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THE 'GAZETTE.'

Iwery steamer having non-condensing engines which plies at any time in salt or brackish water shall be surveyed in the manner provided by the Shipping and Seamen's Act, 1877, and all regulations made thereunder, at least once every six months.

Uuuus consigned for the Dunedin Exhibition will be carried free on the railways. New railway rates are gazetted for goods Class 0, under the heading classified rates.

and a number of local rates for bricks, fire clay, stones, etc., principally on branch, lines in Otago, Canterbury, and Auckland, are cancelled.

The acceptance of Mr Hislop's resignation as Colonial Secretary is announced.

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THE 'GAZETTE.', Issue 8023, 27 September 1889

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THE 'GAZETTE.' Issue 8023, 27 September 1889

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