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MARLBOROUGH.

(From the Marlborough Press.) MEMBERS OF THE FIRST COUNCIL,

District of Wairau Valley—William Adams, William Douglas Hall Baillie.

District of Upper Wairau—John Godfrey, Cyrus Goulter. District of Beaver—James Sinclair. . District of Lower Wairau—Henry Dodson, William Henry Eyes. District of Flaxbourne and Clarence—Joseph Ward. L District of Awatere—Charles Elliott. District of Picton—Arthur.Penrose Seymour. Publicans' Licenses.—On Tuesday, the 17th instant (present the Resident Magistrate and W. Adams, Esq.), certificates'were granted to Messrs. J. S. Carroll, W. Craig, P. Fraser, G. Ralston, H. Lakeman, J. Shepherd, J. Sinclair, W. A. D. Sutherland. The following applications wero withdrawn :—D. M'Kenzie, R. M'lvor, J. L. Neave.

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MARLBOROUGH., The Colonist, Volume III, Issue 264, 1 May 1860

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MARLBOROUGH. The Colonist, Volume III, Issue 264, 1 May 1860

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