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Local Intelligence.

Casualties. —On Sunday, a man named Charles Crossley was received into the hospital suffering from serious burns received in a Maori pah at Pakipaki. Yesterday a man named O'Brien, who recently arrived in the Province, was also received into the hospital he having attempted to cut his throat at a station on the Tutaekuri, It is supposed that intemperance was the cause of both occurrences. Public Notifications. — The following appointments are notified in the N&iv Zealand Gazette of thelstinst. — Walter Hippolyte Pilliet, Esq. of Havelook, in the Province of Marlborough to be a Justice of the Peace and Resident Magistrate. — John Nathaniel Wilson, Esq., of Napier, to be a Crown Solicitor within the Province of Hawke's Bay for the conduct of prosecutions under the regulations of the 23rd February 1864. — J. A. Smith, Esq., Hawke's Bay, to be an Enumerator under the Census Act. — James Frazer to be Captain in the Napier Militia ; date of Commission, Bth August, 1864. — Arthur Tuke to be Cornet in the Napier Cavalry Volunteers ; date of Commission, 10th August, 1864. — William Marshall to be Postmaster at Clive, from Ist July, 1864, vice F. A. Lincoln, resigned. — John Jude Taylor to be Postmaster at Peka Peka, from Ist July, 1864, vice G. M. Gray, resigned. The name of George Law Esq. of Taupo has been removed from the commission of the peace, and his appointments as Civil Commissioner and Eesident Magistrate cancelled, The Defence Foece of this province was inspected on Monday the 29th ult., by Major Whitmore and Commandants Walmsley and Edwards — the officers commanding in the neighbouring provinces of Auckland and Wellington— who are at present on a visit to this district. The men laboured under every disadvantage, from a long continuance of wet weather, but they turned out well upon the occasion ; and the management and equipment of the Force, as well as the appearance of the men and horses, were, we understand spoken of in the highest terms by the last named officers. Militaey Settlers Act. — The Wellington and Hawke's Bay Naval and Military Settlers' Act 1863, which was reserved for the Royal assent, has been duly assented to by Her Majesty' Government. This Act comes into operation three months after it is proclaimed in the Government Gazettes of Wellington and Hawke's Bay, and its effect will be to preclude free grants of land being made to naval and military settlers.

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Local Intelligence., Hawke's Bay Herald, Volume 7, Issue 526, 6 September 1864

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Local Intelligence. Hawke's Bay Herald, Volume 7, Issue 526, 6 September 1864

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