FREE RAILWAY PASSES GRANTED TO STRANGERS, TOURISTS, AND DISTINGUISHED VISITORS.
Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1892 Session I, D-10
1892. NEW ZEALAND
FREE RAILWAY PASSES GRANTED TO STRANGERS, TOURISTS, AND DISTINGUISHED VISITORS.
Return to an Order of the House of Representatives do.tecl 6th July, 1893. Ordered, "That a return be laid before this House of the free passes over the Government railways granted tostrangers, tourists, and ' distinguished visitors, setting forth the names of the several recipients, for the years 1889, 1890, and 1891."—(Mr. W Hutchison.)
Eetvjbk of Feee Passes over the New Zealand Bailways granted to Strangers, Tourists, and Distinguished Visitors, for the Years 1889, 1890, and 1891. 1889.
Mrs. Paterson (and nephew), Mrs. G. D. Langridge, Mrs. Mr. C. P Landon, Superintondont, India telegraphs. Ham, Mrs. Morey, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Tavenor, Mrs. Mr. W C. Dunbar, C.B., Assistant Under-Seeretary for Craven, Mrs. Outrun, Mrs. Methven, and Mrs. Sargood, Scotland. wives of members of the Legislative Assembly, Vie- The Very Rev. Dean of Ma-ritzburg, Natal. toria. Mr. Harvey (and wife), professional, London and South- Mrs. Dillon, sister of member of the Legislative Assembly western Railwav, England. Victoria. Mr. F Jackson, Union Steamship Company, Sydney Mrs. Fletcher (and child), wife of Superintendent of Vic- Major-General Edwards, aide-de-camp, and orderly intorian Court, Dunedin Exhibition. spectiug colonial forces. Mrs. O. Meyer, wife of New South Wales Commissioner Mr. E. Caine, geological representative New South Wales. at Exhibition. Mr. H. J Scott, representative of South Australia at Mrs. B. S. Bird, wife of Postmaster-General, Tasmania. Exhibition. G. de Aizavedo, Portugal newspaper representative. Mr. A. Fletcher, representative of Victoria at Exhibition. Mr. W V. Bead, Mr. H. Fry, Mr. H. Schwartzkoff, and Mr. 0. Meyer, representative of New South Wales at Mr. Bissett, professionals, New South Wales railways. Exhibition. Professor S. Dickenson (and wife), lecturer, America. Mr. C. E. Kerr, Mr. Rose, and another, professionals, Mr. G. W Bayly professional, M.I.C.E. South Australian railways. Rev. G. Warren, visitor. Mr. L.. Anson, Melbourne Leader Mr. W D. Grant, dairying industry, England. Mr. C. S. MacHardy, professional, Scotland railways. Mr. James Warren, C.E., Town Clerk, Hawthorne, Vic- Mr. S. Nicholls, Sydney Morning Herald. toria. Mr. A. Myers, Melbourne Argus. Lieut.-Colonel Gleig, Burmah, on furlough. Mr. Gaunt (and wife), Judge, Victoria Mr. D, I. Arnotfc, Editor Irish Times. Mr. J Farrell, Sydney Daily Telegraph. Mr. James Simbert, Deputy Postmaster-General, Victoria. Mr. D. Christie Murray, author. Mr.- A. E. Forbes, Mr. Payton-Jones (and wife), Mr. J Mr. R. T Lytton, Consul, Uruguay MacDougall, and Mr. J Sadler, professionals, Victorian Mr. C. E. Davis, reporter. railways. Mr. George Smith, Ballarat Agricultural Society. Messrs. Grierson (2), sons of late General Manager, Great Mr. J J Wright, professional, Siemens Brothers, London. Western Railway, England. Mr. R. Coombes, representative Sydney Referee. Mr. A. W. Lawdor (and wife), M.I.C.E., and Mr. W H. Mi'. A. C. Childs, professional, Philadelphia and Reading White, professionals, Indian railways. Railway. Mr. W Stanley, M.I.C.E., professional, England. Hon. W G. Windeyer, Judge, New South Wales. Major-General R. E. Scbaw, C.B., advising on colonial Lieutenant W Holmes, colonial forces, New South Wales, defences. on furlough. Sir Somers Vine, Imperial Institute. Mr. Milne, Superintendent of Prisons, Fiji. Mr. R. J. Creighton, New Zealand representative in MM. Pecheur, Lucas, and Gamier (and wives), French America. Government, Tahiti. Rev. Dr. McGregor (and secretary) and Principal Rainy, French Governor of Tahiti and party (5). D.D. (and wife), Church of Scotland delegates. Lieutenant M. Leblanc, French Navy. Major-General Strange, in charge of " Maxim " gun. Guard, New South Wales railways. Surgeon-Major Haig and Surgeon-Major McGregor, India, Mr. J Thomas, Melbourne Age. on furlough. Captain Ashby, Wm. Ashby and Co., London. Professor Wallace, Edinburgh University. Naval officers French, 13 ; English, 96.
Return of Free Passes over the New Zealand Railways granted to Strangers, Tourists, and Distinguished Visitors— continued. 1890.
Mrs. J Kidd, wife of member of Legislative Assembly, New South Wales. Mrs. Paterson, wife of member of Legislative Assembly, Victoria. Mrs. Kaeppel, daughter of member of Legislative Assembly, Victoria. Professor Ives, Adelaide University. Hon. S. J Way, Chief Justice, South Australia. Mr. P O'Brien, Mr. D. H. Armstrong, Mr. Calcott, Mr. J J Robertson, Mr. D. Kirkcaldie (and wife), and Mr. G. J Roberts, professionals, New South Wales railways. Tβ Pou Ota Rangi (and party, 16), chief, Rarotonga. Mr. E. M. G. Eddy (and wife), A.I.C.E., Chief Commissioner, New South Wales Railways. Lord Carrington (also aide-de-camp and servant), Governor of New South Wales. Earl of Kintore (also Countess of Kintore party 4 and servants, 2), Governor of South Australia. Mr. J Main, Secretary for Education, Victoria. Mr. Gullett (and wife), Sydney Daily Telegraph. Hon. Mr. Duncan (and wife), Fiji. Mr, P E. Stewart, Melbourne. Sir T. Mcllwraith (wife, and daughter), member of Legislative Assembly Queensland. Mr. Wilkins (and wife), Secretary to New South Wales Commission. Mr. Cameron (and wife), Secretary to Victorian Commission. Mr. J E. Sherrard, Secretary Melbourne Exhibition. Mr. Pitzgibbon (wife, and 2 children), Town Clerk, Melbourne. Mr. J 0. Brown, proprietor, Melbourne Daily Times. Mr. H. Osment, Mayor, Prahran. <Sir J. Thurston (and wife), Fiji. Mr. Spence, Secretary to Sir J Thurston. Kinwar Bhav Singffi Madhazinggi Probanda Katliiawar, Indian Prince. Mr. F B. O'Shea, Tutor to Indian Prince. Mr. B. W Young, professional. Mr. H. A. Lenchan (and wife), Sydney Major-General Schaw, R.E., advising re colonial defences. Mr. W M. Fehoii, Commissioner, New South Wales railways. Mr. Jeans and 23 others (with wives), members Victorian Bowling Team.
Mrs. P 0. Fysh, jun., daughter-in-law of Premier of Tasmania. Mrs. C. A. Badham, wife of officer. New South Wales i railways. Mr. F Walsh, Parliamentary Librarian, New South Wales. Mr. R. L. J Ellery, Government Astronomer, Victoria. Baron von F Mueller, K.C.M.G., F.R.S., &c, Victoria. Captain Moore, R.N (and sister), King George's Sound . Defences. Mi:. C. G. Frazer, Melbourne Standard. Mr. E. A. Harrison, General Manager, T Cook and Son. Mr. Eaton (Mrs. and' Miss), Under-Troasurer for Victoria. Mr. Hynes, Victoria, Snares Light. Rev. J Chalmers (and wife), New Guinea missionary and ; '. explorer. Dr. (and Mrs.) Waylen, West Australia Professors Kernot and Lylle, Melbourne University; Professors Liversidge and Warren, Sydney University, Professor llaswell, Sydney Mr. A. W. Howitt and Professor Lawrie, Melbourne Mr. R. H. Roe, Brisbane , Professor Goodall, United States ; Mr. R. L. Jack, Brisbane University Australasian Association for Advancement of Science. Mr. H. Schwartzkoff, Mr. D. C. Simpson (and wife), Mr. ; Bond, Mr. D. A. Armstrong, Mr. A. G. Lowenstein, Mr. V Thomas, Mr. M. S. Browne, Mr. Frame (and wife), Mr. Sutherland (and wife), Mr. Foulston (and wife), j professionals, New South Wales railways. Hon. Mr. Copley Commissioner of Lands, South Australia, j and wife and private secretary Mr. T Short, Mr. Courtney (and wife), Mr. E. Cooke (and j . wife), Mr. T. Johnston, Mr. E. Strong (and sister), Mr. F Dunnage, Mr. Tweedley, Mr. Oakley Archer (and j '. wife), Mr. P Cowderoy professionals, Victorian rail- i '. ways.
Archbishop Carr and party, Melbourne. Earl of Ancrum, aide-de-camp to Governor of New South Wales. Mr. Chase and wife, Victoria. Mr. Webster and Mr. Fisher, Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company Rev. Mark Guy Pearse, delegate from Wesleyan Conference. Hon. A. Campbell, United States of America representative for World Fair. General Booth and private secretary, Salvation Army. Mr. P Mennell, correspondent Daily Chronicle. Mr. Rudyard Kipling, author. Rev. Mr. Berry ex-chairman Congregational Union, Eng. Mr. Litchlield, professional, South Australian railways. Professor F W Pennefather, South Australia. Hon. H. S. Berkeley, Chief Justice, Fiji. Brigade-Surgeon Fleming, Imperial Army on furlough. Mr. Gwynnen, professional, Queensland. MM. Etienne, Leonce, Brunand (and wife), P Maisonnence, Marestang, Parfet (and wife), and Dr. Negretti, Tahiti Government. Captain Swatow, French Imperial Service, Tahiti. M. Le Cosite, Judge, Tahiti. Mr. Koebele, United States of America, Agricultural Department. Captain Home, Superintendent of Prisons, New South Wales. Mr. C. H. Grant, General Manager, Tasmanian railways. Sergeant-major Terry Royal Engineers, on furlough. Hon. Mr. Wilson (and wife), member of Legislative Council, Queensland. Mr. M. W Green, ex-M.H.R. for Dunedin, Adelaide. Naval officers English, 87 Prussian, 16; French, 20. And English seamen, 24.
Colonel Gardner (and wife), Imperial forces, on furlough. Mr. P Joyce, Sub-collector of Customs, Albury, New South Wales. Mr. J Doyle (and wife), Mr. C. F W Cookson, Mr. A. Guthrie, Mr. S. F Maxwell, Mr. J Lunt, and Mr. D. Chambers, professionals, Victorian railways. Mr. L. Anson, Melbourne Leader. Mr. J G. Gray, Melbourne Argus. Mr. E. Chatelain, official agent, Victoria. Mr. A. Day, representative of Great Britain at Exhibition. M. E. de Montour, French journalist, Le Temps. Mr. J ,N Vickers and Mr. E. Roberts, professionals, England. Mr. D. Christie Murray, author. Mr. J 0. Fairfax and Mr. W Wynne, Sydney Morning Herald. Mr. E. C. Collins, Reuter's agent, Sydney Major Pain, Gordon Highlanders, on furlough. Mr. H. W Warren, Eastern Extension Telegraph Company Colonel Samuells, Bengal Staff Corps, on furlough. Mr. R. Strachey, professional, Burmese railways. Mr. (and Mrs.) Raven, Imperial Engineers, on furlough. Mr. B. R. Wise, ex-Attorney-General, Sydney Mr. Dawson, England. Professor E. Jenks, Melbourne University. Captain Hixson, R.N (and Mr. Hixson), President of Marine Board, New South Wales. Mr. A. Morton, Secretary Australian Science Association, Tasmania. Hon. Burdett-Smith, member of Legislative Council, New South Wales. Mr. George Smith, Ballarat Agricultural Society. Mr. J H. Groom, Chief Customs Officer, Fiji. Crown Prince of Tonga and party (3). M. and Madamo Artand Mesdames Bumetat and Kibe; MM. Leonce, Portejoux, and Marchand, Tahiti Government. Lieutenant Texier (and wife), French Naval Artillery. Mr. Turton (and wife), Canadian newspaper. Mr. G. H. R. Hatch, T. Cook and Son. Mr. A. Watson, professional, United States railways. Mr. B. Baden-Powell, late Private Secretary to Sir H. Norman. Naval officers English, 33 German, 46 French, 40.
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