Wellington Province


TRINGHAM, Charles Winforton

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Tringham, Charles Winforton, Barrister and Solicitor, Commercial Union Buildings, Lambton Quay, Wellington. Bankers: Union Bank of Australia. Private residence, Palmer Street. Agents: - Auckland, Mr. John Sinclair; New Plymouth, Mr. C. W. Govett; Greytown North, Mr. R. W. Tate. Mr. Tringham, who is a son of Mr. Charles Tringham, the architect, but who is now a sheep-farmer at Pigeon Bush, Wairarapa, was born in Wellington, educated at Wellington College and St. Patrick's College, and studied law while acting as law clerk to Messrs. Kirk and Atkinson, barristers and solicitors, with whom he remained for six years. He was admitted a solicitor of the Supreme Court in March, 1893, and established himself in business in May, 1894. Mr. Tringham is solicitor to the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 Co-operative Building Societies.

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