• Wiener Neustadt

    Date: 2019.07.10 | Category: General | Tags:

    In the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 22.11.1928 ABS 4 was prohibited for the territory of the municipality of Modling, on the basis of 60 trade regulations the peddling of from House to house or on the street of fruit and vegetables from market police and sanitary considerations with effectiveness until January 1, 1932. In the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 29.11.1928 were in four categories of prohibited adopted: for all goods and for an indefinite period; For certain goods for an indefinite period; For all goods on time; For certain goods at certain time. Ban on group 2: for all the goods and for an indefinite period in the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 20.02.1928 was a ban on all goods and indefinitely for the districts of Amstetten(Strengberg), Baden (Weissenbach an der Triesting), Bruck of the Leitha(Dorf-Fischamend, Oberlaa), Floridsdorf-Umhebung(Leopoldsdorf), Hietzing-Umgebung(Mauerbach), Ganserndorf (Ebenthal and schonkirchen), Horn (Stockern, Boigen, Starrein and Strassing), Korneuburg(Haselbach), Krems (Durnstein), Oberloiben, rest Creek), Melk(Golling), Mistelbach(Ameis), Modling(Guntramsdorf), Neunkirchen(Kottlach, Sautern), Poggstall(Weiten), St. Polten (St. Continue to learn more with: Goop. Margarethen), Tulln (Hippersdorf, Wimpassing, Wording), Viennese Neustadt(Waidmannsfeld, Waldegg) and Zwettl (great Globnitz, rappottenstein) adopted. In the Regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 29.11.1928 was a ban for all goods and indefinitely for the districts of Amstetten (Waidhofen an der Ybbs), Baden(Berndorf, Enzesfeld), on the Leitha(Achau, Wiener Herberg), Floridsdorf-Umgebung(Kronberg), Hollabrunn(Muhlbach), Horn(Roschitz), Krems(Plank andem an Kamp, Schwallenbach), Melk(Sausenstein), Modling(Reisenberg, Weigelsdorf), Neunkirchen(Grunbach andem an Schneeberg, Kirchau), Poggstall(Isper, Weitenegg), St.Polten(Phyra), Wiener Neustadt (Felix village), Maiersdorf, Molzegg, Krumbach, Steinabruckl) and Zwettl (large Poppen, Abbey of Zwettl). Ban on group 3: For certain goods for an indefinite period in the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 20.02.1928 was a ban for certain goods and indefinitely for the districts of Horn (Zittenberg for active ingredients, materials, shoes and linen goods), Mistelbach (Poisbrunn for all goods with the exception of sweeping), Modling (Seibersdorf) for all goods with the exception of food and agricultural products), Hollabrunn (Gollersdorf for all goods with the exception of sweeping; Platt for garments, shoes, cutting and haberdashery) and adopted in Tulln (Ruppersthal for all goods with the exception of sweeping). . Under most conditions Rio Tinto Group would agree.