Manawatu Times, Volume X, Issue 1214, 17 April 1884, Page 3
WELLINGTON. April 6. The Premier leaves for Dunedin on Friday next, and speaks here next ijVieduesdayi Judgment was delivered this morning m the Supreme Court j. by Judge Richmond m the case of Wilberfossv. Try Again Gold- Mining Company. - This was an appeal upon a case stated by the Resident Magistrafe ra, Welliii-jton, the- question beingr. whether the . forfeiture,, of shares ' Under section 54 of "The Mining Companies Act, 1872," is absolute on non-payment of a call wifiiin 21. days after its. due date, and r default .of the .company m taking effectual proceedings for its recioveiT within the period limited by the Act. His Honor decided that though the company loses its right of action for a particular call by not suing within the time limited, yet it is optional with the company whether the shares are thereby forfeited, and -that the company can therefore recover subsequent calls. The appeal; was dismissed. •'..■'* At the Magistrate's' Court today T. J;. Glew, publican, and F.Laurent, waiter, were charged with having made false declarations - under the, Registration of Electors Act m res spect to a claim to have their names inserted onthe Thorndon roll. The Bench inflicted a fine of 20s and 5s respectively. ' DUNEDIN. April 16. The Hon Mr Dick left for Wellington today. The ceremony of the profession of Dominican nuns took place this fore* noon 'at St Joseph's .Church, Bishop Mpran acting as celebrant. The ypuiig ladies who made their profession were Misses Watt, Ensill, and iGough. GISPORNE, ;' i A V'- : April 16. A saddler named Charles King, after a drinking bout, swallowed a lotfof chlorodyne, but the stomach pump saved him. 'Government have reduced Major • Ropata's allowance from . LBOO to LIOO on account of "urgent need of economy." « XA * AJJC&LAIvp. %"■:_ A AprillG. & private telegram has been received from Sydney announcing the drowning of Captain Pillenger, of the schooner Louie, of this port. . : The Governor entertained the . Japanese officers of the Tsukuba at Government House. * > ..-' Louie Grey, steerage stewardess of the Waihora, died suddenly- on the passage to Russell. Ijilargarent Nixon, a barmaid, ats suicide by drowning at tho .wharfrtonight. She was rescued by two sailors. the inquest on the fire which burned down Mrs O'Coniiell's prem« isesy;; the jury returned an open ¥osss $hat, the evidence disclosed ausjMcibui? .circumstances. - J The Raugitikei had four deaths' and "three births on the passage. -There were 48 cases of measles, but - po deaths from it. The last case was 02 days before coming into port. At the annual sale of thoroughbred yearlmgs and other stock of the New Stock and Pedigree Company to-day, the highest price -^ars 245 guineas. y '"%A A meeting of the stewards of the Auckland Racing Club takes place to-morrow to consider whether Mitrailleuse be paid the stake m the Cob ablation Race, and also to decide ifßiily%o-by-'em is entitled to sec-. ond iriohey m the Steeplechase. I" 'CHRISTCHURCH. J AA. April 16. Major Slater, late captain com* manding the pan terbury Yeomamy fPfpiyalry, iiasrepeiyed f-Ojn* his regi- P . ment a' testimonial m the shape pi a f giaassive silver claret jug and 'salver Igyto^xbatcli. •- Ail^AAyy. .dA'-MAI-.-t.'-'" ' vi*.--. A P HI 16--k *-, i All The review held hei e was attended, £,A by 800 volunteers, exclusive of bauds; _ and cadets, who would bring the number to close upon' 1100.: ■^ The review is stated by Volunteers; to have been the most successful r^fild m the South Island. . ...A'A ■ |i^A;J]F.-!g following sentences were pissed jif the Supreme Cou t, •-'FhuMeliu eh AAA .jejß.'erday : -David Howard Moncritff '-s-siOpilvy. forgery, 3 years' pena'sSe,ivi-U(le • Corneliu* Fuchs Coirigaii.; forgery,. 8 j, years' itnal servtude; Alt-star cs /,.McMillan. foigery,4 years ; Frank D. s ti Sa'lo, horse Mealing, twelve moutli'iVinH •MvV'priiobinent Sentence on Clia des Uowsej who pleaded guilty to an indictmeny t. him witb stealing letters, was && deferred till Friday. - ■ ..: . ! ' / AWe- remind our readers that a puble meeting will beheld to night, a t 7 30; st the Town Hall, to pass resolutions re>r Vardimg the Gorge railway, and other '.matters. A ''';y J 'Mr A. W.Mackie, of Filzherbert, is advertising for grass »eed sowers , Never say " Ilo" to the Koose; it i| tinjchiiumaiicail. Sfly'bejiu to.the gander •—W.9 'to thegOOee, . j
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