The Ashburton Guardian. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1880. The Ashburton Magistracy.
TOWN EDITION. [lssued at 5 p.W.]
The siluation has at last been defined in regard to the Ashburton Magistracy, and Mr. Guinness has received definite orders, by telegraph, to proceed to Collingwood, his place on the Ashburton bench being supplied by Mr. Nugent Wood, an Otagan magistrate and goldfields warden. No appointment will be made to the district vacated by Mr. Wood, whose jurisdiction will be divided between the Invercargill and Lawrence Magistrates; while the present Collingwood Resident Magistrate—Mr. A. Le Grand Compbell—retires altogether. These arrangements save the cost of at least one R.M. to the colony, without interfering with the efficiency of the public service.
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