Statistics of New Zealand

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Page 250 - Passengers' baggage and effects, including only wearing apparel and othei personal effects that have been worn or are in use by persons arriving in the colony ; also implements, instruments, and tools of trade, occupation, or employment of such persons ; and household or other effects not exceeding 100 in value, which have...
Page 250 - Articles and materials (as may from time to time be specified by the Commissioner) which are suited only for, and are to be used and applied solely in, the fabrication of goods within the colony. All decisions of the Commissioner in reference to articles so admitted free to be published from time to time in the Gasettc.
Page xl - Under 30 days 1 month to 2 years 2 to 5 years 5 to 10 years 10 to 15 years 15 to 20 years 20 to 25 years .... 25 to 30 years 30 to...
Page 249 - Unmanufactured, entered to be manufactured in the colony (at the time of removal from a customs bond or from an importing ship to any licensed tobacco manufactory for manufacturing purposes only in tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes) per pound...
Page 248 - No allowance, beyond 16'5 shall be made for the underproof of any spirit of a less strength than 16 '5 underproof. Case Spirits : Contents of two, three, four, or five gallons shall be charged : Two gallons and under as two gallons. Over two gallons and not exceeding three as three gallons. Over three gallons and not exceeding four as four gallons.
Page 250 - Treasury, shall be complied with ; guano ; household effects, old and in use, of persons or families from foreign countries, if used abroad by them, and not intended for any other person or persons, or for sale...
Page xvi - Under it the constitution of a General Assembly for the whole colony was provided for, to consist of a Legislative Council, the members of which were to be nominated by the Governor, and of an elective House of Representatives.
Page xcvii - Munster 1st January 1848 to 7th March 1853; Governor of New Zealand 7th March 1853 to 31st December 1853 •Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Henry Wynyard, CB, 3rd January 1854 to 6th September 1855 Colonel Sir Thomas Gore Browne, CB, 6th September 1855 to 2nd October 1861 Sir...
Page 249 - Wine, Australian, containing not more than 35 per cent, of proof spirit verified by Sykes's hydrometer, the gallon, or for six reputed quart bottles, or twelve reputed pint bottles, 5s.
Page xv - New Zealand was then constituted a dependency of the Colony of New South Wales ; but on the 3rd May, 1841, it was proclaimed a separate colony. The seat of Government had been previously established at Auckland, round which a settlement was formed.

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