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JZealapa and its X)epen a ei^oilef, /. , ifedi, &eT,:&o,.;.f'.^ „-TO.,A LL PERSONS GBEETING : TTTHERE A $jt. has-been publicly noH- v yV^fiea ,th atjan^^lneftlbn al Eihibitu n ; :; . : _i o^A'gridultura^.Und^h^ttslrial .Products will be held atjj.opdbitintb^.year One. : tbbusaiid :6!gh't liuntbeltraSi :sixty^wo: : And whereas>it ihas^.^eft 'proposed that a Commission -should be appointed in the several- Provinces •oFth-e^Gpldny-bf -~r-~ New Zealand, ;for^hojpu)'pose of^ebeiv-; . : -„ ing articles the produce': oi^jnanufaoiure' of the said Colony, and of seleoy-ng'and -A transmitting to London, suoh ; af tieles ; asv , i,may be thought worthy o^exppsitfen^yin'.;';;;. the said International : ExMbition,,.tfn4\of ;.,t commuriicafing^witK Her-Majesty's Commissioners in England respecting such:" J- ; ; transmission: Now Know Ye, tßTati l l£-;iy Thomas Gore Browne, Governor of : the. \. said Colony; have thought fit to co'iis'li-i'" "'. tute and appoint and by. tfctese Presents' . do constitute and appb f iiii the person? ;■ . hereunder mehtioned lo be Conitoi|^|if; l , :: ers in the several Provinces -respe'etiyeiy , '; se^opposite their names, to devise i-and^ ■.? . 'calfy out.^he; detail! j(ec^ssary,,|o raciH-v;/ r'faift the transmission^ to.^qndon- of* 1 Buch'.;^' said artioles as m'ajfbe i seieoted vfpr) ex- j r position at ihe International Exhibition, /;h to be held -at London inf^he y.eir-oii*^;' thousand bight huiidre'd l aiid sixtjjfwo;?-;^ and to correspond with Her M^e^'iv/.j Commission efs in . respeotiiijr, , '„ v such transmission, nanl'e'l^ — )■/;'-. ■'• '■- • • '- • • Auckland —His H onor^tnp Superinien-. . dent, Elwip. ; ig.r y odie ■pickson^:,,'..' .; ::Gaii Brank- Fischer/ Charles' 1 Heapfcy, Edward Kingjc.Gebi'ge^^' ! Patrick Pierce, Robert pattferipn, .; r George Webster*" ; ';r..''' i^aranaki— His Honor the SuJeriMenV;, , , dent,.; Harry Albert ■•^tkiiisd'biy'-'---and^^^Edward Larwill Hutnphries^^ Hawke's Bay-^Hjs Honor, :.the 1 tendeht,, Alexander' "Kennedy i: ;..: Joseph Rhodes/Johja;Aj^in'- ? •' der Smith, and Henry^Slpkei " ; • Tiffen. . . „ .: = 1 Wellington — His Honor the Sup'erinten- ; dent, Richaid John Duncan, George Hunter, William Lyou, George Moore, Robert Stokes, William Spiuks, James Smith, ..., ,and Jonas Woodward. ._ iT^>,, ,ri Nelson — His Honor theSuperintendenti . Jacob Ba\ey,iJames Lugßdin.\ • Bailey,Edwardßaigent,Edwardr;^v; Everett, C^aH&;B^;^jlipUi'-;Aiid.;*v< .isaaq Mason Hiff,'' [*■-•>:.■■>>* i-"^ Marllm'bugh^Uis'Kdnor'&e SuperiQ. tendent, William Henry Eyes, and William Douglas Hall ;•, ' .... Baillie. Canterbury— His Honor the Superinten- • •'■'.-■ dent, Cyrus Daire, William ; '■ DQnald,RobertGreaveß,'G t eorg© ;.'"!; Arthur Emilius Ross, William ;. ? Wilson, and Edward . '-' v , White. - .' j o^<i--His JHonor the Superintendent^ » -""'";'/ Rev. Thomas Burns, D* D., Thomas Bannatyne Gillies, John • Hyde Harris, Charles Henry Kettle, William Purdie, and John Matthew. * Southland— His Honor the Superintend ' dent, John Blaoklock, James Alexander Robertson' Menzies, Thomas John White, and John Topi Patuki, of Stewart's Island, And I do by these Presents give and grant to the above-named persous, or any two or more of them, in each Province as hereinbefore set forth, full pow>er and authority to carry into effect the purposes of this Commission by all lawful ways and means...- whatsoever, and I do by theso* Presents ordain that this Commission shall continue in, force and virtue, and that they, Or any two or more of them, . shall and may from time to time, and at any place or places, proceed in the execution . . . : thereof, and of every" matter and thing - therein contained, although the same bo not coatinued frqni .time to time by adjournment..- .. Given" under my hand and Seal at the Government House at :: Aucklaud, this fourth day of •;•• ! ./lugujst, in'^lhe! year bf r <su?; >, Lord" Qne thousand, .eight :, , hundred and sixtyrone. • ; . -, !-!>:.' T* Gore Browne, By Hi* Excellency's command, FOX. :; ! Household , and: Effpcti* \ ■M^E S' ; S'|ri|;J.sii..l:T H-V;* ' \ C-O-.i {'< 1 StaVe received 1 instrudtiops J-' ' -■ 7 FRO M ' M ,H. it •' NAT H.AN^ . ■''(wUo is about' leaving f?r Otago,) to sell it V. his residepcq, Richardson's Buildings, ■" J . '.:< ! * Willis Stieet, """" " ' :m M9m^MH^ 26TH:/iNSTANT^r ;; v A POUTION^ of his HouseUold Furniture t$A ;; ,( £X- Effects, for the most part .recently imported - from England, comprising :—• „ .Ai \ T _~-ll ".•-: . '^ • A splendid Diaw.jng putt,.m ; ' ' riohgordiandrfuby, silk and satin DamaiK, *: 'flprV-M i «^^- ?J ' )l '' llgseftt3 . A liUjPdsQroe W.ftlww.i Cottage Pian.p,> r : ;v , „ ' IJargi'^ier. Glass. , ; ' *'".'"',, Loo Mahogany Tables; .., ,•! : .. ; ; \ 1 Ottoman, fancy worked lop ; Engraving?, 1 Bosejood Canterbury ]*^* ;•■ Chairs }n Morocco .> -.< S.'*} Z. Fire>ons • <■ -• .v ••;.: -..c ;..••• ■ : ;.g Window C,«rt,ainsv, ; -..--••:-.,'-- '-'^- ;v '-^ » , Large Mahogany Cbest.Drn were, moderu mak« ! ~ : 1 Double Marble Wash Stand. •TVC-] I 4"\AC ' Bedroom Tables, Toilet Glftßses j h'.'u t .J> '■■ • v „": ' ; Hor^e Hair'Ooudliif "" , ..,..■■:,,.- ...s,-.- ••/■ w-J ■•.'• .Kitohen^Utensilß •"-, '■ :,.'.•••. ,L-,. m **:-•,': ■' Glass, Ohina^id'Crdokevyware .? i :■<■■: ■ «■> ■•■■'<■•■■■ - Curpe'tißgi ; Tabfeai' ; 'and Chairs «:'i. - ■-. -: ,'it,-ik<.-" : f_ , v v Bedsfealcls/FamHrDi'uneivSet v- .- ;* '-..>. Wf'^i^i •'■' (jliina s Bes߀i?t ; fedrfifce, aCj,« ••..;.:.'.•:. • ,: j ; ):'.^ ; Sundriesi'iubWiViz : Sale at halfrpastjQneo'Olook,^ c >.i-r r^« ; <;i TERM 9 iIBERALt ' • 3rr \.'/ 20th August, 1861. i . -^ -ri M X rt*?^. ,. ;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Wellington Independent, Volume XVI, Issue 1611, 23 August 1861

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Wellington Independent, Volume XVI, Issue 1611, 23 August 1861

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