title date range last dept responsible held
Customs Inwards Letters
Richard Carter, for Secretary and Inspector, Wellington - W C Maidens and W A Lack , both of Waihi
- convicted for breach of distillation Act - rewards to Informer, Police Sergeant Kiely, Sergent MacKinnon,
Constable Driscoll, Constable Cummings and Constable Miles
1909 1909 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
George Allport, Secretary, Marine Department, Wellington - S Lush, Helensville - his letter re stalling fish
in Kaipara Harbour - copy to be sent to Constable Driscoll of Helensville who is Inspector of Fisheries
1911 1911 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
[1] George Allport, Secretary, Marine Department, Wellington - Stalling of Fish in Kaipara Harbour
- forwarding copy of letter received from the Harbour Master; [2] E Driscoll, Constable No. 1002, Police
Station, Helensville - Stalling of Fish in Kaipara Harbour - suggesting appointment of a person to visit
different fishing grounds, as his territory only goes as far as South Head
1912 1912 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
[1] Frank Peter Flinn, Inspector of Fisheries, Great Barrier - George Constable - reporting stalling fish in
the Port Albert River on 11 February, and seizure of his fishing boat KAP65 "Hauraki"; [2] George Allport,
Secretary, Marine Department, Wellington - George Constable - prosecuted for stalling fish - rewards to
J P Flinn and Collector; [3] E Driscoll, Clerk of Court, Helensville - George Constable - forwarding his
redemption moneys
1914 1914 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
[1] W Dunphy, Constable No. 1246, Masterton - Wong Quin Ting, Chinese - reporting he can find no trace
of youth said to be his son [at house of George Noy]; [2] E Driscoll, Constable No. 1002, Police Station,
Helensville - Wong Wah, newly arrived Chinese - arrested in house of Wong Shing for possession of
opium; Wong Shing, Chinese Gardener, Te Pua - arrested for possession of opium in place of Wong
Wah; [3] W D G Grant, Boarding Inspector, Auckland - Chinese - reporting, accompanied by Stanaway
- he visited a market garden at Te Pua, near Helensville, and opium was found in the premises of Wong
Shing; Wong Quin Ting [Hing] - report on search for his son, said to have arrived from Fiji and evaded
payment of Poll Tax
1915 1915 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
[1] Richard Carter, Secretary and Inspector, Wellington - Tyerman - breach of the Beer Duty Act; [2] E
Driscoll, Constable No.1002
, Wellsford - W J Tyerman, Chemist, Wellsford - reporting beer cask
consigned to Great Northern Brewery did not have stamp defaced. File
1909 1909 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld
Richard Carter, Secretary and Inspector, Wellington - Driscoll Constable - cannot make an award for a
trivial case
1909 1909 New Zealand Customs Service,
Auckland Office
Akld