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ORDER IN COUNCIL. Wine, SfC, to be issued dutyfree to Military and Naval Messes. At the Government House at Auckland, the 14th day of April, 1862. Present:— His Excellency the Governor in Council. WHEREAS it is enacted by "The Customs Duties Act Amendment Act, 1861," that it shall be lawful for the Governor, by any Order in Council, from time to time to declare, that any Wine, Ale, Beer, or Spirits, may be delivered out of Bond without payment of duties of Customs, for the consumption of the Officers of Her Majesty's Troops in the Colony of New Zealand, and the Officers of Her Majesty's Navy serving on board any of Her Majesty's Ships in the seas adjoining thereto, subject nevertheless to such Regulations as in any such Order shall be prescribed, and such Wine, Ale, Beer, and Spirits may be delivered out of Bond accordingly. And whereas an Order was made in Council, in exercise of the said power, on the 27th day of September, 1861, and it is expedient to make alterations in the privileges thereby granted : Now, therefore, His Excellency the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Executive Council of New Zealand, doth hereby revoke the before-mentioned Order in Council, and doth order that Wine, Ale, Beer, and Spirits may be delivered out of Bond without payment of duties of Customs, to the authorised Agent, and for the consumption of any Military or Naval Mess, upon the certificate of the President that the articles are required for Mess consumption. Also to the General or other Officer commanding each station, upon the certificate of a like character from an Officer of his or their staff, and to other Staff Officers upon the presentation of a similar certificate, signed by an Officer appointed by the Officer commanding the Troops : the certificate in all cases to state that the articles required are for the use of the persons for whom remission of duty is solicited. F. Goring, Acting Clerk of Executive Council. Colonial Secretary's Office, % Auckland, 22nd April, 1862. Excellency the Governor has been - pleased to make the following appo'otments in the New Zealand Volunteers. William Fox. "AUCKLAND" RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. "Rotal" Company. Francis Eastwood Campbell, to be Captain. Date of Commission, Ist March. 1862. John Howell, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862. Benjamin Tonks, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, sth March, 1862. " City" Company. William Donald, to be Captain. Date of Commission, sth March, 1862. James McCosh Clark, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, sth March, 1862. " Rutland" Company. John Mitchell, to be Captain. Date of Commission, Bth March, 1862. George Taylor, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 3rd March, 1862. William Brighton, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, Ist March, 1862. "Victoria" Company. Frederick Sims, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 7th March, 1862. James Derrom, to be Lieutanant. Date of Commission, Ist March, 1862. William D. Waddel, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, 3rd March, 1862. "Parnell" Company. William Magee Hunter, to he Captain. Date of Commission, 6th March, 1862. Alexander Charles Phipps Macdonald, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 6th March, 1862. Joseph Moliere Tabuteau, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, 6th March, 1862. James Joseph R. Dalliston, to be Surgeon. Date of Commission, Ist March, 1862. "AUCKLAND" NAVAL VOLUNTEERS. Goldwin Roberts Breton, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862. James John FitzGibbon, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 7th March, 1862. George Samuel Graham, to be Sub-Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862. Lionel Fitzgerald, Cavalry Instructor, to be Captain of Volunteers. Date of Commission, 3rd March, 1862. "TARANAKI" RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. Isaac Newton Watt, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862. Harry Albert Atkinson, to be Captain. Date of Commission, sth March, 1862. Thomas Good, to be Lieutanant. Date of Commission, 3rd March, 1862. Frederic Lewis Webster, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862. Matthew Jonas, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, 3rd March, 1862. John Glasford Corbett, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, 4th March, 1862.

"WANGANUPKIFLE VOLUNTEERS. David Porter, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 6th March, 1862. "NELSON" RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. Matthew Richmond, C.8., to be Lieut.-Col. Commanding. Date of Commission, Ist February, 1862. "City" Company. William Charles Hodgson, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 13th March, 1862. Edward Everett, to be Lieutenant. Date of Commission, 13th March, 1862. Daniel Slater, to be Ensign. Date of Commission, ]3th March, 1862. MARLBOROUGH. William Douglas Hall Baillie, (Captain Commandant of Militia), to be Captain Commandant of Volunteers in the Marlborough Militia District. Date of Commission, ]st February, 1862. " Marlborgugh Rangers" Volunteers. William Douglas Hall Baillie, to be Captain. Date of Commission, 21st March, 1862,

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealander, Volume XVIII, Issue 1672, 26 April 1862

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealander, Volume XVIII, Issue 1672, 26 April 1862

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