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PUBLIC SERYICE GAZETTE.
The Treasury.— Messrs. James Joseph Rynn and Frederick Henry Harvey to be junior clerks in the Taxation Department, on probation for six months. Promotions: Messrs. Matthew Hobbs, reader, and Jo seph Johnson, assistant reader. Government Printing Office.
Department of Lands.— Mr. A. J. Nichols and Mr. E. W. Shorten, junior clerks, Taxation Department, on probation, to similar positions in this department, on probation for six months. Department of Justice.— Mr. C. C. Vindin, J.P., re lieving clerk of petty sessions, to act temporarily as clerk of petty sessions at Grafton, vice Jamieson, re lieved, during the absence of Mr. J. C. Thornton on official duty, and to perform Mr. Thornton's duties as registrar of births, deaths, and marriages for the district of Grafton at Grafton, and to act as district registrar in bankruptcy at Grafton (at such times as the police magistrate is unable to perform the duty), and registrar of the Court of Review for the whole colony under the Land and Income Tax Assessment Act of 1895 and regulations thereunder; Mr. A. W. Mackay to be Governor of Goulburn Gaol; Mr. W. J. Martin, P.M., etc., Murwillumbah, police magistrate of Hay (visiting Booligal, Carrathool, Clare, Darling ton Point, Oxley, and Whitton), vice Galbraith, trans ferred, and to be district registrar in bankruptcy and visiting justice to the gaol at Hay, also licensing magistrate and official member of the Licensing Court for the licensing district of Hay; Mr. W. J. Camphin, clerk, Central Police Office, to the position of clerk In^that office, vice Roberts, promoted; Constable David M'Kinlay, to act as clerk of petty sessions at Gil gandra, during the absence on leave of Seniorcon stable A. C. Berry; First-class Constable F. J. Pritz ler, to act as clerk of petty sessions at Coramba; First class Constable J. M'A. Clark, to act as clerk of petty sessions at Brownsville; Mr. E. H. O. Hackett to be junior messenger in the head office of the department. Department of Mines and Agriculture. — Mr. Samuel Jay, sheriff's officer at Kempsey, to be bailiff of the
wardens court at that place, vice Walcot; Mr. F. B. Treatt, J.P., P.M., Hillston, to be a warden of the Cobar and Lachlan mining districts at that place, vice Robertson, transferred; Constable T. W. Green, to be officer authorised to issue miners' rights, business and mineral licenses, at Bungwall Flat, vice Constable L. W. Cooper, transferred; Constable J. J. Greenenger, to be mining registrar at Mandurama. Department of Public Works. — Mr. David Ramsay, to be surveyor in the railway construction branch. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department. — Mr. P. Carty, junior letter-carrier, Waverley, to be stamper, head office, vice Davoren; Mr. James Neale, mail-boy, South Grafton, to be junior letter-carrier at that office, vice M'Lennan; Mr. T. Williamson, supernu merary assistant, Wallsend-Plattsburg, to be super numerary operator, Lambton, vice Palmer; Mr. W. Holman, operator, Gilgandra, to a 'similar position, Tumberumba, vice Woodward; Mr. H. M'Baron, post and telegraph master. North Broken Hill, to be as sistant, Grafton, -vice O'Meally; Mr. C. F. Woolley, junior letter-carrier, St. Peters, to be acting super numerary operator, Wallerawang, vice Cole; Mr. R. O. West, junior letter-carrier, Coonamble, to be mail boy, Newtown, vice Armstrong; Mr. E. M'Gauly, supernumerary operator, Collarendabri, to a similar position, Gunnedah; Mr. H. J. Chapman, post and telegraph master, South Grafton, to a similar position, Surry Hills, vice Mrs. Stuckey; Mr. J. Deady, mail cart driver, head office, to be assistant caretaker, head office. Promotions, viz.: Mr. H. D. 'Evans, operator, Albury, to be operator, Wilcannia, vice M'Carthy; Mr. W. B. Turner, operator, Elizabeth-street South, to be operator, Broken Hill; Mr. E. A. Robins, operator, Bourke, to be operator, Broken Hill; Mr. H. R. Dwyer, assistant, Bombala, to be assistant, Hay, vice Bose ley; Mr. J. Bastable, stajnper, head office, to be sorter, bead office; Mr. J. P. O'Meally, assistant, Grafton, to be assistant, Goulburn, vice Muir; Mr. J. Gunner, mail-boy, head office, to be mail-cart driver, head office; Mr. T. A. Logan, assistant, Invereli, to be operator, Broken Hill, vice Fox;. Mr. T. Wallace, operator, Rozelle, to be post and telegraph master, Cathcart; W. Rostron, telegraph messenger, head office, to be junior letter-carrier, Waverley, vice Carty; D. Russell, telegraph messenger, Ballina, to be mail toy, South Grafton, vice Neale; F. King, telegraph messenger, The Exchange, +?- be junior letter-carrier, head office, vice Metham; F. Donnellan, cleaner, Trea sury Department, to be mail-boy, head -office. Ex change of appointments: Mr. J. A. Madew, supernu merary operator, Barmedmari, with Mr. C. Taylor, supernumerary operator, Booligal. Appointments, on probation: A. V?. Muir, to be telegraph messenger, head office, vice O'Neile: A. M. Byrn, to be telegraph messenger, Roseville; N. A. Doyle, to be telegraph messenger, The Exchange, vice King; P. G. Miller, to be telegraph messenger, head office, vice Young; .A. J. M'Donall, to be telegraph messenger, head office, vice Fitzpatrick; S. F. Chapman, to be tele
graph messenger, w linam-sireet, . vice ward; ». Crocker, to be telegraph messenger, Oxford-street, vice Dolan; W. A. L. Selff, to be postal and telegraph .assistant, Warren^ vice Falconer; H. C. Yates, to be telegraph messenger, head office, vice Rostron; P. J. J. Kearney, to be telegraph messenger, Gulargam bone. Department of Public Instruction. — Miss Nita B. Kibble, junior attendant in the Public Library, on pro bation for six months. Resignations, Retirements, etc.: Mr. William Lawler, teacher. Upper Brungle Prqvisional; Mr. W. ' O. Reed, teacher, Boogaldie Pub lic School; Miss Mary F. Walsh, pupil teacher, Galstbn Public School; Miss Winifred R. Steber, pupil teacher. Manly Public School; Mr. Robert Armstrong, teacher, Ellerston Provisional School; Miss- Sarah A. Small, pupil teacher, Camden Public School; Miss Sarah H. Smith, pupil teacher. South Newcastle Public School; Miss Mabel Pyrke, pupil teacher, Currabubula Public School; Miss M. Banks, pupil teacher, Stockton Public School; Miss Ada L. Haffner, teacher, Nora Creek Pub He School; Miss Bertha Anderson, assistant; Ashfield Public School; Miss Louisa C. Parr, pupil teacher, Muswellbrook Public School; Mr. James Buttsworth, teacher, Ghinni Ghinnl Public School; Mr. J. J. Daley, junior assistant, post office, Lucknow; Mr. P. F. Scott, supernumerary operator, Queen Victoria Markets; Mr. P. E. Dixon, supernumerary ' operator, Narrabri;*Mr. G. R. M'Crossin, supernumerary opera tor, Laurieton; Mr: M.- J. Ryan, supernumerary opera tor, Ashfield; Mr. D. J. Ball, operator, head office; Mr. R. Spence, supernumerary operator, Bourke; Mr. Ernest Albert M'Leod, operator, Junee; and Mr. Henry James Hoggan, assistant engineer, head office; Mr. Hugh M'Cormaek, bailiff of the warden's court at Wattle Flat; Mr. J. T. Thome, district inspector. Go vernment Architect's Braofth. I