1906. NEW ZEALAND.
PENSION PROPOSED TO BE GRANTED TO AN OFFICER OF THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly pursuant to " The Pensions Act, 1884."
John William Allman Marchant.
T. Y. Duncan, Minister of Lands.
Lands and Survey Office, Wellington, 27th June, 1906.
Report of Controller and Auditor-General. The Audit Office has no objection to raise to the proposal in the above notification to grant a pension to John William Allman Marchant. J. K. Warburton, Controller and Auditor-General. Audit Office, Wellington, 28th June, 1906.
approximate Coat of Paper. —Preparation, not given; printing (1,450 copies), 18e.
Authority: John Mackay, Government Printer, Wellington.—l9o6.
Department. Annual Pension. Date of Commencement. I £ s. d. 500 0 0 1st July, 1906. Lands and Survey
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