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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

- ♦ (PER PR-6S ASSOCIATION.) Haw Plymouth, January 15 A large and influential drputatinn waited on Mr Samuel, M.H R . this morning respetting a letter sent by Mr William Bayley, the late Mayor, to the Minister of Justice marked " private," but signed aa Mayor, stating that a numbor of burgesses had requested him to aak the Government to remove District Judge Bawson as bo was partial. ( The deputation said Mr Bayley had no right to take npon himself during hie last day of office aa Mayor, aud without consulting tbe Borough Council to send such a letter, and they asked Mr Samuel to gst from the Minister of Justice a copy and names of burgesses who bad requested *»*r Bayley to aot In the way he bad. Tbe deputation spoke highly bf Mr Rawson's impartial administration of justioe and deprecated Mr Bayley's ac Jon In the matter laying that it- was unjustifiable on his part. Wellington, January 15. At noon the squadron was signalled ten miles off the heads, under easy steam, j It Is expected to reach the harbor between 2 and 3 p.m. Timabtj, January 15 Mr JSdwd. Dobson, the engineer, who constructed the town waterworks writes to the Council tbat he oannot advise that they may be extended so as tc supply water enough for eleotrlo lighting. They wonld require remodelling and the cost would be more than tbe return would justify. At present tbe water Is used to excess. Meters have been fixed without the knowledge of some private consumers, and one of th_m used over nine thousand gallons per day last month. Dunedin, January 15 In the Supreme Court Mrs Margaret Cairns sued James Stewart, a member of the Hut-Bar troops, for Injuries sustained through being knocked down and run over ta Rattray street on the ocoaalon of the night alarm. The jury awarded her £50 damages. In Divorce Jurisdiction Rix v Rix aud li.vingt.on, now beta; heard, tbe wife eloped to Melbourne with co-respondent a member of a grocery firm here. There la no defence.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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