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DISTRICT COURT.-It fa appointed that on tho o¿£ of three months from tho 14th August a DigJ IxJ, ehall bo hold at Taroo. ,. Eau. d*
ArroiNTMKNTS.-Mr. II. T. Willcmsv^-Plusbes, tobe a magistrate of tito colony; Mr. "? JfS P03Ï Thomas to ha manter-at-arms, clerk, M?¡,pivY
board of her MniMty's colonial warship! sllrAli'1- 1 Francis George Finley to bo a district f j liam Orr to bo a first-class surveyor, M,t_j
ridge Vickory and James Lambert X -.:. ' surveyors. ..esísry-for iami|Tj -
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-The nnderr?8totb^j?ogS*k> been appointed to tho positions ai¡ái*í?s"* w.orn- w« nection with their respectivo najWJ
: Publie school, Bowra; l<rc-der.qoidi2jd lBdpand
I Hillston: Hora Reid, Publie fSd, 3s, 3s 6d, 4s Cd ; ! Harvie, Provisional school, Clov« 6d, 5s 6d ; Needlo« I Provisional school, Comaronc; lineas; loo pieces oj
school. Kilcoy ; Annio Donnell^1?T*8,, from "Mt
Denominational Kornau Outhoiir^ Brocaded Sillo
Maud Walker, to bo clerk ead Stoy "¡a CompANT
School at Biri*)*-._ . '?-«
THUSTBKS.-Mess'iï.^radLRJtTii:---^^,^ ."_._tn,".-,fûs / Joseph Johu Baldcock Wakolv to bo trustees, in tho placa-.', of Messrs. Elijah Turner and Philip Scott, resigned, of th«
following recreation reserves at Bingara, viz. :-9S acres 1 ; rood und SI perches, in the parish of Bingara, dedicated on ; tho Otb. January, lSfifl, and section 51. in tho town of Bingara; Mr. John Cross McIntyre, to be trustee, in the ! phico of Mr. Kobert Issell Perrott, rceigned, of tbe land nt'
Port Macquarie, dedicated ns a sito for a Church of Rnrrland church ; Messrs. Jinner. John Oldbury Amiusou, William John Cordeaux. Alfred James Powell, Thomas Palmer Galbraith, and George Edwin Makin, to ho trustees of the portions of land in tho town of Berrima, being allotments 8 and 9 of section 3, dedicated as sites for Church of England church and pnrsonaga; Messrs. Gcoigo Henry Tempest, Alexander Beveridge, Robert Shield, Andrew Parkes, and Joseph Morris, to ba trustees of tho portion of thu general cemetery at Molong sot apart ? for Wesleyan burial-ground.
Nzw EVENING PUBLIC SCHOOL.-It is proposed to establish an evening Public Behool at Barrington.
HoN'ouus. -A despatch from Earl Kimtarley-informa" the.Governor that the Queen has, on his Lordship's recom- mendation, been graciously pleased to give orders for the promotion of Mr. Saul Samuel; C.M.G., Agent-General for New South Wales in England, to be a Knight Com- mander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Wiriharii and Saint George.
MAWIIAOEH,- The Rev. J. D. Patereon, of the Presby- terian Church, Temora, has been duly registered for lbj celebration of marriages.
ACCEPTED 'J ENDMUS.-The undermentioned tender haa been accepted by the Government:-Moists.. Forster and Brigg-construction of a line of tramway ¿ram Kacdwidc to Coogee.