO 129/519/2 Estimates for 1930: 1929 Sept. 19         September 19, 1929

CO 129/519/3 Trafficking in Children: 1929 Aug. 10     August 10, 1929

CO 129/519/4 Adjustment of Exchange Account: Payment of Military Contribution on Profit on Exchange: 1929 Sept. 10-1931 June 10         September 10, 1929-June 10, 1931

CO 129/519/5 Nurses Registration Ordinance, 1929: Bill: 1929 Sept. 19-1930 Feb. 25     September 19, 1929-February 25, 1930

CO 129/519/6 Development of Railways Proposed by Chinese Government: 1929 Sept. 7-1930 Jan. 17         September 7, 1929-January 17, 1930

CO 129/519/7 Hong Kong Currency: Minting of Silver Dollars: 1929 Nov. 1-1930 Feb. 5  November 1, 1929-February 5, 1930

CO 129/519/8 Offences against the Person Amendment Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Sept. 23-Sept. 28         September 23-28, 1929

CO 129/519/9 Leave Regulations: 1929 Oct. 1     October 1, 1929

CO 129/519/10       Lease of Tai O Salt Pan No. 1: 1929 Nov. 6-1930 Jan. 10     November 6, 1929-January 10, 1930

CO 129/519/11       Protection of Women and Girls Amendment Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Nov. 1         November 1, 1929

CO 129/519/12       Grant of Land to University of Hong Kong: 1929 Nov. 19    November 19, 1929

CO 129/520/1 Chinese Situations: 1929 Dec. 20-1931 Jan. 27    December 20, 1929-January 27, 1931

CO 129/520/2 Currency: Note Issue: 1929 Nov. 22-1930 Nov. 11       November 22, 1929-November 11, 1930

CO 129/520/3 Additional Pay for Cadet Officers Discharging Dual Duties: 1929 Sept. 9-1930 Sept. 8         September 9, 1929-September 8, 1930

CO 129/520/5 Reduction in Rates for Wireless Communication between Hong Kong and Yunnanfu: 1929 Nov. 27  November 27, 1929

CO 129/520/6 Railway Development: Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1929 Nov. 5-1930 Nov. 5     November 5, 1929-November 5, 1930

CO 129/520/7 Public Utility Companies: Acquisition by Foreign Groups: 1929 Dec. 4-1930 Jan. 26         December 4, 1929-January 26, 1930

CO 129/520/8 Memorandum on Use of Opium: 1929 Nov.         November 1929

CO 129/520/9 Cooperation of British Authorities in China: 1930 Jan. 8     January 8, 1930

CO 129/520/10       Tung Wah Eastern Hospital: 1929 Nov. 28-Dec. 13      November 28-December 13, 1929

CO 129/520/11       Request for Permit for Entry into U.K. for Russian Servant: 1930 Jan. 30-Jan. 31         January 30-31, 1930

CO 129/520/12       Development of Kowloon Tong Estate: 1929 Dec. 11-1930 June 16  December 11, 1929-June 16, 1930

CO 129/521/1 Triangulation of Hong Kong Report and Progress: 1930 Jan. 13-Nov. 6     January 13-November 6, 1930

CO 129/521/2 Piracy in Chinese Waters: Anti-Piracy Measures: 1930 Jan. 9-Apr. 10 January 9-April 10, 1930

CO 129/521/3 Piracy in Chinese Waters: Anti-Piracy Measures: 1930 Apr. 9-Nov. 20        April 9-November 20, 1930

CO 129/521/4 Piracy in Chinese Waters: China Navigation Company Ltd, H.M. Attorney General; Responsibility of British Government to Protect Shipping: 1930 June 24-1931 Apr. 23      June 24, 1930-April 23, 1931

CO 129/521/4A       Anglo Japanese Relations: 1929 Dec. 10-1930 Apr. 17         December 10, 1929-April 17, 1930

CO 129/521/5 Complaint by Davie, Boag and Co. against Refusal to Grant Permission to Erect Traffic Signals and Advertisements: 1929 Jan. 15-1930 Feb. 19      January 15, 1929-February 19, 1930

CO 129/521/6 Trade Loan: 1930 Jan. 6-1931 Feb. 25  January 6, 1930-February 25, 1931

CO 129/521/7 Trafficking in Children: 1930 June 11-Sept. 5        June 11-September 5, 1930

CO 129/521/8 New Territories Regulation Amendment Ordinance 1930: 1930 Aug. 1-Aug. 7  August 1-7, 1930

CO 129/521/9 Sailors Home and Missions to Seamen Incorporation Ordinance 1930: 1930 Aug. 8 Aug. 13    August 8-13, 1930

CO 129/521/10       Colonial Treasurer Incorporation Ordinance 1930: 1930 Oct. 17-Oct. 20  October 17-20, 1930

CO 129/521/11       Tung Wah Hospital Ordinance, 1930: 1930 Dec. 17-1931 Dec. 16      December 17, 1930-December 16, 1931

CO 129/521/12       Chinese Customs: Proposed Agreement with Hong Kong: 1930 Apr. 2-June 16 April 2-June 16, 1930

CO 129/521/13       Chinese Customs: Proposed Agreement with Hong Kong: 1930 Aug. 27-Oct. 16         August 27-October 16, 1930

CO 129/521/14       Chinese Customs: Proposed Agreement with Hong Kong: 1930 Oct. 31-1931 Jan. 10         October 31, 1930-January 10, 1931

CO 129/522/1 Illicit Traffic in Chinese Opium: 1929 Dec. 7-1930 Oct. 29 December 7, 1929-October 29, 1930

CO 129/522/2 Mr. Sun Yee Mau, Teacher of Chinese to Hong Kong Cadets: Request for an Ex Gratia Allowance: 1930 Jan. 3  January 3, 1930

CO 129/522/3 Social Hygiene, Including Trafficking in Women & Children, Brothels, Etc: 1930 Feb. 27-1931 Apr. 13       February 27, 1930-April 13, 1931

CO 129/522/4 China Inland Water, River and Coastal Trade: Smuggling by British Ships: 1929 Dec. 12-1930 Mar. 24     December 12, 1929-March 24, 1930

CO 129/522/5 Stamp Amendment Ordinance 1929: 1929 Dec. 6-1930 May 12 December 6, 1929-May 12, 1930

CO 129/522/6 Mui Tsai System: 1929 Dec. 13-1930 Dec.    December 13, 1929-December, 1930

CO 129/522/7 Liquor Amendment Ordinance, 1929: 1929 Dec. 23-Dec. 27       December 23-27, 1929

CO 129/522/8 Military Contribution Payable by Hong Kong: 1930 Jan. 3-Aug. 5       January 3-August 5, 1930

CO 129/522/9 Chinese Labour in Western Samoa: 1929 Oct. 22-1931 Jan. 19  October 22, 1929-January 19, 1931

CO 129/522/10       Arms and Ammunition Amendment Ordinance 1929: 1929 Dec. 20-1930 May 29         December 20, 1929-May 29, 1930

CO 129/522/11       Public Health and Buildings Amendment Ordinance 1930: 1929 Dec. 21-1930 Oct. 20    December 21, 1929-October 20, 1930

CO 129/522/12       Companies Amendment Ordinance 1929: 1929 Dec. 21-1930 Sept. 17      December 21, 1929-September 17, 1930

CO 129/523/1 Reclamation Work at North Point: a General Plan of Port of Hong Kong Showing Extent of Reclamation Work: 1929 Dec. 27-1930 June 12      December 27, 1929-June 12, 1930

CO 129/523/2 Appointment of Colonial Auditor: 1930 Jan. 30-July 7 January 30-July 7, 1930

CO 129/523/3 Appointment of Chief Justice and Attorney General: 1930 Jan. 31-1931 Feb. 19         January 31, 1930-February 19, 1931

CO 129/523/4 China: Protection of Anglo-Chinese: 1929 Nov. 13-1931 Jan. 10        November 13, 1929-January 10, 1931

CO 129/523/5 Deportation Amendment Ordinance 1929: 1929 Dec. 21 Dec. 31       December 21-31, 1929

CO 129/523/6 Criticism of Hong Kong Administration: 1930 Jan. 29-Mar. 3      January 29-March 3, 1930

CO 129/523/7 Removal of Navy Armament Depot from Hong Kong to Stonecutters Island: 1930 Feb. 6-1931 Jan. 8  February 6, 1930-January 8, 1931

CO 129/523/8 Hong Kong Flying Club: 1929 Dec. 21-1930 Jan. 8        December 21, 1929-January 8, 1930

CO 129/523/9 Purchase of Kowloon Inland Lot: 1930 Jan. 10 Mar. 15       January 10-March 15, 1930

CO 129/523/10       Pensionable Status of Officers Appointed after Attaining the Age of 35: 1930 Jan. 15 Apr. 1  January 15-April 1, 1930

CO 129/523/11       C. F. Andrews: Application for Re-Employment in Prison Department: 1929 Jan. 27-1930 Aug. 1        January 27, 1929-August 1, 1930

CO 129/523/12       Currency Situation: 1930 Feb. 17-July 9        February 17-July 9, 1930

CO 129/523/13       Currency Situation: 1930 June 16 Dec. June 16-December, 1930

CO 129/524/1 Reports of Salaries Commission: 1929 Dec. 31-1930 Oct. 27      December 31, 1929-October 27, 1930

CO 129/524/2 Hong Kong University: Financial Position, Chinese Studies, Future of the Chinese School and the Annual Report, 1928: 1930 Jan. 27-Aug. 12    January 27-August 12, 1930

CO 129/524/3 Reorganisation of Commissioned Police Officers: 1930 Jan. 27 Aug. 15    January 27-August 15, 1930

CO 129/524/4 Chinese Telegraph Office in Hong Kong: 1929 Dec. 30-1930 Dec. 9   December 30, 1929-December 9, 1930

CO 129/524/5 Construction of Hangar at Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1930 Feb. 28-Nov. 19       February 28-November 19, 1930

CO 129/524/6 Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children: Inauguration of Hong Kong Branch: 1930 Jan. 22    January 22, 1930

CO 129/524/7 Proposal to Issue Receipts for Fines Paid in Magistrates’ Courts: 1930 Feb. 6-July 16         February 6-July 16, 1930

CO 129/524/8 Grant of Land on Stanley Peninsula for Re-Erection of St. Stephen’s College: 1930 Feb. 7         February 7, 1930

CO 129/524/9 Opium Amendment Ordinance 1930: 1930 Jan. 23-Aug. 11         January 23-August 11, 1930

CO 129/524/10       Audit Staff Salaries: 1930 Apr. 15  April 15, 1930

CO 129/524/11       Colonial Development Fund: Application for Assistance: 1930 Mar. 15-Aug. 28         March 15-August 28, 1930

CO 129/524/12       Issue of Travel Certificates: 1930 Mar. 12-1931 Jan. 28       March 12, 1930-January 28, 1931

CO 129/525/1 Importation of French Liqueurs: 1930 Mar. 30-Oct. 7 March 30-October 7, 1930

CO 129/525/2 Registration of Nurses: Proposed Reciprocity Agreements with U. K. Registers: 1930 Mar. 20-June   March 20-June, 1930

CO 129/525/3 Estimates 1931 and Other Financial Papers: 1930 Jan. 16-1932 Sept. 1     January 16, 1930-September 1, 1932

CO 129/525/4 Writing off of Public Money: 1930 Feb. 20-June 2        February 20-June 2, 1930

CO 129/525/5 Colfix Road Surfacing Materials: 1930 Feb. 21-May 26       February 21-May 26, 1930

CO 129/525/6 Correspondence with Government of Federated Malay States: 1930 Feb. 24-Apr. 9         February 24-April 9, 1930

CO 129/525/7 Appointment of Chinese Consul at Hong Kong: 1929 Sept. 14-1930 May 10     September 14, 1929-May 10, 1930

CO 129/525/8 Hong Kong Technical Institute: and a Prospectus 1929-1930: 1930 Mar. 6-Mar. 14  March 6-14, 1930

CO 129/525/9 Vacancy for Government Dental Surgeon: 1930 Mar. 6-July 22  March 6-July 22, 1930

CO 129/525/10       Proposed Establishment of Police Federation in Hong Kong: 1930 Mar. 6-May 5         March 6-May 5, 1930

CO 129/525/11       Appointments to Executive and Legislative Councils: 1930 Mar. 19-Sept. 19     March 19-September 19, 1930

CO 129/525/12       Transfer of Government Wireless Services to Imperial and International Communications Ltd.: 1930 Mar. 20-1931 Jan. 7 March 20, 1930-January 7, 1931

CO 129/525/13       Transfer of Government Wireless Services to Imperial and International Communications Ltd: Competition from Hong Kong Wireless Using Malabar Route: 1930 Oct. 22-Dec. 19    October 22-December 19, 1930

CO 129/526/1 Police Pension Scheme: 1930 May 3-May 16        May 3-16, 1930

CO 129/526/2 Alterations in Rate of Exchange for Salaries of Officers on Half Pay: 1930 May 16-May 28    May 16-28, 1930

CO 129/526/3 Harbour Department Staff: Preliminary Training of Marine Surveyors: 1930 April 16-1931 Jan. 5       April 16, 1930-January 5, 1931

CO 129/526/4 Deportation of Chinese Political Refugees from Hong Kong: 1929 Dec. 9-1930 June 11         December 9, 1929-June 11, 1930

CO 129/526/5 Appointment of Ophthalmic Surgeon: 1930 April 16-June 2        April 16-June 2, 1930

CO 129/526/6 Schemes for Employment of Time-Expired Soldiers: 1930 Feb. 4-Dec. 12 February 4-December 12, 1930

CO 129/526/7 Proposed Vehicle & Passenger Ferry for Hong Kong Harbour: Plans of the Development of the Port and Ferry Piers: 1930 April 22     April 22, 1930

CO 129/526/8 Selling of Land to China Light & Power Company: 1930 May 31-Sept. 16  May 31-September 16, 1930

CO 129/526/9 Engagement Agreements of Officers: 1930 May 24-1931 Jan. 16      May 24, 1930-January 16, 1931

CO 129/526/10       Water Supply: Shing Mun Valley Scheme with Plans of the Dam and Reservoir Sites: 1930 May 8-Sept. 10      May 8-September 10, 1930

CO 129/526/11       Water Supply: Shing Mun Valley Scheme with Plans of the Dam and Reservoir Sites: 1930 Nov. 14-1931 Jan. 21    January 21-November 14, 1930

CO 129/526/12       Proposals to Raise Additional Revenue Due to Revised Salary Schemes, Etc.: 1930 June 16-1931 Feb. 23     June 16, 1930-February 23, 1931

CO 129/526/13       Military Contribution: Basis of Assessment: 1930 June 17 July 26       June 17-July 26, 1930

CO 129/526/14       United States Interests in Hong Kong: Alleged Discrimination against Commercial Motor Vehicles: 1930 June     June 1930

CO 129/526/15       Leased Territories: Boundaries and Developments with Maps and Photographs: 1930 May 20-1931 Jan. 9       May 20, 1930-January 9, 1931

CO 129/527/1 Appointment and Report of Playing Fields Committee 1929: 1930 May 21-July 21   May 21-July 21, 1930

CO 129/527/2 Discovery of Unidentified Dead Bodies in the Streets: 1830 May 22-July 29      May 22-July 29, 1930

CO 129/527/3 Currency: Miscellaneous: 1930 June 6-July 1        June 6-July 1, 1930

CO 129/527/4 Outbreak between Rival Factions of Chinese Employed by British Phosphate Commissioners on Nauru Island: Reports from the Administrator: 1930 April 21-June 6  April 21-June 6, 1930

CO 129/527/5 Proposed Introduction of Amusement Tax: 1930 July 17-Sept. 19      July 17-September 19, 1930

CO 129/527/6 Possibility of Compiling History of Hong Kong from Official Colonial Office Records: 1930 June 20-Oct. 15     June 20-October 15, 1930

CO 129/527/7 Unofficial Japanese Attitude Towards China: 1930 March 30     March 30, 1930

CO 129/527/8 Query Concerning Payment of Lodging Allowance in Unusual Circumstances: 1930 Aug. 1-1931 Jan. 16         August 1, 1930-January 16, 1931

CO 129/527/9 Proposed Establishment of Industrial School for Boys. Question of Catholic and Salvation Army Influence: 1930 July 8-Oct. 31     July 8-October 31, 1930

CO 129/527/10       Procedure in Cases of People Found Guilty but Insane: 1930 July 10-Oct. 17    July 10-October 17, 1930

CO 129/527/11       3 Recruitment of Chinese Labour for Dutch Borneo: 1930 July 10-1931 Feb.    July 10, 1930-February, 1931

CO 129/527/12       Payment of Hong Kong Pensioners in India: 1930 Aug. 21  August 21, 1930

CO 129/527/13       Treatment of Juvenile Offenders in Hong Kong: 1930 Sept. 25-Dec. 13     September 25-December 13, 1930

CO 129/527/14       Attempt to Import French Brandy as Scotch Whisky: 1930 July 30-Dec. 6 July 30-December 6, 1930

CO 129/527/15       Unforeseen Expenditure: Request That Limit for Payments Be Raised: 1930 Aug. 1-Sept. 24        August 1-September 24, 1930

CO 129/527/16       Hong Kong Flying Club: Volunteer Defence Flying Arm: 1930 Sept. 16        September 16, 1930

CO 129/527/17       Export of Lard and Ham from Hong Kong and China: 1930 Sept. 10-1931 April 27         September 10, 1930-April 27, 1931

CO 129/527/18       University of Hong Kong: Proposal to Establish Department: 1930 May 28-Sept. 19         May 28-September 19, 1930

CO 129/527/19       Annual Education Report 1929: 1930 Sept. 30-1931 Feb. 16       September 30, 1930-February 16, 1931

CO 129/528/1 Trade Statistic Returns: Extent of Trade Passing through Hong Kong: 1930 Dec. 29-1931 Jan. 13     December 29, 1930-January 13, 1931

CO 129/528/2 Provision in the 1931 Estimates for a Gant to School of Oriental Studies, London University: 1930 Nov. 12-Nov. 28 November 12-28, 1930

CO 129/528/3 Chinese Public Dispensaries Committee: Grant of Land for Maternity Hospital: 1930 Oct. 17-Dec. 6         October 17-December 6, 1930

CO 129/528/4 Sale of Land to Maryknoll Sisters for Use as a Girls’ School: 1930 Oct. 21 October 21, 1930

CO 129/528/5 Colonial Taxation: Shipping Dues: 1930 Oct. 20-Dec. 24     October 20-December 24, 1930

CO 129/528/6 Raising of Salary Limits for Non-European Officers: 1930 Oct. 28-1931 Jan. 21         October 28, 1930-January 21, 1931

CO 129/528/7 Visits of Chinese Officials: 1930 Oct. 29        October 29, 1930

CO 129/528/8 Praya East Reclamation Scheme: Ex-Gratia Payment to Cheung Ah Shap: 1930 Oct. 11-Dec. 30       October 11-December 30, 1930

CO 129/528/9 Issue of Emergency Certificates to Enable Chinese Seamen to Land in English Ports: 1930 Nov. 6-1931 Jan. 8         November 6, 1930-January 8, 1931

CO 129/528/10       Revision of the Alignment of Shaukiwan Road: 1930 Nov. 27-1931 Jan. 13         November 27, 1930-January 13, 1931

CO 129/528/11       Incident at Lok Ma Chau Police Station: 1930 Nov. 14         November 14, 1930

CO 129/529/1 Diocesan Boys’ School and Orphanage: Appeal for Money: 1931 Jan. 2-1932 May 10         January 2, 1931-May 10, 1932

CO 129/529/2 Currency: Note Issue: 1931 Jan. 31       January 31, 1931

CO 129/529/3 China: Boxer Indemnity (Application) Bill: 1931 Feb. 21-June      February 21-June, 1931

CO 129/529/4 China: Extraterritoriality: 1931 Nov. 23-Dec. 31 (1)     November 23-December 31, 1931

CO 129/529/5 China: Extraterritoriality: 1931 Nov. 23-Dec. 31 (2)     November 23-December 31, 1931

CO 129/529/6 Miscellaneous: 1931 June 24-Dec. 31   June 24-December 31, 1931

CO 129/529/7 Annual Abstract Account for 1929: 1931 Jan. 14-March 9  January 14-March 9, 1931

CO 129/530/1 Executive and Legislative Council: 1930 Dec. 30-1932 Jan. 15    December 30, 1930-January 15, 1932

CO 129/530/2 Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies: Hong Kong Education Report 1930: 1930 Dec. 23-1931 Oct. 12    December 23, 1930-October 12, 1931

CO 129/530/3 Supplementary Expenditure: Reports of the Finance Committee and Quarterly Returns: 1930 Feb. 13-1932 June 7      February 13, 1930-June 7, 1932

CO 129/530/4 Development of Canton to Kowloon Railway: 1930 Dec. 1         December 1, 1930

CO 129/530/5 Shipping Regulations and Equipment: 1930 Dec. 3-1933 Mar. 16        December 3, 1930-March 16, 1933

CO 129/530/6 Nurses Registration Ordinance 1931: 1931 Feb. 6-Nov. 4   February 6-November 4, 1931

CO 129/530/7 Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Feb. 6-Aug. 6       February 6-August 6, 1931

CO 129/530/8 Estate Duty Ordinance, 1931: Bill: 1931 Feb. 27-Dec. 15     February 27-December 15, 1931

CO 129/530/9 Deportation Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Apr. 2-Dec. 14       April 2-December 14, 1931

CO 129/530/10       Larceny Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Apr. 2-Apr. 9  April 2-9, 1931

CO 129/530/11       Suitors’ Funds Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 May 15-Dec. 17  May 15-December 17, 1931

CO 129/530/12       Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance: Attorney General’s Report: 1931 May 19-Sept. 16      May 19-September 16, 1931

CO 129/531/1 Magistrates Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 2-Dec. 4  October 2-December 4, 1931

CO 129/531/2 Police Force Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 1-Dec. 4 October 1-December 4, 1931

CO 129/531/3 Births and Deaths Registration Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 16-Dec. 21         October 16-December 21, 1931

CO 129/531/4 Land Registration Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 16-Oct. 19     October 16-19, 1931

CO 129/531/5 Stamp Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 16-Oct. 19        October 16-19, 1931

CO 129/531/6 Code of Civil Procedure Amendment Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Oct. 23-Oct. 27   October 23-27, 1931

CO 129/531/7 Foreshore and Sea Bed Works Ordinance 1931: Bill: 1931 Nov. 19-1932 May 7         November 19, 1931-May 7, 1932

CO 129/531/8 Betting Duty Ordinance, 1931: 1931 Dec. 18-1932 Feb. 26 December 18, 1931-February 26, 1932

CO 129/531/9 Hong Kong University: Proposal to Found Faculty of Chinese Studies: 1930 Oct. 17-1931 June 10    October 17, 1930-June 10, 1931

CO 129/531/10       Hong Kong University: Encouragement of Chinese Students to Counteract American Influence: 1931 May 30-Sept. 1    May 30-September 1, 1931

CO 129/531/11       Hong Kong University: General and Financial Points: 1931 Sept. 14-Nov. 8         September 14-November 8, 1931

CO 129/531/12       Press Request for Messages from King and Prime Minister on Occasion of Their Golden Jubilee: 1930 Nov. 25-1931 May 21 November 25, 1930-May 21, 1931

CO 129/531/13       Proposed Reorganization of the Medical and Sanitary Services: 1930 Nov. 18-1933 July 7        November 18, 1930-July 7, 1933

CO 129/531/14       New Gaol: Request for Additional Loan: 1931 Jan. 8-Jan. 23      January 8-23, 1931

CO 129/531/15       Chinese Customs: Proposed Agreement with Hong Kong: 1931 July 9-1932 Jan. 17         July 9, 1931-January 17, 1932

CO 129/532/1 Basis of Assessment for Military Contributions: 1930 Dec. 9-1932 Mar. 29       December 9, 1930-March 29, 1932

CO 129/532/2 Amendments to Schedule of Agreement for Engagement of Officers: 1931 Jan. 9-1932 Apr. 8       January 9, 1931-April 8, 1932

CO 129/532/3 Mui Tsai System: 1930 Dec. 4-1931 Nov. 9   December 4, 1930-November 9, 1931

CO 129/532/4 Mui Tsai System: Resolution and Correspondence with Private Individuals: 1930 Oct. 27 1931 June 24   October 27, 1930-June 24, 1931

CO 129/532/5 Mui Tsai System: Resolutions and Correspondence with Private Individuals: 1931 July 23-Dec. 18       July 23-December 18, 1931

CO 129/532/6 Anti-Piracy Guards: 1931 Jan. 2-Aug. 26       January 2-August 26, 1931

CO 129/532/7 Anti-Piracy Guards: China Navigation Company V. H. M. Attorney General: 1931 Jan. 19-1932 Apr. 20       January 19, 1931-April 20, 1932

CO 129/532/8 Proposed Transfer of Government Wireless Services in Hong Kong to Imperial and International Communications, Ltd.: 1930 Dec. 19-1932 Apr. 19        December 19, 1930-April 19, 1932

CO 129/533/1 Proposed Grant of Land to the Po Leung Kuk: 1930 Dec. 19-1931 Feb. 11         December 19, 1930-February 11, 1931

CO 129/533/1A       Leased Territories: Boundary and Development: 1931 Jan. 22-1932 Mar. 8         January 22, 1931-March 8, 1932

CO 129/533/2 Proposed Site for New Naval Hospital: 1931 Jan. 24-1932 Jan. 19     January 24, 1931-January 19, 1932

CO 129/533/3 Transfer of Leases to Secretary for Chinese Affairs Incorporated: 1930 Dec. 17-1931 Feb. 18    December 17, 1930-February 18, 1931

CO 129/533/4 Hong Kong Water Supply Scheme: 1931 Jan. 28-1932 Jan. 20    January 28, 1931-January 20, 1932

CO 129/533/5 Lt. Col. R. F. Drury, C.B.E: Pension: 1931 Feb. 3-Dec. 14      February 3-December 14, 1931

CO 129/533/6 Removal of Naval Armament Depot from Hong Kong: 1931 Jan. 17-Sept. 9     January 17-September 9, 1931

CO 129/533/7 Revision of Salaries for European Staff of Printing Shop at Victoria Gaol: 1931 Jan. 9-Mar. 9       January 9-March 9, 1931

CO 129/533/8 Validity of Marriages Performed in Foreign Consulates: 1931 Feb. 14-Feb. 20  February 14-20, 1931

CO 129/533/9 Revision of Tobacco Taxation System: 1931 Feb. 17-Nov. 13      February 17-November 13, 1931

CO 129/533/10       Position of Prostitution in Hong Kong: 1931 Jan. 16-Sept. 19     January 16-September 19, 1931

CO 129/533/11       Protection of Anglo-Chinese in China: 1931 Feb. 21-Sept. 22     February 21-September 22, 1931

CO 129/533/12       Additional Revenue Proposals: Revision of Postal Rates: 1931 Mar. 2-Oct. 8    March 2-October 8, 1931

CO 129/533/13       Salaries: Conversion Rate of Sterling: 1931 Jan. 30-1932 Jan. 21       January 30, 1931-January 21, 1932

CO 129/534/1 Issue of Travel Certificates to Chinese: 1931 Mar. 4-1932 Mar. 7       March 4, 1931-March 7, 1932

CO 129/534/2 Correspondence and Reports of Salarie’s Report Anomalies Committee: 1931 Jan. 22-1932 July 13       January 22, 1931-July 13, 1932

CO 129/534/3 Report of Retrenchment Commission: 1931 May 4-1932 Feb. 19       May 4, 1931-February 19, 1932

CO 129/534/4 Appointment of Dr. R.B. Jackson and M.R. Deb: Correspondence regarding Salaries: 1931 Feb. 12-May 27      February 12-May 27, 1931

CO 129/534/5 Query Concerning Qualifications of Superintendent of Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1931 Mar. 6-June 17         March 6-June 17, 1931

CO 129/534/6 Loans for Public Works: 1931 Feb. 24-1932 Aug. 11    February 24, 1931-August 11, 1932

CO 129/534/7 Mrs Robertson, Widow of Sgt. John Robertson, Late of the Hong Kong Police: Application for Pension: 1931 May 6-Aug. 21       May 6-August 21, 1931

CO 129/534/8 Sale of Site in Kowloon to Hong Kong and China Gas Company: 1931 May 4-Nov. 17         May 4-November 17, 1931

CO 129/534/9 Law of Piracy: Case of Rex V. Chung Tam Kwong: 1931 Apr. 1-1932 Apr. 20       April 1, 1931-April 20, 1932

CO 129/534/10       Sale of Marine Lot Leases: 1931 Apr. 16-Nov. 17 April 16-November 17, 1931

CO 129/535/1 University of Hong Kong: Vacancy for Reader in History: 1931 May 12-1932 Mar. 22         May 12, 1931-March 22, 1932

CO 129/535/2 Standard Stock of Public Works Department: 1931 May 18-July 7      May 18-July 7, 1931

CO 129/535/3 Nguyen Ai Quoc: Request for Extradition to Indo-China by French Authorities: 1931 June 29-1932 Jan. 26      June 29, 1931-January 26, 1932

CO 129/535/4 N.I. Brewer: Petition for Pardon: 1931 May 28-Oct. 24       May 28-October 24, 1931

CO 129/535/5 N.I. Brewer: Transcript of Trial and Evidence        May 28, 1927-1931

CO 129/535/6 Leave and Passage Regulations: 1931 June 2-1932 Mar. 30        June 2, 1931-March 30, 1932

CO 129/535/7 Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children: Annual Reports: 1931 June 12-Nov. 27         June 12-November 27, 1931

CO 129/535/8 Crown Leases: 1931 June 17-1932 Feb. 16   June 17, 1931-February 16, 1932

CO 129/535/9 Proposed Revision of Fees for Visas: 1931 June 18-Oct. 24         June 18-October 24, 1931

CO 129/535/10       Establishment of Class I Cadet Posts: 1931 July 10-Sept. 5 July 10-September 5, 1931

CO 129/536/1 Estimates, 1932: 1931 Sept. 3-1933 June 16         September 3, 1931-June 16, 1933

CO 129/536/2 Recruitment of Chinese Labourers for Samoa: 1931 May 26-1932 Jan. 29        May 26, 1931-January 29, 1932

CO 129/536/3 Free Courses for Medical Officers at the London School of Tropical Medicine: 1931 Aug. 4-Nov. 20         August 4-November 20, 1931

CO 129/536/4 Payment of Hong Kong Pensions and Salaries in Australia: 1930 Oct. 31-1931 Nov. 6         October 31, 1930-November 6, 1931

CO 129/536/5 Payment of Bonuses for Distinctions in Bar Examinations: 1931 Aug. 18-Sept. 29         August 18-September 29, 1931

CO 129/536/6 Anti-Japanese Riots: 1931 Sept. 28-1932 Feb. 25         September 28, 1931-February 25, 1932

CO 129/536/7 Acting Pay for Cadet Officers: 1931 Sept. 10-1932 Apr. 13 September 10, 1931-April 13, 1932

CO 129/536/8 I.A. Levis: Application for Registration of Children’s Births: 1931 Oct. 1    October 1, 1931

CO 129/536/9 Capt. T. Pritchard: Case of Yacht Tavy Ii V. SS. Sui Tai (Macao Ferry): 1931 Nov. 18-1932 Aug. 13    November 18, 1931-August 13, 1932

CO 129/536/10       Need for Legislation Concerning Number of Certificated Officers Carried on Passenger Ships: 1931 Nov. 18-1932 June 15       November 18, 1931-June 15, 1932

CO 129/536/11       Proposed Revision of Regulations regarding Study Leave: 1931 Oct. 27-Nov. 12         October 27-November 12, 1931

CO 129/537/1 Po Leung Kuk Incorporation Amendment Ordinance 1932: 1932 Feb. 26-Mar. 1         February 26-March 1, 1932

CO 129/537/2 Industry and Reformatory Schools Ordinance 1932: 1932 Mar. 17-1933 Apr. 29       March 17, 1932-April 29, 1933

CO 129/537/3 Deportation Ordinance, 1932: Bill: 1932 Mar. 8-Sept. 28    March 8-September 28, 1932

CO 129/537/4 Importation and Exportation Amendment Ordinance 1932: 1932 May 27-June 1     May 27-June 1, 1932

CO 129/537/5 City Hall Resumption Ordinance, 1932: 1932 June 24-July 7        June 24-July 7, 1932

CO 129/537/6 Foreshores and Sea Bed Amendment Ordinance 1932: 1932 Aug. 18-1933 Jan. 17         August 18, 1932-January 17, 1933

CO 129/537/7 Supreme Court (Admiralty Procedure) Amendment Ordinance 1932: 1932 Oct. 27-1933 Apr. 12     October 27, 1932-April 12, 1933

CO 129/537/8 Police Force Ordinance 1932: 1932 Dec. 1-1933 May 2       December 1, 1932-May 2, 1933

CO 129/537/9 Prisons Ordinance 1932: 1932 Dec. 1-Dec. 8        December 1-8, 1932

CO 129/537/10      Protection of Women and Girls Amendment Ordinance 1932: 1932 Dec. 9-1933 Mar. 4       December 9, 1932-March 4, 1933

CO 129/537/11       Companies Ordinance 1932: 1932 Dec. 2-1934 May 26      December 2, 1932-May 26, 1934

CO 129/537/12       Status of Step-Children and Adopted Children: 1931 Dec. 4-1932 Mar. 22         December 4, 1931-March 22, 1932

CO 129/538/1 Hong Kong University: 1931 Dec. 31-1932 Aug. 6        December 31, 1931-August 6, 1932

CO 129/538/2 Hong Kong University: 1932 June 23-1933 Mar. 15      June 23, 1932-March 15, 1933

CO 129/538/3 Development of Government Sites and Rebuilding of Government Buildings: 1931 Dec. 17-1932 Oct. 22      December 17, 1931-October 22, 1932

CO 129/538/4 Remuneration of Chief Justice of Hong Kong for Services as Appeal Judge at Shanghai: 1932 Jan. 18-Feb. 2         January 18-February 2, 1932

CO 129/538/5 Appointment of Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, to Canonry of Worcester: 1932 Jan. 15-Jan. 25        January 15-25, 1932

CO 129/538/6 Naval Armament Depot: Correspondence: 1931 June 19-1933 Mar. 31     June 19, 1931-March 31, 1933

CO 129/539/1 Hong Kong Police Force: Proposed Increase in Establishment and Recruitment Methods: 1931 Dec. 29-1933 Mar. 2      December 29, 1931-March 2, 1933

CO 129/539/2 Nguyen Ai Quoc: Arrangements for Deportation: 1932 Jan. 29-1933 Jan. 31    January 29, 1932-January 31, 1933

CO 129/539/3 Mui Tsai System: 1932 Feb. 8-1933 Jan. 10  February 8, 1932-January 10, 1933

CO 129/539/4 Mui Tsai System: 1932 June 28-Nov. 28        June 28-November 28, 1932

CO 129/539/5 Appointment of Rev. Ronald Owen Hall, B.A., as Bishop of Victoria: 1932 Feb. 16-Aug. 11    February 16-August 11, 1932

CO 129/539/6 Anti-Japanese Disturbances: Alleged Presence of Japanese Warship: 1932 Feb. 10-July 5         February 10-July 5, 1932

CO 129/539/7 Re-Verification of Standard Weights and Measures, Affected by the Atmosphere in Treasury Vault: 1932 Jan. 29-April 13    January 29-April 13, 1932

CO 129/539/8 Military Contributions: Basis of Assessment: 1932 Apr. 25-1934 Feb. 27   April 25, 1932-February 27, 1934

CO 129/539/9 St. Johns Ambulance Society: 1932 Mar. 4-Mar. 30      March 4-30, 1932

CO 129/539/10       Purchase of House for Officers’ Quarters: 1932 Mar. 10-Mar. 12       March 10-12, 1932

CO 129/539/11       Hong Kong Flying Club: Proposed Establishment of a Flying Training School at Kai Tak: 1932 Apr. 8-1933 Mar. 4 April 8, 1932-March 4, 1933

CO 129/539/12       Loans for Public Works: Military Finances: 1932 Feb. 26-1933 Mar. 7        February 26, 1932-March 7, 1933

CO 129/539/13       Proposed Transfer of Government Wireless Service to Imperial and International Communications Ltd.: 1932 Apr. 11-1933 June 17        April 11, 1932-June 17, 1933

CO 129/539/14       Establishment of a Vehicular Ferry Service for Hong Kong Harbour: 1932 Mar. 30-Dec. 1         March 30-December 1, 1932

CO 129/540/1 Enrolment of Foreign Nationals to Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: 1932 Mar. 31-1933 Jan. 19      March 31, 1932-January 19, 1933

CO 129/540/2 Importation of American Motor Vehicles: 1932 Apr. 1-May 21   April 1-May 21, 1932

CO 129/540/3 Death Gratuity: Liability to Estate Duty: 1932 May 10-May 23   May 10-23, 1932

CO 129/540/4 Proposed Transfer of Kowloon Peak Military Reserve to Government of Hong Kong: 1932 Apr. 15-1933 Feb. 10     April 15, 1932-February 10, 1933

CO 129/540/5 Water Supply: Shing Mun Valley Waterworks Scheme: 1932 May 11-Dec. 7      May 11-December 7, 1932

CO 129/540/6 Leave and Passage Regulations: 1932 May 30-Dec. 14       May 30-December 14, 1932

CO 129/540/7 Dredging of Hong Kong Harbour: 1932 Apr. 26-Oct. 1 April 26-October 1, 1932

CO 129/540/8 Sale of Kowloon Site to the Chinese YMCA: 1932 May 5-June 20       May 5-June 20, 1932

CO 129/540/9 Educational Vacancies: Applications and Appointments: 1932 June 6-Sept. 7   June 6-September 7, 1932

CO 129/540/10       Increase in Postal Rates: 1932 June 7   June 7, 1932

CO 129/540/11       Grants of New Crown Leases: 1932 May 12-Aug. 11   May 12-August 11, 1932

CO 129/540/12       Facilities for Staff to Attend Wireless Telegraphy Courses While on Leave: 1932 May 20-1933 Apr. 6         May 20, 1932-April 6, 1933

CO 129/540/13       Proposal by Chinese Government to Establish Vice-Consulate in Hong Kong: 1932 June 6-Dec. 30        June 6-December 30, 1932

CO 129/540/14       Appointment of Mr. J. G. Charlton as an Engineer Ship Surveyor: 1932 July 13-Nov. 4         July 13-November 4, 1932

CO 129/540/15       Creation of Post of European Assistant Superintendent of Mails: 1932 June 15-Aug. 17    June 15-August 17, 1932

CO 129/540/16       Regulations Concerning Life Certificates: 1932 June 23-Aug. 11        June 23-August 11, 1932

CO 129/540/17       Kowloon Land Lines: Agreement between Government of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Telephone Company and the Extension Company: 1932 July 25-1933 Apr. 7    July 25, 1932-April 7, 1933

CO 129/540/18       Service of Writs: 1931 Dec. 11-1933 Nov. 14        December 11, 1931-November 14, 1933

CO 129/540/19       Sale of Area at Repulse Bay to the Hong Kong Realty & Trust Company: 1932 July 8         July 8, 1932

CO 129/541/1 Piracy: Case of Rex v. Chung Tam Kwong: 1932 July 29-1933 Feb. 3  July 29, 1932-February 3, 1933

CO 129/541/2 Estimates 1931: 1932 Oct. 14-1934 July 19  October 14, 1932-July 19, 1934

CO 129/541/3 Revisions to Police Agreement of Employment: 1932 Aug. 15-Aug. 20      August 15-20, 1932

CO 129/541/4 Empire Products Fair: Report: 1932 July 2-1933 Mar. 16     July 2, 1932-March 16, 1933

CO 129/541/5 Harbour Light Dues: Proposed Amendments: 1932 Aug. 11-1933 May 22 August 11, 1932-May 22, 1933

CO 129/541/6 Erection of Wireless Station at Hunghom: 1932 Sept. 9      September 9, 1932

CO 129/541/7 New Sailors’ and Soldiers’ Home: Grant for Extension: 1932 Oct. 19 October 19, 1932

CO 129/541/8 W. Russell-Brown: Eligibility of Wei-Hai-Wei Service to Count Towards Pension: 1932 Oct. 25-1933 Mar. 21     October 25, 1932-March 21, 1933

CO 129/541/9 Alexander Black: Approval for Reduced Gratuity: 1932 Oct. 4-Dec. 19      October 4-December 19, 1932

CO 129/541/10       Cheng Kwok Yau: Application for Special Leave to Appeal: 1932 Oct. 13-1933 Feb. 3         October 13, 1932-February 3, 1933

CO 129/541/11       Cheng Kwok Yau: Trial Judge’s Notes: 1932  1932

CO 129/541/12       Application by Soviet Oil Company Union Petroleum Trust for Permission to Erect an Oil Tank: 1932 Nov. 14-1933 Mar. 28       November 14, 1932-March 28, 1933

CO 129/541/13       Sale of Land to Tsang Fook Land Company: 1932 Oct. 20   October 20, 1932

CO 129/541/14       Sale of Land to Hong Kong and China Gas Company: 1932 Oct. 27    October 27, 1932

CO 129/541/15       Purchase of Site of Sailors’ Home and Seamen’s Institute for Re-Development as Government Offices: 1932 Nov. 18       November 18, 1932

CO 129/542/1 China: Traffic in Arms: 1932 Oct. 31-1934 Feb. 9 October 31, 1932-February 9, 1934

CO 129/542/2 Royal Naval Hospital: Site for Proposed New Building: 1933 Jan. 9-July 29       January 9-July 29, 1933

CO 129/542/3 Foreshore and Sea-Bed Works Bill: Correspondence: 1933 Jan. 9-Aug. 16         January 9-August 16, 1933

CO 129/542/4 Summary Offences Amendment Ordinance, 1933: 1933 Mar. 24-Dec. 20 March 24-December 20, 1933

CO 129/542/5 Volunteer Ordinance, 1933: 1933 May 26-Nov. 9         May 26-November 9, 1933

CO 129/542/6 Supreme Court Amendment Ordinance, 1933: 1933 June 23-1934 Feb. 22        June 23, 1933-February 22, 1934

CO 129/542/7 Betting Duty Amendment Ordinance, 1933: 1933 Sept. 1-Sept. 20     September 1-20, 1933

CO 129/542/8 Industrial and Reformatory Schools Amendment Ordinance, 1933: 1933 Oct. 13-Nov. 27         October 13-November 27, 1933

CO 129/542/9 Naval Volunteer Ordinance, 1933: 1933 Dec. 22-1935 Jan. 29   December 22, 1933-January 29, 1935

CO 129/542/10       Mui Tsai System: Correspondence from Private Individuals: 1933 Jan. 13 Dec. 11         January 13-December 11, 1933

CO 129/542/11       Grant of Land to Trustees of the Church of England: 1932 Dec. 20-1933 Jan. 27         December 20, 1932-January 27, 1933

CO 129/542/12       Smuggling from Hong Kong into China: 1933 Jan. 21-Aug. 21    January 21-August 21, 1933

CO 129/542/13       Tobacco Taxation: Suggested Scale of Duties: 1932 Dec. 23-1933 Oct. 25         December 23, 1932-October 25, 1933

CO 129/542/14       Hong Kong Harbour Ferry: Expenditure: 1932 Dec. 28-1934 Feb. 15  December 28, 1932-February 15, 1934

CO 129/542/15       Land at Sham Shui Po, Occupied by Military Authorities: 1933 Jan. 6-Oct. 31         January 6-October 31, 1933

CO 129/542/16       Military Contribution: 1933 Feb. 8-Dec. 14  February 8-December 14, 1933

CO 129/543/1 Purchase of Private House for Officers Quarters: 1933 Feb. 11  February 11, 1933

CO 129/543/2 Mui Tsai System: 1933 Jan. 4-1934 Apr. 11   January 4, 1933-April 11, 1934

CO 129/543/3 Leave and Passage Regulations: 1933 Jan. 13-Sept. 11       January 13-September 11, 1933

CO 129/543/4 Piracy: Case of Rex V. Chung Tam Kwong and others: 1933 Feb. 10-1934 Mar. 2         February 10, 1933-March 2, 1934

CO 129/543/5 Sketches of Hong Kong 1846: Purchase for Government of Hong Kong: 1933 Mar. 27-Oct. 13    March 27-October 13, 1933

CO 129/543/6 Grant of Land to Chinese Affairs Incorporated: 1933 Feb. 14     February 14, 1933

CO 129/543/7 Shipping Regulations: 1933 Mar. 23-Mar. 24         March 23-24, 1933

CO 129/543/8 Issue of Passports and Travel Certificates to Chinese People Born in Hong Kong: 1933 Feb. 20-Sept. 27      February 20-September 27, 1933

CO 129/543/9 Hong Kong University: Technical Education: 1933 Feb. 28-Nov. 7      February 28-November 7, 1933

CO 129/543/10       Water Supply: Shing Mun Valley Water Works: 1933 Apr. 21-1934 Feb. 8  April 21, 1933-February 8, 1934

CO 129/543/11       Loans to Senior Officers for Building Purposes: 1933 Mar. 20-May 15       March 20-May 15, 1933

CO 129/543/12       Loans for Public Work: 1933 Mar. 29-Dec. 20       March 29-December 20, 1933

CO 129/543/13       Proposed Amendments to Deportation Ordinance: 1933 Mar. 22-1934 Jan. 11         March 22, 1933-January 11, 1934

CO 129/543/14       Hong Kong Flying School at Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1933 May 14-Sept. 5       May 14-September 5, 1933

CO 129/543/15       Lease of Land for Diary Farming: 1933 Apr. 11-May 20       April 11-May 20, 1933

CO 129/543/16       China: Protection for Anglo-Chinese: 1933 Feb. 13-1934 Mar. 13      February 13, 1933-March 13, 1934

CO 129/543/17       Marine Surveyor’s Department: Vacancies and Applications: 1933 Apr. 19-1934 Feb. 13    April 19, 1933-February 13, 1934

CO 129/544/1 Tsan Yuk Maternity Hospital: Offer to Government as Free Gift: 1933 May 4    May 4, 1933

CO 129/544/2 Grant of Land to Tung Wah Hospital: 1933 May 11-June 21        May 11-June 21, 1933

CO 129/544/3 Wireless Services in Hong Kong and Malaya: 1933 June 19-July 19    June 19-July 19, 1933

CO 129/544/4 Sale of Land to St. John’s Ambulance Brigade: 1933 May 26-July 12  May 26-July 12, 1933

CO 129/544/5 Naval Armament Depot at Stonecutters Island: Postponement of Payment of Final Instalment: 1933 May 25-Nov. 21 May 25-November 21, 1933

CO 129/544/6 Junior Technical School: Development and Preliminary Report: 1933 May 29-Oct. 16         May 29-October 16, 1933

CO 129/544/7 Proposal to Supply Dispensary Launch for Use of Harbour Residents: 1933 May 31-Aug. 4       May 31-August 4, 1933

CO 129/544/8 Adjustment of Exchange Account: 1933 June 1-July 31       June 1-July 31, 1933

CO 129/544/9 H. N. Chau, Chinese Law Student: Request for Permission to Sit Hong Kong Solicitors Examination in England: 1933 July 25-Nov. 28     July 25-November 28, 1933

CO 129/544/10       Proposed Rebuilding of Part of Tung Wah Hospital: 1933 June 28-Aug. 22        June 28-August 22, 1933

CO 129/544/11       Refusal to Grant Entry Permit to Soviet Employees of Union Petroleum Trust: 1933 Aug. 28-Sept. 11     August 28-September 11, 1933

CO 129/544/12       Vacancy for Assistant Apothecary in the Medical Department: 1933 July 4-Nov. 30         July 4-November 30, 1933

CO 129/544/13       British Empire Fair: Reports, Etc.: 1933 Aug. 10-Nov. 8       August 10-November 8, 1933

CO 129/544/14       Proposed Public Park in Kowloon: Question of Chinese Jurisdiction in City Area: 1933 Aug. 9-Sept    August 9-September, 1933

CO 129/544/15       Administration of Estates of Deceased European Officers: 1933 July 13   July 13, 1933

CO 129/544/16       Request for Board of Trade Prohibition on Engagements of Marine Officers without Repatriation Clause: 1933 Aug. 15-Dec. 12  August 15-December 12, 1933

CO 129/544/17       Piracy: Proposals for Protection of Ships: 1933 June 18-Aug. 23        June 18-August 23, 1933

CO 129/544/18       Custody of H. J. O. Hicks, Criminal Lunatic: 1933 June 26-Sept. 21     June 26-September 21, 1933

CO 129/544/19       Erection of a Country Bungalow for the Governor: 1933 July 18-Sept. 20 July 18-September 20, 1933

CO 129/544/20       Grant of Land to St. John’s Ambulance Brigade: 1933 Sept. 7-1934 Mar. 6         September 7, 1933-March 6, 1934

CO 129/544/21       Creation of New Posts for Architects and Overseers in Public Works Department: 1933 Sept. 18-1934 Jan. 27    September 18, 1933-January 27, 1934

CO 129/544/22       Hong Kong Estate Duty: Bellairs Estate: 1933 Sept. 21-1934 Jan. 5    September 21, 1933-January 5, 1934

CO 129/544/23       Grant of Land to Young Men’s Christian Association of Hong Kong: 1933 Sept. 29         September 29, 1933

CO 129/544/24       Engagement Agreements for Police Constables: 1933 Oct. 31-Nov. 17     October 31-November 17, 1933

CO 129/544/25       Harbour Development: Dredging in the Vicinity of Hong Kong and Kowloon Wharf, and Godown Company’s Piers: 1933 Oct. 31-Dec. 19  October 31-December 19, 1933

CO 129/545/1 Estimates 1934: 1933 Oct. 4-1934 Apr. 17    October 4, 1933-April 17, 1934

CO 129/545/2 Government House and City Development Scheme: 1933 Oct. 13-1934 Jan. 12         October 13, 1933-January 12, 1934

CO 129/545/3 Application for Registration of the Births of the Children of Ali Gulab Mallek: 1933 Sept. 29-Dec. 30       September 29-December 30, 1933

CO 129/545/4 Request to Write off the Value of Cash and Stamps Stolen from General Post Office: 1933 Oct. 26-Dec. 20     October 26-December 20, 1933

CO 129/545/5 Purchase of New Passenger Coaches for Kowloon Canton Railway: 1933 Nov. 10-1934 Jan. 31     November 10, 1933-January 31, 1934

CO 129/545/6 Air Ministry: Request for Extra Land at Kai Tak: 1933 Nov. 29-1934 Feb. 8        November 29, 1933-February 8, 1934

CO 129/545/7 Telegraphy and Telephony: Amendments to Legislation: 1933 Nov. 1-1934 Mar. 24         November 1, 1933-March 24, 1934

CO 129/545/8 Annual Medical Report 1932: 1933 Nov. 2-1934 May 16     November 2, 1933-May 16, 1934

CO 129/545/9 Proposed Reorganisation of Medical and Sanitary Services: 1933 Nov. 2-1934 Jan. 10         November 2, 1933-January 10, 1934

CO 129/545/10       Sale of Land to Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Trust Association: 1933 Nov. 6-Dec. 20    November 6-December 20, 1933

CO 129/545/11       Proposed Public Health Centre in Western Victoria: 1933 Nov. 7        November 7, 1933

CO 129/545/12       John Mario Dos Santos: Cost of Burial: 1933 Dec. 14-1934 Jan. 9      December 14, 1933-January 9, 1934

CO 129/545/13       Grant of Land to Chinese Anglian Church Body: 1933 Nov. 17    November 17, 1933

CO 129/546/1 Loans for Public Works: 1934 Jan. 6-Aug. 14        January 6-August 14, 1934

CO 129/546/2 Grant of Land to Church Missionary Society: 1933 Dec. 7   December 7, 1933

CO 129/546/3 Post Office Department: Re-Organisation of Mails Branch: 1933 Dec. 4-1934 Oct. 30         December 4, 1933-October 30, 1934

CO 129/546/4 Control of the Printing of Bank-Notes: 1933 Dec. 12-1934 Mar. 15   December 12, 1933-March 15, 1934

CO 129/546/5 Hong Kong Chinese Civil Servants Club: 1933 Dec. 18-1934 Jan. 30   December 18, 1933-January 30, 1934

CO 129/546/6 Proposed New Naval Hospital: 1934 Jan. 23-Apr. 27   January 23-April 27, 1934

CO 129/546/7 Leave and Passage Regulations: 1934 Jan. 3-1935 Nov. 26         January 3, 1934-November 26, 1935

CO 129/546/8 Revision of Kowloon Canton Railway Agreement: 1933 Dec. 11-1934 Dec. 4   December 11, 1933-December 4, 1934

CO 129/546/9 Mui Tsai System: 1934 Feb. 5-Oct. 15   February 5-October 15, 1934

CO 129/546/10       Naval Armament Depot: Payment by Hong Kong Government of Final Instalment: 1934 Jan. 11-Nov. 4        January 11-November 4, 1934

CO 129/546/11       Kowloon City: Expropriation of Chinese Owned Land: 1934 Jan. 9-Dec. 28         January 9-December 28, 1934

CO 129/547/1 Wireless Telegraph and Telephone Services: 1934 Jan. 16-Jan. 26      January 16-26, 1934

CO 129/547/2 Appointments to Executive and Legislative Councils: 1934 Jan. 25-Dec.28        January 25-December 28, 1934

CO 129/547/3 China Piracy: Anti-Piracy Guards: 1934 Jan. 25-Dec. 3         January 25-December 3, 1934

CO 129/547/4 Military Contributions: 1934 Feb. 23-Nov. 28       February 23-November 28, 1934

CO 129/547/5 Regulations Relating to Lifts and Escalators: 1934 Feb. 1-July 18       February 1-July 18, 1934

CO 129/547/6 Vacancies: Cadet Officers: 1934 Jan. 29-May 28 January 29-May 28, 1934

CO 129/547/7 Marriage Amendment Ordinance 1934: Protection of Women and Girls Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1933 Sept. 19-1934 July 4  September 19, 1933-July 4, 1934

CO 129/547/8 Piracy: Case of Rex V. Chung Tam Kwong: 1934 Mar. 22-Dec. 14        March 22-December 14, 1934

CO 129/547/9 Use of Japanese Cement for Public Works: 1934 Apr. 9-July 11  April 9-July 11, 1934

CO 129/547/10       Memorandum on Revision of Salaries: Undated  January 1933

CO 129/547/11       Water Supply: Saving Mun Valley Waterworks Scheme: 1934 Feb. 19-Sept. 7         February 19-September 7, 1934

CO 129/547/12       Hong Kong University: Problems: 1934 Feb. 22-Mar. 7        February 22-March 7, 1934

CO 129/547/13       Mui Tsai System: 1934 June 13-Oct. 11         June 13-October 11, 1934

CO 129/548/1 Annual Reports from Various Government Departments: 1934 Apr. 3-1935 June 11         April 3, 1934-June 11, 1935

CO 129/548/2 Vacancy for Director of Education: 1934 Feb. 19-Oct. 11   February 19-October 11, 1934

CO 129/548/3 Registration of Persons Ordinance 1934: 1934 Mar. 29-Aug. 14         March 29-August 14, 1934

CO 129/548/4 Railways Amendment Ordinance 1934 and Further Amendment: 1934 Apr. 6-Nov. 15         April 6-November 15, 1934

CO 129/548/5 Opium Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 May 29      May 29, 1934

CO 129/548/6 Immigration and Passports Ordinance 1934: 1934 May 18-June 24   May 18-June 24, 1934

CO 129/548/7 Summary Offences Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 July 17  July 17, 1934

CO 129/548/8 Crown Counsel’s Fees Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 Aug. 1      August 1, 1934

CO 129/548/9 Trustee Ordinance 1934: 1934 July 21-Aug. 1       July 21-August 1, 1934

CO 129/548/10       Foreign Mission Sisters of St. Dominic Incorporation Ordinance 1934: 1934 July 27-Aug. 1         July 27-August 1, 1934

CO 129/548/11       Betting Duty Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 Aug. 24-Aug. 30      August 24-30, 1934

CO 129/548/12       Supreme Court Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 Aug. 24-Sept. 5  August 24-September 5, 1934

CO 129/548/13       Government House and City Development Scheme Ordinance 1934: 1934 Sept. 28-Oct. 4 September 28-October 4, 1934

CO 129/548/14       Estate Duty Amendment Ordinance 1934: 1934 Oct. 20-Oct. 24        October 20-24, 1934

CO 129/548/15       Sand Ordinance 1934: 1934 Nov. 23-1935 Sept. 12     November 23, 1934-November 12, 1935

CO 129/549/1 Remittance of Funds between Hong Kong and London: 1934 Feb. 12-1935 Feb. 14         February 12, 1934-February 14, 1935

CO 129/549/2 Form of Employment Agreements for Police Officers: 1934 Apr. 9-Nov. 30       April 9-November 30, 1934

CO 129/549/3 Gas Explosion Disaster: 1934 May 15-1935 Jan. 10     May 15, 1934-January 10, 1935

CO 129/549/4 Revision of Postal Charges: 1934 May 29-June 12       May 29-June 12, 1934

CO 129/549/5 Extension of the Botanical Gardens: 1934 June 6         June 6, 1934

CO 129/549/6 Tsan Yuk Hospital: Alteration’s in Salaries of Hospital Staff: 1934 May 7   May 7, 1934

CO 129/549/7 Trade School: Suggested Institution Based on Malayan Examples: 1934 May 11-Sept. 26         May 11-September 26, 1934

CO 129/549/8 J. M. Das Santos: Cost of Burial: 1934 Apr. 20-Oct. 3  April 20-October 3, 1934

CO 129/549/9 Air Ministry: Transfer of Land for Officer’s Mess at Kai Tak: 1934 June 6-Dec. 29     June 6-December 29, 1934

CO 129/549/10       Importation of Meat Products: Health Certificates: 1934 June 11-Nov. 21        June 11-November 21, 1934

CO 129/549/11       British Empire Fair: Provisional Date: 1934 May 28      May 28, 1934

CO 129/549/12       Annual Report of the Social and Economic Progress of the People of Hong Kong, 1933: 1934 June 8-June 11     June 8-11, 1934

CO 129/549/13       Grant of Land to Trustees of the Church of England: 1934 June 6-July 25 June 6-July 25, 1934

CO 129/549/14       Commission of Enquiry into Trade of Colony: 1934 July 17-1935 Jan. 18   July 17, 1934-January 18, 1935

CO 129/549/15       Health Inspection of Ships: Hours and Fees: 1934 June 6    June 6, 1934

CO 129/549/16       Construction of New Police Launch: 1934 July 27-Dec. 19 July 27-December 19, 1934

CO 129/549/17       Harbour Ferry: Increase in Estimate for Improvements: 1934 Aug. 20       August 20, 1934

CO 129/549/18       Hong Kong Harbour: Request for Further Dredging: 1934 Sept. 29-Oct. 10         September 29-October 10, 1934

CO 129/549/19       Education Department: System and Organisation: 1934 July 11-Dec. 6     July 11-December 6, 1934

CO 129/550/1 Estimates 1935: 1934 Sept. 14-Sept. 15        September 14-15, 1934

CO 129/550/2 Keung Tsz Pan: Petition against Sentence of Death: 1934 Oct. 18      October 18, 1934

CO 129/550/3 Empire Air Mail Services: Cost of Participation to Be Exempted from Assessment for Military Contributions: 1934 Oct. 19-1935 Jan. 17       October 19, 1934-January 17, 1935

CO 129/550/4 Hong Kong University: King Edward VII Scholarships: 1934 Oct. 31-1935 Mar. 6         October 31, 1934-March 6, 1935

CO 129/550/5 Chinese Tin Assay: Discrepancies between Official and Other Assays: 1934 Nov. 29-Dec. 24    November 29-December 24, 1934

CO 129/550/6 Rex V. Ng Loi Yuen: Request Review of Trial and Exercise of Prerogative of Mercy: 1934 Nov. 22-Dec. 21      November 22-December 21, 1934

CO 129/550/7 Rex V. Ng Loi Yuen: Appeal to Privy Council: 1934        1934

CO 129/551/1 Estate of Raphael Emanuel Belilios: Payment of Estate Duties: 1934 Nov. 29-1935 Nov. 29    November 29, 1934-November 29, 1935

CO 129/551/2 Mui Tsai System: 1934 Nov. 30-1935 Nov. 22       November 30, 1934-November 22, 1935

CO 129/551/3 Health Certificates for Import of Lard from Hong Kong: 1935 Jan. 3-Mar. 14   January 3-March 14, 1935

CO 129/551/4 Canton-Kowloon Railway Working Agreement: 1934 Nov. 16-1935 Dec. 5       November 16, 1934-December 5, 1935

CO 129/551/5 Asylums Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Jan. 24-May 29      January 24-May 29, 1935

CO 129/551/6 St. John Ambulance, 1935: 1935 Jan. 25-Jan. 29  January 25-29, 1935

CO 129/551/7 Cheero Club Incorporation Ordinance 1935: 1935 Jan. 25-Jan. 28     January 25-28, 1935

CO 129/551/8 Acquisition of Land for Air Ministry at Kai Tak: 1935 Jan. 12-1936 Jan. 1   January 12, 1935-January 1, 1936

CO 129/551/9 Acquisition of Land for Air Ministry at Kai Tak: 1936 Feb. 17-1937 Jan. 9  February 17, 1936-January 9, 1937

CO 129/551/10       Hong Kong Nursing Board: Reciprocal Registration: 1935 Jan. 18      January 18, 1935

CO 129/551/11       J. C. Kaye: Query over Responsibility for Payment of Pension: 1935 Jan. 18-1945 May 31    January 18, 1935-May 31, 1945

CO 129/551/12       Proposed New Naval Hospital: Governments Approval of Further Option on Site by the Admiralty: 1935 Jan. 24-May 8        January 24-May 8, 1935

CO 129/551/13       Ng Loi Yuen: Appeal to the Privy Council: 1935 Jan. 9-Feb. January 9-February, 1935

CO 129/551/14       Miss K. R. Johnson: Application for Passport and Visa: 1935 Jan. 26-Sept. 13         January 26-September 13, 1935

CO 129/551/15       Antonio Gislon: Application for Visa: 1935 Feb. 1-Apr. 4      February 1-April 4, 1935

CO 129/551/16       Vera Volkona: Application for Visa to Enter United Kingdom: 1935 Nov. 2-Dec. 30         November 2-December 30, 1935

CO 129/552/1 Supplementary Expenditure: 1934 Dec. 24-1936 Jan. 18     December 24, 1934-January 18, 1936

CO 129/552/2 Military Contributions: 1935 Jan. 28-July 30         January 28-July 30, 1935

CO 129/552/3 Annual Abstract Account, 1933-4: 1933-1936 Aug. 14         1933-August 14, 1936

CO 129/552/4 Police Department: Staffing: 1935 Jan. 2-Dec. 7 January 2-December 7, 1935

CO 129/552/5 Naval Armament Depot: Surrender of Arsenal Yard to H.K. Government: 1935 Feb. 2-Nov. 26    February 2-November 26, 1935

CO 129/552/6 Traffic of Arms to China: 1935 Jan. 2-Dec. 27      January 2-December 27, 1935

CO 129/552/7 Chinese Seamen’s Union: Request to Set up Branch in Hong Kong: 1935 Jan. 2-July 19         January 2-July 19, 1935

CO 129/552/8 Kowloon City: Expropriation of Chinese Property: 1935 Jan. 2-Aug. 1       January 2-August 1, 1935

CO 129/552/9 Regulations Concerning Landing Armed Men from Foreign Warships: 1935 Jan. 24-June 17    January 24-June 17, 1935

CO 129/553/1 Wessex Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd: Propose Establishment of Ammunitions Factory: 1935 Feb. 6-July 24         February 6-July 24, 1935

CO 129/553/2 Tung Wah Hospital, the Kwong Wah Hospital and the Tung Wah Eastern Hospital: Financial Assistance from Public Funds: 1935 Jan. 30-Nov. 19    January 30-November 19, 1935

CO 129/553/3 Anti-Piracy Measures: 1935 Mar. 7-Nov. 4   March 7-November 4, 1935

CO 129/553/4 Proposed Appointment of Housing Commission to Investigate Congested Areas: 1935 Jan. 18-Sept. 4        January 18-September 4, 1935

CO 129/553/5 Japanese Activities in Macao and Canton: 1935 Jan. 31-Nov. 22        January 31-November 22, 1935

CO 129/553/6 Technical Education in Hong Kong: Progress Reports Etc.: 1935 Apr. 10-Dec. 19      April 10-December 19, 1935

CO 129/553/7 Silver Jubilee Celebrations: 1935 Mar. 4-Mar. 14 March 4-14, 1935

CO 129/553/8 Tin: Analyses of Assay: 1935 Mar. 11-1936 Mar. 4        March 11, 1935-March 4, 1936

CO 129/553/9 Empire Air Mail Services: Participation of Hong Kong in Proposed Development: 1935 Mar. 11-May 21      March 11-May 21, 1935

CO 129/553/10       Urban Council: Re-Organisation of the Medical and Sanitary Services: 1935 Mar. 8-July 31  March 8-July 31, 1935

CO 129/553/11       Vacancies: Nursing Sisters: 1935 Feb. 18-Nov. 15        February 18-November 15, 1935

CO 129/553/12       Education: Report of Mr. Burney’s Visit: 1935 Mar. 28-1936 Aug. 7   March 28, 1935-August 7, 1936

CO 129/553/13       Appropriation of Land for Chinese Permanent Cemetery: 1935 Mar. 1      March 1, 1935

CO 129/553/14       Boarding House Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Mar. 4        March 4, 1935

CO 129/554/1 Loans for Public Works: 1935 Mar. 13-Nov. 30     March 13-November 30, 1935

CO 129/554/2 Rating Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Mar. 15-Mar. 18        March 15-18, 1935

CO 129/554/3 Liquors Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Mar. 15-Mar. 18      March 15-18, 1935

CO 129/554/4 Companies Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Jan. 7-Dec. 17   January 7-December 17, 1935

CO 129/554/5 Commission of Enquiry into the Hong Kong Trade Depression: Correspondence and Report: 1935 Mar. 27-Aug. 11        March 27-August 11, 1935

CO 129/554/6 Hong Kong University: 1. Appointment of Dr. Chen Shas Yi as Head of Chinese Department 2. Request for Copies of Hong Kong Naturalist: 1935 Mar. 18-Oct. 28 March 18-October 28, 1935

CO 129/554/7 British Empire and China Trade Fair: 1935 May 14-Oct. 23 May 14-October 23, 1935

CO 129/554/8 Administration of the Government during Governor’s Illness: 1935 Sept. 13-Nov. 1         September 13-November 1, 1935

CO 129/554/9 Buildings Ordinance 1935: 1935 Apr. 15        April 15, 1935

CO 129/554/10       Magistrates Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Apr. 18-June 17       April 18-June 17, 1935

CO 129/554/11       Stamp Amendment Ordinance 1935: 1935 Apr. 18-June 25 April 18-June 25, 1935

CO 129/554/12       Public Reclamations Validation and Clauses Bill (Formerly Foreshores Bill): 1935 Apr. 30-1936 Mar. 3        April 30, 1935-March 3, 1936

CO 129/554/13       China Light and Power Company: Request for Dispensation under Electricity Supply Ordinance 1911: 1935 July 2-Aug. 29    July 2-August 29, 1935

CO 129/554/14       Alice Memorial and Nethersole Hospitals: Proposed Rebuilding: 1935 June 18         June 18, 1935

CO 129/554/15       Chiu Shai: Reduction in Pension: 1935 July 13-Aug. 7  July 13-August 7, 1935

CO 129/554/16       Lepers Ordinance 1935: 1935 June 14-1938 Jul. 13      June 14, 1935-July 13, 1938

CO 129/554/17       Tokens Ordinance 1935: 1935 June 14-June 19    June 14-19, 1935

CO 129/555/1 Hong Kong Tramways Ltd: Petition: 1935 July 10-Oct. 4     July 10-October 4, 1935

CO 129/555/2 Estimates 1936: 1935 Aug. 30-1937 Jan. 29 August 30, 1935-January 29, 1937

CO 129/555/3 Proposed Transfer of Lands near Kai Tak to the War Department: 1935 Aug. 22-1936 Jan. 16    August 22, 1935-January 16, 1936

CO 129/555/4 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Annual Report 1934-5: 1935 Aug. 6        August 6, 1935

CO 129/555/5 Compilation of History of Hong Kong: 1935 Sept. 14  September 14, 1935

CO 129/555/6 Banking Crisis: 1935 Sept. 24-Oct. 18   September 24-October 18, 1935

CO 129/555/7 Acceptance of Marble Hall as Official Residence for Commander-In-Chief, China Station: 1935 Oct. 11   October 11, 1935

CO 129/555/8 Deportation of Aliens Ordinance 1935: 1935 Sept. 13-Dec. 28   September 13-December 28, 1935

CO 129/555/9 Colonial Naval Volunteer Forces: 1935 Aug. 28-Nov. 6        August 28-November 6, 1935

CO 129/555/10       Hong Kong Golf Club: Ban on Asians: 1935 Oct. 24-1936 Feb. 13       October 24, 1935-February 13, 1936

CO 129/555/11       Benares Khan: Admission to Hong Kong: 1935 Nov. 7-Dec. 5     November 7-December 5, 1935

CO 129/555/12       Medical Registration Ordinance 1935: 1935 Oct. 4-1936 June 29       October 4, 1935-June 29, 1936

CO 129/555/13       Henri Jusserand: Request from French Government for Interrogation: 1935 Nov. 14-1936 June 20     November 14, 1935-June 20, 1936

CO 129/555/14       Sterling Conversion Rate for December Salaries: 1935 Nov. 21-Dec. 19    November 21-December 19, 1935

CO 129/555/15       Meher Khan: Period of Employment to be Counted for Pension: 1935 Nov. 14-Dec. 18    November 14-December 18, 1935

CO 129/555/16       Immigration of Jewish Refugees to Hong Kong: 1935 Dec. 5-Dec. 30        December 5-30, 1935

CO 129/555/17       Smuggling of Counterfeit Coins Made in China: 1935 Dec. 5-1936 Feb. 19         December 5, 1935-February 19, 1936

CO 129/556/1 Transfer of Land to Air Ministry: Financial Aspects: 1938 Jan. 1-Jan. 27     January 1-27, 1938

CO 129/556/2 Transfer of Land to Air Ministry: Acquisition of Aerodrome Site at Pat Heung: 1936 Jan. 2-Nov. 17         January 2-November 17, 1936

CO 129/556/3 Theft of Detonators from Green Island Dangerous Good Depot: 1936 June 16         June 16, 1936

CO 129/556/4 Application by Martin Earner, Late Inspector of Police for a Pension: M. Earner Application for Advance of Pension: 1936 Jan. 20-Feb. 22  January 20-February 22, 1936

CO 129/556/5 Mary MacGregor: Investigations into Death: 1936 Feb. 19-May 20   February 19-May 20, 1936

CO 129/556/6 Lt.-Com. W.H. Graves: Enquiry Concerning Quarantine Regulations for Importation of Dogs: 1936 July 14-July 17     July 14-17, 1936

CO 129/556/7 J. C. Close: Application for Transference of Scholarship to Hong Kong School: 1936 Aug. 6-Aug. 28         August 6-28, 1936

CO 129/556/8 Government Approval to the Admiralty of Option on Site for Proposed New Naval Hospital: 1936 Mar. 10-May 11     March 10-May 11, 1936

CO 129/556/9 Quarterly Returns: Changes in Offices: 1936 Apr. 3      April 3, 1936

CO 129/556/10       Defence Contribution: Legislation and Correspondence: 1935 Dec. 2-1936 Dec. 15         December 2, 1935-December 15, 1936

CO 129/556/11       Police Department: Vacancy for Deputy Inspector General and Recruitment of Constables: 1936 July 21-Dec. 21  July 21-December 21, 1936

CO 129/556/12       Naval Arsenal Yard: Hand over to Hong Kong Government: 1936 Feb. 4-Dec. 21         February 4-December 21, 1936

CO 129/556/13       Traffic in Arms to China: 1936 Jan. 6-1937 Jan. 13       January 6, 1936-January 13, 1937

CO 129/556/14       Chinese Seamen’s Union: Activities: 1936 July 1-1937 Feb. 16    July 1, 1936-February 16, 1937

CO 129/556/15       Kowloon City: Expropriation of Chinese Property: 1936 June 22-Dec. 22  June 22-December 22, 1936

CO 129/556/16       Anti-Piracy Measures: 1935 Jan. 17-July 27  January 17-July 27, 1935

CO 129/556/17       Appointments to Legislative Council: 1935 Dec. 4-1936 Dec. 31        December 4, 1935-December 31, 1936

CO 129/556/18       Chinese Tin: Reports on Analyses: 1936 July 1-Oct. 20        July 1-October 20, 1936

CO 129/557/1 Anthony Wong: Application for Special Seamen’s Certificate of Nationality: 1936 May 19-1937 Mar. 12     May 19, 1936-March 12, 1937

CO 129/557/2 British Empire and China Trade Fair: 1936 Mar. 4-June 24   March 4-June 24, 1936

CO 129/557/3 Public Reclamation Validation and Clauses Ordinance 1936: 1936 July 16-Sept. 18  July 16-September 18, 1936

CO 129/557/4 China Light and Power Company Ltd: Use of Arc Suppression Coils: 1935 Dec. 11-1936 Jan. 29     December 11, 1935-January 29, 1936

CO 129/557/5 Estimates 1937: 1936 Aug. 19-1937 Aug. 7  August 19, 1936-August 7, 1937

CO 129/557/6 Tenure of Lands Held by War Department: 1936 Jan. 16-1937 Jan. 25       January 16, 1936-January 25, 1937

CO 129/557/7 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps and Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force: Annual Report 1935-6: 1936 June 22-Nov. 20  June 22-November 20, 1936

CO 129/557/8 Compilation of a History of Hong Kong: 1936 Feb. 3-Apr. 7        February 3-April 7, 1936

CO 129/557/9 British Protection of Companies in China: 1936 Mar. 26-1937 Feb. 27       March 26, 1936-February 27, 1937

CO 129/557/10       Naval Volunteer Force: 1936 Mar. 2-Mar. 23        March 2-23, 1936

CO 129/557/11       Shing Mun Valley Waterworks Scheme: 1936 May 14-June 24    May 14-June 24, 1936

CO 129/557/12       Armstrong and Turner V. Estate Duty Commissioner: Appeal to Privy Council: 1936 May 18 Oct. 2 May 18-October 2, 1936

CO 129/558/1 Education Department: Staffing and Re-Organisation: 1936 Apr. 22-1937 Apr. 7      April 22, 1936-April 7, 1937

CO 129/558/2 Coinage Offenses (No.2) Amendment Ordinance 1936: 1936 Mar. 31-Nov. 27 March 31-November 27, 1936

CO 129/558/3 Levy on Salaries: Petition from Chinese Civil Servants: 1936 Jan. 3-Dec.19       January 3-December 19, 1936

CO 129/558/4 Hong Kong Government Service (Levy on Salaries) Ordinance 1936: 1936 Apr. 24-July 17         April 24-July 17, 1936

CO 129/558/5 Territorial Limits of Colony: 1935 Dec. 28-1936 Feb. 19      December 28, 1935-February 19, 1936

CO 129/558/6 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Application by German Residents to Enlist: 1935 Oct. 11-1936 June 12     October 11, 1935-June 12, 1936

CO 129/558/7 Problem of Seniority of Certain Officers: 1936 Jan. 16-Mar. 16  January 16-March 16, 1936

CO 129/558/8 Revision of Salaries: 1936 Aug. 19-1937 Feb. 11  August 19, 1936-February 11, 1937

CO 129/558/9 Police Order for Machine Guns: Permission to Export from America: 1936 Feb. 6-Feb. 21         February 6-21, 1936

CO 129/558/10       Hong Kong University: Engineering Faculty: 1936 Jan. 3-Feb. 11        January 3-February 11, 1936

CO 129/558/11       Mission of Sir F. Leith-Ross to China: Proposals for a Hong Kong-China Customs Union: 1936 Sept. 29-Dec. 30        September 29-December 30, 1936

CO 129/559/1 Canton-Hankow Railways: 1936 Jan. 15-June 23 January 15-June 23, 1936

CO 129/559/2 Defences (Firing Areas) Ordinance 1936: 1936 Feb. 5-July 8        February 5-July 8, 1936

CO 129/559/3 Crown Rents (Apportionment) Ordinance 1936: 1936 Feb. 3      February 3, 1936

CO 129/559/4 Quarantine and Prevention of Disease Ordinance 1936: 1936 Feb. 4 February 4, 1936

CO 129/559/5 Attempted Assassination of Wong Ching-Wei: Proposed Extradition of Alleged Accomplice: 1936 Mar. 17-May 15        March 17-May 15, 1936

CO 129/559/6 Proposed Increase in Postal Rates: 1936 Apr. 27-May 6      April 27-May 6, 1936

CO 129/559/7 University of Hong Kong: Royal Patronage: 1936 May 21-1937 Mar. 17    May 21, 1936-March 17, 1937

CO 129/559/8 Hong Kong University: Winners of British Boxer Indemnity Scholarships: 1936 May 20-July 11        May 20-July 11, 1936

CO 129/559/9 European Sanitary Inspectors: Salary Scales: 1936 June 11-July 22    June 11-July 22, 1936

CO 129/559/10       Recruitment of Chinese to Hong Kong Police Force: 1936 July 22      July 22, 1936

CO 129/559/11       Carnegie Corporation Grants: History of Hong Kong: 1936 July 6-1937 Apr. 14         July 6, 1936-April 14, 1937

CO 129/559/12       Carnegie Corporation Grants: Provision of a Public Library and Museum: 1936 July 6-1937 Apr. 14         July 6, 1936-April 14, 1937

CO 129/559/13       Sir A. Caldecott: Visit to Canton: 1936 Sept. 13-Nov. 26     September 13-November 26, 1936

CO 129/559/14       Maintenance and Repair of Gas-Holders: 1936 July 20-Oct. 15  July 20-October 15, 1936

CO 129/559/15       Levelling of Hong Kong: 1936 Sept. 2   September 2, 1936

CO 129/559/16       Amendments to Regulations Made under Merchant Shipping Ordinance, 1899: 1936 Sept. 30   September 30, 1936

CO 129/559/17       Dysentery Epidemic: Report, Etc.: 1936 Nov. 11 Nov. 26    November 11-26, 1936

CO 129/559/18       Employment of Certificated Officers on Vessels Holding Hong Kong Passenger Certificates: 1936 Nov. 19     November 19, 1936

CO 129/559/19       Naval Commander-In-Chief: Alleged Exemption from Customs Duties: 1936 Dec. 17-1937 May 8        December 17, 1936-May 8, 1937

CO 129/559/20       Central Market: Proposed Rebuilding: 1936 Dec. 7      December 7, 1936

CO 129/560/1 Loop-Line to Link Canton-Kowloon Railway with Canton-Hankow Railway: 1937 Apr. 19         April 19, 1937

CO 129/560/2 Air Ministry: Requirements of Land at Kai Tak Aerodromes: 1937 Jan. 8-1938 Feb. 5         January 8, 1937-February 5, 1938

CO 129/560/3 Air Ministry: Financial Responsibility for Extensions to Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1937 Jan. 25-June 9         January 25-June 9, 1937

CO 129/560/4 Vacancy for a Kindergarten Mistress: 1936 Dec. 23-1937 July 26       December 23, 1936-July 26, 1937

CO 129/560/5 Vacancies for Graduate and Froebel Qualified Mistress: 1937 Feb. 15-July 20  February 15-July 20, 1937

CO 129/560/6 Vacancy for Graduate Mistress. Includes 1 Photograph Depicting: Miss Irene May Blanchett: Applicant for Colonial Office Post in Education Department. Photograph Attached to Application Form. Dated 1925: 1937 June 11-Oct. 15 June 11-October 15, 1937

CO 129/560/7 Permission to Write off Money Stolen or Embezzled: 1937 Feb. 19-June 14      February 19-June 14, 1937

CO 129/560/8 J. R. Brouwer: Contested Will: [1937] Apr. 13       April 13, 1937

CO 129/560/9 Mrs. H. M. Taylour, Widow of Former Harbour Master: Application for Financial Assistance: 1937 May 23-July 9     May 23-July 9, 1937

CO 129/560/10       Ahlow Lowing: Application for British Nationality: 1937 June 11        June 11, 1937

CO 129/560/11       Proposed New Naval Hospital: 1937 Mar. 6 March 6, 1937

CO 129/560/12       Miss C. Power: Claim for Refund of Fees for Hong Kong Visa: 1937 June 22-July 14         June 22-July 14, 1937

CO 129/560/13       Applications for Hong Kong Visas: 1937 Sept. 3-Sept. 8      September 3-8, 1937

CO 129/560/14       Li Wah and Chu Wai Tai: Application for Permission to Reside in Britain: 1937 Oct. 18-1938 Jan. 22      October 18, 1937-January 22, 1938

CO 129/560/15       Traffic of Arms to China: 1937 Feb. 18-Nov. 15   February 18-November 15, 1937

CO 129/560/16       Traffic of Arms to China: 1937 Nov. 11-1938 Jan. 1    November 11, 1937-January 1, 1938

CO 129/560/17       Kowloon: Expropriation of Chinese Property: 1937 Jan. 6-Sept. 4      January 6-September 4, 1937

CO 129/560/18       Bank Balances: Six Monthly Returns of Deposits: 1937 Jan. 12-1938 May 27         January 12, 1937-May 27, 1938

CO 129/561/1 Tung Wah and Associated Hospitals: Financial Problems: 1937 Sept. 9-Oct. 2  September 9-October 2, 1937

CO 129/561/2 Vacancies for Hong Kong Cadet Officers: 1937 Apr. 1-July 29     April 1-July 29, 1937

CO 129/561/3 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Attachments to Home Units for Training: 1937 Feb. 15-July 20        February 15-July 20, 1937

CO 129/561/4 Alterations in Local Staff: 1936 Dec. 22-1937 Dec. 6   December 22, 1936-December 6, 1937

CO 129/561/5 Loans for Public Works: 1937 Mar. 10-Apr. 10      March 10-April 10, 1937

CO 129/561/6 Companies Amendment Ordinance Draft Bill: Correspondence: 1937 Jan. 18-1938 July 6         January 18, 1937-July 6, 1938

CO 129/561/7 Hong Kong University: 1937 Jan. 4-Sept. 22 January 4-September 22, 1937

CO 129/561/8 Hong Kong University: U.K. Contribution: 1937 Oct.   October 1937

CO 129/561/9 Vacancies in Public Works Department: 1937 July 8-1938 July 9 July 8, 1937-July 9, 1938

CO 129/561/10       Estimates 1938: 1937 Sept. 2-1938 Sept. 23         September 2-23, 1937

CO 129/561/11       Proposal That Military Authorities Should Undertake Anti-Malarial Work in Return for Exemption from Rent Claim: 1937 Mar. 23-Aug. 4 March 23-August 4, 1937

CO 129/561/12       Report of Superintendent of Police 1936: 1937 May 28-Dec. 7  May 28-December 7, 1937

CO 129/561/13       Vacancy for Superintendent in Botanical and Forestry Department: 1937 Aug. 12-Sept. 21      August 12-September 21, 1937

CO 129/561/14       Naval Volunteer Force: 1937 Mar. 17-1938 Feb. 9       March 17, 1937-February 9, 1938

CO 129/562/1 Water Supply: Report and Proposals for Additional Works: 1937 May 18-July 14      May 18-July 14, 1937

CO 129/562/2 Chung Chi Cheung: Appeal against Death Sentence: 1937 Oct. 25-1938 Jan. 6 October 25, 1937-January 6, 1938

CO 129/562/3 Vacancies in Education Departments: 1937 May 27-Dec. 8         May 27-December 8, 1937

CO 129/562/4 Levy on Salaries: 1937 May 27-June 28         May 27-June 28, 1937

CO 129/562/5 Hong Kong Government Service (Levy on Salaries) Ordinance 1937: 1937 Jan. 8-Jan. 11         January 8-11, 1937

CO 129/562/6 Revision of Salaries: 1937 Jan. 8-Nov. 17     January 8-November 17, 1937

CO 129/562/7 Vacancy for Auditor: 1937 Sept. 30-Dec. 21 September 30-December 21, 1937

CO 129/562/8 Hong Kong University: Engineering Faculty: 1937 June 16-1938 Apr. 5       June 16, 1937-April 5, 1938

CO 129/562/9 Proposed Increases in Postal Rates: 1937 Sept. 15-Oct. 16         September 15-October 16, 1937

CO 129/562/10       Buildings (No. 2) Amendment Ordinance 1936: 1936 Dec. 31-1937 Jan. 5 December 31, 1936-January 5, 1937

CO 129/562/11       Precautions regarding Gas-Holders: 1937 Feb. 1 February 1, 1937

CO 129/562/12       Dysentery Epidemic: Recommendation to Enforce Compulsory Pasteurization of Milk: 1937 June 7-Aug. 17      June 7-August 17, 1937

CO 129/562/13       Grant of Land to St. Stephen’s College: 1936 Nov. 30-1937 Jan. 28   January 28-November 30, 1937

CO 129/562/14       Vacancy for an Assistant Analyst in Department of Imports and Exports: 1936 Nov. 30-1937 Sept. 30    November 30, 1936-September 30, 1937

CO 129/562/15       Shoe Operatives: Working Conditions: 1937 Jan. 13    January 13, 1937

CO 129/562/16       Lighting Control Ordinance 1936: 1936 Dec. 31-1937 Jan. 5       December 31, 1936-January 5, 1937

CO 129/562/17       Note on Medical Practice in Hong Kong: 1937 Jan. 6  January 6, 1937

CO 129/562/18       Hong Kong University: Vacancy for Vice Chancellor: 1937 Feb. 17-Aug. 3 February 17-August 3, 1937

CO 129/562/19       Historic Relics: Two Silver Trowels Presented to Cathedral and Zetland Lodge by O. S. Clevely: 1937 Mar. 3-Apr. 19      March 3-April 19, 1937

CO 129/562/20       Whompoa Port: Development: 1937 Feb. 19-1938 Apr. 4   February 19, 1937-April 4, 1938

CO 129/562/21       Vacancy for Director of Medical Services: 1937 Feb. 19      February 19, 1937

CO 129/562/22       Vacancy for Official Receiver: 1937 Aug. 13         August 13, 1937

CO 129/562/23       Koshu Koshi Kabushiki Kaisha: Suspected Activity as Japanese Agents: 1937 Apr. 2-Aug. 25         April 2-August 25, 1937

CO 129/562/24       Power of Attorney during Governor’s Absence: 1937 June 2-June 3  June 2-3, 1937

CO 129/562/25       War Memorial Nursing Home: Application for Grant: 1937 May 25-June 9        May 25-June 9, 1937

CO 129/562/26       China: Extra-Territoriality: 1937 June 16-July 9    June 16-July 9, 1937

CO 129/563/1 Relations between His Majesty’s Government and Chinese Government: 1937 June 12-July 8  June 12-July 8, 1937

CO 129/563/2 Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance, 1937: 1937 May 31-1938 Jan. 6   May 31, 1937-January 6, 1938

CO 129/563/3 Changes in Public Health Organisation, 1929-1937: Memorandum: 1937 Feb. 26         February 26, 1937

CO 129/563/4 Cost of Living Bonus Paid to Locally Employed Staff by the Admiralty: 1937 July 10-July 23    July 10-23, 1937

CO 129/563/5 Macao: Relationship with Hong Kong: 1937 July 6-Dec. 13         July 6-December 13, 1937

CO 129/563/6 Hong Kong Hospital: Conditions in Nursing Quarters: 1937 July 20-Aug. 12      July 20-August 12, 1937

CO 129/563/7 Prison Department: Salary of Provincial Printing Officer: 1937 June 30-Aug. 23        June 30-August 23, 1937

CO 129/563/8 Prison Department: Vacancy for Superintendent: 1937 Nov. 1-1938 Apr. 6        November 1, 1937-April 6, 1938

CO 129/563/9 The Brewin Charity: Request for Official Patronage: 1937 July 13-July 22 July 13-22, 1937

CO 129/563/10       Sino-Japanese War: 1937 Dec. 2-Dec. 3        December 2-3, 1937

CO 129/563/11       Sino-Japanese War: Political Situation: 1937 Aug. 17-1938 Mar. 8     August 17, 1937-March 8, 1938

CO 129/563/12       Sino-Japanese War: Evacuation of Refugees from China: 1937 Aug. 15-1938 Jan. 4         August 15, 1937-January 4, 1938

CO 129/563/13       Sino-Japanese War: Comments at Cabinet Meeting Concerning Evacuation: 1937 Aug. 17    August 17, 1937

CO 129/563/14       Sino-Japanese War: Military and Naval Movements: 1937 Nov. 27-1938 Jan. 6         November 27, 1937-January 6, 1938

CO 129/563/15       Sino-Japanese War: Anti-Japanese Demonstrations and Evacuation of Japanese: 1937 Sept. 1-1938 Apr. 28      September 1, 1937-April 28, 1938

CO 129/563/16       Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on Shipping: 1937 Sept. 6-Nov. 13 September 6-November 13, 1937

CO 129/563/17       Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on Shipping. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/12: 1937 Sept. 27-1938 Jan. 17    September 27, 1937-January 17, 1938

CO 129/563/18       Sino-Japanese War: Stopping of British Shipping by Japanese: 1937 Sept. 11-Dec. 29         September 11-December 29, 1937

CO 129/563/19       Sino-Japanese War: Fund for Relief of Distress in China: 1937 Oct. 5-Nov. 17         October 5-November 17, 1937

CO 129/564/1 Sino-Japanese War: Landing of Foreign Military Aircraft in Hong Kong: 1937 Oct. 8-Dec. 26    October 8-December 26, 1937

CO 129/564/2 Sino-Japanese War: Claims for Damage against Japanese Government: 1937 Oct. 11-Dec. 11       October 11-December 11, 1937

CO 129/564/3 Sino-Japanese War: Attack on a British Aircraft: 1937 Nov. 30-Dec. 3       November 30-December 3, 1937

CO 129/564/4 Cholera Epidemic: 1937 Aug. 23-1938 Apr. 9        August 23, 1937-April 9, 1938

CO 129/564/5 Possible Removal of Chinese Government Bank’s Headquarters to Hong Kong: 1937 Aug. 31-Nov. 27      August 31-November 27, 1937

CO 129/564/6 Typhoon: Reports of Damage, Etc.: 1937 Sept. 9-Nov. 6    September 9-November 6, 1937

CO 129/564/7 Printers and Publishers Amendment Ordinance, 1937: 1937 Aug. 3-Nov. 24      August 3-November 24, 1937

CO 129/564/8 Forestry Ordinance, 1937: 1937 July 30-Nov. 3    July 30-November 3, 1937

CO 129/564/9 St. John Ambulance Brigade: Possible Use of Unit in China: 1937 Sept. 23-1938 Mar. 3         September 23, 1937-March 3, 1938

CO 129/564/10       Aeroplane Assembly Depot: Proposed Establishment: 1937 Sept. 7-1938 Jan. 14         September 7, 1937-January 14, 1938

CO 129/564/11       Road Communications with Canton. Includes 1 Photograph Depicting: Bridge over Shum Chun River, China. Dated 1937-1938: 1937 Aug. 20-1938 Jan. 18     August 20, 1937-January 18, 1938

CO 129/564/12       Status of Leased Territories in China: 1937 Sept. 29-Oct. 30       September 29-October 30, 1937

CO 129/564/13       Hong Kong Harbour: Regulation of Traffic: 1937 Sept. 30-1938 Jan. 24    September 30, 1937-January 24, 1938

CO 129/565/1 Indo-China Steam Navigation Company: Acquisition of Chinese Merchant Steamers: 1937 Sept. 30-1938 Apr. 6      September 30, 1937-April 6, 1938

CO 129/565/2 Securities Accepted for Deposits: 1937 Sept. 14-Dec. 1      September 14-December 1, 1937

CO 129/565/3 Defence Contribution Amendment Ordinance Draft Bill: 1937 Sept. 17-1938 Aug. 29         September 17, 1937-August 29, 1938

CO 129/565/4 Possible Levy of Entertainments Tax on Resale of Admission Tickets: 1937 Sept. 14-Nov. 10    September 14-November 10, 1937

CO 129/565/5 Hong Kong Eugenics League: Activities: 1937 June 27-Aug. 31   June 27-August 31, 1937

CO 129/565/6 Kowloon-Canton Railway: Sidings for Rolling Stock: 1937 Oct. 26-1938 Jan. 7 October 26, 1937-January 7, 1938

CO 129/565/7 Request for Rifles for Hong Kong Police Reserve Force: 1937 Oct. 21-Nov. 10 October 21-November 10, 1937

CO 129/565/8 British Medical Aid for China, Sponsored by League of Nations: 1937 Oct. 14-1938 Jan. 5         October 14, 1937-January 5, 1938

CO 129/565/9 Amendment to Letters Patent Relating to Governor and Commander-In-Chief: 1937 Oct. 5-1938 May 9 October 5, 1937-May 9, 1938

CO 129/565/10       Information Concerning Trade Figures and Numbers of Refugees: 1937 Nov. 12-Nov. 15      November 12-15, 1937

CO 129/565/11       Naval Establishments Police Amendment Ordinance 1937: 1937 Oct. 1-Oct. 4         October 1-4, 1937

CO 129/565/12       Life Insurance Companies Amendment Ordinance 1937: 1937 Sept. 24-1938 Jan. 12         September 24, 1937-January 12, 1938

CO 129/565/13       Recruitment of Chinese Labourers for Employment Abroad: 1937 Aug.-1938 Mar. 30    August, 1937-March 30, 1938

CO 129/565/14       Vacancy for Air Raid Precaution Officer. Includes 1 Photograph Depicting: Douglas Berwick Maitland: Applicant for Colonial Office Vacancy for Air Raid Precaution Officer, Hong Kong. Photograph Attached to Application Form. Dated 1925: 1937 Nov. 15-1938 Feb. 8 November 15, 1937-February 8, 1938

CO 129/565/15       Manufacture of Gas Masks and Respirators: 1938 Jan. 13-Apr. 5       January 13-April 5, 1938

CO 129/565/16       Chinese National Economic Council: Proposed Establishment of Branch Office: 1937 Dec. 9-Dec. 22       December 9-22, 1937

CO 129/565/17       Establishment of National Bonds Subscriptions Branch Society: 1937 Dec. 15         December 15, 1937

CO 129/565/18       Factories and Workshops Ordinance 1937: 1937 Oct. 1-Oct. 4   November 1-4, 1937

CO 129/566/1 Medical Department: 1938 Sept. 21-1939 Jan. 11        September 21, 1938-January 11, 1939

CO 129/566/2 Medical Department: 1938 June 30-1939 Mar. 1 June 30, 1938-March 1, 1939

CO 129/566/3 Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1938 Apr. 4-1939 Jan. 20   April 4, 1938-January 20, 1939

CO 129/566/4 Provision of Land for Air Ministry: 1938 Oct. 18-1939 Mar. 31   October 18, 1938-March 31, 1939

CO 129/566/5 Provision of Land for Air Ministry: Kai-Tak Site: 1938 Feb.-Oct. 4       February-October 4, 1938

CO 129/566/6 Authorisation for Writing off Arrears of Revenue: 1938 June 23         June 23, 1938

CO 129/566/7 J. J. Richards: Arrest as Japanese Spy by Chinese Authorities: 1938 Jan. 13-Sept. 12         January 13-September 12, 1938

CO 129/566/8 Vernon Bartlett: Visit to Hong Kong: 1938 Jan. 25-Mar. 31 January 25-March 31, 1938

CO 129/566/9 Miss M.A. Lee: Request for an Increase to Pension: 1938 Feb. 1-Apr. 9     February 1-April 9, 1938

CO 129/566/10       Dr. Jakob Franklin Reiss: Application for Visa: 1938 May 4-1939 Feb. 3      May 4, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/566/11       Somerset Fitzroy: Comments on Legal Profession and Administration of the Law in Hong Kong: 1938 Aug. 2         August 2, 1938

CO 129/566/12       Fuel Allowance for Army Personnel in Hong Kong: 1938 Sept. 14-Sept. 29         September 14-29, 1938

CO 129/566/13       Jean Delsanck. Missing at Transfer: 1938     1938

CO 129/566/14       Union of Democratic Control Forwards Copy of Notes from China: 1938 Dec. 14         December 14, 1938

CO 129/566/15       Royal Naval Hospital: Proposed Site: 1938 Apr. 4         April 4, 1938

CO 129/566/16       Granting of Permits for Hong Kong Chinese to Work in Britain: 1938 Feb. 23-1939 Feb. 3       February 23, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/566/17       Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Soohorukoff: Applications for Visas: 1938 Feb. 17-July 12         February 17-July 12, 1938

CO 129/566/18       Miss Freda Utley: Application for Visa to Visit Hong Kong and China: 1938 June 10         June 10, 1938

CO 129/566/19       Arcady Feodorovitch Tsepiloff: Application for Temporary Visa: 1938 June 17-June 25    June 17-25, 1938

CO 129/566/20       Mrs. V. Lock: Application for Passport to Travel to Canton: 1938 Sept. 30-1939 Feb. 3       September 30, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/566/21       Military Contributions: 1938 May 7-1939 Jan. 31         May 7, 1938-January 31, 1939

CO 129/567/1 Education Department: 1938 June 8-1939 Feb. 3         June 8, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/567/2 Police Department: Staffing: 1938 Feb. 9-July 6  February 9-July 6, 1938

CO 129/567/3 Request by Admiralty for Additional Land at the Naval Arsenal: 1938 Jan. 18-1939 Mar. 24    January 18, 1938-March 24, 1939

CO 129/567/4 Traffic of Arms to China and Japanese Air-Raids on Kowloon-Canton Railway: 1938 Jan. 3-May 3   January 3-May 3, 1938

CO 129/567/5 Traffic of Arms to China and Japanese Air-Raids on Kowloon-Canton Railway: 1938 Apr. 11-1939 Jan. 19      April 11, 1938-January 19, 1939

CO 129/567/6 Tung Wah Hospitals: Supplementary Expenditure: 1938 Jan. 22 1939 Jan. 13   January 22, 1938-January 13, 1939

CO 129/567/7 Housing Commission Report: Minutes: 1938 Dec. 6-Dec. 21      December 6-21, 1938

CO 129/567/8 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Attachment to Home Units for Training: 1938 Feb. 21-Dec. 23       February 21-December 23, 1938

CO 129/567/9 New Territories Regulation Amendment Ordinance 1938: 1938 Sept. 16-Sept. 21         September 16-21, 1938

CO 129/567/10       Companies Amendment Ordinance: Draft Bill: 1938 Sept. 15-Sept. 28       September 15-28, 1938

CO 129/567/11       Quarantine and Prevention of Diseases Ordinance, 1936: Proposed New Regulations: 1938 Oct. 28-1939 May 19       October 28, 1938-May 19, 1939

CO 129/567/12       Hong Kong University: 1938 Jan. 24      January 24, 1938

CO 129/567/13       Hong Kong University: King Edward VII Scholarships: 1938 Oct. 17-1939 Jan. 25         October 17, 1938-January 25, 1939

CO 129/568/1 Administration of Government: Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief: 1938 July 26-1939 Jan. 11      July 26, 1938-January 11, 1939

CO 129/568/2 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Vacancy for Commandant: 1938 Feb. 9-Dec. 6         February 9-December 6, 1938

CO 129/568/3 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Vacancy for Adjutant. Missing at Transfer: 1938         1938

CO 129/568/4 Estimates 1939: 1938 Oct. 8-1939 July 6      October 8, 1938-July 6, 1939

CO 129/568/5 War Department Requirements for Land at Kowloon for Hospital: 1937 Dec. 9-1938 Mar. 3       December 9, 1937-March 3, 1938

CO 129/568/6 Botanical and Forestry Department: Proposed Expansion and Reorganisation: 1938 Oct. 4-1939 July 14         October 4, 1938-July 14, 1939

CO 129/568/7 Report to Director of Colonial Audit, 1937: Queries and Correspondence: 1938 Oct. 24-1939 July 13       October 24, 1938-July 13, 1939

CO 129/568/8 Naval Volunteer and Defence Ordinance, 1938: Draft Bill: 1938 Feb. 10-1939 June 12         February 10, 1938-June 12, 1939

CO 129/568/9 Chung Chi Cheung: Petition to Appeal against Decision of Hong Kong Court: 1938 Jan. 7-Dec. 28         January 7-December 28, 1938

CO 129/568/10       Government Marine Surveyors: Petition for Increase in Salary: 1937 Dec. 30-1939 Nov. 6      December 30, 1937-November 6, 1939

CO 129/568/11       Ronald Hall Bishop of Victoria: Petitions that Land Held in Trust for a School, Should Be Sold: 1938 Apr. 20-1939 Apr. 29        April 20, 1938-April 29, 1939

CO 129/569/1 New Territories Unemployed Seamen’s Association: Petition Asking for Preference to Be Given to Members When Manning Ships: 1938 Nov. 21-1939 Jan. 27        November 21, 1938-January 27, 1939

CO 129/569/2 Relations of Cheung Kwai Wan: Petition for Gratuity Following Cheung’s Death in British Ship: 1938 Nov. 5-1939 Dec. 4       November 5, 1938-December 4, 1939

CO 129/569/3 Matron and European Sisters, Medical Department: Petition for Revision of Salaries: 1938 Nov. 22-1939 Apr. 18     November 22, 1938-April 18, 1939

CO 129/569/4 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: 1938 Aug. 29-Dec. 21      August 29-December 21, 1938

CO 129/569/5 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Pay for Volunteers on Mobilization: 1938 Oct. 26-1939 Apr. 20       October 26, 1938-April 20, 1939

CO 129/569/6 Sand Amendment Ordinance 1938: 1938 Sept. 2-Oct. 31    September 2-October 31, 1938

CO 129/569/7 Revision of Salaries: 1938 July 6-Oct. 11       July 6-October 11, 1938

CO 129/569/8 Reorganisation of Administrative Service: 1938 Apr. 4-Nov. 17  April 4-November 17, 1938

CO 129/569/9 Canton-Hankow Railway: Proposed Acquisition of Land in Kowloon for Building and Repair of Chinese Railway Locomotives and Commercial Rolling Stock: 1938 May 19-May 27       May 19-27, 1938

CO 129/569/10       Report on Proposed New Museum: Undated       1938

CO 129/569/11       Visit of Governor of Hong Kong to Canton: 1938 Apr. 11-Sept. 15     April 11-September 15, 1938

CO 129/569/12       Law Revision Ordinance 1937: 1937 Dec. 24-1938 May 28 December 24, 1937-May 28, 1938

CO 129/569/13       Staffing of the Post Office Department: 1938 June 17-Oct. 10   June 17-October 10, 1938

CO 129/569/14       Cost of Living Figures: 1938 Feb. 14-Nov. 21        February 14-November 21, 1938

CO 129/569/15       A. W. Brewin: Queries on Brewin Charity and Compensation for Chinese Workmen: 1938 Feb. 6     February 6, 1938

CO 129/570/1 Sino-Japanese War: Arrangements for Refugees from Shanghai: 1938 Feb. 2-Nov. 2         February 2-November 2, 1938

CO 129/570/2 Sino-Japanese War: Restrictions on Refugees in Hong Kong, Due to Shortage of Accommodation: 1938 May 30-June 1 May 30-June 1, 1938

CO 129/570/3 Sino-Japanese War: Proposed Refugee Camp in Demilitarised Area of South China: 1938 June 1-1939 Jan. 11        June 1, 1938-January 11, 1939

CO 129/570/5 Sino-Japanese War: British Casualties following the Japanese Attack on the Borders of the New Territories: 1938 Nov. 30-1939 Mar. 16 November 30, 1938-March 16, 1939

CO 129/570/6 Sino-Japanese War: Return of Japanese Residents to Hong Kong: 1938 May 26       May 26, 1938

CO 129/570/7 Sino-Japanese War: Attack on Shipping: 1938 Mar. 21-Nov. 18  March 21-November 18, 1938

CO 129/570/8 Sino-Japanese War: Sinking of Chinese Fishing Boats by Japanese Vessel: 1938 Jan. 31-Dec. 22       January 31-December 22, 1938

CO 129/570/9 Sino-Japanese War: Attack on Chinese Junks in Hong Kong Territorial Waters; Claim for Compensation: 1938 Feb. 12-June 18   February 12-June 18, 1938

CO 129/570/10       Sino-Japanese War: Japanese Seizure of the S.S. ASIAN: Claims: 1938 Feb. 15-Dec. 12    February 15-December 12, 1938

CO 129/570/11       Sino-Japanese War: Japanese Attack on Chinese Maritime Customs Cruiser, CHAHSING: 1938 Jan. 19-Mar. 23  January-March 23, 1938

CO 129/570/12       Sino-Japanese War: Claim by E. Mayell for Property Lost in the Sinking of the U.S.S. PANDY: 1938 Mar. 15-Aug. 9 March 15-August 9, 1938

CO 129/570/13       Sino-Japanese War: Japanese Attack on a Fishing Junk: 1938 May 23-Dec. 10 May 23-December 10, 1938

CO 129/570/14       Sino-Japanese War: Attack on Fishing Junk by Japanese Sailors: 1938 May 18-Dec. 22    May 18-December 22, 1938

CO 129/571/1 Sino-Japanese War: Shipping: 1938 Jan. 10-Dec. 24    January 10-December 24, 1938

CO 129/571/3 Sino-Japanese War: Allegations against Hankow International Red Cross Committee: 1938 Mar. 25-Nov. 10     March 25-November 10, 1938

CO 129/571/4 Sino-Japanese War: Compensation for Damage to British Rolling Stock on Canton-Kowloon Railway by Japanese Air Attacks: 1938 Jan. 7-Dec. 9      January 7-December 9, 1938

CO 129/571/5 Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on British Aircraft; Notification to Japan of Imperial Airways Schedules: 1938 Feb. 25-Oct. 15   February 25-October 15, 1938

CO 129/571/6 Sino-Japanese War: Military Situation: 1938 Jan. 8      January 8, 1938

CO 129/571/7 Sino-Japanese War: Bombardment of Road from Anglo-Chinese Border to Canton: 1938 Jan. 9-Jan. 28  January 9-28, 1938

CO 129/571/8 Sino-Japanese War: Fuel Storage: 1938 Jan. 10-Mar. 9        January 10-March 9, 1938

CO 129/571/9 Sino-Japanese War: Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1938 Mar. 25-1939 Feb.   March 25, 1938-February, 1939

CO 129/571/10       Sino-Japanese War: Medical Relief Commission of the National Red Cross Society of China: 1938 Sept. 12-Oct. 7       September 12-October 7, 1938

CO 129/571/11       Sino-Japanese War: Japanese Attacks on the South; Fall of Canton and Hankow and Visit to Hong Kong of Major Matsutani, Japanese Liaison Officer: 1938 Oct. 6-1939 Jan. 5    October 6, 1938-January 5, 1939

CO 129/571/12       Sino-Japanese War: Supply of Food to Hong Kong: 1938 Oct. 19-Oct. 26 October 19-26, 1938

CO 129/571/13       Sino-Japanese War: Internment of Chinese Soldiers: 1938 Dec. 5-1939 Jan. 11         December 5, 1938-January 11, 1939

CO 129/571/14       Sino-Japanese War: Protection of Interests in the Sincerity Company: 1938 Dec. 19-1939 Jan. 13      December 19, 1938-January 13, 1939

CO 129/571/15       Sino-Japanese War: Manufacture and Import of Aircraft to China: 1938 Jan. 18-1939 Jan. 5         January 18, 1938-January 5, 1939

CO 129/571/16       New Territories: 1938 Apr. 13-Dec.12   April 13-December 12, 1938

CO 129/571/17       Hong Kong Eugenics League: 1938 Apr. 14-July 8         April 14-July 8, 1938

CO 129/571/18       League of Nations: Medical Aid for China and Reduced Cable Rates: 1938 Feb. 8-1939 Jan. 30         February 8, 1938-January 30, 1939

CO 129/572/1 Air Raid Precautions: Supply of Equipment: 1938 July 8-Nov. 25         July 8-November 25, 1938

CO 129/572/2 David Kung: Activities in Hong Kong for Chinese Minister of Finance: 1937 Dec. 29         December 29, 1937

CO 129/572/3 Jubilee Reservoir, Shing Mun: Defect in Pineapple Pass Dam. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/48. Includes 8 Photographs Depicting: [CN 3/48] Jubilee Reservoir Pineapple Dam, Hong Kong: Defects and Cracks in Parapet Wall. Dated 1937: 1937 Dec. 1-1938 June 15  December 1, 1937-June 15, 1938

CO 129/572/4 Provision of Free Quarters for Senior Government Officers: 1937 Nov. 23-1938 June 29         November 23, 1937-June 29, 1938

CO 129/572/5 King George V Memorial: Progress Report on Fund: 1937 Oct. 15-1938 Feb. 17         October 15, 1937-February 17, 1938

CO 129/572/6 Hong Kong Seamen’s Union: Proposed Proscription: 1938 Jan. 22-Aug. 30       January 22-August 30, 1938

CO 129/572/7 Application for Permission to Construct Gunboats at Hong Kong for Import into China: 1938 Feb. 2-Sept. 27       February 2-September 27, 1938

CO 129/572/8 Leave and Passage Regulations: 1938 Feb. 4-Dec. 30 February 4-December 30, 1938

CO 129/572/9 Vacancy for Senior Traffic-Inspector, Kowloon-Canton Railway: 1938 Jan. 15  January 15, 1938

CO 129/572/10       Rent Commission: 1938 Mar. 14-June 7        March 14-June 7, 1938

CO 129/572/11       Agricultural Indebtedness: Request for Information on Behalf of Bishop of Hong Kong: 1938 Mar. 3-1939 Apr. 24    March 3, 1938-April 24, 1939

CO 129/572/12       Grant of Land to Chinese Congregational Church in Hong Kong: 1938 Feb. 28-Apr. 27    February 28-April 27, 1938

CO 129/572/13       Proposed Reorganisation of Control over Purchase and Maintenance of Government Stores: 1938 Mar. 4-Apr. 28      March 4-April 28, 1938

CO 129/572/14       Proposed Reorganisation of Water Services: 1938 Apr. 7-1939 Apr. 3        April 7, 1938-April 3, 1939

CO 129/572/15       Proposal That Asiatic Petroleum Company Should Erect New Installations within Defence Boundary: 1938 Apr. 11-June 7       April 11-June 7, 1938

CO 129/572/16       Proposals to Prevent Wastage of Water: 1938 Mar. 30-Sept. 15        March 30-September 15, 1938

CO 129/572/17      Proposed Provision of New Hospital for Treatment of Infectious Diseases: 1938 Apr. 20-May 16       April 20-May 16, 1938

CO 129/573/1 Vacancy for Deputy Shipping Master in Mercantile Marine Office of the Harbour Department: 1938 Apr. 13-1939 Jan. 18        April 13, 1938-January 18, 1939

CO 129/573/2 Export of Torpedo Boats to China: 1938 May 14-Oct. 5      May 14-October 5, 1938

CO 129/573/3 Asiatic Emigration Amendment Ordinance 1938: 1938 Apr. 20-Sept. 9       April 20-September 9, 1938

CO 129/573/4 Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club: Compensation on Transfer of Lease to Government: 1938 May 30    May 30, 1938

CO 129/573/5 Formation of Statistical Branch of the Secretariat: 1938 Apr. 20-Oct. 13  April 20-October 13, 1938

CO 129/573/6 Issue of Passports to Chinese Nationals in Hong Kong: 1938 June 22-Dec. 23  June 22-December 23, 1938

CO 129/573/7 Education: Government Grants to Vernacular Schools: 1938 May 30-July 28    May 30-July 28, 1938

CO 129/573/8 Disposal of Prisoners Sentenced by Supreme Court of China: 1938 June 3-Aug. 25  June 3-August 25, 1938

CO 129/573/9 Kowloon Golf Club: Alternative Site: 1938 June 20-Oct. 28         June 20-October 28, 1938

CO 129/573/10       Registration of Persons (No 2) Amendment Ordinance, 1938: 1938 May 19-Nov. 28         May 19-November 28, 1938

CO 129/573/11       Capt. John Reynolds: Repatriation to United Kingdom: 1938 July 5-1939 Mar. 3         July 5, 1938-March 3, 1939

CO 129/573/12       Mui Tsai System and Alleged Slave Markets: 1938 June 23-1939 Jan. 7      June 23, 1938-January 7, 1939

CO 129/573/13       Prevention of Eviction Ordinance 1938: 1938 June 3-Aug. 4       June 3-August 4, 1938

CO 129/573/14       Kowloon-Canton Railway: Provision of a Renewals Fund: 1938 June 7-Oct. 11         June 7-October 11, 1938

CO 129/573/15       Rebuilding of Government House: 1938 July 11-Sept. 30    July 11-September 30, 1938

CO 129/573/16       Senior Clerical and Accounting Staff: Re-Adjustment of Salaries: 1938 June 27-1939 Feb. 3       June 27, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/574/1 Salaries and Promotion Prospects of Women Graduate Teachers: 1938 Aug. 5-Sept. 27         August 5-September 27, 1938

CO 129/574/2 Draft Programme of Public Works: 1938 Aug. 5-Sept. 23    August 5-September 23, 1938

CO 129/574/3 Proposed Broadcast to America by Widow of Sun Yat-Sen: 1938 Aug. 17-Sept. 8         August 17-September 8, 1938

CO 129/574/4 Salaries of Chinese Medical Officers: 1938 July 7-Oct. 11   July 7-October 11, 1938

CO 129/574/5 Vacancy for Assistant Chief Mechanical Engineer, Kowloon-Canton Railway: 1938 Aug. 24-1939 Jan. 6         August 24, 1938-January 6, 1939

CO 129/574/6 Hong Kong Pensioners in India: Rate of Exchange: 1938 Aug. 31-Oct. 26 August 31-October 26, 1938

CO 129/574/7 Proposal to Revise Legislation Relating to Opium Reward Fund: 1938 Aug. 10-Oct. 17         August 10-October 17, 1938

CO 129/574/8 Centenary Anniversary of the Occupation of Hong Kong: 1938 Sept. 13-1939 Jan. 10         September 13, 1938-January 10, 1939

CO 129/574/9 Provincial Bank of Fubien: Establishment of Branch in Hong Kong: 1938 Oct. 1-1939 Jan. 28    October 1, 1938-January 28, 1939

CO 129/574/10       Vacancy for Music Master in Education Department: 1938 Oct. 4-Oct. 28         October 4-28, 1938

CO 129/574/11       Alteration in Dates of the Financial Year: 1938 Sept. 21-1939 Mar. 28       September 21, 1938-March 28, 1939

CO 129/574/12       Revenue Service: Grading and Promotion: 1938 Oct. 11-Nov. 11       October 11-November 11, 1938

CO 129/574/13       British Capital for China: Prime Minister’s Statement: 1938 Nov. 5    November 5, 1938

CO 129/574/14       Collection of Chinese Customs in Hong Kong: 1938 Nov. 2-1939 Jan. 13  November 2, 1938-January 13, 1939

CO 129/574/15       Veterinary Surgeons in Hong Kong: Request for Legislation: 1938 Nov. 7-1939 Feb. 3       November 7, 1938-February 3, 1939

CO 129/574/16       Peace Force and Peace Preservation Amendment Ordinance 1938: 1938 Nov. 24-Nov. 28      November 24-28, 1938

CO 129/574/17      Regulation and Control of Commercial Refrigerating Plants: 1938 Nov. 26-1939 Jan. 27    November 26, 1938-January 27, 1939

CO 129/574/18       Mail Service with Canton and South China: 1938 Dec. 14-Dec. 29      December 14-29, 1938

CO 129/574/19       Trustee Ordinance, 1934: Proposed Amendment: 1938 Dec. 7   December 7, 1938

CO 129/575/1 Vacancies for Two Health Officers in the Medical Department: 1939 Mar. 8-Nov. 27         March 8-November 27, 1939

CO 129/575/2 Vacancy for Lady Medical Officer in the Medical Department: 1939 Apr. 12-Oct. 13         April 12-October 13, 1939

CO 129/575/3 Japanese Affairs: 1939 Jan. 2-Dec. 21  January 2-December 21, 1939

CO 129/575/4 Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1939 Jan. 5-June 19   January 5-June 19, 1939

CO 129/575/5 Passport Office: Authorisation for Writing off Deficiencies: 1939 Mar. 31-1940 Mar. 19         March 31, 1939-March 19, 1940

CO 129/575/6 Delegation of Authority to Write off Losses of Stores, Etc.: 1939 Mar. 28-1940 Jan. 1         March 28, 1939-January 1, 1940

CO 129/575/7 Reciprocal Registration between Nurses Board of Hong Kong and General Nursing Council for England and Wales: 1939 Oct. 14-Dec. 21         October 14-December 21, 1939

CO 129/575/8 Sir Matthew Nathan: Notification of Death: 1939 Apr. 19-May 4       April 19-May 4, 1939

CO 129/575/9 Royal Naval Hospital: Renewal of Option on Site: 1939 July 20-Sept. 16   July 20-September 16, 1939

CO 129/575/10       Military Contribution: 1939 Jan. 3-Dec. 13   January 3-December 13, 1939

CO 129/575/11       Education Department: 1938 Dec. 22-1939 May 30    December 22, 1938-May 30, 1939

CO 129/575/12       Education Department: Promotions: 1939 Apr. 11-1940 Mar. 27        April 11, 1939-March 27, 1940

CO 129/575/13       Salaries Scales in Hong Kong Police Force: 1939 June 6-Aug. 18         June 6-August 18, 1939

CO 129/575/14       Naval Armament Depot: Final Payment of Purchase Price: 1939 Mar. 15-June 2         March 15-June 2, 1939

CO 129/575/15       Traffic of Arms to China: 1939 Jan. 24-Dec. 4      January 24-December 4, 1939

CO 129/575/16       Tung Wah Hospital: 1939 Feb. 9-Nov. 17      February 9-November 17, 1939

CO 129/576/1 Proposed Schemes for Improvements in Housing Conditions: 1938 Oct. 13-1939 Apr. 13         October 13, 1938-April 13, 1939

CO 129/576/2 Appointments of Legislative Council Members: 1939 Oct. 19-1940 Jan. 5        October 19, 1939-January 5, 1940

CO 129/576/3 Geological Survey of Hong Kong by Officers of the University of British Columbia: 1939 Dec. 11-1940 Feb. 9        December 11, 1939-February 9, 1940

CO 129/576/4 Loans for Public Works: 1939 July 3-1940 Jan. 4  July 3, 1939-January 4, 1940

CO 129/576/5 Hong Kong University: 1939 June 13-Nov. 23       June 13-November 23, 1939

CO 129/576/6 Hong Kong University: King Edward VII Scholarships: 1939 Feb. 23-1940 Jan. 15         February 23, 1939-January 15, 1940

CO 129/576/7 Administration of Government Amendments to Letters Patent: 1939 Jan. 19-July 17         January 19-July 17, 1939

CO 129/576/8 Vacancy for Assistant Director of Public Works: 1938 Nov. 18-1939 Oct. 24     November 18, 1938-October 24, 1939

CO 129/576/9 Vacancy for Registrar of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong: 1939 June 20-Oct. 31   June 20-October 31, 1939

CO 129/576/10       Estimates 1940: 1939 Oct. 6-1940 Oct. 22   October 6, 1939-October 22, 1940

CO 129/577/1 Estimates: Effect of War on Colonial Estimates: 1939 Sept. 15-Oct. 4       September 15-October 4, 1939

CO 129/577/2 Financial Assistance to Hong Kong Travel Association: 1939 Apr. 15-Oct. 24     April 15-October 24, 1939

CO 129/577/3 Proposed Transfer of Military Barracks to Alternative Site: 1939 Jan. 30-Dec. 14         January 30-December 14, 1939

CO 129/577/4 Report to the Director of Colonial Audit, 1938: 1939 Oct. 24-1940 Mar. 7       October 24, 1939-March 7, 1940

CO 129/577/5 Naval Volunteer and Defence Ordinance 1939: 1939 July 4-Dec. 28  July 4-December 28, 1939

CO 129/577/6 Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force: Training Establishment: 1939 Feb. 28 February 28, 1939

CO 129/577/7 Water Supply: Tai Lam Chung Valley Reservoir: 1939 Aug. 8-1940 Jan. 26 August 8, 1939-January 26, 1940

CO 129/577/8 Junior Clerical Service: Petition for Improvements in Salaries and Conditions of Service: 1939 July 6-Dec. 19         July 6-December 19, 1939

CO 129/577/9 Badan Singh: Petitions That He Should be Considered for Promotion: 1939 Nov. 2-1940 Jan. 9       November 2, 1939-January 9, 1940

CO 129/577/10       Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Provision of Equipment for Mobilisation: 1939 Jan. 31-May 9        January 31-May 9, 1939

CO 129/577/11       Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Pay for Members on Mobilisation: 1939 July 31    July 31, 1939

CO 129/578/1 Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Supply of Armoured Cars. Missing at Transfer: 1939         1939

CO 129/578/2 Revision of Salaries for Government Employees: 1938 Nov. 4-1939 Dec. 12     November 4, 1938-December 12, 1939

CO 129/578/3 Organisation of Administrative Service: 1938 Dec. 28-1939 May 18  December 28, 1938-May 18, 1939

CO 129/578/4 Haw Par Brothers Ltd.: Petition against Property Assessment: 1939 Apr. 19-July 12 April 19-July 12, 1939

CO 129/578/5 Development of Whampoa Port: 1938 Dec. 13-1939 May 11     December 13, 1938-May 11, 1939

CO 129/578/6 Cost of Living Figures: 1939 Feb. 11-1940 Jan. 13        February 11, 1939-January 13, 1940

CO 129/578/7 Prison Department: Staffing Increases: 1939 Mar. 15-Dec. 8      March 15-December 8, 1939

CO 129/578/8 Prison Department: Salaries of Officers of Female Prison at Lai Chi Kok: 1939 Mar. 22-May 8         March 22-May 8, 1939

CO 129/578/9 Prison Department: Vacancy for Assistant Superintendent of Prisons: 1939 June 21-Nov. 15    June 21-November 15, 1939

CO 129/578/10       Sino-Japanese War: Request for Information: 1939 Sept. 25      September 25, 1939

CO 129/578/11       Sino-Japanese War: Refugees: 1939 Jan. 17-Dec. 5     January 17-December 5, 1939

CO 129/578/12       Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on Shipping: 1939 Jan. 10-Nov. 17 January 10-November 17, 1939

CO 129/579/1 Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on Shipping Commission Junks. Missing at Transfer: 1939         1939

CO 129/579/2 Sino-Japanese War: Attack on British Ship S. S. Sagres: 1939 Apr. 9-July 13       April 9-July 13, 1939

CO 129/579/3 Sino-Japanese War: Shipping: 1938 Oct. 30-1939 Dec. 23  October 30, 1938-December 23, 1939

CO 129/579/4 Sino-Japanese War: League of Nations Action. Missing at Transfer: 1939         1939

CO 129/579/5 Sino-Japanese War: Japanese Aircraft: Hong Kong Air Space and Other Activities: 1939 Jan. 31-Aug. 5 January 31-August 5, 1939

CO 129/579/6 Sino-Japanese War: Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1939 Feb. 14-Apr. 3  February 14-April 3, 1939

CO 129/579/7 Sino-Japanese War: Shipping on Pearl River: 1939 Jan. 4-June 9         January 4-June 9, 1939

CO 129/579/8 Sino-Japanese War: Shipping on Pearl River: 1939 June 23-1940 Jan. 4     January 4-June 23, 1939

CO 129/579/9 Sino-Japanese War: Release of Interned Chinese Soldiers: 1939 Jan. 27-Dec. 7         January 27-December 7, 1939

CO 129/579/10       Sino-Japanese War: Quarterly Reports of Japanese Activities: 1939 Jan. 25-1940 Feb. 1       January 25, 1939-February 1, 1940

CO 129/579/11       Sino-Japanese War: Seizure of Unauthorized Wireless Transmitting Apparatus: 1939 Feb. 13-1940 May 7        February 13, 1939-May 7, 1940

CO 129/579/11/2   Sino-Japanese War: Seizure of Unauthorized Wireless Transmitting Apparatus: Part 2, Enclosure No. 3 to Secret Despatch: 1939 Feb. 13-1940 May 7      February 13, 1939-May 7, 1940

CO 129/579/12       Sino-Japanese War: Bombing of Railway Line within Leased Territories (Shamchun Incident): 1939 Feb. 21-Mar. 17     February 21-March 17, 1939

CO 129/579/13       Sino-Japanese War: Proposal to Establish High Explosives Factory in Hong Kong: 1939 Apr. 20-June 21      April 20-June 21, 1939

CO 129/580/1 Sino-Japanese War: Handing over of Suspected Terrorists to Japanese Authorities: 1939 May 1-Aug. 24         May 1-August 24, 1939

CO 129/580/2 Sino-Japanese War: British Policy and Reactions in Hong Kong and Malaya: 1939 July 27-1940 Feb. 3        July 27, 1939-February 3, 1940

CO 129/580/3 Sino-Japanese War: Anti-Japanese Activities in Hong Kong: 1939 Aug. 23-Dec. 30         August 23-December 30, 1939

CO 129/580/4 Proposed Aircraft Factories in Hong Kong: 1938 Dec. 21-1940 Jan. 2        December 21, 1938-January 2, 1940

CO 129/580/5 Au Kwok-Leung: Request for Premature Retirement on Grounds of ILL Health: 1939 July 12-Aug. 4         July 12-August 4, 1939

CO 129/580/6 New Territories: 1939 Jan. 6-Aug. 16    January 6-August 16, 1939

CO 129/580/7 Sterling Salaries Conversion Amendment Ordinance 1939: 1939 June 30-July 4        June 30-July 4, 1939

CO 129/580/8 League of Nations: Medical Aid for China and Reduced Cable Rates: 1939 Apr. 6-July 5         April 6-July 5, 1939

CO 129/580/9 Air Raid Precautions: Supply of Equipment: 1939 Feb. 14-Nov. 24      February 14-November 24, 1939

CO 129/580/10       Air Raid Precautions: Report 1938: 1939 July 3    July 3, 1939

CO 129/581/1 Vacancy for Assistant, Superintendent of Kai Tak Aerodrome: 1939 Nov. 27-1940 Aug. 15         November 27, 1939-August 15, 1940

CO 129/581/2 Leave and Pension Regulations: 1939 Jan. 27-1940 Jan. 16        January 27, 1939-January 16, 1940

CO 129/581/3 Water Department: Staffing and Organisation of Renewals and Improvement Fund: 1939 May 10-Sept. 15    May 10-September 15, 1939

CO 129/581/4 Harbour Department: Staffing: 1939 Jan. 21-Oct. 17  January 21-October 17, 1939

CO 129/581/5 Proposed Formation of Statistical Department: 1939 June 28    June 28, 1939

CO 129/581/6 Government Grants to Vernacular Schools: 1939 Jan. 30-1940 Feb. 6        January 30, 1939-February 6, 1940

CO 129/581/7 Chinese Medical Officers: Salaries: 1939 Dec. 7-1940 Jan. 2       December 7, 1939-January 2, 1940

CO 129/581/8 Centenary Anniversary of Colony of Hong Kong: Proposed Statue of George VI: 1939 Mar. 4-1940 Apr. 5  March 4, 1939-April 5, 1940

CO 129/581/9 Trustee Amendment Ordinance 1939: 1939 Jan. 21-May 31       January 21-May 31, 1939

CO 129/581/10       Control Measures to Be Adopted for Local Mines: Report by Senior Inspector of Mines: 1939    1939

CO 129/581/11       Electricity Supply: Proposal to Establish a Cross-Harbour Line from Hong Kong Electric Company Ltd., to China Light and Power Company Ltd.: 1938 Dec. 14-1939 May 12 December 14, 1938-May 12, 1939

CO 129/581/12       Organisation of Legal and Judicial Departments: 1938 Feb. 3     February 3, 1938

CO 129/581/13       Town Planning Ordinance 1939: 1939 Feb. 28-June 27        February 28-June 27, 1939

CO 129/581/14       Wong Cheng-Wei: Request for Permission to Reside in Hong Kong: 1939 Apr. 19         April 19, 1939

CO 129/581/15       Promissory Oaths Amendment Ordinance 1939: 1939 Apr. 17-Nov. 24      April 17-November 24, 1939

CO 129/581/16       British Propaganda in Hong Kong: 1939 Apr. 18-Oct. 29      April 18-October 29, 1939

CO 129/582/1 Administration of the Port of Hong Kong: 1939 July 25-1940 Jan. 20         July 25, 1939-January 20, 1940

CO 129/582/2 Vagrancy Amendment Ordinance 1939: 1939 May 1-Dec. 19     May 1-December 19, 1939

CO 129/582/3 Proposed Reorganisation of Government Printing Arrangements: 1939 May 12-Nov. 8         May 12-November 8, 1939

CO 129/582/4 Legal Department: Vacancies for Magistrates and Crown Counsel: 1939 May 11-Oct. 24         May 11-October 24, 1939

CO 129/582/5 Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance 1939: 1939 May 15-1940 Jan. 22   May 15, 1939-January 22, 1940

CO 129/582/6 Salvage Operations on the Wreck of the Japanese S.S. JIN KAI MARU: 1939 May 22-Oct. 27    May 22-October 27, 1939

CO 129/582/7 Taxation: 1939 June 6-1940 Feb. 5        June 6, 1939-February 5, 1940

CO 129/582/8 Proposed Erection of Deanery for Dean of St. John’s Cathedral: 1939 June 7-Dec. 8         June 7-December 8, 1939

CO 129/582/9 Medical (Civilian) Defence Scheme: Vacancies for Supervisor and Training Officer: 1939 June 23-July 22        June 23-July 22, 1939

CO 129/582/10       Censorship and Control of the Press: 1939 July 25-Aug. 16         July 25-August 16, 1939

CO 129/582/11       Dispersal of Convicts in the Event of War: 1939 July 10-Aug. 30         July 10-August 30, 1939

CO 129/582/12       Compulsory Service Ordinance 1939: 1939 July 31-Sept. 27        July 31-September 27, 1939

CO 129/582/13       Compulsory Service: Provision for Conscientious Objectors: 1939 Aug. 2-Aug. 14         August 2-14, 1939

CO 129/582/14       Lingnan University: Application for Land for Erection of a Middle School: 1939 July 28-Sept. 8        July 28-September 8, 1939

CO 129/582/15       Return of Officer’s Families from Leave: 1939 Aug. 24-Nov. 29 August 24-November 29, 1939

CO 129/582/16       Arrangements for Securing Funds for Trade Commissioner: 1939 Sept. 1-1940 Jan. 18    September 1, 1939-January 18, 1940

CO 129/582/17       War Expenditure: Contribution to H. M. Government: 1939 Oct. 2-Oct. 12         October 2-12, 1939

CO 129/582/18       War Expenditure: Contribution to H. M. Government: 1939 Nov. 7-1940 Jan. 9         November 7, 1939-January 9, 1940

CO 129/582/19      Grant of Land to Mother Provincial of the Soeurs De St. Paul De Chartres: 1939 Nov. 27-Dec. 22       November 27-December 22, 1939

CO 129/582/20       Appointment of Editor for the Radio Review: 1939 Nov. 24-1940 Jan. 26 November 24, 1939-January 26, 1940

CO 129/582/21       Emigration of Chinese to Paraguay: 1939 Nov. 29-1940 Feb. 27        November 29, 1939-February 27, 1940

CO 129/582/22       Visit of Sir Stafford Cripps to China: 1939 Dec. 13-1940 July 4    December 13, 1939-July 4, 1940

CO 129/583/1 Dr. Irma Frommer: Appointment as Temporary Lady Medical Officer: 1940 May 27-Aug. 1       May 27-August 1, 1940

CO 129/583/2 Vacancy for Senior Health Officer: 1940 Feb. 14-Apr. 5       February 14-April 5, 1940

CO 129/583/3 Appointment of Dental Surgeon: 1940 Apr. 18-May 11        April 18-May 11, 1940

CO 129/583/4 Creation of Post of Surgical Specialist: 1940 Oct. 9-1941 Feb. 14       October 9, 1940-February 14, 1941

CO 129/583/5 Canton-Kowloon Railway: through Traffic: 1940 Jan. 29-Feb. 27       January 29-February 27, 1940

CO 129/583/6 Air Ministry: Land Requirements and Possible Terms of Lease: 1939 Dec. 28-1940 May 2         December 28, 1939-May 2, 1940

CO 129/583/7 Authority to Write off Arrears of Expenditure: 1940 Feb. 6-June 22   February 6-June 22, 1940

CO 129/583/8 Recognition by General Nursing Council for England and Wales of Nurses Trained by Hong Kong Nurses Board: 1940 Sept. 20      September 20, 1940

CO 129/583/9 Pte David Eckford: Transfer to England to Serve Term of Life Imprisonment: 1940 Sept. 16-Dec. 4         September 16-December 4, 1940

CO 129/583/10       Proposed New Naval Hospital: 1940 Aug. 3-Dec. 21   August 3-December 21, 1940

CO 129/583/11       Annual Abstract Account 1939: 1940 Nov. 29       November 29, 1940

CO 129/583/12       Comments of Annual Report for Education [1940]: 1941 Feb. 10-Sept. 10         February 10-September 10, 1941

CO 129/583/13       Traffic of Arms to China: 1940 Jan. 31-1941 Jan. 21    January 31, 1940-January 21, 1941

CO 129/583/14       Chinese Seamen’s Union: Proposed London Branch: 1940 Oct. 2-Dec. 28         October 2-December 28, 1940

CO 129/583/15       Tung Wah Hospitals: Financial Arrangements: 1940 May 15-June 19 May 15-June 19, 1940

CO 129/583/16       Loans for Public Works: 1940 Jan. 30-July 15       January 30-July 15, 1940

CO 129/583/17       Hong Kong University: 1940 Mar. 11-Apr. 5  March 11-April 5, 1940

CO 129/583/18       Hong Kong University: British Council and Rhodes Scholarships: 1940 June 1941 Jan. 1       June, 1940-January 1, 1941

CO 129/583/19       Administration of Government: 1940 May 19-1941 May 22        May 19, 1940-May 22, 1941

CO 129/583/20       Public Works Department. Missing at Transfer: 1940  1940

CO 129/583/21       Immigration and Passports Amendment Ordinance 1940: 1940 Feb. 14-July 4         February 14-July 4, 1940

CO 129/584/1 Financial Returns 1939: 1940 Sept. 17  September 17, 1940

CO 129/584/2 Estimates 1941-2: 1941 Feb. 21-June 11       February 21-June 11, 1941

CO 129/584/3 War Department: Provision of Land at Kau-Lung-Tsai: 1940 Sept. 10-Oct. 9     September 10-October 9, 1940

CO 129/584/4 Botanical and Forestry Department: Comments on Annual Report 1939: 1940 Dec. 13-1941 Apr. 29       December 13, 1940-April 29, 1941

CO 129/584/5 Hong Kong and Kowloon Magistrates: Comments on Annual Report 1939: 1940 Aug. 27-Sept. 10      August 27-September 10, 1940

CO 129/584/6 Summary Offences Amendment Ordinance 1940: 1940 Apr. 25-Apr. 26     April 25-26, 1940

CO 129/584/7 Vacancies for Revenue Officers: 1940 Aug. 12-Nov. 7         August 12-November 7, 1940

CO 129/584/8 Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force: 1940 May 16-1941 Apr. 5     May 16, 1940-April 5, 1941

CO 129/584/9 Water Supply: Tai Lam Chung Valley Reservoir: 1940 Jan. 23-Mar. 30        January 23-March 30, 1940

CO 129/584/10       Li Hung Fui: Petition to Privy Council: 1940 Aug. 27-1941 Jan. 4         August 27, 1940-January 4, 1941

CO 129/584/11       Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Mobilization: 1940 Feb. 29-May 11         February 29-May 11, 1940

CO 129/584/12       Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps: Purchase of Armoured Cars. Missing at Transfer: 1940         1940

CO 129/584/13       Revision of Salaries: 1940 Feb. 29-June 7     February 29-June 7, 1940

CO 129/584/14       Commutation of Death Sentences to Life Imprisonment. Includes 9 Photographs Depicting: [CN 3/42] Commutation of Death Sentences, Hong Kong: Scene of Crime Photographs from Three Murder Cases: Yui Fai’s Murder of Wong KaYan, Hau Kang Po’s Murder of Han Shek and Tang Chui’s Murder of Leung Ki. Dated 1939-1940: 1939 Dec. 22-1940 Sept. 17        December 22, 1939-September 17, 1940

CO 129/584/15       Expenditure: Central Government Store: 1940 Apr. 2-May 22     April 2-May 22, 1940

CO 129/584/16       Advertisements Regulation Amendment Ordinance 1940: 1940 June 27-Dec. 3         June 27-December 3, 1940

CO 129/584/17       Cost of Living Figures: 1940 Feb. 20-Dec. 20        February 20-December 20, 1940

CO 129/585/1 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Attacks on Shipping: 1940 Jan. 25-Oct. 2      January 25-October 2, 1940

CO 129/585/2 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Release of Captured British Ships: 1940 Mar. 6-Oct. 2 March 6-October 2, 1940

CO 129/585/3 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Shipping: 1940 Jan. 17-Nov. 13      January 17-November 13, 1940

CO 129/585/4 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Japanese Air Raids on China: 1940 Jan. 26-July 5 January 26-July 5, 1940

CO 129/585/5 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Shipping on Pearl River: 1940 Jan. 3-Aug. 25        January 3-August 25, 1940

CO 129/585/6 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Shipping on Pearl River: 1940 Aug. 7-Nov. 26       August 7-November 26, 1940

CO 129/585/7 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Interned Chinese Soldiers: 1940 Jan. 18-Dec. 27  January 18-December 27, 1940

CO 129/585/8 Sino-Japanese Conflict: British Policy regarding Trentsin Negotiations: 1940 Jan. 8-Apr. 19    January 8-April 19, 1940

CO 129/585/9 Sino-Japanese Conflict: Chinese Custom Stations: 1940 July 14-Dec. 17   July 14-December 17, 1940

CO 129/585/10       Assembly of Aeroplanes in Hong Kong: 1940 Jan. 8-July 31         January 8-July 31, 1940

CO 129/585/11       Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens Ordinance 1940: 1940 Mar. 18-June 19 March 18-June 19, 1940

CO 129/586/1 Allotment of Officers’ Residences: 1940 Aug. 26 August 26, 1940

CO 129/586/2 Pensions: 1940 Feb. 27-July 15      February 27-July 15, 1940

CO 129/586/3 Grant of Subsidies to Vernacular Schools: 1940 June 4-1941 Aug. 7   June 4, 1940-August 7, 1941

CO 129/586/4 Registration of Dentists Ordinance 1940: 1940 Mar. 12-Mar. 16         March 12-16, 1940

CO 129/586/5 Centenary of the Occupation of Hong Kong: 1940 July 8-1941 Jan. 26      July 8, 1940-January 26, 1941

CO 129/586/6 Administration of the Port of Hong Kong: 1940 Jan. 27-July 24  January 27-July 24, 1940

CO 129/586/7 Administration of the Port of Hong Kong: 1940 July 30-Aug. 1   July 30-August 1, 1940

CO 129/586/8 War Taxation: 1940 Feb. 2-May 11        February 2-May 11, 1940

CO 129/586/9 War Taxation: 1940 July 24-1941 May 28     July 24, 1940-May 28, 1941

CO 129/586/10       War Taxation: Secondment of Income Tax Officials and Recruitment of Tax Assessors: 1940 Mar. 4-Apr. 24      March 4-April 24, 1940

CO 129/586/11       War Taxation: Vacancy for Third Assistant Government Assessor: 1940 Feb. 21-Aug. 23    February 21-August 23, 1940

CO 129/586/12       War Taxation: Royalties from Public Utility Companies: 1940 Apr. 25-June 17  April 25-June 17, 1940

CO 129/586/13       War Contributions: 1940 May 31-June 12     May 31-June 12, 1940

CO 129/586/14       War Contributions: Hong Kong Exchange Fund: 1940 Aug. 9-1941 Jan. 17         August 9, 1940-January 17, 1941

CO 129/586/15       Li Han Yuan. Missing at Transfer: 1940 1940

CO 129/586/16       Visit of Sir Stafford Cripps: 1940 July 15        July 15, 1940

CO 129/587/1 Kai Tak: Extension of Aerodrome: 1939 Dec. 29-1940 Nov. 20   December 29, 1939-November 20, 1940

CO 129/587/2 Immigration and Emigration Figures: 1940 Jan. 9        January 9, 1940

CO 129/587/3 Hospitals Committee Report. Missing at Transfer: 1940     1940

CO 129/587/4 Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Company Ltd.: Further Application for Land: 1940 Jan. 25-Feb. 27       January 25-February 27, 1940

CO 129/587/5 Signing of Routine Documents: 1940 Jan. 11-Feb. 17  January 11-February 17, 1940

CO 129/587/6 A.T. Lay: Appointment as Programme Secretary in the Broadcasting Sub-Department of the Postmaster General’s Department: 1940 Feb. 7-Mar. 19       February 7-March 19, 1940

CO 129/587/7 Telephone Amendment Ordinance 1940: 1940 Apr. 9-Apr. 16      April 9-16, 1940

CO 129/587/8 Crown Leases: 1940 Apr. 18-1941 Mar. 17    April 18, 1940-March 17, 1941

CO 129/587/9 Smuggling of Kerosene Oil and Other Commodities into China: 1940 Apr. 22-June 19         April 22-June 19, 1940

CO 129/587/10       Governor’s Power to Make and Execute Grants of Crown Lands: 1940 May 20-Oct. 17    May 20-October 17, 1940

CO 129/587/11       Control of Immigration Especially of Japanese into Hong Kong: 1940 July 6-Sept. 6         July 6-September 6, 1940

CO 129/587/12       Evacuation from Hong Kong: Passenger Lists: 1940 July 8  July 8, 1940

CO 129/587/13       Acquisition of Immovable Property by Foreign Corporations: 1940 July 4-Sept. 28         July 4-September 28, 1940

CO 129/587/14       Measures for Maintenance of Law and Order: 1940 July 18-Sept. 28         July 18-September 28, 1940

CO 129/587/15       Excess Population Reduction Committee Report: Chinese Immigration Bill: 1940 Oct. 1-1941 Jan. 6  October 1, 1940-January 6, 1941

CO 129/587/16       Union Insurance Company of Canton: Proposed Emergency Transfer from Hong Kong in Case of Enemy Aggression: 1940 Oct. 8-Nov. 17    October 8-November 17, 1940

CO 129/587/17       Botanical and Forestry Department: Proposed Formation of Agricultural Section: 1940 Aug. 22   August 22, 1940

CO 129/587/18       Chinese Physical Training Instructors: Improved Salary Scales: 1940 Aug. 30-Oct. 22         August 30-October 22, 1940

CO 129/587/19       Colonial Secretary’s Office: Vacancy for Chief Clerk: 1940 Sept. 13-1941 May 30         September 13, 1940-May 30, 1941

CO 129/587/20       Appointment of Indian Police Officer to Hong Kong: 1940 Nov. 5-Dec. 30         November 5-December 30, 1940

CO 129/587/21       Fees for Survey of Emigration Vessels in China: 1940 Nov. 28-Dec. 30       November 28-December 30, 1940

CO 129/588/1 Anderson, Meyer & Co. Ltd.: Sale of Six Railway Locomotives. Missing at Transfer: 1941-1943       1941-1943

CO 129/588/2 Supplementary Expenditure. Missing at Transfer: 1941-1943     1941-1943

CO 129/588/3 Royal Institute of International Affairs Institute of Pacific Relations Conference 1942: Education in Hong Kong: 1942       1942

CO 129/588/4 Police Department: Reorganisation of Staff: 1941 Nov. 11-Dec. 1     November 11-December 1, 1941

CO 129/588/5 Appointments to Executive and Legislative Councils: 1940 Nov. 20-1941 July 30         November 20, 1940-July 30, 1941

CO 129/588/6 Provision of Chinese Cemeteries: 1940 Dec. 6-1941 Feb. 28       December 6, 1940-February 28, 1941

CO 129/588/7 Public Health (Sanitation) Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Sept. 25-Oct. 2  September 25-October 2, 1941

CO 129/588/8 Hong Kong University: British Council Scholarships and Rhodes Studentship: 1941 Jan. 11-1942 Dec. 17     January 11, 1941-December 17, 1942

CO 129/588/9 Hong Kong University: Relief Work: 1942 Aug. 11-1943 Nov. 19        August 11, 1942-November 19, 1943

CO 129/588/10       Hong Kong University: Proposed Commission to Discuss Future Activities Following Liberation: 1943 Aug. 28-1944 Jan. 7    August 28, 1943-January 7, 1944

CO 129/588/11       Hong Kong University: Cooperation with Lingnam University: 1943 May 31-Nov. 18         May 31-November 18, 1943

CO 129/588/12       Military Lands: Arrangements for War Period: 1941 Feb. 20-Aug. 30 February 20-August 30, 1941

CO 129/588/13       Public Health Report 1940: 1941 Oct. 7-Oct. 16  October 7-16, 1941

CO 129/588/14       Estate Duty Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Mar. 28-Apr. 1  March 28-April 1, 1941

CO 129/588/15       Hong Kong Naval Volunteer Force and Hong Kong Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve: Annual Report: 1941 July 16-Nov. 25    July 16-November 25, 1941

CO 129/588/16       Water Supply: Report on the Tai Lam Chung Valley Scheme: 1941 Jan. 3   January 3, 1941

CO 129/588/17       Medical Registration Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Mar. 6-Nov. 3    March 6-November 3, 1941

CO 129/588/18       Police (Militia Status) Ordinance 1941: 1941 Sept. 26-Oct. 3      September 26-October 3, 1941

CO 129/588/19       Crown Rents (Apportionment) Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 July 4-July 7         July 4-7, 1941

CO 129/588/20       Buildings Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 June 20-July 3       June 20-July 3, 1941

CO 129/588/21       Midwives Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Sept. 25-Oct. 2    September 25-October 2, 1941

CO 129/588/22       China: British Territorial Rights; Negotiations with China: 1942 Dec. 28-1943 Nov. 10    December 28, 1942-November 10, 1943

CO 129/588/23       China: British Extra-Territorial Rights, Negotiations with China: 1942 Mar. 28-Nov. 27    March 28-November 27, 1942

CO 129/588/24       China: British Extra-Territorial Rights, Negotiations with China: 1942 Nov. 23-1943 Jan. 1       November 23, 1942-January 1, 1943

CO 129/588/25       Sino-Japanese War: Attacks on Shipping: 1940 Nov. 14-1941 Dec. 2 November 14, 1940-December 2, 1941

CO 129/589/1 Sino-Japanese War: Shipping on Pearl River: 1941 Jan. 26-June 17    January 26-June 17, 1941

CO 129/589/2 Sino-Japanese War: Interned Chinese Soldiers: 1941 Jan. 15-Mar. 10        January 15-March 10, 1941

CO 129/589/3 Sino-Japanese War: Attack on Medical Convoy, Maryknoll Leper Mission: 1941 May 20-1943 Aug. 14     May 20, 1941-August 14, 1943

CO 129/589/4 Air Raid Precautions: Supply of Equipment: 1940 Nov. 1-1941 Jan. 24       November 1, 1940-January 24, 1941

CO 129/589/5 Air Raid Precautions: Hong Kong Corps of Air Raid Wardens (No. 2) Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Mar. 6-Oct. 2     March 6-October 2, 1941

CO 129/589/6 Air Raid Precautions: Report on ARP Wardens in Action: 1942 Feb. 7-Mar. 25  February 7-March 25, 1942

CO 129/589/7 Chinese Congregational Church: Grant of Land: 1941 Mar. 27-June 30      March 27-June 30, 1941

CO 129/589/8 Prevention of Eviction Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 May 30-May 31      May 30-31, 1941

CO 129/589/9 Government House: Damage Caused by Construction of Underground Air Raid Shelter Tunnels. For Extracted Photographs. Includes 7 Photographs Depicting: [CN 3/43] Government House, Hong Kong: Structural Damage Caused by Subsidence. Dated 1941: 1941 Apr. 1-Nov. 1  April 1-November 1, 1941

CO 129/589/10       Centenary of the Occupation of Hong Kong. Missing at Transfer: 1941     1941

CO 129/589/11       Port of Hong Kong: Report on Future Control and Development: 1941 July 18-1944 Oct. 10    July 18, 1941-October 10, 1944

CO 129/589/12       War Revenue Ordinance 1941: 1941 May 8-June 19    May 8-June 19, 1941

CO 129/589/13       War Taxation: Exemption and Evasion: 1941 Feb. 1-Sept. 10      February 1-September 10, 1941

CO 129/589/14       War Contributions: Extracts from Governor’s Speeches: 1941 July 5 July 5, 1941

CO 129/589/15       Crown Leases: 1941 Feb. 4-Dec. 3         February 4-December 3, 1941

CO 129/589/16       Crown Lands: 1941 Mar. 17-June 18     March 17-June 18, 1941

CO 129/589/17       Evacuation of British Families: 1941 Jan. 14-Nov. 27  January 14-November 27, 1941

CO 129/589/18       Complaints against Evacuation Scheme: 1940 Nov. 23-1941 Oct. 24         November 23, 1940-October 24, 1941

CO 129/589/19       Evacuation: Refusals: 1941 June 3-Aug. 2    June 3-August 2, 1941

CO 129/589/20       Evacuation: Financial Arrangements: 1941 July 26-1944 Jan. 3  July 26, 1941-January 3, 1944

CO 129/590/1 Evacuation: Chinese Families: 1941 Dec. 2-Dec. 16     December 2-16, 1941

CO 129/590/2 Evacuees: Memorandum on Financial Policy and Administration in Australia: 1942 Aug. 31-Dec. 9         August 31-December 9, 1942

CO 129/590/3 Entry of Chinese into Hong Kong: 1941 Jan. 9-Nov. 7 January 9-November 7, 1941

CO 129/590/4 Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank: Temporary Transfer of Registered Offices: 1941 Feb. 4-1942 Jan. 8  February 4, 1941-January 8, 1942

CO 129/590/5 John Swine & Sons Ltd.: Temporary Transfer of Registered Offices. Missing at Transfer: 1941-1943       1941-1943

CO 129/590/6 Liaison between Hong Kong Government and British Ambassadors in China and Japan: 1940 Nov. 8-1941 Feb. 1        November 8, 1940-February 1, 1941

CO 129/590/7 Betting Duty Amendment Ordinance, 1941: 1940 Dec. 3-1941 Oct. 2        December 3, 1940-October 2, 1941

CO 129/590/8 Transfer of Naval Victualling Stores to Admiralty Sites: 1941 Feb. 15-July 8      February 15-July 8, 1941

CO 129/590/9 Opening of Temporary ‘Unallocated Stores Account’: 1940 Dec. 16-1941 Apr. 4         December 16, 1940-April 4, 1941

CO 129/590/10       Holidays Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Jan. 17-Feb. 3        January 17-February 3, 1941

CO 129/590/11       Commission of Enquiry into Irregularities in Immigration Departments: 1941 Apr. 22-Dec. 19       April 22-December 19, 1941

CO 129/590/12       Places of Public Entertainment Regulation Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 Feb. 21-Apr. 15        February 21-April 15, 1941

CO 129/590/13       Hong Kong Dockyards: Labour Unrest: 1941 June 26-July 11      June 26-July 11, 1941

CO 129/590/14       Newsletters from Sir Geoffrey Northcote, Governor of Hong Kong: 1941 Apr. 21-Nov. 24      April 21-November 24, 1941

CO 129/590/15       Miscellaneous Licences Amendment Ordinance 1941: 1941 May 8-May 22      May 8-22, 1941

CO 129/590/16       The Trustees of the Chater (Cathedral and St. Andrews), Endowment Funds Incorporation Ordinance 1941: 1941 June 27-July 3    June 27-July 3, 1941

CO 129/590/17       Government Policy regarding Firewood Supplies: 1941 Aug. 7-1942 July 31         August 7, 1941-July 31, 1942

CO 129/590/18       Cressall Anti-Graft Commission: Macgregor (a R P) Commission on Corruption: 1941 Sept. 8-Nov. 7        September 8-November 7, 1941

CO 129/590/21       Government Funds: Temporary Provisions: 1941 Dec. 23-1942 Dec. 4       December 23, 1941-December 4, 1942

CO 129/590/22       Situation in Enemy Occupied Hong Kong: 1943 Jan. 19-Nov. 20 January 19-November 20, 1943

CO 129/590/23       Situation in Hong Kong: 1942 (1)   1942

CO 129/590/24       Situation in Hong Kong: 1942 (2)   1942

CO 129/590/25      Accounts of Events Leading up to Surrender and Subsequent Treatment of Prisoners, Etc.: 1942 Apr. 23-1943 Sept. 28   April 23, 1942-September 28, 1943

CO 129/590/26       Hong Kong International Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Co-Operatives: 1942 June 17-July 9         June 17-July 9, 1942

CO 129/590/27       Ex-Employees of Hong Kong Government: Relief Payments and Allowances: 1942 Mar. 27-1943 Aug. 16     March 27, 1942-August 16, 1943

CO 129/590/28       Hong Kong Finances: Advances to Meet Deficits: 1941 Dec. 20-1944 Jan. 3         December 20, 1941-January 3, 1944

CO 129/591/1 Hong Kong University Advisory Committee: Recommendations: 1944 Jan. 10-Dec. 5         January 10-December 5, 1944

CO 129/591/2 Hong Kong University: Award of Degrees to Medical Students Whose Studies Were Interrupted by War. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/44. Includes 1 Photograph Depicting: [CN 3/44] Hong Kong University Medical Degrees: Copy of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery certificates. Dated 1945     February 26, 1943-December 19, 1945

CO 129/591/3 Education Department: Revised Grant Code: 1945 Oct. 24-Dec. 11   October 24-December 11, 1945

CO 129/591/4 Situation in Enemy Occupied Hong Kong: 1944 Jan. 7-Nov. 21   January 7-November 21, 1944

CO 129/591/5 Report on Activities of Post Office: Engineering Branch during Battle of Hong Kong: 1943 Dec. 24-1944 Feb. 26    December 24, 1943-February 26, 1944

CO 129/591/6 Estimates for 1944 and 1945: 1943 Nov. 3   November 3, 1943

CO 129/591/7 Estimates for 1946-1947: 1945 Dec. 12-1947 Mar. 14         December 12, 1945-March 14, 1947

CO 129/591/8 Policy Directives: 1944 Mar. 10-Aug. 17        March 10-August 17, 1944

CO 129/591/9 Policy Directives: 1945 Jan. 15       January 15, 1945

CO 129/591/10       Military Administration: 1945 Jan. 16-1946 Mar. 28    January 16, 1945-March 28, 1946

CO 129/591/11       Emergency Unit: 1945    1945

CO 129/591/12       Military Administration: Civil Affairs, Directives to Force Commander and Senior Officials: 1945 Feb. 24-Sept. 13     February 24-September 13, 1945

CO 129/591/13       Military Administration: Proposed Civil Affairs Agreement with China: 1945 July 20-Aug. 11       July 20-August 11, 1945

CO 129/591/14       Military Administration: Liaison with Chinese and American Forces: 1945 Apr. 11-July 25        April 11-July 25, 1945

CO 129/591/15       Proposed Operations towards Recapture of Hong Kong: 1945 Aug. 8-Aug. 10         August 8-10, 1945

CO 129/591/16       Liberation of Hong Kong: Arrangements in the Event of the Collapse of Japan: 1945 Aug. 3-1950 Aug. 1 August 3, 1945-August 1, 1950

CO 129/591/17       Liberation of Hong Kong: Instructions to Mr. Gimson, Proposed Civil Administrator: 1945 Aug. 10-Sept. 21    August 10-September 21, 1945

CO 129/591/18       Liberation of Hong Kong: Arrangements for Japanese Surrender: 1945 Aug. 15-1946 Apr. 19     August 15, 1945-April 19, 1946

CO 129/591/19       Liberation of Hong Kong: Requests by Chinese Government before Signing Formal Surrender: 1945 Aug. 30-Sept. 14 August 30-September 14, 1945

CO 129/591/20       Reports on Current Situation: 1945 Oct. 18-Nov. 7      October 18-November 7, 1945

CO 129/592/1 Reports on Current Situation: Medical Work: 1945 Nov. 3-1946 Mar. 7     November 3, 1945-March 7, 1946

CO 129/592/2 Reports on Current Situation: Medical Work: 1946 Mar. 3-1947 May 12   March 3, 1946-May 12, 1947

CO 129/592/3 Reports on Current Situation: Legal: 1945 Sept. 7-Nov. 7   September 7-November 7, 1945

CO 129/592/4 Reports on Current Situation: Police: 1945 Nov. 14-1946 July 1 November 14, 1945-July 1, 1946

CO 129/592/5 Reports on Current Situation: Custody of Enemy Property: 1945 Dec. 7-Dec. 11         December 7-11, 1945

CO 129/592/6 Reports on Current Situation: Including Weekly Intelligence Reports: 1945 Sept. 18-1945 Dec. 20    September 18-December 20, 1945

CO 129/592/7 Reports on Current Situation: Stanley Dental Clinic: 1946 Jan. 26      January 26, 1946

CO 129/592/8 Future Policy in Hong Kong: 1945 Jan. 1-Nov. 26 January 1-November 26, 1945

CO 129/592/9 Future Policy in Hong Kong: Port Administration: 1945 Jan. 13-1946 Mar. 4      January 13, 1945-March 4, 1946

CO 129/592/10       Future Policy in Hong Kong: Port Administration: 1946 Apr. 10-1947 Apr. 15     April 10, 1946-April 15, 1947

CO 129/592/11       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: 1945 May 31-Dec. 11    May 31-December 11, 1945

CO 129/592/12       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Martial Law and Establishment of Military Administration: 1945 Aug.     August 1945

CO 129/592/13       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Administrative Districts: 1945 Aug.         August 1945

CO 129/592/14       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Offences against the Members of the Forces: 1945 Aug.   August 1945

CO 129/592/15       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Military Courts: 1945 Aug.    August 1945

CO 129/592/16       Future Policy: Interpretation Proclamation: 1945 Aug.        August 1945

CO 129/592/17       Future Policy: Gazette Proclamation: 1945 Aug.  August 1945

CO 129/592/18       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Custodians of Property: 1945 Aug.         August 1945

CO 129/592/19       Future Policy and Draft Proclamations: Possession of Arms and Ammunition: 1945 Aug. August 1945

CO 129/592/20       Future Policy: Leasehold Proclamation: 1945 Aug.      August 1945

CO 129/592/21       Future Policy: Emergency Power Proclamation: 1945 Aug.         August 1945

CO 129/592/22       Future Policy: Emergency Rates Proclamation: 1945 Aug.  August 1945

CO 129/592/23       Future Policy: Crown Rents Proclamation: 1945 Aug. August 1945

CO 129/592/24       Future Immigration Control Policy: 1945 Oct. 10-Dec. 19 October 10-December 19, 1945

CO 129/593/1 Future Policy: Unofficial Views: 1946 June 18-Dec. 28        June 18-December 28, 1946

CO 129/593/2 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45. Includes 32 Photographs Depicting: [CN 3/45] Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University after Occupation and Internment. Portrait of Mr. Chan Kwan Po Who Kept the Library Intact during This Period. Dated 1945: 1945 Jan. 10-1946 Jan. 20   January 10, 1945-January 20, 1946

CO 129/593/3 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: 1946 Jan. 12-Oct. 27        January 12-October 27, 1946

CO 129/593/4 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: 1946 Oct. 27-1947 Jan. 30      October 27, 1946-January 30, 1947

CO 129/593/5 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: Provisional Powers Committee: 1946 Aug. 21-Dec. 23        August 21-December 23, 1946

CO 129/593/6 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: Advisory Committee Papers: 1939 Nov. 1946 May. 14         November, 1939-May 14, 1946

CO 129/594/1 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: Advisory Committee Report: 1946 Mar. 29-July 3        March 29-July 3, 1946

CO 129/594/2 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: Advisory Committee Report: 1946 July-Aug. 19   July-August 19, 1946

CO 129/594/3 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University. For Extracted Photographs See CN 3/45: Advisory Committee, Minutes of Meetings: 1946 Jan. 18-Apr. 9         January 18-April 9, 1946

CO 129/594/4 Lands and Survey Policy Directive: 1945 Feb. 21-Dec. 1      February 21-December 1, 1945

CO 129/594/5 Financial Policy Directive: 1945 Feb. 21-Oct. 6     February 21-October 6, 1945

CO 129/594/6 Brigadier D. M. MacDougall: Letters to Gent on Civil Affairs Administration: 1945 Sept. 15-Dec. 24       September 15-December 24, 1945

CO 129/594/7 Proposed Legislation to Regularise Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths in Stanley Internment Camp during Japanese Occupation: 1945 Oct. 16-1946 Dec. 19        October 16, 1945-December 19, 1946

CO 129/594/8 A G H Sment: Report on Medical Activities and Problems: 1945 Dec. 16-1946 Feb. 18         December 16, 1945-February 18, 1946

CO 129/594/9 Membership of Legislative and Executive Councils: 1945 Dec. 31-1947 Jan. 14         December 31, 1945-January 14, 1947

CO 129/595/1 Anti-British Feeling in China: Memorandum by J. V. Braga: 1946 Feb. 15-Aug. 15         February 15-August 15, 1946

CO 129/595/2 Financial Compensation for Married Officers Whose Families Were Evacuated in 1940-1: 1946 Feb. 21-1947 Jan.  February 21, 1946-January, 1947

CO 129/595/3 Proposed Introduction of Income Tax: 1946 Dec. 12-1947 Jan. 26    December 12, 1946-January 26, 1947

CO 129/595/4 Governor’s Report on Arrival in Hong Kong and Resumption of Duty: 1946 May 8-July 2         May 8-July 2, 1946

CO 129/595/5 Validity of Registration of Land during Japanese Occupation: 1945 Sept. 1946 April 26         September, 1945-April 26, 1946

CO 129/595/6 Building Reconstruction Advisory Committee Report: 1946 Apr. 9-1947 June 10     April 9, 1946-June 10, 1947

CO 129/595/7 Indemnity and Validating Ordinance, 1946: Correspondence: 1946 May 18-1947 Feb. 11         May 18, 1946-February 11, 1947

CO 129/595/8 United Nations Relief Rehabilitations Administration Supplies: 1946 May 10-1947 Jan. 1         May 10, 1946-January 1, 1947

CO 129/595/9 The British Military Administration of Hong Kong: Report, 1946: 1946 July 11-Sept. 2         July 11-September 2, 1946

CO 129/596/1 Strikes: 1948 Jan. 9-1950 Jan. 5     January 9, 1948-January 5, 1950

CO 129/596/2 Education Department, Annual Report 1947/8: Comments by Advisory Sub-Committee on Education in the Colonies: 1949 June 28-1950 Feb. 1     June 28, 1949-February 1, 1950

CO 129/596/3 Hong Kong University: Recognition of Wartime Training of Medical Students: 1946 Jan. 24-1949 Mar. 10     January 24, 1946-March 10, 1949

CO 129/596/4 Hong Kong University: Apprenticeship Scheme: 1947 Feb. 4-Sept. 3  February 4-September 3, 1947

CO 129/596/5 Hong Kong University: Apprenticeship Scheme: 1948 Oct. 28-Dec. 23       October 28-December 23, 1948

CO 129/596/6 Hong Kong University: Apprenticeship Scheme: 1949 May 11-Aug. 8         May 11-August 8, 1949

CO 129/596/7 Canton-Kowloon Railway: 1948 Feb. 6-Aug. 25   February 6-August 25, 1948

CO 129/597/1 Estimates 1948: 1946 Nov. 15-1948 June 12        November 15, 1946-June 12, 1948

CO 129/597/2 Estimates 1949: 1948 Mar. 1-1949 July 14    March 1, 1948-July 14, 1949

CO 129/597/3 Estimates 1950: 1949 Feb. 22-1950 Nov. 3  February 22, 1949-November 3, 1950

CO 129/598/1 Tai Lam Chung Reservoir Project: 1945 Dec. 19-1948 June 23    December 19, 1945-June 23, 1948

CO 129/598/2 Tai Lam Chung Reservoir Project: 1948 June 24-1949 Mar. 3      June 24, 1948-March 3, 1949

CO 129/598/3 Tai Lam Chung Reservoir Project: 1949 Mar. 17-1949 Oct. 7       March 17-October 7, 1949

CO 129/598/4 Salaries Commission: 1947 Jan. 11-Dec. 5    January 11-December 5, 1947

CO 129/599/1 Salaries Commission: 1947 Dec. 8-Dec. 22   December 8-22, 1947

CO 129/599/2 Salaries Commission: 1947 Report. (1) 1947

CO 129/599/3 Salaries Commission: 1947 Report: 1949 Feb. 2-Aug. 3       February 2-August 3, 1949

CO 129/599/4 Salaries Commission: 1947 Report. (2) 1947

CO 129/599/5 Salaries Commission: Appendices to Report         August 20-September 12, 1947

CO 129/600/1 Salaries Commission: Proposed Public Services Commission: 1947 Sept. 29 Dec. 28         September 29-December 28, 1947

CO 129/600/2 Salaries Commission: Proposed Public Services Commission: 1948 Jan. 20-Mar. 1         January 20-March 1, 1948

CO 129/600/3 Salaries Commission: Proposed Public Services Commission: 1949 Apr. 1-Dec. 31    April 1-December 31, 1949

CO 129/600/4 Salaries Commission: Comments on Report: 1947 Oct. 12-Dec. 15   October 12-December 15, 1947

CO 129/600/5 Salaries Commission: Remuneration of Women: 1947 Nov. 13-1948 May 9     November 13, 1947-May 9, 1948

CO 129/600/6 Salaries Commission: Remuneration of Women: 1948 Oct. 6-Oct. 30        October 6-30, 1948

CO 129/600/7 Salaries Commission: Remuneration of Women: 1950 Jan. 31   January 31, 1950

CO 129/601/1 Salaries Commission: Currency Basis of Emolument: 1948 Jan. 9-June 5   January 9-June 5, 1948

CO 129/601/2 Salaries Commission: Currency Basis of Emolument: 1949 Jan. 27-July 23        January 27-July 23, 1949

CO 129/601/3 Salaries Commission: Medical and Health Department: 1948 Feb. 21-Oct. 13  February 21-October 13, 1948

CO 129/601/4 Salaries Commission: Medical and Health Department: 1949 May 10-1950 Mar. 16         May 10, 1949-March 16, 1950

CO 129/601/5 Salaries Commission: Education Department: 1947 Dec. 30       December 30, 1947

CO 129/601/6 Salaries Commission: Promotions: 1948 Aug. 11-Sept. 17  August 11-September 17, 1948

CO 129/602/1 General Orders Relating to Government Quarters and Rent Allowance: 1946 Aug. 6-1947 Feb. 17    August 6, 1946-February 17, 1947

CO 129/602/2 General Orders Relating to Government Quarters and Rent Allowance: 1948 Jan. 6-1949 June 29    January 6, 1948-June 29, 1949

CO 129/602/3 Cost of Living Allowance: 1947 Jan. 30-Sept. 17  January 30-September 17, 1947

CO 129/602/4 Cost of Living Allowance: 1948 Mar. 27-Dec. 11  March 27-December 11, 1948

CO 129/602/5 Limits of Territorial Waters: 1949 Oct. 27-Dec. 9 October 27-December 9, 1949

CO 129/602/6 Harbour Department: Proposed Reorganisation: 1946 Oct. 17-1948 Jan. 8     October 17, 1946-January 8, 1948

CO 129/603/1 Education Department: Revised Grant Code: 1947 Feb. 5-1948 Apr. 14     February 5, 1947-April 14, 1948

CO 129/603/2 Education Department: Revised Grant Code: 1948 Apr. 5-1949 Jan. 6        April 5, 1948-January 6, 1949

CO 129/603/3 Education Department: Revised Grant Code: 1949 Jan. 24-Dec. 28   January 24-December 28, 1949

CO 129/603/4 Industrial Relations: Necessity for Introducing Arbitration Procedures: 1946 Oct. 16-Dec. 20    October 16-December 20, 1946

CO 129/603/5 Asiatic Emigration Amendment Ordinance 1947: 1947 Sept. 18-Oct. 8      September 18-October 8, 1947

CO 129/603/6 Legal Department: Staff Vacancies: 1949 Sept. 28-Nov. 24         September 28-November 24, 1949

CO 129/603/7 Legal Department: Reorganisation: 1948 Feb. 18-1949 Oct. 19 February 18, 1948-October 19, 1949

CO 129/603/8 Legal Department: Reorganisation: 1949 Mar. 17-Dec. 29 March 17-December 29, 1949

CO 129/604/1 Crown Leases: 1946 June 26-1947 Sept. 5    June 26, 1946-September 5, 1947

CO 129/604/2 Crown Leases: 1948 Feb. 23-Nov. 6      February 23-November 6, 1948

CO 129/604/3 Crown Leases: 1949 Mar. 19 March 19, 1949

CO 129/604/4 Immigration: Control over Entry from China: 1947 Mar. 7-Nov. 5      March 7-November 5, 1947

CO 129/604/5 Immigration: Control over Entry from China: 1948 Mar. 4-1949 Jan. 6      March 4, 1948-January 6, 1949

CO 129/604/6 Immigration: Control over Entry from China: 1947 Jan.-1950 Jan. 4  January, 1947-January 4, 1950

CO 129/604/7 Expulsion of Undesirables Ordinance 1949: 1949 Aug. 19-Dec. 16     August 19-December 16, 1949

CO 129/605/1 Annual Accounts: 1946-7: 1948 Sept. 9-1949 Mar. 14 September 9, 1948-March 14, 1949

CO 129/605/2 Annual Accounts: 1947-8: 1949 July 22-Sept. 20  July 22-September 20, 1949

CO 129/605/3 Chinese Charitable Funds and Other Deposit Accounts: 1948 May 13-Sept. 3   May 13-September 3, 1948

CO 129/605/4 Government Loans: 1946 July 12-1948 Jan. 6       July 12, 1946-January 6, 1948

CO 129/605/5 Government Loans: 1948 Feb. 4-1949 Jan. 8        February 4, 1948-January 8, 1949

CO 129/606/1 Treasury Control over Hong Kong Finances: 1944 Sept. 28-1947 Dec. 23  September 28, 1944-December 23, 1947

CO 129/606/2 Treasury Control over Hong Kong Finances: 1948 Jan. 22-Dec. 9       January 22-December 9, 1948

CO 129/606/3 Treasury Control over Hong Kong Finances: 1949 Jan. 14-Dec. 1       January 14-December 1, 1949

CO 129/606/4 Hong Kong Loan: Government Grant: 1947 Apr. 1-1948 Mar. 2  April 1, 1947-March 2, 1948

CO 129/606/5 Hong Kong Loan: Financial Settlement: 1948 Mar. 2-Oct. 4        March 2-October 4, 1948

CO 129/606/6 Hong Kong Loan: Financial Settlement: 1949 Mar. 7-Dec. 23      March 7-December 23, 1949

CO 129/607/1 Enquiry into Loss of Public Money: 1948 May 22-Oct. 26   May 22-October 26, 1948

CO 129/607/2 Military Administration: Accounts, Etc.: 1949 Feb. 3-Nov. 14     February 3-November 14, 1949

CO 129/607/3 Revenue Reward Fund: 1948 Nov. 11-Dec. 12      November 11-December 12, 1948

CO 129/607/4 Repatriation of Ex-internees: Financial Responsibility for Passages: 1949 Feb. 2-Dec. 29         February 2-December 29, 1949

CO 129/607/5 Police Department: Indian Section: 1946 Jan. 8-1947 Sept. 15   January 8, 1946-September 15, 1947

CO 129/607/6 Police Department: Indian Section: 1948 Jan. 11-1949 Apr. 7     January 11, 1948-April 7, 1949

CO 129/608/1 Police Department: European Inspectorate: 1947 Jan. 11-1948 Jan. 28    January 11, 1947-January 28, 1948

CO 129/608/2 Police Department: European Inspectorate: 1948 Feb. 18-1949 Jan. 8      February 18, 1948-January 8, 1949

CO 129/608/3 Occupation Reports: Education in Stanley Internment Camp: 1945 Nov. 7-1947 July 18         November 7, 1945-July 18, 1947

CO 129/608/4 Occupation Reports: Standard of Education among Children in Post-War Period: 1948 June 30-Aug. 25      June 30-August 25, 1948

CO 129/608/5 Future Policy: Port Administration: 1948 Mar. 20-Oct. 19   March 20-October 19, 1948

CO 129/608/6 Future Policy: Port Administration: 1949 Jan. 8-Mar. 10      January 8-March 10, 1949

CO 129/608/7 Future Policy: Report on Port Administration by Sir David Owen        December 9, 1932-November 29, 1946

CO 129/609/1 Future Policy: Port Harbour Development: 1947 Dec. 3-1948 Jan. 16        December 3, 1947-January 16, 1948

CO 129/609/2 Future Policy: Municipal Council Ordinance: 1947 June 19-Nov. 24   June 19-November 24, 1947

CO 129/609/3 Future Policy: Draft Municipal Council Ordinance: 1947      1947

CO 129/609/4 Future Policy: Draft Proclamation for Moratorium on Unsettled Debts: 1945 Aug. 24-1947 Feb. 22      August 24, 1945-February 22, 1947

CO 129/609/5 Future Policy: Press Accounts of Chinese Unrest over Kowloon Evictions: 1948 Jan. 19-Mar. 16       January 19-March 16, 1948

CO 129/609/6 Future Policy: Reuters Reports on Situation regarding Kowloon Evictions         1948

CO 129/609/7 Future Policy: New Territories, Replacement of Boundary Stones at Sha Tau Kok: 1948 Apr. 23-1949 Jan. 28       April 23, 1948-January 28, 1949

CO 129/609/8 Future Policy: General Views: 1948 June 3-Sept. 9       June 3-September 9, 1948

CO 129/610/1 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University: 1947 Jan. 3-Dec. 29     January 3-December 29, 1947

CO 129/610/2 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University: 1948 Jan. 9-1949 Jan. 18     January 9, 1948-January 18, 1949

CO 129/610/3 Rehabilitation of Hong Kong University: 1949 Feb. 15-1950 Feb. 7    February 15, 1949-February 7, 1950

CO 129/610/4 Hong Kong University: Institute of Chinese Studies: 1949 Mar. 28      March 28, 1949

CO 129/610/5 Marriages Solemnized in Stanley Camp during the Japanese Occupation and Subsequent Legislation for Divorce: 1947 Feb. 14-June 27      February 14-June 27, 1947

CO 129/610/6 Marriage (War Period) (Validity) Ordinance 1948: 1948 Apr. 26-June 25   April 26-June 25, 1948

CO 129/611/1 Hong Kong Electric & China Light & Power Company Ltd: 1945 Dec.-1947 May 2         December, 1945-May 2, 1947

CO 129/611/2 Liaison with British Embassy and Consulates in China: Appointment of Political Advisor: 1945 Sept.-1947 Oct. 20         September, 1945-October 20, 1947

CO 129/611/3 Weekly Summaries of Press Reports and Comments: 1946 Dec. 24-1947 Sept. 27         December 24, 1946-September 27, 1947

CO 129/611/4 Development Committee: Reports on Various Aspects: 1945 Dec. 11-1947 July 14         December 11, 1945-July 14, 1947

CO 129/611/5 Development Secretariat: Appointment of Registrar of Co-Operatives: 1947 Mar. 10-1948 Mar. 10     March 10, 1947-March 10, 1948

CO 129/611/6 Police Department: Gazetted Officers: 1945 Dec. 24-1948 Feb. 10    December 24, 1945-February 10, 1948

CO 129/611/7 Police Department: Gazetted Officers: 1948 Feb. 16-1950 July 22     February 16, 1948-July 22, 1950

CO 129/611/8 Police Department: Gazetted Officers: 1949 Jan. 7-1950 Feb. 11       January 7, 1949-February 11, 1950

CO 129/612/1 Police Department: Petition from European Members of Inspectorate: 1947 Jan. 21-1948 Feb. 17      January 21, 1947-February 17, 1948

CO 129/612/2 Police Department: Petition from European Members of Inspectorate: 1948 Jan. 29-1949 July 22       January 29, 1948-July 22, 1949

CO 129/612/3 Police Department: Petition from European Members of Inspectorate: 1949 July 20-1950 Jan. 20      July 20, 1949-January 20, 1950

CO 129/612/4 Administrative Service: Proposal to Increase Establishment: 1947 May 18-Dec. 22 May 18-December 22, 1947

CO 129/612/5 Administrative Service: Proposal to Increase Establishment: 1945 Jan. 10-1949 Feb. 11         January 10, 1945-February 11, 1949

CO 129/613/1 Seminary of Dominican Fathers, Rosary Hill: 1948 Apr. 7-1949 Oct. 11      April 7, 1948-October 11, 1949

CO 129/613/2 Stanley Internment Camp: Disposal of Private Papers: 1948 Feb. 25-Aug. 5      February 25-August 5, 1948

CO 129/613/3 Scheme for Reclamation of Southern Shore of Deep Bay: 1946 Sept. 4-1947 Nov. 19         September 4, 1946-November 19, 1947

CO 129/613/4 Transfer of Registration of China Companies from the United Kingdom to Hong Kong: 1946 Apr. 16-1948 Feb. 3        April 16, 1946-February 3, 1948

CO 129/613/5 Transfer of Registration of China Companies from the United Kingdom to Hong Kong: 1945 Feb. 25-Dec. 4        February 25-December 4, 1945

CO 129/613/6 Arrest of Members of the Kwang Tung Provincial Peace Preservation Corps: 1947 Jan. 10-Nov. 25      January 10-November 25, 1947

CO 129/613/7 Incidents against River Steamers: S. S. KWANG TUNG; S. S. SAION; S. S. WUSUCH: 1947 Feb. 4-Nov. 22         February 4-November 22, 1947

CO 129/613/8 Reports on Kwang Tung Incident: 1948 Feb. 1-June 2  February 1-June 2, 1948

CO 129/614/1 Commission of Inquiry into Fire at West Point: Report: 1949 May 26-Dec. 22  May 26-December 22, 1949

CO 129/614/2 Visit of Sir Patrick Abercrombie to Advise on Town Planning: 1946 Nov. 28-1947 Dec. 5         November 28, 1946-December 5, 1947

CO 129/614/3 Visit of Sir Patrick Abercrombie to Advise on Town Planning: 1948 Jan. 4-1949 Jan. 10         January 4, 1948-January 10, 1949

CO 129/614/4 Visit of Sir Patrick Abercrombie to Advise on Town Planning: 1949 Jan. 18-1950 May 19         January 18, 1949-May 19, 1950

CO 129/614/5 Protected Places (Safety) Ordinance 1946: Proposed Revision: 1946 Sept. 26-1948 Jan. 15    September 26, 1946-January 15, 1948

CO 129/614/6 Protected Places (Safety) (Amendment) Ordinance 1947: 1948 Jan. 5-Oct. 13  January 5-October 13, 1948

CO 129/615/1 Labour Department: Future Development: 1946 June 13-1947 Nov. 11     June 13, 1946-November 11, 1947

CO 129/615/2 Income Tax: 1947 Mar. 10-1948 Feb. 6 March 10, 1947-February 6, 1948

CO 129/615/3 Income Tax: 1948 Feb. 24-Aug. 12        February 24-August 12, 1948

CO 129/615/4 Harbour Craft Used by Hong Kong Government: Financial Arrangements: 1948 Jan. 30-1949 Jan. 12      January 30, 1948-January 12, 1949

CO 129/615/5 Harbour Craft Used by Hong Kong Government: Financial Arrangements: 1949 Jan. 11-1950 Jan. 27      January 11, 1949-January 27, 1950

CO 129/615/6 Royal Institute of International Affairs: Paper on Future of Hong Kong: 1947 Dec. 30-1948 Jan. 8         December 30, 1947-January 8, 1948

CO 129/615/7 Crown Lands: 1946 July 7-1947 Sept. 25       July 7, 1946-September 25, 1947

CO 129/615/8 Crown Lands: 1948 June 18-July 24       June 18-July 24, 1948

CO 129/615/9 Crown Lands: 1949 Apr. 12-Sept. 28      April 12-September 28, 1949

CO 129/616/1 Correspondence on the Production of a Cantonese-English Dictionary; Report on a Tour of South East Asia, the Far East and Australia to Survey the Results of Wartime Language Courses in Japanese, Chinese and Malay, by Professor R. D. Edwards, School of Oriental and African Studies: 1946-1947       1946-1947

CO 129/616/2 Hong Kong War Memorial Fund (Amendment) Ordinance 1948: 1948 Feb. 6-Nov. 16         February 6-November 16, 1948

CO 129/616/3 Prevention of Corruption Ordinance, 1948: 1948 Aug. 7-Oct. 21      August 7-October 21, 1948

CO 129/616/4 Public Order Ordinance, 1948: 1948 Nov. 13-1949 Feb. 7   February 7, 1849-November 13, 1948

CO 129/616/5 Public Order Ordinance, 1948: Proposed Amendments: 1949 Mar. 16-June 2   March 16-June 2, 1949

CO 129/616/6 Hotels Ordinance, 1949: 1949 Feb. 21-July  February 21-July, 1949

CO 129/617/1 Repairs to Statue of Queen Victoria. For Extracted Photographs. Includes 9 Photographs Depicting: [CN 3/46] Hong Kong: Statue of Queen Victoria, Showing Missing Parts. Dated 1947: 1946 Dec. 31-1947 June 21     December 31, 1946-June 21, 1947

CO 129/617/2 Hong Kong Telephone Company: 1947 Feb. 22-Nov. 3        February 22-November 3, 1947

CO 129/617/3 New American Consulate Building: Proposed Site: 1947 Mar. 28-Oct. 4    March 28-October 4, 1947

CO 129/617/4 New American Consulate Building: Lease for Site: 1949 Apr. 19-July 11    April 19-July 11, 1949

CO 129/617/5 Deportation Orders against Yam Shuk Wong, Kin Tse, Yui Chung, Fong Siu, Madame Lui Sze: 1947 Apr. 18-1949 Feb. 25      April 18, 1947-February 25, 1949

CO 129/617/6 Development: Recommendations of Hong Kong Colonial Development and Welfare Committee: 1947 July 18-Dec. 23 July 18-December 23, 1947

CO 129/617/7 Development: Possible Implementation of CD and W Committee Recommendations: 1948 Feb. 18-Oct. 12      February 18-October 12, 1948

CO 129/618/1 Institute of Medical Research: Proposed Construction: 1947 Apr. 21-Dec. 5     April 21-December 5, 1947

CO 129/618/2 University of Hong Kong: Grants and Financial Assistance: 1947 Sept. 26-Sept. 29         September 26-29, 1947

CO 129/618/3 University of Hong Kong: Grants and Financial Assistance: 1948 May 6-June 10       May 6-June 10, 1948

CO 129/618/4 University of Hong Kong: Conversion of Tung Wah Eastern Hospital into a Teaching Hospital: 1949 Feb. 17-Sept. 27     February 17-September 27, 1949

CO 129/618/5 University of Hong Kong: Proposed Grant for Rebuilding and Development: 1949 Mar. 28-Sept. 27      March 28-September 27, 1949

CO 129/618/6 Proposed Reclamation of Additional Building Sites: 1948 Mar. 3-Sept. 8   March 3-September 8, 1948

CO 129/618/7 Port Administration Inquiry Committee: Report and Minutes of Meetings: 1945-1946         1945-1946

CO 129/619/1 Parliamentary Delegation to China: 1947 Sept. 1-Dec. 23  September 1-December 23, 1947

CO 129/619/2 Marine Court of Inquiry to Investigate Stranding of S. S. HONG KHENG: 1947 Aug. 15-Aug. 26       August 15-26, 1947

CO 129/619/3 Marine Court of Inquiry to Investigate Stranding of S.S. HONG KHENG: Proceedings         n.d.

CO 129/619/4 Department of Supplies, Trade and Industry: Organization and Finance: 1949 Mar. 19-Mar. 31       March 19-31, 1949

CO 129/619/5 Kai Tak Airfield: Extension during Japanese Occupation: 1949 May 2-Aug. 10  May 2-August 10, 1949

CO 129/619/6 Kai Tak Airfield: Petition regarding Compensation for Loss of Property: 1948 Apr. 15-June 3         April 15-June 3, 1948

CO 129/619/7 Wah Yau College: Grant of Land to Replace Existing Building: 1948 May 18-June 17         May 18-June 17, 1948

CO 129/619/8 Wah Yau College: Request to Extend Land Grant: 1949 June 16-July 1       June 16-July 1, 1949

CO 129/619/9 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: 1948 June 30-Aug. 11  June 30-August 11, 1948

CO 129/620/1 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Nam Pak Hong Association: 1948 July 20-Aug. 21       July 20-August 21, 1948

CO 129/620/2 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Methodist Missionary Society: 1948 July 22-Aug. 30       July 22-August 30, 1948

CO 129/620/3 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Methodist Missionary Society: 1949 July 22-Aug. 8         July 22-August 8, 1949

CO 129/620/4 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Kun Hang Public School Committee: 1948 July 24-Aug. 25      July 24-August 25, 1948

CO 129/620/5 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Cable & Wireless Limited: 1948 Sept. 10-Oct. 6 September 10-October 6, 1948

CO 129/620/6 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. Includes a Plan: 1948 Nov. 16-1949 Jan. 7     November 16, 1948-January 7, 1949

CO 129/620/7 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital: 1948 Nov. 16-1949 Jan. 7       November 16, 1948-January 7, 1949

CO 129/620/8 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Po Kok Free School: 1948 Nov. 29-Dec. 30    November 29-December 30, 1948

CO 129/620/9 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Po Kok Free School: 1949 May 27-June 14    May 27-June 14, 1949

CO 129/620/10       Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Chinese Golden Silver Exchange Society: 1948 Dec. 30-1949 Jan. 7         December 30, 1948-January 7, 1949

CO 129/620/11       Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Salvation Army: 1949 Jan. 12-Jan. 28    January 12-28, 1949

CO 129/620/12       Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children: 1949 Jan. 22-Mar. 1 January 22-March 1, 1949

CO 129/621/1 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: to Bishop of Hong Kong (Rt. Rev. H. Valtorta): 1949 May 18-June 3       May 18-June 3, 1949

CO 129/621/2 Grant of Land to London Missionary Society: Salesian Society: 1949 June 30 July 29         June 30-July 29, 1949

CO 129/621/3 Grant of Land: to Mr. J. H. Ruttonjee: 1949 July 22-Aug. 19        July 22-August 19, 1949

CO 129/621/4 Grant of Land: to Precious Blood Hospital: 1949 Sept. 5-Oct. 3 September 5-October 3, 1949

CO 129/621/5 Grant of Land: to General Conference Corporation of Seventh Day Adventists: 1949 Sept. 20-Oct. 11       September 20-October 11, 1949

CO 129/621/6 Grant of Land: to the China Light & Power Company: 1949 Sept. 20-1950 Jan. 21         September 20, 1949-January 21, 1950

CO 129/621/7 Grant of Land: to Chinese Church Body of Chinese Anglican Church: 1949 Oct. 17-Oct. 31    October 17-31, 1949

CO 129/621/8 Grant of Land: to Hong Kong Electric Company: 1949 Nov. 12-Nov. 26     November 12-26, 1949

CO 129/621/9 Grant of Land: to the Lok Shin Tong: 1948 June 8-June 24  June 8-24, 1948

CO 129/621/10       Democratic Socialist Party of China: 1948 July 30        July 30, 1948

CO 129/621/11       War Damage Compensation: 1948 Apr. 2-Apr. 21         April 2-21, 1948

CO 129/621/12       War Damage Compensation: 1949 May 19-Oct. 7       May 19-October 7, 1949

CO 129/621/13       War Damage Compensation: Individual Claims: 1949 Jan. 3-Oct. 28 January 3-October 28, 1949

CO 129/622/1 War Damage Compensation: U.S.S.R. Claims: 1948 May 25-1949 Jan. 22         May 25, 1948-January 22, 1949

CO 129/622/2 War Damage Compensation: U. S. S. R. Claims: 1949 Jan. 4-Sept. 22        January 4-September 22, 1949

CO 129/622/3 War Damage Compensation: Requisitioned Railway Stores and Materials: 1948 Jan. 19-Dec. 31       January 19-December 31, 1948

CO 129/622/4 War Damage Compensation: Requisitioned Railway Stores and Materials: 1949 Jan. 28-1950 Feb. 16      January 28, 1949-February 16, 1950

CO 129/622/5 Public Utility Companies: 1948 Nov. 16         November 16, 1948

CO 129/622/6 Claims of War Supplies to Eastern Group Supply Council: 1949 Jan. 21-Dec. 23         January 21-December 23, 1949

CO 129/622/7 Department of Commerce and Industry: Reorganisation and Annual Report: 1949 Apr. 4-1950 Feb. 20        April 4, 1949-February 20, 1950

CO 129/622/8 Pre-War Claim on Admiralty for Supply of Flour: 1949 Oct. 21-1950 Mar. 9     October 21, 1949-March 9, 1950

CO 129/622/9 Material for ‘Vetting’ for Lecture: 1949 Nov. 9-Nov. 14      November 9-14, 1949

CO 129/623/1 Rubber Industry: Report and Correspondence on the Labour Situation: 1950 Apr.-1951 Jan.  April, 1950-January, 1951

CO 129/623/2 Rubber Industry: Report and Correspondence on the Labour Situation: 1950 Dec.-1951 Mar. December, 1950-March, 1951

CO 129/623/3 Supplementary Expenditure: General Correspondence on the Allocation of Funds and an Annual Report for the Year Ending March 1949: 1950 Mar.-Sept.       March-September, 1950

CO 129/623/4 Supplementary Expenditure: Includes an Annual Report for the Year Ending March 1950: 1950 Dec.-1951 Nov.      December, 1950-November, 1951

CO 129/623/5 Supplementary Expenditure: Grants and Loans to Schools: 1950 Mar.       March 1950

CO 129/623/6 Education Department: Annual Report: 1950 May-Dec.      May-December, 1950

CO 129/623/7 Japanese Activities in Hong Kong: Possible Opening of a Japanese Bank: 1950 Oct.-1952 Apr.  October, 1950-April, 1951

CO 129/623/8 Estimates of Expenditure: Includes a Report for the Year Ending March 1951: 1949 Dec.-1951 Mar.       December, 1949-March, 1951

CO 129/623/9 Estimates of Expenditure: Includes a Report for the Year Ending March 1952: 1951 Feb.-Nov.         February-November, 1951

CO 129/624/1 Estimates: Forecasts for the Treasury: 1951 Oct.-Nov.        October-November, 1951

CO 129/624/2 Medical Reports: 1951 July-Aug.   July-August, 1951

CO 129/624/3 Public Services Commission: Formation: 1950 Jan.-Dec.     January-December, 1950

CO 129/624/4 Public Services Commission: Appointment of Chairman: 1950 Dec.-1951 June December, 1950-June, 1951

CO 129/624/5 Grant Code: 1950 June   June 1950

CO 129/624/6 Crown Leases: 1950 Feb.-Sept.     February-September, 1950

CO 129/624/7 Crown Leases: 1950 Apr.-1951 Feb.      April, 1950-February, 1951

CO 129/624/8 Immigration Control: Expulsion of Undesirables: 1949 Aug.-1951 Jan.      August, 1949-January, 1951

CO 129/624/9 Finances: Annual Account: 1948-1949  1948-1949

CO 129/624/10       Finances: Annual Account: 1949-1950  1949-1950

CO 129/624/11       Finances: Financial Settlement: 1950 Jan.-June   January-June, 1950

CO 129/624/12       Finances: Military Administration: 1951 Mar.-Dec.      March-December, 1951

CO 129/624/13       Finances: Financial Conference of 1950; Correspondence: 1951 Jan.-Dec.         January-December, 1951

CO 129/624/14       Finances: Relief Stores, ‘Hangover’ Stores and Siamese Free Rice: 1948 July-1951 Dec. July, 1948-December, 1951

CO 129/625/1 Trading Reserve Fund: 1950 May-1951 Oct. May, 1950-October, 1951

CO 129/625/2 Finance: Revenue Equalization Fund: 1951 Jan.-Dec.  January-December, 1951

CO 129/625/3 Hong Kong University: Rehabilitation (1950): 1950 Jan.-1951 Jan.     January, 1950-January, 1951

CO 129/625/4 Hong Kong University: Rehabilitation (1951): 1950 Dec.-1951 Nov.   December, 1950-November, 1951

CO 129/625/5 Hong Kong University: Establishment Fund: 1950 Mar.-1951 Jan.     March, 1950-January, 1951

CO 129/625/6 Hong Kong University: Endowment Fund: 1951 May-Sept. May-September, 1951

CO 129/625/7 Hong Kong University: Provisional Powers Committee: 1950 Mar.-1951 Dec.  March, 1950-December, 1951

CO 129/625/8 Hong Kong University: Institute of Chinese Studies; Includes a Report on the Death of John K Rideout: 1950 Feb.-Apr.      February-April, 1950

CO 129/625/9 Kuomintang Activities: 1951 Nov.-1952 Jan.         November, 1951-January, 1952

CO 129/625/10       Government House Servants: Pension Rights: 1950 May-July     May-July, 1950

CO 129/625/11       Appointment of an Aide-De-Camp to the Governor: 1951 July-Sept. July-September, 1951

CO 129/626/1 Port Stanley Internment Camp: Financial Transactions: 1950 Jan.-June     January-June, 1950

CO 129/626/2 Movement of Dangerous Goods around Hong Kong: 1951 Jan.-Apr. January-April, 1951

CO 129/626/3 Labour Department: Report to Labour Commissioner: 1951 Mar.-1952 June    March, 1951-June, 1952

CO 129/626/4 Harbour Craft: 1950 Jan.-July        January-July, 1950

CO 129/626/5 Crown Lands: 1950 Jan.-1951 Aug.       January, 1950-August, 1951

CO 129/626/6 Crown Lands: 1951 July-1951 Sept        July-September, 1951

CO 129/626/7 Hong Kong War Memorial Fund: 1951 Aug.-1952 Jan.         August, 1951-January, 1952

CO 129/626/8 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: General Correspondence: 1951 Feb.-Nov.         February-November, 1951

CO 129/626/9 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Wholesale Vegetable Marketing Scheme: 1951 Feb.-Nov.       February-November, 1951

CO 129/626/10       Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Constructions of Piers to Improve Communications: 1950 Feb.-1951 Feb.         February, 1950-February, 1951

CO 129/626/11       Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Construction of Piers and Maintenance of Survey Party: 1951 Apr.-Sept.     April-September, 1951

CO 129/626/12       Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Fisheries: 1950 Feb.-1951 Mar.         February, 1950-March, 1951

CO 129/627/1 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Economic and Social Survey, New Territories: 1950 Feb.-1951 July     February, 1950-July, 1951

CO 129/627/2 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Fertilizer Factory New Territories, Contains Drawings: 1950 Dec.-1952 Jan.     December, 1950-January, 1952

CO 129/627/3 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Housing Project, Contains Drawings: 1951 Feb.-Oct. February-October, 1951

CO 129/627/4 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Argyle Street Explosion: Correspondence on Claims and Enquiries: 1946 June-1951 July      June, 1946-July, 1951

CO 129/627/5 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Annual Report to Parliament: 1951 Jan.-Mar. January-March, 1951

CO 129/627/6 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Grants of Land: 1951 Jan.-Nov.         January-November, 1951

CO 129/627/7 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Grants of Land: New Territories: 1950 Dec.-1951 Dec.       December, 1950-December, 1951

CO 129/627/8 Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme: Sale of Land to Hong Kong Sanitorium and Hospital: 1951 Mar.-May        March-May, 1951

CO 129/627/9 Land Grants: Salesian Society: 1951 Aug.     August 1951

CO 129/627/10       Land Grants: Church of England Trustees: 1950 Mar.-Apr.   March-April, 1950

CO 129/627/11       Land Grants: Rotary Club of Kowloon: 1950 May-June        May-June, 1950

CO 129/627/12       Land Grants: Sheko Inhabitants Association: 1950 May-June      May-June, 1950

CO 129/627/13       Land Grants: The Chinese Baptist Church: 1950 May-June  May-June, 1950

CO 129/628/1 Land Grants: The Norwegian Seamans Mission: 1950 June         June 1950

CO 129/628/2 Land Grants: True Light Middle School: 1950 June       June 1950

CO 129/628/3 Land Grants: Church Missionary Trust Association: 1950 Aug.    August 1950

CO 129/628/4 Recreation Grounds: Grants of Land to Clubs: 1950 Aug.-1951 Oct.  August, 1950-October, 1951

CO 129/628/5 Land Grants: Church Missionary Society Day Schools Committee: 1950 Aug.-Sept.         August-September, 1950

CO 129/628/6 Land Grants: The China Light and Power Company: 1950 Sept.  September 1950

CO 129/628/7 Land Grants: The Tung Wah Hospital: 1950 Oct.  October 1950

CO 129/628/8 Land Grants: Lanto Island for Trappist Monastery: 1951 Mar.-May    March-May, 1951

CO 129/628/9 Land Grants: Diocesan School and Orphanage: 1951 Apr.-May  April-May, 1951

CO 129/628/10       Land Grants: War Damage Compensation: Individual Claims: 1950 Jan.-1951 Mar.         January, 1950-March, 1951

CO 129/628/11       Land Grants: War Damage Compensation: Individual Claims: 1951 Mar.   March 1951

CO 129/628/12       Land Grants: War Damage Compensation: USSR Claims: 1950 Jan.-May         January-May, 1950

CO 129/628/13       Land Grants: Compensation: Requisitioned Railway Materials and Stores: 1950 Feb.-1951 Apr.         February, 1950-April, 1951

CO 129/628/14       Land Grants: Compensation: Requisitioned Railway Materials and Stores: 1951 Mar.-Nov.        March-November, 1951

CO 129/629/1 Land Grants: United Kingdom Private Chattels Scheme: Claims from Persons Not Resident in the United Kingdom: 1948 July-1952 Jan. July, 1948-January, 1952

CO 129/629/2 Land Grants: Arrangements for the Reception of the Hong Kong Delegation to the British Industries Fair: 1950 Apr.-July     April-July, 1950

CO 129/629/3 Land Grants: Commerce and Industry Department: 1950 Feb.-Oct.   February-October, 1950

CO 129/629/4 Land Grants: Commerce and Industry Department: Supplies Branch. Includes a Statement of Accounts for May 1946-March 1950, and for the Year Ending March 1951: 1951 Nov.-1952 Jan.        November, 1951-January, 1952

CO 129/629/5 Land Grants: Purchase of the Law and Sayer Picture Collection by the Government of Hong Kong: 1951 June-Dec.  June-December, 1951

CO 129/629/6 Land Grants: Claims against the Admiralty: 1950 Mar.         March 1950

CO 129/629/7 Land Grants: Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees: Financial Assistance from the International Red Cross: 1950 Jan.-1951 Jan.       January, 1950-January, 1951

CO 129/629/8 Land Grants: Social Policy: 1949 Dec.-1951 Dec. December, 1949-December, 1951

CO 129/629/9 Land Grants: Occupation Period Pay: 1950 Mar.-May March-May, 1950

CO 129/629/10       Land Grants: Tuberculosis: 1950 July-1951 Oct.   July, 1950-October, 1951

CO 129/629/11       Land Grants: Manufacture of Shirts: 1950 Jan.-Nov.   January-November, 1950

CO 129/629/12       Land Grants: War Risk Insurance: Availability of Contractors Plant: 1951 Feb.-May         February-May, 1951

CO 129/629/13       Land Grants: Salesian Society Activities: 1951 Feb.-Mar.     February-March, 1951

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