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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

~* (FSB PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Temperan:e Lessons. AUCKLAND. April 24, A majority of the Bchool committees last eight passed resolutions m favor of introducing Dr Richardson's temperance lesson book. Fire. A fire at Te Awamutu destroyed the shop of Lyons,' bootmaker ; Brown, saddler; Ogle, chemist. The Insurance has not yet been "soertaiued. A Wind-up; Wellington, April 24. At a meeting of the shorenolders of the Ter»whltl Persevering Gold Mining Ooy. it was resolved to wind ap voluntarily. Lord Onslow. It has now been decided that Lord Onslow will come overland from Auckland reaching Wellington by rail on Thursday, May 2ad. He will be met at the railway station and escorted to Government buildings where the oeremony of swearing him io will be performed by the Chief Justice.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2117, 24 April 1889

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