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TOWN EDITION. [lssued at 5.10 p.m.] The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas Et Prevalebit. FRIDAY; MAY ,27, 1881.

Mr -Fitzgerald a! ; GreymoutH. —Mr |G. Gi .Fitzgerald, addressed the Groy- ‘ mouth electors last night. . There was a crowded meeting, and the candidate met with a very favorable reception. He said he would give the present Government a general 'support,'and went at considerable ■leugtjh .into the principal; questions pf political interest. He answered a number of questions in a inanner which gave general satisfaction. . A resolution was ,unanimously carried that he is a fit and .proper person to represent the constituency in Parliament. An Education Squabble. —At Dunedin} yesterday, the Resident Magistrate gave judgment in the case of Fish v. the members of St. Leonard’s school committee, 1 for assault. He characterised 1 it as a little episode discreditable to all' parties concerned, : particularly as it took place in 'the interest of' education, .'and afforded speh a fine example to the youth whose interests the committee were ! supposed.to be considering at the time. Damages were given 1 against twd defendants for L 25 and costs. ,

v A Needless. Scare. —There was a scare in one of the Dunedin Suburbs by areport that smallpox had broken-out ainq'iigsi the Chinese gardeners, but : Hie 'report'was urn founded; ' . , • ’•' *

' Ok the Stump.— Mr Barron, 'M.H.R., for Caversham, has been-Addressing his constituents in various places, and receiving votes of confidence. Railway Tariff Alteration. —The Government Gazette of May 12th notifies that on the 25th- Tune a now railway ■ tariff will come into operation. The following alterations may be rioted:— 4 “ Thai season tickets can now be procured ijifcany date “ That special and excu'r siqn trains '‘.are materially reduced- as to rates charged and also “ That special arrangements ape made for small consignments of-goods.” , The . —The Oagiaru papers stated that Mrs Dunne and four .children were believed to have gone by ’tjhe Tararua, but 1 it js now, found ' that, they went by the Rotorua* to Sydney. iThis’ reduces the total number of pasJ gefs td -148.’- * ' .. “At&Oßs' ANri Afloat. ’L--Tha local Amateur Dramatic Club will to-night once more tbake their bow to an Ashburton; audience, the piece selected {for representation being “ Ashore and* Afloat.” The bdmpany have had the dramd in reheafsa forsome time now, andijevery effort-ha - beep put.forth,to piake the play of to-nijjh, • as complete s success as possible- . - • v ESBASUU->--By.a , ,.printpE’B erponip the reporbof the, Water ton entertainment) it,was, made to appear that a vote pftbarik® wp.®. passed to the “ choirman. ” It should have : J Alteration oF+ Date. -nErom an. an- 1 nouricement on upsthlrd page, .it will i be: ■ seen ■ that (the i idAte of the. sale ' of Mr Earle’s prt)peCty has,,been .altered from; Triday, the IQtbjbtD Thursday,. Junp jtho9th. ( üBl- .•«>! y I i. j ---a'i -uni

Novelty Consultation. —Mr J. L. Fleming notifies elsewhere a novelty sultatiQj) on the Oamaru Handicap arid MaidehJSteeplechaso, which will be ?Uh at Oainjwliu on the 9th June next. Ariyjiferi AsftßUßTON.kcM&gsrs Jj}* and P D'fiipm M i-svijl hi seen™ anotheciijbluaffl- tfiit.’the ftrra rite ‘recently purchased by them. Bidding Farewell. —Mr T. W. Parker, who has been Resident Magistrate at Oamaru for twenty years, took leave of the. Bench yesterday. The whole of the legal practitioners were present to bid his Worship farewell. '. : : : . • Property Sale.— Mr Alfred Harrison -will submit to auction on-'Wednesday next town section No. GO, and a couple of sections in Cox street, with a cottage on each of the latter properties. C’Alteration of Namp,— Qn the Ist June the name of fhft station now called Woodbridge . - will -' be Eangitata. Photography. —Mr G. F. Henry advertises a new process of taking portraits,, which, wo understand, is peculiarly adapted’ for, photographing, children and persons of nervous temperament, i Baron . Buck.,— This dimunitive individual holdUa farce; in one of the; Town Hall shops last night j and a goodly number took advantage of the opportunity of seeing this New Zealand Tom Thumb. To-night ho will hold another levee, which no doubt will be well attended.

Arrest. —Wo learn that a man named Drake, a well-known, betting map in Christchurch, has been arrested in Melbourne. ; The following extract is taken from the Ape;—An arrest has been effected by tlie detective police, which fjEom the unusual circumstances surroundihg it is worthy of more than passing notice, showing, as it does, , how, after many days the author of a sin may bo caught when least expected. One night, a., dozen years ago, a Verdant Green named Collie, was “picked up” at the then Casino and Music .Hall, but now the. Waxworks, in Bolirke 1 street', -by several “-knowing ones,” and eased of his money and : a, cheque,, which was afterwards found to havebeen cashed by a man named Sanguilly, a American, and a survivor from the''ship General Grant, which was wrecked on the Auckland Islrnds. He was arrested, and stated that he got the cheque from a man named Drake, known as a cabman, and, then a “ ped ”in thls colony. A warrant was issued for the pedestrian, but ha got off to New Zealand. Sanguilly was tried, and acquitted, his American friends standing by him firmly during his trouble. Yesterday the “ ex-ped ” and cabman, in »the guise of a very dubiously attired and fashionable, gentleman, as he was proinen'ffding'with a friend, had to submit to the indignity of Having a heavy gold chain, valuable gold and a number of sovereigns staken from hi s pockets at the City Watch-house, and of then being taken -before the; Bench and remanded .until Monday. He , was bailed out : Th is said : that an order Was' given to cancel .the, warrant out for this alleged offender j whp, is said now to bo an opulent book-maker. It may tie, mentioned that Drake has been in Melbourne many times during .the-last, two, or three years, and .only as recently as last November. The “ Wairarapa Star.”— Mr Joseph Iveas, .the: “ New Zealand rag-planter;” as lie, was christened some lime back by a . West Coast journal, has added another to the already lengthy‘list of newspapers , which have seen the light of day under, his direction. This the latest venture is

published in Mastertori, -every evening, the price Being a penny. We hqve before us a copy of the firsjb issue, which, is well put together, from a typographical point of view, The cditorial pon, We are given -tq understand, is wielded by Mr Hogg, /formerly of the Mail in this town, and lately of the South Canterbury Times, and the readers of the Star can have nothing to complain of. regarding the quantity or tlieTeidinh matterplaced before' them in the issue under notice, four columns being devoted thereto, the .sub*■jects dealt with embracing politics, local improvement advocacy, &c. The Star does not identify itself with any political party, but in fts oppuing remarks says,— “We believe, however, that the coming general feleption will prove that in no part of the British dominions is political life more active than in New Zealand, and tjiat a Liberal party will arise as'distinct from the omnium gatherum that has lately been ruling the destinies of the country as day is frpm night, or the noonday sun from a rushlight. We confidently believe that before many ihonths' have elapsed a liberal party, whose watchwords shall be ’* Justice ,’>and ‘Progress,’ will be found leading the van in politics; and when such d patrioticiprganiaation comes to the front it shall have our warmest support.

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TOWN EDITION. [Issued at 5.10 p.m.] The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas Et Prevalebit. FRIDAY; MAY ,27, 1881., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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TOWN EDITION. [Issued at 5.10 p.m.] The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas Et Prevalebit. FRIDAY; MAY ,27, 1881. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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