Evening Post 17 April 1884
WELLINGTON ACCLIMATISON SOCIETY.
A REWARD of 1 pound will be paid by the Society to any person who gives such information as will lead to the conviction of any person for killing Tuis; and a reward of 5 pounds on the conviction of any person for killing any hen Pheasant, or for killing any Pheasant, Quail, or Hare without a license to shoot, or with killing or taking Trout or Salmon during the close season.
WM. THOS. LOCKE TRAVERS,
In connection with the above Mr. Travers suggest that owners of property should prevent unlicensed persons form entering upon their land for the purpose of shooting
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS ON THE HUTT RIVER.
A PAYMENT of One Shilling each will be made by the undersigned for every Shag destoyed on the Hutt River; both feet to be produced. The co-operation of settlers and others interested in stocking the river with salmon and trout is earnestly requested.
MR. JAS. CRUICKSHANK, Upper Hutt
MR. THOS. COTTER, Silver Stream (sic)
CAPTAIN HUMPHREY, Black Bridge.