[Peb United Press Association,! AUCKLAND, Jily 14. Regarding the proposal of the Auckland Board of Education to reorganise tho teaching stalls by sending experienced teachers from the city to those of the country schools, the Auckland branch of the Educational Institute have expressed their opinion to the effect that it is undesirable that large classes should be entrusted to young and inexperienced teachers. Mr W. L. Bright, M.P., arrived here to join tho Doric, by which he returns to England. lie intends to table a question in tho Commons on his return relative to the action of Admiral Fairfax in allowing the men of H.M.S. Orlando to take part in an Orange anniversary. The Rodney County Council have decided to call the attention of the Government to the unsatisfactory proceedings connected with the auditing of county accounts. The polios have reason to believe that Dean, late town clerk at the Thames, escaped to Norfolk Island by the schooner Chrißtina, TIMARU, July 15. Martin O'flalloran, an old offender, having thirteen convictions for larceny against him, and who has Berved sixteen years in prison, was caught at the bar till at the Grosvenor Hotel on Saturday. The barmaid seized him, pulled him into the parlor, locked him in, and then called for Mr Meikle, the proprietor, who made him disgorge 8s that were missing from the till. He has been committed for trial. Snow lies on all the low hills and on the upper side of the plain.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
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