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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

"~ (PSB JPBJEBS ASSOCIATION.; Shipping* . Wxixington. January 6. Arrived-rSblp Toraktna, Oapt. Power, from London, 93 days ont. Saidde. ...-. At the inquest on Hollyman, who ahot himself yesterday, it was stated he came from GHsborne. Tbe evidence tendered showed that financial matters caused the act, m deceased's Bank accoont vu reduced to oneihllling, and only tenpenoe was found on the body. A verdict of " Suicide" wae returned. Secondary Schools Conference' Ghbiktchtjboh, January 5. The; Secondary Schools Conference passed ft resolution expressing unqualified dissent from the principle affirmed by the governing body of Christ's College m the motion re Cjrf e*s dismissal, that a period of 14 or 15 years is long enough for the beet qualified man to bold a headmasterahlp. The Conference expressed regret at losing its first president, Mr Halkett Dawson, of Timaro. Tin. Lctsboaboul, January 6. At the Warden'! Court, Rtverton, J. G Ward, M.HB., was granted a license to aeareh for minerals other than gold or •liver for three tquare miles between Tewaewae Bay and Preservation Inlet. A right to prospect over a similar area adjoining, waa also granted to H. F. Toon?. Tbe "Star "reports there Is good reason to believe that between the points named tin exists m large quantities, quite eclipsing any prospect yet submitted from Stewtrt Island*

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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