O[Per Pbesb Association.! WELLINGTON, Dec, 23. In reference to the appointment of a Parliamentary draughtsinnn at £750 per annum, the Times states that Mr Gurnin, tha proEcnt draughtsman, wishes- to tako a well-earned rest at the end oi next year, and it is advisable that the new draughtsman should be inducted into the work. Mr G. Friend, clerk to the House of Eepreaentativea, is in the bospitnl, sufterin£ from an internal complaint of a serious nature^ fie recently underwent an operation, but is now in a fair way to recovery. Since the Hawko'a Bay relief fund closed additional contributions to the amount of £'61 10a have been reqeivod, making the total collected ia Wellington lls Gd, !
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WELLINGTON NEWS., Star, Issue 4833, 23 December 1893
WELLINGTON NEWS. Star, Issue 4833, 23 December 1893
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