THE LONDON GAZETTE FEBRUARY by jennyyingdi

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									 1126            THE LONDON GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 22, 1898.
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    4. The Bills will be issued and paid at the                  they see fit, by their Order change the
 Bank of England.                                             " name of any Union, and direct how such
    5. The persons whose Tenders are accepted                 " change of name shall be .published ; no
 will be informed of the same on Saturday, the 26th           " such change of name shall affect any rights
 instant, and payment in full of the amounts of the           " or obligations of, or securities given by or
 accepted Tenders must be made to the Bank of                 " to, the said Union, or render defective any
 England not later than three o'clockj on Wednes-             "legal proceedings instituted by or against
 day, the 2nd proximo.                                        " the said Union; and any legal proceedings
  • 6. The Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's               " may be contuiiied or commenced by or
 Treasury reserve the right of rejecting any                  " against the sam Union by their new name
 Tenders.                                                     " which might have been continued or com-
    Treasury Chambers, February 18, 1898.                     " menced by or against the Union by their
                                                              *' former name."
                                                           And whereas by an Order dated the 28th day
    GENERAL ORDER of the Local Govern-                  of April, 1836, the Poor Law Commissioners
 ment Board: Apprenticeship of Pauper Children:         declared that the several parishes and places
 Amending Orders :—                                     specified in the margin thereof should be united
    To the Guardians of the Poor of the several         for the administration of the laws for the relief of
       Poor Law Unions for the time being in           the poor by the name of the Wisbeach Union ;
       England and Wales ;—                                And whereas in pursuance of further Orders of
    And to all others whom it may concern.             the said Poor Law Commissioners dated .respec-
       WHEREAS by certain General and other            tively the 5th day of October, 1836, and the
 Orders, the Poor Law Commissioners, the Poor           1st day of May, 1837, the parishes of Clench-
 Law Board, and We, the Local Government               warton, Outwell (Cambs.), Outwell (Norfolk),
 Board, prescribed Regulations to be observed by       Terrington St. Clement's, Terriugton St. John's,
 the Guardians of the Poor of the several Poor         Tilney All Saints, Tilney with Islington, Tilney1
 Law Unions in England and Wales, with regard          St. Lawrence, Upwell (Cambs.), and Upwell
 to the Apprenticeship of pauper children ;            (Norfolk) were added to the said Union ;
    And whereas by. certain Orders We have                And whereas it is expedient that the name of
 altered, so far as regards the Unions named in        the said Union should be changed as hereinafter
 such Orders, the Orders aforesaid, so as to enable   mentioned:
 Us to assent, in any case where it may seem to           Now therefore, We, the Local Government
 Us necessary or expedient, to a departure from        Board, in pursuance of the powers given to Us
 any of the Regulations contained in such Orders      by the Statutes in that behalf, hereby order as
 with regard to the Apprenticeship of pauper          follows : —
 children; :                                              ARTICLE I.—On and after the twenty-sixth
    And whereas it is expedient that further pro-     day of March, one thousand eight hundred and
 vision should be made in the matter as herein-       ninety-eight, the name of the said Union shall
after mentioned:                                      be changed to the Wisbech Union, and the
    Now therefore, in pursuance of the powers         Guardians of the Poor thereof shall be termed
given to Us by the Statutes in that behalf, We        " The Guardians of the Poor of the Wisbech
 do hereby alter the Orders above referred to,        Union."
prescribing Regulations to be observed with regard        ARTICLE II.— The said Guardians shall cause
to the Apprenticeship of pauper children, so as to    this Order to be published in each of two suc-
provide that We may assent, in any case where it      cessive weeks within one month from the date
may seem to Us necessary or expedient, to a           hereof, in some newspaper circulating within the
departure from any of the Regulations contained       Union.                                       - •
in the said Orders with regard to the Apprentice-               Given under the Seal of Office of the
ship of pauper children.                                           Local Government Board, this twenty-
   And We do hereby rescind the Orders secondly                    first day of February, in the year one
above referred to, except so far as such Orders                    thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.
may have been acted upon.
      Given under the Seal of Office of the Local
        Government Board, this fifteenth day of                                   Henry Chaplin,
        February, in the year one thousand eight                                          President.
        hundred and ninety-eight.
                                                        •S. B. Provis, Assistant Secretary.
                           Henry Chaplin,
                                   President.
                                                    THE DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACTS,
    Hugh Owen, Secretary.
                                                                  1894 AND 1896.
                                                    William Reginald Karslake has resigned his
                                                 appointment as Temporary Assistant Inspector of
                                                 the Board of Agriculture for the purposes of the
    ORDER of the Local Government Board: above-mentioned Acts.
Altering Name of Union : —                          Board of Agriculture, 21st February, 1898.
            Wisbech (Wisbeach) Union.
    To the Guardians of the Poor of the Wisbeach
      Union ;—                                      Civil Service Commission, February 22,1898.
   To the Overseers of the Poor of the several      THE following Candidates have been certified
      parishes and places comprised in the said by the Civil Service Commissioners as qualified
      Union ;—                                   for the appointments set against their respective,
   And to all others whom it may concern.        names:— .
 '    WHEREAS by section 13 of " The Divided                     February 17, 1898.
Parishes and Poor Law Amendment Act, 1876,"                 AFTER OPEN COMPETITION.
it is enacted as follows :—                      Post Office.- Woman Clerk, London, Martha
   " The Local Government Board may, when           May Lutt.

								
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