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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

I (PBB PBBBS ASSOCIATION.) The Batman Famine Auckland, July 24. Consul Ooptlogan has written to Bishop Oowie ■oknow'edging bieouits sent by the j Ohristchurch Volunteers for the re'ief of i the Samoans, and saying that they arrived m a time of great need and were appreciated. The New Oomet Mr SteveQßon, F.RA.tf,, Auckland, observed the comet, which has been seen at Sydney, through a glass last nl?ht. The hoid was large, bat not sharply defined. Fire The house of Leaaine and Jack, Union ■treat, wan destroyed by fire this morning, j Educational Troubles. Dtoedik, July 24 Mr David White, In replying to the Educational Bjard, saya the aim and purpose of nla epeeoh — wherein he oondemned the " three name system," and oharaoterlaod it as "a piece of grots favoritism from beginning to end," was Intended to aid the Bnard In *he solution of the appointments d ffioultp. Dunedin Beßenroir Mr Kirams, City Kngin. er, reoommonds the City Council to spend £650 m the construction of an additional stoim water channel from the Boaa Creek resorvoir.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2181, 24 July 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2181, 24 July 1889

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