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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) - The Bailway Commissioner* WBtLISOTOK. JttWiTfU: The Railway Commissioner! will not be Utzatted till the business ig«ready to be taken over. They are anxious to obtain control at on :e, bat aooounta have to be btlanoad and other work dooe, en that It will probably be February Ist before the new arrangement oomei into force. Proposed Legislation. Cabinet meetings will be held day and night moat of the we*k. Measures to be laid before Parliament, luce ding one dealing with Hospital and Charitable Aid, are now tinder consideration, and tome considerable ohangeo are to be proposed to Parliament, : Dnnedln Tramway*. Oxjvtms, January 14. Tne olty tramways report show* a fall— Ing rfi In the year 1 * traffio of 19£ Lln consequence the revenue aosount only •howi a credit of £1837. The profit And lon aooount is In debit £380. The, Dlreotors recommend writing off the capital aooonnt cqaal to ,3s per share. Death. Donald, the eldest son of the Rev Dr Stuart, died on Baturday night. Fire A slx-rooraed honie at Ooiey Del!, owned by D. Simpson, gardener,, wae burned down last nifcbt The insaraneo was £172 m the Union office.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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