United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph Wellington, April 2» The Premier this morning promised a deputation of school teachers that he would introduce a Superannuation Bill during the coming session. Mr J. B. Farr, ex-Mayor of Karon, w::s killed to-day, presumably by a fall from his buggy. NELSON . April 25 Colonel Pitt, acting Postmaster-General, states that the excess of deposits m the Post Office Savings Bank over withdrawals for the first three months of this year is ,8142 000 compared with £3,000 for the corr^ondmgpenod^tbep.ev.ou.^ Maior Hughes, who goes Home m charge of the Bisley team, was this morning farewnlled by a representative meeting of oitiTens and presented with a purse of soverSs Maior Hughes has been an active Steer for 32 /ears and . has taken a SSSSSSaas the iHble m Schools League, onlyf^ASts were present and ony ?s™*** thm hands «p as willing to join thebranoh.
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To-day's Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905
To-day's Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905
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