Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1872 Session I,
APPENDIX TO THE JOURNALS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF NEW ZEALAND.
VOL. 111. G—MISCELLANEOUS. H.—EEPOETS OF SELECT COMMITTEES. I.—PETITIONS. IN THE THIETT-SIXTH TEAR OP THE EEIGN OP HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. BEING THE SECOND SESSION OP THE PIPTH PAELIAMENT OP NEW ZEALAND WELLINGTON : 1872.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE PAPERS. VOL. 111. G.—MISCBKLANBOTS. H.—Reports of Select Committees. I.—Petitions. PKIHTED ffOE THE HOUSE OP EEPKESENTATIVES, BX GEOBGE DIDSEUEY, GOYEENMENT PEINTEE, WELLINGTON. THE U»H(*»Y CANTERBURY UNI-*-- COU»ttl CHWSTCMUKCh. HZ
> CONTENTS. G—MISCELLANEOUS. Qr.—l, NEW ZEALAND WAR MEDAL—Papers relative to the Issue of the. G.—2. IMPORTS, EXPORTS, SHIPPING, AND CUSTOMS REVENUE—GeneraI Summary of, for the Year 1871. G.—3. IMMIGRANT SHIP " ENGLAND " —Report of Commissioners appointed to inquire into certain matters connected with the Ship "England," and Correspondence with the Agent-General thereon. G.—4. GOLD FlELDS—Reports on the Gold Fields of New Zealand. G. —4a. Further Reports on the Gold Fields of New Zealand (Auckland). G. —4b. Regulations for granting Agricultural Leases on Gold Fields in the Province of Nelson. G— 5. LAND TRANSFER—Report of the Registrar-General of Land for the Year ended 30th June, 1872. G.—6. LUNDON AND WHITAKER CLAlMS—Papers relative to the. G.—7. THOMAS CRAIG'S CASE—Papers relative to the Report of the Public Petitions Committee on tlm Petition of Thomas Craig. G—B. POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS—Statement showing the Deposits received and paid by the Post Office Savings Banks of the Colony, together with the expenses of working the Department, for the Year 1871. G—9. SESSION OF PARLIAMENT AT DUNEDIN—Papers relative to the proposal of holding a Session at Dunedin. G.—lo. CIVIL SERVICE ACT, 1871—Report of the Actuary appointed under the. G.—ll. PUBLIC BUILDINGS—Report on the State of the Public Buildings by the Colonial Architect. G—l2. MR. BULLER'S LEAVE OF ABSENCE—Further Papers relative to. G.—l3. NEW ZEALAND UNIVERSITY—Further Papers relative to the Establishment of the. G.—l4. ARMED CONSTABULARY—AnnuaI Report on the State, Efficiency, and Distribution of the. G.—l4a. MILITIA AND VOLUNTEERS—AnnuaI Report of the Inspector of Militia and Volunteers. G. —15. GOVERNMENT ANNUITIES —Report of the Government Annuities Commissioner; together with Accounts to 30th June, 1872. G. —16. COLONIAL INDUSTRIES—Memorandum of Action taken in accordance with Resolutions of the Joint Committee on Colonial Industries. G—l7. PHORMIUM FlBRE—Further Papers relative to the Preparation of the. G. —18. CLAIM OF JOHN MARTIN—Report of the Commissioners appointed to investigate the Claim of, on account of Contract for new Government House. G.—l9. MANAWATU LANDS, AND WANGANUI BRlDGE—Papers relating to the Purchase of Lands in the Manawatu District by the Hon. Colonel Feilding; and the Wanganui Bridge Tolls. G.—2o. NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD FIELDS—Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, New South Wales Gold Fields, 1871. G.—2l. SURVEYS—Report of the Inspector of Surveys. G.—22. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING AND PRINTING—Return showing the Amounts paid to Newspapers for Advertising and Printing. G.—23. . GOLD FIELDS ADMINISTRATION—Papers relative to the Under Secretary for Gold Fields corresponding direct with Wardens on Gold Fields. G.—24. AURIFEROUS LAND AT COROMANDEL—Correspondence between Messrs. Hesketh and Richmond (Solicitors) and the Government relative to the Waiver of the Right of the Crown to Minerals on certain Lands at Coromandel. G— 25. GOVERNMENT PRINTING—Report on the Government Printing Department, for the Year ended 30th June, 1872. G. —26. SALMON —Papers relative to the Introduction of Salmon Ova into New Zealand. G.—26a. Further Papers relative to the Introduction of Salmon Ova into New Zealand. G.—27. LUNATIC ASYLUMS—Reports on the Lunatic Asylums in the Colony.
G.—27a. —- Further Report (Province of Canterbury). G.—2B. WOOL EXPORTED—Comparative Return of Wool Exported from the Wool Exporting Ports of New Zealand, for the Years 1871-72. G.—29. RE-INTERMENT OF IMPERIAL TROOPS—Papers relating to the Removal and Re-interment of the Remains of Imperial Soldiers who fell at Ohaeawai in 1815. G.—3o. MARINE DEPARTMENT—Seventh Report of the Marine Department, for the Year ended 30th June, 1872. G.—3l. TELEGRAPHS—Eighth Annual Report of the Working and Progress of the New Zealand Telegraph Department. G.—32. SMALL POX —Report by Dr. Nichqison on the steps taken by him to prevent the spread of Small Pox in the Province of Auckland. G.—33. CLAIM OF JOHN KELLY—Papers relating to the Claim of John Kelly to Compensation for Non-possession of Land Purchased by him from the Crown. G.—34. RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT AT AUCKLAND—Papers relative to the Conduct of the Business of the. G. —34a. Further Papers. G.—35. HARBOUR DEPARTMENT AT GRBYMOUTH—Correspondence relative to the Maintenance of the. G — 36. REGISTRATION OF DEEDS—Correspondence relative to Fees on Registration of Deeds at Auckland. G—37. ROAD DISTRICTS IN TARANAKl—Statistics of. G.—3B. NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE.—Fourth Annual Report of the. G.—39. WELLINGTON BOTANICAL GARDEN—Third Report on the. G — 40. MANAWATU LAND PURCHASE—Correspondence relative to the Claims of the Province of Wellington against the Colony on account of the Manawatu Lands. G.—4oa. SETTLEMENT AT PALMERSTON—Correspondence relative to the Settlement of Immigrants at Palmers ton, Province of Wellington. G.—4ob. WELLINGTON CLAlMS—Statement of Claims of the Province of Wellington against the General Government. G.—4l. TRAVELLING EXPENSES—Return of Travelling Expenses for the Financial Year 1871-72. G— 42. PARLIAMENTARY BUILDINGS—Return of the Amount Expended on Parliamentary Buildings in Wellington. G. —43. MINING COMPANIES —Return of Mining Companies Wound-up and in course of being Liquidated. G— 44. PHORMIUM MANUFACTURE—Letter from the Agent-General, forwarding Specimens of Towelling Manufactured in England from New Zealand Phormium. G.—45. OTAGO UNIVERSITY—Opinion of the Attorney-General on the Power of the Otago University to confer Degrees. G.—46. GEOLOGICAL MAP OF NEW ZE ALAND—Correspondence with Professor Owen relative to Copies of the Geological Map of the Colony, to accompany his Work on the "Wingless Birds of New Zealand." G. —47. EAGER v. GRACE —Papers relative to the Mining Encroachment Case of. G.—4B. FLOUR AND GRAlN—Return of Flour and Grain Exported from and Imported into New Zealand for the Year ended 30th June, 1872. G—4Ba. INTERPROVINCIAL TRADE AND COLONIAL SHIPPING—Returns relating to. G— 49. DISTRICT OF EGMONT—Papers relating to the Electoral Roll of the. G.—so. AMENDMENT OF LICENSING LAW—Schedule of Petitions presented to the House of Representatives, Session 1872, for amendment of the Licensing Law. G.—sl. HARBOUR, PILOT, AND LIGHT DUES—Return of. G.—52. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES—Return relating to, under « The Friendly Societies Act, 1867." G.—53. CIVIL SERVICE—NominaI Roll of the Civil Service of New Zealand on Ist July, 1872. G—s3a. IMMIGRATION AND PUBLIC WORKS—Return of Officers appointed under "The Immigration and Public Works Act, 1870."
H.—EEPOETS OP SELECT COMMITTEES. Note.—Reports of Select Committees, with the exception of those on Public Petitions and Maori Petitions, appear in the Journals. The following are those, the Proceedings and Evidence taken before which, were ordered to be printed, and such of the Reports of the Petitions Committees as were ordered to be printed. H.—l. ADMINISTRATION OF THE WASTE LAND LAWS OF OTAGO. H.—2. BULLER PETITION, relative to a Land Purchase by Mr. O'Conor, M.H.R. H.—3. PRIVILEGE. (Case of Mr. Martin's application to purchase a portion of Mr. Andrew's run.) H.—4. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. (On Revenues Bill.) H.—s. TELEGRAPH CABLE TO AUSTRALIA. H.—6. ESTABLISHMENT OF A BRANCH OF THE ROYAL MINT. H.— l. PRIVILEGE. (Case of alleged attempt on the part of an Agent of Messrs. Brogden to influence the vote of Mr. Harrison.) H.—B. COLONIAL INDUSTRIES. H.—9. MIDDLE ISLAND NATIVE AFFAIRS. H.—lo. GOLD FIELDS. H.—ll. NATIVE PETITIONS. H.—l2. PUBLIC PETITIONS. I.—PETITIONS. L—l. PETITION OF SETTLERS BETWEEN WAITOTARA AND WAINGONGORA RIVERS. 1.—2. PETITION OF RENATA KAWEPO AND 553 OTHER NATIVES OF HAWKE'S BAY.