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BOARD OF EXEMPTION. LT.-COL. T. M. HAULTAIN, LT.-COL. H. M. NATION, MAJOR F. E. CAMPBELL. Sittings daily from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays excepted. 'OTICE is hereby given that a Board of three I Medical Officers having been constituted by order of Government, all persons who have obtained Exemption 25th August must attend at the Exemption Office for reexamination before the Medical Board, and afterwards before the Exemption Board, for the purpose of having their names registered. All Exemptions on medical certificates granted previous to the 25th August, are to be considered as annulled. The Medical Board will meet daily, at 12 o'clock, Saturdays excepted, in the Orderly Boom of the 2nd Class Militia, for the examination of applicants. By Order, RICH. CARTWRIGHT, Clerk to the Board. August 27, 1863. Militia Exemption. NOTICE. fTIHE undermentioned Officers have been constituted a 1 Board to hear applications (based on grounds of public advantage) from persons asking relief from Militia Service:— LIEUT.-COLONEL HAULTAIN, LIEUT.-COLONEL NATION, MAJOR CAMPBELL. The Board will meet daily at the Militia Exemption Office, Shortland-street (late Newman & Ewen's), between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m., to dispose of applications which will be received and registered at any time during office hours by the Clerk of 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 afterwards according to priority of registry. 28th July, 1863. NOTICE. Militia Exemption Office, Ist August, 1863. » PPLICATIONS to be in writing, stating the Battalion, emption is asked. No application will be heard by the Board unless previously registered by the Clerk and supported by personal application, between 1 and 2 p.m.—applications from heads of Departments in General Government excepted. N.B. —The Board will not meet on Saturdays. By order, RICHARD CARTWRIGHT, Clerk to the Board. Notice to Volunteer Militiamen. No. 1,233. 4 NY Volunteer for actual service can be sworn in jL and enrolled at the Militia Office on any day during office hours. A certificate of enrolment will be delivered to each Volunteer, and his pay and rations will commence as soon as lie reports himself at the Camp, Otahuhu, to Major Pitt, the Commanding Officer, which place will for the present be the Headquarters of the Force. The pay will be 2s. 6d. per diem, and the rations such as supplied to H. M.'s Regular Forces. The clothing will consist of 1 cap. 1 blue shirt or jumper, 1 pair of trousers, 2 pairs of boots, 1 pair gaiters, and 1 greatcoat, furnished at the expense of the Government. Whin a man is employed out of the Auckland Militia District, Is. extra per diem will be added to his pay. By order of Col. Mould, C.8., Commanding Officer, H. C. BALNEAVIS, Lieut-Colonel, Deputy Adjt.-General of Militia and Volunteers. Auckland, 27th June, 1863.

Commissariat, Auckland, 30th July, 1863. from the Transport Camp at Drury, the O following animals, viz.:— Bay Horse, star on forehead, No. 314 Brown Mare, star on forehead, white on nose, No. 343 Bay Mare, saddle mark on both sides, No. 349 Brown Horse, star on forehead and near hind foot white, No. 366 Black Gelding, J.E. near shoulder, J.F. off shoulder, saddle marks, No. 410 Brown Gelding, star, saddle marks both sides, feet white, No. 428 One Bullock, numbered on near horn, strayed into Ligar's Bush. It is requested that any person who may have seen the above animals, or have taken them into their paddocks, will send information to the Director Transport Corps at Drury. H. STANLEY JONES, Dep. Com. Genl. NOTICE. * LL Settlers, Volunteers, and Militiamen willing to ._ perform Military Service under the conditions set forth in the Gazette of August sth, 1863, are requested to apply to Lieut.-Col. Balneavis at the Militia Office. F. D. FENTON, Colonial Defence Office. Auckland. August sth, 1863. NOTICE. City Board of Commissioners' Office, Auckland, 28th August. 1863. r OTICE is hereby given that the Commissioners under I the City Board Act intend, upon the Bth day of September, 1863, to make a rate of sixpence per pound on the rateable value of Property assessable under the said Act, for the period from Ist June to 30th November, 1863; and that a statement of the proposed rate is deposited in the Board Boom, Canada Buildings, Queen-street, for inspection by the rate-payers; of all which notice is hereby given in terms of the said Act. ANDREW BEVERIDGE, Chairman of the City Board of Commissioners. Artificial Teeth. E. A. P L U M L E Y, Dentist, WAKEFIELD-STREET, AUCKLAND, Member of the College of Dentists of England, For many years Principal Assistant to Mr. George Waite, of Old Burlington-street, London, CONTINUES to supply ARTIFICIAL TEETH of every description, from one to a complete set, at prices much below those hitherto charged in Auckland, which for quality and workmanship are not to be surpassed. Sets or Partial Sets made by other Dentists if not quite exact, can be Remodelled by Mr. Plumley at a trifling expense. TEETH EXTRACTED : CHILDREN'S TEETH REGULATED.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealander, Volume XIX, Issue 1961, 1 September 1863

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