New South Wales Government Gazette 1881
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Media: DATA CD - 2 CDs (6975 pages)
Year: (1881) 2011
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia
Government Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians and researchers in other fields throughout Australia. They were published by the government as a means of communication to officials and the general public and therefore contain information that is of great use in establishing an image of Australia and its people in the past.
The New South Wales Government Gazette of 1881 contains:
- appointees to government positions
- appointments to Public School Boards
- Deeds of Grant ready for delivery
- dissolution of business partnerships
- errors in deeds
- horse and cattle brands
- land: applications to reclaim land, sale of leases of crown land, crown land set aside for public purposes, lapsed and forfeited conditional purchases of land, claims for pre-emptive leases
- licences including auctioneers, billiard and bagatelle, distiller, explosives, timber, packet; publicans, spirit merchants and brewers, scientific purposes
- licensed surveyors
- medical practitioners
- chemists and druggists
- ministers of religion
- petitions and counter-petitions
- probate and letters of administration notices
- rents not paid and leases lapsed
- schedule of roads applied for to be closed and alienated (and the applicants)
- unclaimed letters
- and much more
BLANDFORD PROPRIETARY SCHOOL.
NOTICE is hereby given, that it is intended to apply to Parliament in the next ensuing Session thereof, for leave to bring a Bill to enable Alexander Walker Scott, of Ferndale, Double Bay, near Sydney, in the Colony of New South Wales, Esquire, Frederick Robert White, of Blandford, in the said Colony, Esquire, and the Venerable Archdeacon Coles Child, of Newcastle, in the said Colony, the trustees in whom are vested the real and personal estate of the Blandford Proprietary School, to wind up the affairs of the same, sell and convoy the real estate, situate at Blandford, in the parish of Murulla, in the county of Brisbane, in the Colony of New South Wales, and divide the entire funds, after payment of charges and expenses, among the entire body of shareholders and the original subscribers to the Newcastle Proprietary Grammar School, according to their respective interests. And that the private interests which will probably be affected by the Bill are the interests of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and the interests of the respective shareholders and original subscribers aforesaid.
Dated this eighteenth day of June, A.D. 1881.
HENRY BURTON BRADLEY
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