Category:Knights Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire

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306<8v- THE. LONDON GAZETTE, JUT^E 1, 1888, . (S WINE-FEVER.) T the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the 1st day of June, 1888. By Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. The Lords and others of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in them vested tinder The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts, 1878 to 1886, and of every other power enabling them in this behalf, do order, and it is hereby ordered, as 'follows : 1. The limits of the following Place which is declared by order of the Local Authority acting in and for the county of Warwick, dated the twenty- fifth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight, to be a Place infected with swine-fever (namely), — the pig-stys at the rear of the Weavers Arms Public House in the occupation of Andrew Bull, and the house, butcher'sshop, pig-siys, and other buildings, and yard ndjoining, in the occupation of Josiah Buckler, b'oth. situate in Abbey-street, in the parish of Nuneaton, iu the Atherstone Division of the county of Warwick, — are hereby contracted or altered so as to include the Place as described in the Schedule to this Order, and the Place so described in the Schedule to this Order shall from and after the commencement of this Order be deemed to be the Place declared by the said owler of the Local -Authority to be a Place infected with swine-fever. 2. This Order shall take effect from and immediately after the second day of June, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight. C. L. Peel. SCHEDULE. A Place comprising the pig-stys at the rear of the Weavers Arms Public House in the occupation .of Andrew Bull, and the house, pig-stys, and other buildings (except the butcher's-shop and slaughter-house), and yard adjoining, in the occupation of Josiah Buckler, both situate in Abbey-street, in the parish of Nuneaton, in the Atherstone Division of the county of Warwick. Foreign Office, May 30, 1888. THE Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has received from Her Majesty's Ambassador at Berlin a copy-of the Central and District Official Gazette for Alsace-Lorraine of the 22nd instant, of which the following is an extract in translation:— •" On and after Thursday, the 31st of May, 1888, all foreigners without distinction crossing the French frontier, whether they are passing through, or intend to take up their residence in the country, must be in possession of a passport which has been vised at the German Embassy at Paris. The visa must not be older than one year. " License cards for foreign commercial travellers d6 not take the place of the requisite passport. "" Foreigners who are not in possession of a regular passport are not to be allowed to proceed on their journeys, and if necessary are to be re-conducted across the frontier." India Office, May 24, 1888. THE Queen has been graciously pleased to make the following appointments to the First, Second, and Third. Classes of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India :— To be a Knight Grand 'Commander. His Highness the Maharajah of Travancore. To be Knights Commanders. James Broad wood Lyall, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, Lieutenant-Governor of the Punjab. Charles Haukes Tod Crosthwaite, Esq., C.S.I., Bengal Civil Service, Chief Commissioner, Burma. To be Companions. James ^Westland, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, Comptroller and Auditor-General, and Head Commissioner of Paper Currency. Anthony Patrick MacDonnell, Esq., Secretary to Government of India, Home Department. India Office, May 24, 1888. THE Queen has. been graciously pleased to make the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire:— To be Knights Commanders. Raymond West, Esq., Bombay Civil Service, Member of the Council of the Governor of Bombay. Nawab Nawazish Ali Khan, C.I.E. Guilford Lindsay Molesworth, Esq., C.I.E., Consulting Engineer to Government of India for State Railways. Frederick Russell fHogg, Esq., C.S.I., Bengal Civil Service, Director-General of the Post Office of India. 'Sirdar Naoroz Khan, of Kharan.'Bold text Surgeon-General William James Moore, C.I.E., Surgeon-General with the Government of Bombay, and Honorary Surgeon to the Viceroy of India. Nawab Imam Baksh, Khan, C.I.E. Sirdar Atar Sing, of Bhadour, C.I.E. Raja Velugoti-Sri-Krishna Yachendra, of Venkatagiri, C.S.I. To be.. Companions. Edmund Forster Webster, Esq., Madras Civil Service. Alexander John Lawrence, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant Allahabad Volunteer Rifle Corps. Colonel James Cavan Berkeley, Madras Staff Corps. Edward Charles Kayll Ollivant, Esq., .Bombay Civil Service, Municipal Commissioner for the city of Bombay. Heera Sahib Lall Ramanuj Pershad Sing. Major William Sinclair Smith Bisset, Royal Engineers. Meirjibai Kuvarji, Dewan of Kholapur. Charles Henry Tawney, Esq., Bengal Educational Department. Colonel Thomas Weldon, Madras Staff Corps, Commissioner, Madras Town Police. Henry Irwin, Esq., Public Works Department Captain Buchanan Scott, Royal Engineers, Deputy Consulting Engineer, Public Works Department. Arthur Hedding Hildebrand, Esq., Burma Commission, Superintendent of the Shan States. James Walker, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, 2nd Punjab or Simla Volunteer Rifle Corps. Ressaldar Major Muzaffar Khan, Sirdar Bahadur, 4th Cavalry, Hyderabad Contingent.

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