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(1)Every advertisement is to state—
1.The objects of the intended application, specifying any of the following objects, when comprised among the objects of the application:
(a)Extension of time for the completion of any works already authorized:
(b)Power for a company to amalgamate with another:
(c)Power to sell, purchase, lease, or take on lease an undertaking:
(d)Amendment or repeal of any local or special Act of Parliament, or of any former provisional order:
(e)Power to levy any tolls, rates, or duties, or to alter any existing tolls, rates, or duties:
(f)The conferring, varying, or extinguishing of any exemption from tolls, rates, or duties, or of any other right or privilege:
(g)Constitution or alteration of constitution of any harbour authority.
2.A general description of the nature of the proposed new works, if any.
3.The [F1names of the parishes, townlands, townships, and extra-parochial places][F1name of place and of the area of the regional or islands council] in which the proposed new works, if any, will be made.
4.The times and places at which the deposit under part II. of this schedule will be made.
5.An office, either in London, or at the place to which the intended application relates, at which printed copies of the draft provisional order, when deposited, will be purchaseable as hereinafter provided.
(2)The whole notice is to be included in one advertisement, which is to be headed with a short title descriptive of the undertaking or application.
(3)The advertisement is to be inserted once at least in each of two successive weeks in some one and the same newspaper published in the [F2city, town, or] place where the proposed works will be made, or where the pier or harbour to which the intended application relates is situate; or if there be no such newspaper, then in some one and the same newspaper published [F3in the county in which such city, town, or][F3or circulating in the area of the regional or islands council in which such] place, or some part thereof, is situate; [F2or if there be none, then in some one and the same newspaper published in some adjoining or neighbouring county.]
(4)The advertisement is also in every case to be inserted once at least in the London Gazette if the place to which the intended application relates is situate in England or Wales, in the Edinburgh Gazette if such place is situate in Scotland, or in the [F4Belfast] Gazette if such place is situate in Ireland.
(1)The promoters are to deposit—
1.A copy of the advertisement published by them.
2.A proper plan and section of the proposed new works, if any; such plan and section to be prepared according to such regulations as may from time to time be made by the Board of Trade in that behalf.
(2)The documents aforesaid are to be deposited for public inspection—
1.In England or Ireland, in the office of the clerk of the peace for every county, riding, or division; in Scotland, in the office of the principal sheriff clerk for every county, district, or division,—in which any proposed new work will be made, or in which the pier or harbour to which the intended application relates, or any part thereof, is situate.
2.At the custom house, if any, of the port, sub-port, or creek to which the intended application relates.
(3)The documents aforesaid are also to be deposited in the offices of . . . F5 the Board of Trade.
(1)The promoters are to deposit at the office of the Board of Trade—
1.A memorial of the promoters, signed by them or one of them, headed with a short title descriptive of the undertaking or application (corresponding with that at the head of the advertisement), addressed to the Board of Trade, and praying for a provisional order.
2.A printed draft of the provisional order as proposed by the promoters.
3.An estimate of the expense of the proposed new works, if any, signed by the person making the same.
(2)They are also to deposit printed copies of the draft provisional order for public inspection at the custom-house (if any) at the port, subport, or creek to which the application relates.
(3)They are also to deposit a sufficient number of such printed copies at the office named in that behalf in the advertisement; such copies to be there furnished to all persons applying for them at the price of not more than [F65p] each.
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