3 edition of Sir William Martin; the life of the first Chief Justice on New Zealand found in the catalog.
Sir William Martin; the life of the first Chief Justice on New Zealand
Cyril Guy Lennard
Bibliography: p. 121-126.
|Statement||[by] Guy Lennard.|
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son of C. W. Adams, chief surveyor and commissioner of crown lands, Otago, New Zealand, was born at Lawrence, New Zealand, on 6 June He was educated at the Otago high school and Otago university, where he graduated B.A. and began to study law. The life of Chief Justice Way: a biography of Sir Samuel Way for many years Lieutenant-Governor and Chief Justice of South Australia and Chancellor of the University of Adelaide / by A.J. Hannan Angus and Robertson Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation.
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William married Marion, third daughter of J. Watts of Bridgend. Nelson. New Zealand on 1st July They first settled in Nelson, where son Charles was born, later they came up to Wairarapa, to Carterton, William was Secretary to the Pastoral and Agriculture Association and an Accountant, also Auctioneer. In the pre war years before Halsey served as the Flag Captain to the Commander-in-Chief, Australia, Sir Wilmot Fawkes. In Halsey was made captain of the battle cruiser, HMS New Zealand. In he took the ship on a tour of New Zealand and was presented with a sacred tiki and piupiu by an old Maori chief at Rotorua.
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(–80). First Chief Justice of New Zealand. A new biography of Martin, William appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site. William Martin was born in Birmingham, England, inthe youngest son of Henry Martin, and was educated first.
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[Christchurch, N.Z.] Whitcombe and Tombs  (OCoLC) Named Person: W Martin; W Martin; Martin. Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cyril Guy Lennard.
New Zealand's first chief justice, William Martin, the youngest son of Henry Martin, a manufacturer, and his wife, Mary Martin, was baptised on 22 May in Birmingham, England, where he received his early education at King Edward VI Grammar School. William Martin was called to the English bar in In January he was appointed New Zealand's first chief justice, and presided over the first sitting of the Supreme Court at Auckland in February Thomas Outhwaite.
Thomas Outhwaite was born at Ormside Hall in Westmoreland in and later lived in practised as a solicitor in Paris before coming to New Zealand in on the ship, the Tyne, with the first Chief Justice of New Zealand, the Hon Sir William Martin and Hon William Swainson, the second Attorney-General of New on board, they worked on the drafting of.
Sir William Fox, (born Jan. 20,South Shields, Durham, Eng.—died JAuckland, N.Z.), author and statesman who helped shape the Constitution Act ofwhich established home rule for New also served four short terms as the nation’s prime minister (, –62, –72, ).
After emigrating to New Zealand inFox became an agent for the New. William Martin Appointed New Zealand's first chief justice, William Martin, persided over the murder trial of Maketū Wharetōtara, a Bay of Islands Māori charged with murdering the granddaughter of a leading Ngāpuhi chief, two European adults and a European child.
Between March and AugustNew Zealand became the first country in the world in which all the highest offices in the land—head of state, governor-general, prime minister, speaker and chief justice—were occupied simultaneously by women.
The current prime minister is Jacinda Ardern, who has been in office since 26 October Calling code: + The Chief Justice is described in the Senior Courts Act as the head of the New Zealand judiciary (s 89).The Chief Justice presides in the Supreme Court and has administrative responsibilities for that court and, through the Chief High Court Judge, for the High Court.
The ancient history of the Staines name begins with the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. The name is derived from when the family resided in the parish of Staines in the counties of Middlesex and latter appears in the Domesday Book as "Stanes" derived from the Old English word "stan" and meant "place at the stones".
One of the first records of the name was Sir William Staine. “The death of the Hon. Sir Frederick Chapman closes an epoch in the history of the profession of the law in this country.
His eighty-seven years of life spanned the whole period of our constitutional government, and his connection with the administration of justice went back to his friendly intimacy in boyhood - 34 with our first Chief Justice, Sir William Martin. Sir William (Bill) Pickering was director of the National National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Jet Propulsion Laboratory for 22 years.
Born in Wellington inPickering moved to Havelock when he was four following the death of his mother. At the same time, however, some Europeans - like William Martin, the first Chief Justice of New Zealand - reasserted relational thinking, arguing that the Land Wars were fundamentally unjust and a Author: Dame Anne Salmond.
Chief Judge of the Court Martial of New Zealand Judge Kevin Riordan The Chief Justice is the head of the judiciary in New Zealand and is also the Head of Bench of the Supreme Court. The President of the Court of Appeal presides in the Court of Appeal and has.
WILLIAM FOX ON THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. [From the Wellington Independent, May ] " Tell us all about New Zealand," was a request continually addressed to Mr.
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The first Chief Justice of this country was Sir William Martin, a reserved careful and quiet figure, who arrived in New Zealand in and took up his role that year. The Martins built their home in Judges Bay, in Auckland, around from the Parnell look-out. It was away from other homes because that is how the Martins preferred toFile Size: KB.
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younger son of William Bede Dalley (q.v.), was born at Sydney on 5 October [sic. Actually ], and was educated at Beaumont College, England, and at Oxford. He was called to the bar in London in and practised at Sydney untilwhen he joined the staff of the served in the war for three years in Egypt and France, and on his return rejoined the Bulletin.
Bythe British New Zealand Company had begun buying land from the Maori tribes, and selling it to settlers, and, after the Treaty of Waitangi inmany British families set out on the arduous six month journey from Britain to Aotearoa to start a new life.
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