♦- (PER PRESS ASSOCIATION,) Wellington, November 15. return of immigration and emigra lion during the raooih of October gives the nnmbpr of arrivals ns 1260, Victoria contributing 475, New South Wales 392, and United Kingdom 300. The depiirtures wero 2296, of which number 1263 booked for Victoria, aud 770 for New South Wales, There were no arrivals or departures of Chinese In the Appeal Court Mr Haggett, addressing the Court on tha Maori will , case, submitted that Airini'd document was not a legal will, as it made no mention o? devise of property. Judge Klchmond remarked that property might be devised by implication. Counsel thought not. as m the first will the names of poisons us legatees had beon menti nod. He submitted the docuim nt was if anything only a recommendation, lest Airinithoud be 00-executor of the first will with BroaghtoD, or possibly a recommendation to Broughton to consider favorably Airini and his relatives. The Court adjourned until next day; DrjNßDiir, November 15. At tho Charitable Aid Board meeting today, Mr A. O. Begg said m looking through the returns of a month received by the various local bodies he found that there was a wonderful coincidence between the number of licensed houses, and the number of people requiring relief m a district. Ihe flit, for example, where there were a hrgo number of licensed houees, absorbed £1800, and contributed only .-P4OO, Several members demurred to tha conclusions drawn by Mr Begg. and alleged that poor people went to che flat because rents were cheap. The exodus to Victoria from Danedin appears to have ended at present. Only tou steerage passengers booked here by tho Rotomahana, which was one of the favorite boats
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888
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