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NEW ZEALAND "GAZETTE."

•;, ZEALAND' j| GAZETTE^ ) 'A! General Government Oazelle was published on "JPriduy last, from which we, xaakfii the {following extracts :—: — _ _ . _ . SUPERINTENDENT OJ MjARUBOROUGHT. —His Exbel- ' lenoy the' Governor directs it to bo notified that'the Speaker, of the Provincial Council of the Province of Mailborough has reported that ThdniasCarter, Esq., li»s been- duly elected-Superintendent "of.that Pro.vincejinder the .provisions 6f the ll 'Ne\v 'Provinces Act, 1858." --- - Marlborouoh Provtnouii I CoukciL'.'-^rjie following gentlemen have been appointed members of the f Proviucial Couucil of Maryborough: "> For the District of CJareuqo—Messrs. Joseph''Ward and Charles Ruck Keoue. For the Diatriot of Awatere— Messrs., Philip .Roderick M'Rae and 'Alexander Movvatt. Foft ;the District tof „ Waimu < Valley — Messis^W.i D. H. Bailie, and Thomas Carter. For the District „of, Upper Wairau — Me»sr«. Henry Godfrey 4and Cyrna Goulter. For the.District of Tiia —.\yilliam Strachan, Esq. For the District of Lower'Wairau —Messrs. William Henry Eyes and William Budge. For the District of the Town of Blenheim—Messrs. Samuel Bowler and Richard Doidge Nosworthy. For the District of Pelorus—Michael Maher, jnnr., Esq. For the District of Queen's Charlotte's Sound—Angustift Adolptyig Alexander Hood,- Esq. 'For the! District ot the Town of Picton—MessiV Arthur Penrose Seymour ami Johu Godfrey. Appointmknt. -^ Richard Beetham, Esq., of Wakatipu, in the -Pr6vinco of Otago, J been apl>ointed a Justice of tho 'Peace for the Colony. v Naval Deserters. I —A circular from tho Admiralty, relative to rewards for tho apprehension of naval deserters, is published for general informa-' tion. EstOLUiMKNTS.—^It is notified that Donald M'Lean, Esq., has resigned the emoluments of the' office of Chief Land Purchase Commissioner held by him. Tenders foi fuewood aud coal are solicited to be sent in before specified dates. Postal. —Money outers for the transmission of money to Western Australia will be js<ued on and after the Ist May next; and for transmission to the colony of Queensland on and after the lbt June next. Postmasters.- -The followiug persons have been appointed postmasters at tho places undeimentioned, viz.: —Richard Kemp, to lie postmaster at Kon-keri, province of Auckland, from the Ist Apiil, 1863; John McCulloch McKcin, to be postmaster at Weatherstone, province of Otago, from the 14th March, 1863; George Hamilton Harris, to be postmaster at Maniiherikin Junction, from the 14th Match, ISG.'J; Robcit Sompiville, to be postmaster at East Taieri, from the Ist February, 1863 ; Henry Norman, to be postmaster at Waaka, from the Ist March, 1863; Henry Faulkner, to be postmaster at Waihola, from the Ist February, 18G3; Richard William Daniels, to be postmaster at Sandfly Bay, province of Southland; William Weedon, to be postmaster at Weedon, province of Canterbury, from tho Ist May, ISM; David Johnstone, jun., to be postmaster at Collingivood, province of Nelson; Charles Oichard, to be postmaster at Upper Motueka Valley. — It is notified for general infoimation that the postofllco at Campbeltown, Bluff Harbour, in the proviuce of Southlan 1, has been constituted a post-office of: the second olas*, for the exchange.of separate mails and other purpose's, witliiu the meaning of the 4th clause of the Postal Regulations o£ the Ist April, 1562. MoNhY Order Officfs. —A list of alterations and additions to Money Order Offices in the United Kingdom is published Customs —Notice is given that a wooden building situated on the north side of Bi idge street, Nelson, known as "Edward's aud Co 's Warehouse," has been duly appointed under the 11th clause of the " Customs Regulation Act of 1808 '' for the reception of goods under bond. Pensioner CLAras, Act, 18(11.—Tho claims of persons petitioning under the above Act are to be investigated at the Sheriff's Office, on specified days. Aieportof Deserteis from her Majesty's foices beiving in New Zealand, io gazetted.

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NEW ZEALAND "GAZETTE.", Daily Southern Cross, Volume XIX, Issue 1788, 13 April 1863

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NEW ZEALAND "GAZETTE." Daily Southern Cross, Volume XIX, Issue 1788, 13 April 1863

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