That on or about the month of April 1913 Allan Frank Buckley and Charles Luxford, the ten registered proprietors of the land hereinafter described in consideration of the transferee being entitled in equity to the said land as trustees for the Public of Noble Park (the said land being the site on which a Hall for the public purposes had been built by subscriptions and gifts and collection made by and from the inhabitants of Noble Park and other people) transferred ALL THAT piece of land delineated and colored red on the map in the margin of Certificate of Title Volume 3453 Folio 90565 containing one acre or thereabouts being Lots 41, 42, 43 and 44, on Plan of Subdivision No. 5307 lodged in the Office of Titles and being part of the Crown Portion twenty two Parish of Dandenong, County of Bourke, together with a right of carriage way over the roads colored brown on said Plan of subdivision to Patrick Maroney, Joseph Bunn and Charles Luxford, all of Noble Park in the State of Victoria, IN TRUST that the said Patrick James Maroney, Joseph Bunn and Charles Luxford should allow the said land to be used as the site of a Public Hall according to Trusts to be declared hereafter by the said Patrick James Maroney, Joseph Bunn and Charles Luxford AND WHEREAS since the herinbefore mentioned month and year divers sums of money have been contributed by persons living in the said district of Noble Park and others as gifts or raised by means of public entertainment and such sums of money have been given to the said Patrick James Maroney, Joseph Bunn and Charles Luxford, and used by them in further building or equipping on the said land a hall AND WHERAS the said Charles Luxford died on 3rd February 1919 AND WHEREAS the said Patrick James Maroney and Joseph Bunn serve to declare the Trust upon which they the said Patrick James Maroney and Joseph Bunn hold the said land. NOW THE SAID Patrick James Maroney and James Bunn ......................that they the said Patrick James Moroney and Joseph Bunn hold the said land and hall in trust to five trustees, they the said trustees to be inhabitants of Noble Park ................ administration and management of the Trust intended to be hereby established which are herinafter expressed and contained that is to say:
(1) The said land and hall shall be under the sole management and control of the trustees for the time being holding office hereunder.
(2) Cyril Everett Isaac of Noble Park aforesaid Civil Servant
Charles Beatty of Noble Park aforesaid Carpenter
Alexander William Smith of Noble Park aforesaid Painter
William Simpson, of Noble Park, aforesaid Iron Moulder
David Luxford of Noble Park aforesaid Woodworking Machinist
shall be and are hereby constituted the first Trustees holding office hereunder as from the 1st October 1921 PROVIDED nevertheless that the said David Luxford shall retire from office at the Annual General Meeting in 1922, William Simpson shall retire from office at the Annual General Meeting in June 1923, Alexander Smith shall retire from office at the Annual meeting in June 1925, Cyril Everett Isaac shall retire from office at the Annual General Meeting in June 1926.
(3) The management of the general affairs of the Trust hereby constituted and declared shall be in the hands of the Trustees for the time being of the trust whose number shall be five, one of whom shall retire each year at the Annual General Meeting of the constituents and another trustee be elected in place of the retiring trustee and the retiring trustee shall be eligible for re-election and each trustee subject to the provisions of Clause 2 shall hold office for 5 years.
(4) Every trustee shall be not less than 25 years of age, and shall be a land owner, resident within the area of the Trust at the date of his election as a trustee.
(5) The Annual General Meeting of constituents shall be held in the hall in the last week of June each year on such day of the week as shall be fixed by resolution by the preceding Annual General Meeting or in default of being so fixed, such day shall be fixed by the trustees for the time being and in either case the date of such meeting shall be advertised at least once within the ten days preceding such meeting, in some local newspaper circulating in the district.
(6) The constituents eligible to vote at such annual general meeting shall be adult residents living within a distance 1 1/2 miles east and west or 2 miles north and south of the hall.
(7) The trustees may from time to time make such rules, regulations and by - laws and in relation to the conduct of the business of the Trustees and of the Annual General Meeting as the Trustee shall think fit; PROVIDED THAT at any meeting of the Trustees three (3) shall form a quorum.
(8) Where any trustee for the time being of the Trust is dead, or remains out of Victoria for more than one year or desires to be discharged from the trust or refuses or is unfit to act therein or is incapable either by reason of his permanent removal from the district of the trust, or for any other reason of acting therein another trustee or trustees shall at the next Annual General Meeting succeeding the event or events which creates or create such vacancies or vacancy be elected to fill such vacancy or vacancies.
(9) Minutes of the proceedings of every Annual General Meeting of constituents shall be entered in a book to be kept for the purpose and signed by the Chairman of the such meeting after confirmation by resolution of the meeting and shall when so entered and signed be conclusive evidence of the business and other matters of the trust.