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News in Brief

Several accidents, including two serious ones, happened at the hunt at Tinwald yesterday. A speohl meeting of members of the A. and P. Association will be held on Tuesday, 27th inst. The Tinwald Eaoing Club invite applications for the position of secretary. On Saturday, Isfc July, at tha Arcade, Mr D. Thomas will offer on account of Mrs A. J. Andrews, her property of 5 acres, adjoining the Ashburton Traffic Bridge, Tinwald. On Saturday next, Mr D. Thomas will offer by public auction, at the Arcide, a -\ nero town section, on account of Mr P. Peterson. The first dairy schoal m the colony, composed of 9fi students from tha Tarauaki schools, opened at Stratford yesterday Members of the local technical schools staff are acting as instructors. The session lasts a fortnight. Messrs Mitchell and Turner, drapers, Burnett Street, have a new advertisement m this issue, which appears on the fourth page, announcing a large purchase of a manufacturer's clearing line of jackets. They are now selling all the latest and smartest shapes at 21s. The Ornithological Congress, at the London Imperial Institute, at the instance of Mr Walter Eotbschild, resolved to telegraph to the Governments of the Commonwealth and New Zealand urging that legislation be passed to prevent the destruction of pauguins at the islands under their control.

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News in Brief, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6600, 20 June 1905

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News in Brief Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6600, 20 June 1905

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