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Bricklayers' Union Auckland, November 3. Anglican Synod Arehdo&ooQß Dudley and Cl.rk, and the Rev 0. M. Nelson have been appointed the Auckland clerical representatives to the General Synod of tho AngHoan Church to be hold at Danedin In Fob' mary next. Trie Auckland Bricklayers' Union w»b last night dissolved and the funds divided. A Strange Case The case of the alleged lnnatlo Fenwlok !b the subject of a speolal report to ' Government; Some time ago Mr Jaatfoe GiUlea had Fenvrick brought before him on an application made on behalf of the wife to administer the estate, osvlng to the husband being anable to menage l.li affairs by reason of being of unsound mind. The Jndge, after hearing the evidence, decided tbat Fenwlok, though of unsound mind bb regard* some mat'era. was capable of managing his fcfralra. It woujd be naturally concluded that he had no right to be an inmate of the Asylum, but no one will take the respomibility of releasing him, and consequently Fonwick has remained m the Asylum ever tince. Government appointed Colonel Haultain to make special enquiries into the matter and this gentleman's report has been sent to Wellington. It is understood he does not reoommend Finvrick's release; The Maori Will Cats*. Wbllingtoh, November 3. The great will case In which Bronghton Appeals from tho deoUlon of the Chief Juatice granting probate of the will of Renata Kawepo to Mrß Donnelly is coming before the Appeal Oourfc next week. A stiong b»( haa been retained. Mr Haggltt of Dunedin will plead for Broughtoi with him Mr Bell of Wellington and Mr Oornford of Napier. Mr G. Harper, Ghrlatohuroh, appears for Mrs Donnelly with him Mr Chapman of Wellington and Mr McLean of Napier,
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888
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