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THE VACANT JUDGESHIP.

[From Our Own Correspondent.]

WELLINGTON, August 1,

Nothing has yet been done re the vacant Judgeship, but it is understood here that Mr Justice Williams, being anxious for a change to a warmer climate, may possibly be transferred to Auckland.

The names of Messrs H. D, Bell, F. R. Chapman, and B. C. Haggitt are mentioned in connection with the vacancy.

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THE VACANT JUDGESHIP., Issue 7974, 1 August 1889

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THE VACANT JUDGESHIP. Issue 7974, 1 August 1889

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