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April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
STATUTORY PECLARATION.

STATUTORY PECLARATION.

JAVA and Wale DOT?, cf ,tree', thirriektille. near dney, in the of Nea Routh %%ilea, do solemnly and si n mtely de la, tt i.e lu-ve read the annexed otoetontn•. oonei-finir of ten folk* and renniecutirely nunibered to ten, and the it contain" jut .run snd hint o onunt of our ras
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
requires two • of the competing pontion. to remove the possibility of bis knowing the composers writing, and no tieing

requires two • of the competing pontion. to remove the possibility of bis knowing the composers writing, and no tieing

unconsciously biassed." •a a judge who beta repeatedly can haraly help knowing the handwriting of 10r...1 composer* and esose who contribute regularly from abroad, we think this silis.nge is a eery desirable OOP. and we are wad that Mr (;lynn's 'CMS, suggestlon has been adopted.
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
. LADYSMITH "JUSTICE."

. LADYSMITH "JUSTICE."

ENGLISHILIN'S GRAVE STORY. Recent events in South Africa, tne glamour of Wm, and the distance tempt us to foiget that our countrymeu who, happily. are uot alway , fighting, have much the same troubles as we at home. Englishmen ate Englishmen the world over: teVers of the truth a
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
FUNERAL.

FUNERAL.

-b The funeral of — the late Dr Frederick Everard Hunt took place at the Burwool Cemetery yesterday afternoon, and was largely attended. The coffin, which was covered with handsome floral wreaths, was preceded !by members of the Friendly Societies to 1 which Dr Hunt had belonged
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

WE are glad to see that the awakened interest in the pnblic health is causicg the local bodies of the Christchurch district to consider their duties in this respect, and we trust that the conference which was held yesterday will not, like so many of its predecessors, prove aboni
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
At the Magistrate's Court yesterday morning, an opportunity waa gircn for any objection to be made to the district jury

At the Magistrate's Court yesterday morning, an opportunity waa gircn for any objection to be made to the district jury

list. No objectors appeared, and the list was signed by the Justices. At the meeting held last evening in eoniiK•tion with a Christchurch Fre Police Corps, Superintendent Smith stated that the Mayors of Sydenharn. St Albans and Linwood intended to i meetiutt4 to form branch corp
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
MR GALLOWAY'S ROOK.

MR GALLOWAY'S ROOK.

The volume of globe-trotting experiences which vow reeent visitor Mr W. J. Galloway. M.l'., not infelicitously styled "Advanced Australia.' is. rays the London correspondent of this journal, a good deal I more amusing than ninety out of a hundred such diaries. Mr Galloway is a T
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES.

ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES.

[Psa Pam DUNEDIN', April 6. John Holley Dee, a lad ased seven. who strayed from hit home at Green Island Bosh tuesday found, as the result of a systematic search, yesterday, in a hole in some sandhille a short distance from his parents' house in an exhausted condition. Be died t
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
SPEECH BY LORD ROSEBEM.

SPEECH BY LORD ROSEBEM.

IMPERIAL FEDERATION. United Press Assonstion—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, April 5. Lord Rosebery, speaking at Edinburgh, said that Imperia! Federation moat be initiated from outside Britain. The entry of nations into the Pacific had taught Australia the advantage of
April 7, 1900 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand