(PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, November 29. Mr Alfred Shepherd, of Kararjg*hape met with a serious acoldent h-st evening by being thrown from his horse neai Paeora, while returning home. Gjucusslon of the spine and also of the brain It feared. The Auckland Branoh of the Industria and Protection League has received a com munloatlon from the Christchurch Brand asking for 00-opsrttlon m endorsing Mi Sauodera' proposal for establishing d!a>.ll leries In the colony, aad plaolng the llquo: traffic under tho oontrol of the Government, It has been reioived to hold i speoial msoting to consider th 9 subject. Nbw Plymouth, November 29. . Quite % ba'oh of perjary oases are se down for hearing In the Police Court, thi most Interesting being one m which Mi S. Beaoh (formerly In obargo of the Pres byterlao Ohuroh here) has lair) »n information against Mr Black, an elder of th< Ohnroh.for swearing In Court thot h< (Beaoh) was not an ordained minister This is the last development of the Pres byterlan Ohuroh Equabble whioh has ragec at intervals during the past six years. Wanoanui, November 29. A man named James McDonald wa; brought op at the Magistrate's OjuH to-day on suspicion of firing the Catholic Ohuroh at Jerusalem, up the Wanganu river. The oase will be continued to morrow. Wblmkoton, November 29, The first portion of the eleotrio light In. stallatlon for lighting tho olty has been placed m position, and tho Corporation offijes were lighted op this evoolng. Invkroakoili. November 29. An lufant Bon of James Hamilton, a farmer near Wiutou, was suffocated by over balonoing luto a small tub m whloh was about'throe ino'ies of water, In whloh its mouth was immersed.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888
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