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INTERPROVINCIAL.

(Feb United Press Association.] BLENHEIM, August 6. It was elicited at the Marlborough Education Board’s meeting that no travelling allowance or other moneys had ever been drawn by a member. This, it is believed, is unique. Some of the members live twenty miles away. The deadlock between the Board and a country committee still continues. The Committee quarrelled with the late teacher, persecuted him out of the district, and asked the Board to appoint another. The Board appointed an excellent teacher from the Blenheim School, and now the Committee reject the appointee and ask that a married man should be sent. The old teacher holds the key of the dwellinghouse, and the School Committee recently broke open the door and put on a new lock. Ail the parties are now locked out,

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Issue 7978, 6 August 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Issue 7978, 6 August 1889

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