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To-day's Telegrams

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph. Christchukch, June 15 Side by sida with the campaign recently inaugurated by theChristehureh Branch of . the British Medical Association against consumption, Mr Ell, M.U.K., has convened a public meeting for next Tuesday to discuss the best means of raising funds for the ereotion of sanatoria m or near Christchurch The Association considers it a greatpity that a second and independent movement Bhould thus be started as giving an impression of dissension at the start. Kokitika, June 15 A meeting of early arrivals on the West Coast resolved to hold a social reunion on July 4th, for all pioneers reaching here between 1864-1866. An invitation wil ba extended to the Premier who was one of the pioneers of this district. Wellington, June 15 It is announced that a direct line of steamers, trading from New Zealand to London, will make a substantial reduction m general cargo rates, to take effect from o-day. The reduction m the case of wool will amount to twenty five per cent. Redaction, it ia also stated, will be made m the rates for tallow, pelts and leather. Donbdin, June 15 So the Divorce Court m the case of Beard v. Beard, a husband's petition on the grounds of adultery and desertion, and m O'Connell v. O'Connell, a wife's petition on the grounds of adultery, decrees nisi were granted. The case of Hart v. Hart was partly heard, and adjourned till to-morrow.

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To-day's Telegrams, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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To-day's Telegrams Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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