IN TERPROVINCIAL NEWS.
[Pkb Pbrsb Ahsooiatio*.] Auckland, May 10. In regard to the i anranea Sobool Committee embroglio ie^al advice obtained by the Board of E, u.:itiou status that the teacher of a publ .-. school may hold oflßoe aa member of a School Committee. Wokefi Id, a lodper at the Imper'a' Hotol, loaped from a three-ato'ey window nf that boildlog on to the pavement', a distance of sixty feet, this morning. Ha left arm wan broken, bat he vraa otherwise uninjured. Gisboknb, May 10. A Maori girl, Maria Mann, eight years of age, ?ae burned to doath at Walapa on Monday. Oare!jQgne'B was shown on the port of the p«!e.ita, but no Inquiry was hi. 13. . ' Blenheim, May 10. A man named Michael Dowllng died to-day while undHrgoiog un operation for oanc-r m the Hospital. He had oholoroform agftinat the advioe of the doctors Dr Qlesjhorn operated sod Dr Nairn ad ministored, and before the operation was over the patient suddenly ceased to breathe. Dunbdin, May 10. At the annual meeting of the Suoiel Reform Apsoolatlon it was stated that an invitation had been sent to Henry George to visit the colony A rasointlon was passed In favor of laDd nationalisation Tqe Society has been started to consider questions of sooiol reform and has already taken an aotlvo part m oonneotlon with ( .he sweating syetein.
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