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INTERPROYINOIAL NEWS

[PBB PKBSS ASSOCIATION ] Wku.ing.ton, November 8. Mr W. A YuUDg (Oobb and Oo.) has served the Wellington City Tramway Company with a writ claiming £7500 damages for invasion of parent rights m connection with oertatn improvements m ifcreat and tram oars. An application, is to be made to iha Supreme Court for an injunction prevonting the ca-B m question running until the nn«o is decided. Dunbdin, November 8. Tho Committee of the Protection Leagno have pissed a resolution supporting the proposal of Mr Alfred Saanderu to eßtablleh distilleries m the colony and place the liquor traffic under the oontol of the Government. 1 A four-roomed house m Smith street ! was burned dowu to night. It was occupied by some young men, and one of them was carrying a lighted lamp up stairs when the lamp exploded, and the place was m fhmea m a few minutes. The place was insured for £100, but the office is unknown. The occupants tad their effects insured also' A rather atraoge case of child desertion was before the Court to-day, Mary Carson being charged but not appearing. Complainant, Fanny ''Jefferson, said acouaed was her daughter by her firet husband. She wa« single. In M»y last acouaed called at her house and aakod her to mind the child for half an hour, and though s'ie refused, tho child wan left In the kltohen, and the mother had not been *een aino*. The mother was convicted, bnt sentenoa was deferred to enable ncr to take the child away.

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INTERPROYINOIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 9 November 1888

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INTERPROYINOIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 9 November 1888

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