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HARRY HOUDIJT, THE GREAT POLOTATIO¥AL MIMIC, WILL SHORTLY APPEAR.

MILITIA NOTICE. No. 1,562. Militia and Volunteer Office, I Auckland, 29th July, 1863. AM directed to give Notice that no Militiaman, belonging to any of the Classes of the Militia which have been called out for Actual Service within the District of Auckland, will be allowed to abandon his duty or leave the Pistriot without orders from proper authority. H. 0. BALNEAVIS, Lieut.-Colonel, Dep. Adjt.-Gen. of Militia Volunteers.

MILITIA NOTICE. No. 1,564. Militia and Volunteer Office, Auckland, 29th July, 1863. AS some misapprehension appears to exi»t as to the DUTIES and LIABILITIES of MILITIAMEN *nd MILITIA. VOLUNTEER, the 10th Section of the "Militia Acji Amendment Act, 1860," is published for general information : — "During the time that any such Militia shall "be on Actual Service, all things contained in "any Act of Parliament, which shall then be "m force for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, " and for the better payment of the Army and "their Quarters, and in the Articles of War "made in pursuance of such Act, shall be in " force with respect to such Militia, and to all "the Omcers,Non-CommiBsioned Officers, Drum"mers, and Privates of the lame, m all cases " whatsoever." This Section is made applicable to Volunteers by the Regulations under which they are enrolled. H. C. BALNEAVIS, Lieut.-Colonel. Dep.-Adjut -Gen. of Militia and Volunteers.

MILITIA EXEMPTION.

NOTICE.

nnHE UNDERMENTIONED OFFICERS have JL been constituted a Board to hear applications (ba*ed on grounds of public advantage) from persons asking relief from Mihtia Set vice. LIEUT. -COLONEL HAULTAIN, LIEUT.-COLONEL NATION, MAJOR CAMPBELL.

The Board will meet daily at the MILITIA EXEMPTION OFFICE, Shortlatid-stieet (late Newman and Eweu's) betwepn the hours of 1 and 2 p.m., to dispose of applications, which will be leoeived and registered at any time during office hoius by the Clerk to the Board. The Board are directed to. rehear all cases already decided by the Government ; all such applications must therefore be renewed. Applications from Government contractors will be first disposed of, and other applications afterwaids according to pnority of registry. 28th July, 1863.

MILITIA EXEMPTION BOARD. N OTICR ALL APPLICATIONS mint specify the Battalion, Class, and Comjany, of each mau for whom exemption is desired. RICHARD CARTWRIGHT, Cleik to the Board. July 31, 1863. Ist BATTALION AUCKLAND MILITIA.

Battalion Oiders, July 15th, 1863. THE COMMANDING OFFICER mves notice that after THURSDAY, the 16th July, he will deal suinmatily according to Military Law, with all men -n ho, having been taken on the strength of the Battalion, absent themselves without leave from Parado or Duty. Measures are now being taken to enfoice the attendance of all men of the Ist Class who have not yet presented themselves. T. M. HADLTAIN, Lieut. -Colonel, Commanding Ist Bat. Militia.

Commissariat, New Zealand, Auckland, July 24th, 1563. MILITIAMEN willing to volnnteer for the Commissariat Transport Corp 1 !, should apply at once to the Commissanat Office, Albert Barracks; Captain Sounders, Commissariat Depot, Otahuhu ; or to the Diiectoi of Transpoit at Drury In addition to their Militia, Pay, Clothing, Aims and Accoutrements, supplied by the Colony, they -will receive from the Commissariat the following :—: — Seigeant . . ..2s. Od. a day) With free Corpoial . ..Is. 4d. a day { rations, the same Lance-Corpoial . Is. 2d. » dky 1 as supplied to Driver Is. Od. a d*y J Soldieis. H. STANLEY JONES, Dep. Com.-Geneial.

NOTICE. TO MILITIAMEN AND OTHERS. A CTIVE YOUNG MEN, having some experience li. of New Zealand Forests, may now confer a benefit upon the Colony, and also ensure a comparatively free and exciting life for themselves, by JOINING a CORPS of FOREST VOLUNTEERS now bemg enrolled in this Province, to act as the Taranaki Volunteers have acted, in striking terror into marauding natives, by operations not in the power of ordinary troops. By joining this Corps, the routine of Militia life may be got rid of, and a body of active and pleasant comrades ensured. Only men of good character wanted. For further information, apply at the Office of the Daily Southern Ckoss, O'Connell-street, Auckland. July 31, 1863.

TO THE OFFICERS OF THE VOLUNTEE " AND MILITIA.

/""i ENTLEMEN wishing to receive instruction in V3T the BROAD or SMAWj SWOED exercise, may hear of an experienced- hand, by applying to Mr. D. Evitt, Gunsmith, QuMn-stieet. July 30th; 1863.

NOTICII.

THE PARTNERSHIP eSwtiiig between Pjmor a ' and Shaw 'has be«n' diMolytd' by mutual V consent. Gkoboi Prior has pl)enedb*v,SJCOßE opposite Brady's Hotel., Howiob.^wh^tJ&iSgiii »>v »1I imfc j._._ j. , « i -■ - ■ -* — ' — ■*— - JM "*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XIX, Issue 1885, 1 August 1863

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