NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE.
A Gazette was published on Saturday, containing a proclamation dissolving the Provincial Council of Hawke's Bsvy ; also a proclamation naturalising Samson Doucet, shepherd, of Napier, and Henry Leppfelu, shoemaker, of Wellington. Posvr Office.— The following postal regulation has been made by an order in Council, and appears in the OazHU :— " Newspapers for transmission within the colony or for overland mails shall be poßted in dingle numbers, so put up that the date of publication may be readily seen. Packages of newspaper* consisting of more than one numher, shall be treated as Book Packets." Opaoo Hbads. — A correspondence in reference to the error in signals at Flaghtaff, Otago Heads, appears in the QcutUe. We extract the following from the letter of the Colonial Secretary in reply to tht
ODmmunicatiou of the Superintendent of Otngo :— 11 In reply, I have to point out to your honor that tho mistake to which you refer occurred in the Draft Regulations forwarded iv your honor's letter of tho 22nd July last, requesting they might be proclaimed by his Excellency, and that they bme on tho face a note that they had been revised by the provincial authorities, lv order to obviate as much as possible the spread of this error (in my opinion a very culpable one), I have, in addition to tlio stops alieady taken by your honor, directed the publication of this correspondence and of tho "Notice to Mariners," transmitted by you in tho New Zealand Gazette." Th« "notice to mariners" appears in our shipping columns.
Justioes.— The following gentlemen are gazetted justices of the peace for the colouy : — Edmund James Lee, Esq., Brnoklands, Ilakain, Canterbury; Alex. Le Grand Campbell, Esq., Motueka, Nelson ; Thomas Scott, Ei»q., Auckland; John Nugent Wood, Esq., Nokomai Golcl-iields, Otago ; James Crowe Richmond, Esq., Nelson ; Thomas Boston Archbald, Esq., Mount Bouger, Otago; Edward Bowles Cargill, Esq., Dunedin ; Major George Stoddart Whitmore, Auckland.
Parliamentary.— James Patterson, Esq., is gazetted member of tho House of Representatives for Dimedin City, vice Major Richardson, renewed.
Military.— Several resignations of commissions in tho Militia and Volunteers are gazetted. The local resignations are Captain F. E. Campbell, Royal ComEauy Auckland Voluuteers ; and Captain William •onald, City Company. The names of gentlemen Appointed to vacancies in the Militia aud volunteer Companies are likewise gazetted. Mr. Richard Worthingtou has been appointed legistrar of marriages, &c, for the district of Drnry. Mr. I). Johnson has been appointed acting collector of customs at Drury j Mr. Ceorge C. Lemming hM baen appointed sub-collector of Customs at Collingwood.
Native. — Tho Oaztltc notifies that the Marangai reserve, and the Pukeniu reserve, and the Pukewa ranga reserve, are subject to the operaion of the " New Zealand Native Reserves Act, 1856."
Resident Magistrates. — Thomas Baston Aiclibald, E-q., JP., Otigo ; John Nugent Wood, Esq., J.P., Ofcago; and Thomas Scott, Esq., J.P, Auckland, have been appointed Resident Magistiates underthe "Resident Magistrates' Com t Ordinance."
Gold Exports. — A return of the quantity and value of gold oxported fiom New Zealaml from the Ist April, 1857, to the 30th Sojitomber, 1862, is published iv the Guzette. Wo compile the following particulars : — Quantity Value From Auckland 015 oz £2,333 FromNeliou . 50,700 100,710 From Otago 457.170 1,887,810 /VJ3,5000z £2,080,921
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NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVIII, Issue 1681, 10 December 1862
NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVIII, Issue 1681, 10 December 1862
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