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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBB FRBSB ASSOCIATION.)

.» ■. Auckland City Valuation. 'z'-~'tk : ''~ At7dtaAin>, Match 25. The olty valuations, before the sitting of the Assessment Oonrt, ware £323.200 ; * and after revision by the Opart £313.022, ■fcjhawing . reduotiona to the extent of £10,084. The reductions last year •mounted to £15,658. Tha Native Meeting. The Native meeting at Orakei has postponed the openiog of proceedings till Wednesday; „ . Mr Mitcheleon. Mr Mltobelson goes to the Thames tomorrow to arrange with tbePisko Natives t» c blook of land there m wbloh the Government iank £18,000, and will not be btok for the opening of the Orakei meeting bat will attend It on Thursday. ; Education. A. deputation from the Board of Edu:t»tlon waited on the fion G. Fisher this morning and asked when the balsnoe of the vote for sohool buildings will be .dJatribnted. The Minister said Government had not distributed the whole of the £80,000 voted last year for that purpose, becauee he (Mr Fisher) thought that the present system of dividing on the population basis was uos»tisfactory. Many districts insufficiently •applied with sohool buildings would rttnaln so under the present system. The ' lEdaeaiton department were considering • hotter method of distribution when their deliberations were interrndtod by the 'Ulneie of Mr Habsni. Meantime money. 'Vie belfig granted where most pressiugly required. On the M'nliter's return to Wellington he premised, if possible, to •end the Auckland chare of money The Board of Education considered £5000 *hb «eqoired to enable them to undertake most neoessary work. Gamins and Lotteries Act. Dronroiv, March 25. At the City Oonrt ilenry White nss ehftrged with an illegal game m betting totallsator odds with ten pounds limit. Mr Solomon for the defenoe oontendad that no offenoe was disclosed Judgment «ai reierved

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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