United Press Association—Per Eleotrio Telegraph Nelson, May 25 The Tadmor School, valued at i! 300, built in 1881, wan destroyed by fira last night. There are no insurances and no details are yet available. Hokitika., May 25 John Duncan, late Inspector of Fiaheries, and a highly respected resident of Westland from the earliest days, died last night, aged ninety-three. Dunedin, May 25 Mr ITanlon appealed to Judge Williams this morning for a change of venu in the Invercfirgil' case, in which Bernard Finnerty and Albert Prentice are charged with rape, and Frederick I?odgers 13 charged with wilful damage to property. The ground of the application was thab the accused could not have a fair trial in Invercar^ill owing to public feeling nnd prejudice against them. The Crown Prosecutor opposed the application, which was refused.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6579, 25 May 1905
To-day's Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6579, 25 May 1905
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