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THE BLUE SPUR CONSOLIDATED.

[Special to the Star.]

LAWRENCE, June 28,

By the last mail a letter was received from the London Board of Directors of the Blue Spur Consolidated Gold Mining Company giving Mr Howard Jackson power of attorney, and instructing him to take charge in the interests of the shareholders. Mr J. C. Brown’s services have, therefore, been dispensed with, although he was appointed managing director for three years. Mr Brown stated at the meeting of local shareholders yesterday that Sir Robert Stout had resigned the position of solicitor to the company. It is reported here that Sir Robert got a letter acquainting him of the fact that the power-of-attorney held by him on behalf of the company had passed into the hands of Mr Jackson, who in future would direct the company’s affairs, thus dispensing with his (Sir Robert’s) services. It is understood that some peculiar revelations will yet be disclosed in connection with the relation of one or two parties to the company. All that has been written by the Star’s London correspondent is being verified to the very letter.

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THE BLUE SPUR CONSOLIDATED., Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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THE BLUE SPUR CONSOLIDATED. Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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