NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS.
Telegraph. Pres3 Association. Copyright Wellington, This Day. There are eighteen cases on the li- fc for the Court of Appeal, which opens on Monday. Christchurch, This Day. By a fire early tLi~ morning thePapanui Town Hall was completely destroyed. Tbe building in addition to tbe large ball, comprised a grocery store and a boot and tobacconist shops. Insurances £"1850. At a meeting of the fhr s'church South W-sleyan ; ircuifc n resolution was unanimously adopted recognising the need for limiting all unnecessary labou*-, semi political gatherings and amusements to the six secular days of the week. Wellington, Oct. 4. Mr William Skey, Colonial Analyst, died to-day afb< r nn illness of some weeks' duration. The deceased gentleman was appointed laboratory assistant to Dr (now Sir James) Hector, then Provincial mow General Government) Geologist, in 1552, and revived the appointment of Analyst to the Colonial Geological Survey Department in 1865, hoding the position till 1893, when, with his staff, he was trans* ferred to tbe Mines Department.
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NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS., Feilding Star, Volume XXII, Issue 83, 5 October 1900
NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS. Feilding Star, Volume XXII, Issue 83, 5 October 1900
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