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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69

Lady Thurston

Lady Thurston.

of German subjects to lands in Fiji, March 21, 1885; British Commissioner on the Anglo-German Commission for the discussion of the interests of German and British subjects respectively in the South Seas, and for the more precise demarcation of British and German spheres of influence in those regions, August 3, 1885; again administered the government in 1885-1886; Lieutenant-Governor 1886; Governor of Fiji, High Commissioner of the Western Pacific, and Consul-General, 1887." In 1883 Sir John married Amelia, the youngest daughter of the late John Berry, Esq., of Albury, New South Wales, who, with her children, is now visiting Auckland for change of scene and climate. The portrait of Lady Thurston is from a photograph by Mr. Charles Hemus, photographer, of Auckland.