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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

* : (US tSMB A8SOOIA13OIT.) Appointment. --■ WjttUHGXoir, Slay 20. Mr Willis, Secretary to the Cabinet is to succeed Mr Forster Qoriog aaolerk to the i^eouiive Connoil, combinlog the two ol&CQIt ' . % '- ' r AcsUmiitltttton* TncAßir, May 20. Tits) South Ganterbuty tooltmatieation Sode^f to-day passed a resolution ejtfriKrffng the droclar re conference of SodetlM brood by tbe Ohristoharoh PJbeiity, exoopt the proposal to lory a iossaa Hcanso. It was suggested that tbt ibootlsg aeuon should be three s»ooth0; oomnsendog on April 16th ; that to* Soetue fee for aetllug game (natire or importscl) be £5, and for shooting £1 ; •boo^n|| oo Bandaye to be prohibited. The com of £15 waa voted towards the rapport of the Ghristohnreh Huh Hatchery. A GbMmittee wte appointed to report ttpofi the introdactlon of deer into the dUrtriot. Cteld JKblb*. , V-'- Bmncsof, May 20. ! It ii Mpdrted that a Company ha« been floated m London to worjc the Premier Kiiw, Haoetown. Messrs Ward and BiokWtt bare granted a protection to the Company to ooastraot a tunnel to divert tho Sawrrau at Victoria bridge. ■ The estimated cost fa £49,000.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 20 May 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 20 May 1889

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