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Colonial Secretary’s Office, Auckland, 28th Aprilf 1860. HIS Excellency the Governor lias been pleased to make the following appointments in the First Battalion of the Auckland Regiment of New Zealand Militia. Karnes. Rank . Date of Commission, Major Theodore Minet Haultain to bo . . Licut-Cokmcl .... 20th April, 1860. Captain Francis Eastwood Campbell (Adjt.) Captain ..... 2Gth April, 1860. T. W. Crowdy Captain . . . . r 27th April, 1860. Michael Tigho Captain 27th April, iB6O. J. H. K. Harrison Captain . . • . , 27ih April, 1860. Lieutenant George Eliott Eliott .... Lieutenant .... 26th April, 1860. J. W. Kumsley Lieutenant .... 27th April, 1860. John Reid Rowling .... Lieutenant .... 27th April, 1860. Harry William Harbor . . . Lieutenant .... 27th April, 1860. Owen Clark Weir .... Lieutenant .... 27th April, 1860. Ensign A. C. P. Macdonald Lns.gu 20th April, 1800. Frederick Sims Lns.gn 2nh April, 800. Michael Dlnnin Knsl S u 2/ th April, 1800. Edward Brophy Lnsigu 27th April, 1800 Captain F. E. Campbell Adjutant 20th April, 1800. T. M. Philson burgeon 20th April, 1800. Memorandum. —Captain Campbell, Lieutenant Eliott, Ensign Macdonald, and Dr. Philson have held Commissions in their respective ranks since 1856. Fuel. Whitaker, For the Colonial Secretary, HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments in the Second Battalion of the Auckland Regiment of New Zealand Militia. Rome. Runic. Date of Commission. Lieutenant.Colonel Win. Henry Kenny . to ho Lieut.-Colonel . . 2nd April 1860. Captain C. 11. M. Smith to bo Major 27th Apr. , 1800. J. J. Symonds to ho Captain .... 2<th April, 1860. Thos. Wilson (Adjutant) . . • to be Captain .... 2ah Apri , 1860. John Charles Irvine to be Lieutenant . . . 27th April, 1860. Captain Thomas Wilson to be Adjutant . . . . 27th April, 1860. Memorandum — . . ....... . Major Smith held a Commission as Captain in the Militia m 1800. Captain Wilson held a Commission as Lieutenant in the Auckland Volunteer Riiles, 1860. 1 Fkedk. Whitaker, (For the Colonial Secretary.) HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments in the Third Battalion of the Auckland Regiment of New Zealand Militia. Name. Rank. Lieut-Col. M. G. Nixon .... to he Lieut-Coloncl Pousonby Pcacocke to be Major Charles Rookcs to be Captain .himes Walmeslcy, (Adjutant) George Kells Francis Charles Lewis . . Captain James Walmcsley Date of Commission. 3rd April. 1860. 26th April, 1860. 27th April, 1860. to be Captain 27th April, 1860. to be Lieutenant . . . . 27th April, 1860. to be Lieutenant .... 27th April, 1860. to be Adjutant 27th April, 1860. By Ills Excellency’s command, Fkedk, Whitaker, (For the Colonial Secretary.) ORDER. milE Colonel Commanding the Auckland X Regiment of New Zealand Militia, orders that the several Companies of the Ist or Auckland Battalion shall assemble for actual service as follows ; No. 1 Company, at 3 o’clock p.m, on Wednesday the 2nd May, 1860, at the Albert Barracks. No. 2 Company at 3 o’clock p.m. on Ihursdav the 3rd May, 1860, at the Albert Barracks. No. 3 Company at 3 o’clock p.m. on Friday the 4th May, 1860, at the Albert Barracks. No. 4 Company at 3 o’clock p.m. on Saturday the sth May, 1860, at the Albert Barracks. No. 5 Company at 3 o’clock p.m. on Monday the 7th May, 1800, at the Albeit Barracks. T. R. Mould, Colonel Commanding. Auckland, 30th April, iB6O. Colonial Secretary’s Office, Auckland, ICih April, 1860. HIS Exxcelleacy the Governor has been pleased to appoint Isaac Rhodes Cooper, to be Major in the Wanganui Regiment of New Zealand Militia. By His Excellency’s command, Fredk. Whitaker, (For the Colonial Secretary.) Mill Colonel Commanding the Auckland .Militia directs it to be notified that the illtiu of the Auckland district having been lied out for actual service, the Enrolled olunteers will serve as a body and not as part the Regular Militia, and they are not therere required to attend at the times and places pointed for the Militia to assemble for actual rvicc or for training and exercise, hut in cordance with their own regulations. By order. 11. C. Balneavis, Deputy Adjutant General. Private Secretary’s Office, Auckland, 21st April, iB6O. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments in the “ Southern Volunteer Rifle Corps.” James Speedy, to be Captain. William Clare, to be Lieutenant. These appointments to bear date the 13th April, iB6O. By His Excellency’s command, F. G. Steward, Private Secretary. Private Secretary’s Office, Auckland, 21st April, 1860. RIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments in the “ Auckland Volunteer Coast Guard,” William Harry Hours, to be Lieutenant. Date of commission, 20th April, 1860. William Crush Daldy, to be Lieutenant. Date of commission, 21st April, 1860. By His Excellency’s command, F. G. Steward, Private Secretary. VOLUNTEERS. 1 IS Private Secretary’s Office, Auckland, April 26th, 1860. Excellency the Governor has been leased to appoint an Henry Colin Balneavis, Deputy t \ dj utant- Gen era I, ieutenant-Colonel of the “ Auckland Rifles.” appointment to boar date 27th April, His Excellency’s command, F. G. Steward, Private Secretary. Private Secretary’s Office, Auckland, 16th April, 1860. Excellency the Governor has been •leased to appoint Isaac Rhodes Cooker, ijor Commanding the Wanganui VoHis Excellency’s command, F. G. Steward, Private Secretary. Private Secretary’s Office, Auckland, 26th April, 1860. IS F iccllency the Governor has been phased to make the following appoint--1011 in die “Victoria Company” of Auckland xilflcs. Deurom, to he Lieutenant, Will m wadded, to bo Ensign. . hese ap*t mcu ts to bear date the 25th hist. Ly L Excellency’s command, F. G. Steward, Private Secretary. IN pursuance of the authority in me vested by the “ Militia Act 1858,” I, Thomas Gore Browne, Governor of the Colony of New Zealand, do hereby make and ordain the following regulations respecting the formation, training, and exercise of a Company of Volunteers enrolled in the District of Auckland, under an Order in Council dated the twelfth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight, named the “ Auckland Volunteer Coast Guard.” I. The Company shall consist of Two (2) Lieutenants, Five (5) Petty Officers, and Fifty five (55) men. 2. The Arms shall consist of I'Mve (5) great Guns for the Company, and a Rifle or Revolver Pistol with Accoutrements, and a Cutlas for each man. 3. The day and hours for training and exercise may be fixed from time to time by the Senior Lieutenant of the Company, subject to the approval of the Governor. 4. The Company will be trained and exercised for the present by instructors from one of Her Majesty’s Ships of AVar, and afterwards by their own Officers. Given under my hand at Government House, at Auckland, this twenty-first day of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty. T. Gore Browne. to hnl; Juntos I IN order to give additional publicity to the orders to be from time to time issued by the several Officers commanding in the Militia and Volunteers, arrangements have been made with the Printers of the Arm Zealander and Southern Cross, for the publication of such orders in their Newspapers on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. P iJrobmrial <£ajcf<c. Pi ivatSccreiary’s Office, -uckland, 26th April, 1860. lIS Excellene) jj 1( . Governor has been pleased to mu., the following appoiutLuits in the “ Onelun, a Volunteers,” John Bvcroft, tv be Lieutenant, William Cassin, tv be Ensign, lies .* appointments to beavJute the 2Gth hist. By If is Excellency’s command, F, G Steward, J-Tvato Secretary. PUBLIC NOTIFICATION. By John Williamson, Esquire, Superintendent of the Province of Auckland. U"NDER and in pursuance of the powers vested iu the Superintendent in that behalf, I hereby notify for public information that all those pieces or parcels of Land enumerated in tho Schedule hereunder written will he offered for Sale on the thirtieth day of May, 1860, as Special Settlement Land, at the Waste Land’s Office, Mongolia!. Given under my hand, at .Auckland, in the said Province, this twenty-sixth day of April, One thousand el t>*Ut liundred and sixty. J. W ILLIAMSON, Superintendent of the Province of Auckland.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, New Zealander, Volume XVI, Issue 1465, 2 May 1860

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