(PEB FBB3S iSSOCIATIOH ) Charge of Pirating an Invention. Auckland, November 2« Mr T. B. Hannaford, alleges that the Government have pirated his design for Iron light houses after refusing to give him assistance to hare it tested, On the Major's Invitation a number of meohanio*! engineers, a deputation of the Trade and Labour Council and others, will on Saturday Inspect the iron tower contracted for the Onvler Island lighthouse with a view of settling the question. Book Fiends. ' Wamgaitoi, November 22. Two of the bock-hawking fraternity named Arthur Clayton and J. D. Camp, who have lately been a nuisance, were ! to-day fined 40s each, m default 14 days, | for refusing to leave premises when requested.- . Clayton was also fined In the tame amount for striking a woman who declined to look at his books. Appeal Court. Wbllingtob, November 22. In the Appeal Court this morning the argument was taken In the oaae New Zealand Land Settlement Company wrnts Official Awfgooo. This was ad aopeal from iftedeolsion of Mr justice Gillies with reference to appellant's olaim In the bankruptcy estate of J.O.Koarn, Auckland. The appeal w«» dismissed. This closet the list. Their Honors Intimated that they would deliver judgment on Monday In the Maori Will Case, Hon Mr Mitckelson. The Mlntatei for Pabllo Works returned from Sydney by the Wakatlpu this morning. The Volunteer Regulation* It la .understood that the new volunteer regulation* will only affeot the volnnteer companies In four chief centres and that the prbolpal alteration Is an Increase of the maximum strength of companies, Another Burglary at Lyttleton. Lyxtibton, November 22. Last night Cook Bros., butchers' shop wm broken into by some person who entered by forolng the baok door, and stole half a dczan pounds of beef, a piece of mutton and a number of kidneys. A Gold Rush. DtrHBDiH, November 22. At Cardrona, Robertson Bros, banked 27lbs weight of gold. A small rush has let In, the payable ground being taken up for a considerable distance. The Weather. There are to-day heavy, hail showers Intermittently. It is bitterly cold. •1 : f .- Sale of the Lyceum. 1 I'The collapse of the Froethought As- " ■ooiailon has been followed by the sale of the Lyceum H»U, which cost upwards of £6000, for £2000 to Mr D. O. Cameron .
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 22 November 1888
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 22 November 1888
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