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UTTAR PpADESH GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1965
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR OF TRADE UNIONS,
UTTAR PRADESH, KANPUR
Given under i
17 hand and tho farjal of tho Court this
Whernas the Allahabad Water Works Labour Union, Allahabad
registered undor no. 499 of 1948-49 as a Trade Union under section B
of the Indian Trade Unions Act, 1926 (XVI of 1926) con-
travened tho provisions of section 28 of the said Act by failing
to submit to the undersigned its correct annual return for the
year ending on March 31, 1954, by July 31, 1954, the date prescri-
bed by regulation 17 of the Regulations framed under the Indian
Trade Unions Act, 1926, a notice under section 10(6) of the said Act
was issued to tho said Union to show cause, within two months
of the service of the notice, why the certificate of its registration
should not be cancelled, The period of tho notice expired on Feb-
ruary 27, 1955. Tho correct annual return for the year described
abovo has not been furnished even up to this date.
Nn satisfactory raus", having boon shown, the certificate of
racist-ration of the Allahabad Water Works Labour Union, Allah-
abad is hereby cancelled under section 10(6) of the Indian Trade
Unions Act, 1926.
The President of the Union, Sri Masuriya Din, UJ.L.A!., and the
Secretary, Sri Puadhey Shyam Verma, are also hereby warned that
this time only the registration certificate of the union s cancelled
for non-submission of the Return by the prescribed date. In future
legal action will be taken against the office bearers of the Union,
under section 31 of the Indian Trade Unions Act, 1926, in the event
of recurrance of such a default.
WHEHEAB the Moorut-Bulandfihahr Motor Association, Meerut
rcEiatered undor no. 1206 of 1953-54, as a Trade Union under
section 8 of the Indian Trade Unions Act, 1926 (XVI of 1926)
contravened the provisions of section 28 of the said Act by failing
to submit to the undersigned its correct annual return for the year
ondingon March 31, 1954, by July 31, 1954, the date prescribed
by regulation ]7 of the Regulation framed under the Indian Trade
Unions Act, 1926, a notice under section 10(6) of the said Act was
issued to the said Union to show cause, within two months of the
service of the notice, why the certificate of its registration should not
be cancelled. The period of the notice expired on March 13,
1955. The correct annual return for the year described above
has not bteen furnished even up to this date.
No cause/satisfactory causo, having been shown, the certi-
ficate of registration of the Meerut-Bulandshahr Motor Associa-
tion, Moorut, is hereby cancelled under section 10(6) of the Indian
Trade Unions Act, 1926.
The President of the Union, Sri Gauri Shanker Lai Gupta, and
tho Secretary/General Secretary, SnMahfuz Zanare also hereby
warned that this timo only the registration certificate of the Union
is cancelled for non-submission of the Return by the prescribed
date In future legal action will be taken against the office
bearers of tho Union, under section 31 of the Indian Trade Unions
Act, 1926, in tho oVent of recurrence of such a default.
M. C. PANT,
a. L. NANDKEOLYAR.
•2ii(J Addl. Mvt'uf.
e 27, 195B.
BE it known that Shri Redar Nath Mehrotra is not in our
employment since June 24, 1965.
Proprietor JOT Qijtland.
IN THE COURT OF THE SECOND ADDITIONAL MUNSIF
Title suit NO. S22/20 of 1954/55
In, the maoter of—
Gyan Singh Gowala and others .. D*f«n*a&.
rTo-(l) Dev Raj Karsanji, eon of Karsanji and (2)
Bechan Karsan, Mistri, son of Karaon, Mistn, deceased*
both ^yfaT4 Hindu, residents of Morvx pergana and police
sSon Morvi, in the State of Saurashtra.]
WSBKEAB the plaintiff has instituted the present suit for recovery
nflZ^stsaion and declaration of title o» plot no. l07(-34) and plot
no^O 4Sa S. ± of ma,uza. Lewabad^paig^a Jharia and
of the aforesaid auit has
22, 1955andin default of appearance onthe date
suit will be heard * putt agamst you.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition for the winding up of the
abovenamed company ( U. P. Oil Industries Ltd.) by the High-
Court of Judicature at Allahabad was on the seventeenth day of
March, 1955, presented to the said Court by Rr.ni Shashi Prabhn
Kuinari of Tirwa, residing at 10 Faizabad Road, Lucknow, a creditor
of t'lB said company and that the said petition is directed to be heaid
before the Court on the 12th day of Augu&t, 1955, and pny creditor
or contributory of the said company desirous of opposing an order of
winding up of tho said Company under the above _4cr should appear
at the time of hearing by himself or his Advocate for that
purpose; and a copy of the petition will bp furnuhccl to nny creditor
or contributory of the said company rcquring the earnc, by the
undersigned on payment of the prescribed charges for the same.
Pur RANI SHASHI PRABHA KUMARI,
IN THE COURT OP THE INSOLVENCY (C'lVIJ, JIXGE)
Present — SEI S. IB AD AU, Judge.
insolvency Petition no. 5 of 195
Miscellaneous Case no. 54 of 1954
In the matter of —
Ghasi, son of Korim Bukash, caste Sheikh,
resident of Delui Deri, Bulandahahr, insolvent .. Applicant.
Take notice that the abovenamed insolvent Lae applied at the
Court for his discharge, and that the Court has fixed the 23rd (twenty-
third) day of July, 1955, at 10 o'clock for hearing the application,
Dated this 2nd day of June, 1955.
S. IB AD ALI
IN TKE COURT OF THE DISTRICT JUDGE OF KUMAOtt
Insolvency Case no. 1 of 1955(N)
In the matter of—
(1) Messrs. Jangali Mai Pawan Kumar, Cloth Com-
mission Agents, Delhi, Katra Lacthu Singh,near
Fountain Chandni Chowk, Delhi, (through Pawan
Kumar), aged 40 years, son of L. Anup Singh, partner
of the firm. (2) Messrs. Manik Lai Ram Narain,
Cloth Commission Agents, Ahtnadabad, (through
Sri Manik Lai, son of Sri Ganga Dhar, aged 67 years,
partner of the firm) .. .. .. Applicants,
Messrs. Rup Kishore Murari Lai, Cloth Merchants, Ka-
shipur, district Naini Tal, (1) Sri Rup Kishore, son of
Baldeo Das, (2) SriMurari Lai, son of Sri Raja Ram,
and (3) Sri Brahma, son of Sri Murari Lai Vaish,
Kashipur, co-parceners of the above firm, resi-
dents of Kashipxir, district Nami Tal ,. Opposite
PtrBBTj-ANT to B petition, dated the 2Sth Mawht19fiS, made
by the abovenamed applicants for adjudging the opposite.partiCE
insolvent and on reading the statements of the parties and hearing
the counsel for the parties it is ordered that the opposite-parties
are hereby adjudged insolvents. The insolvents are allowed one
year's time to apply for discharge.
Given under my hand and Spjjl of iho Court this, the 30th day
of June, 195G.
M. N. SAH,