INTER PROVINCIAL NEWS.
(PBB PRESS ASSOCIATION,) " 'Auokiamd, Deoember 12. An antl-poveny S iclety has been cv Übl'ahed at Cambridge. Upwards of 200 tooa of potatoea have been nhlppod thla aeaaoa foe the South from Ittunukau alone, The Ron Mr KjohatdsoD, m reply to a , deputation this morning, Btatoa~Ttiat tne Waltemata Oonoty Oounoll will reoelve authority to expend another £150 upon . ihe relief works m the Waltnkurel, and that he wished It to ba dlatlootly understood that that would be the last grant of thj»t oharaotar that woold ba made by Government, Bishop Stuart, of Walpu, returned to Auckland by the Tarawera, which arrived frqmJSydney hat night. He has been attending the Lambeth Conference, m London. The Inaaranee on the Phoealx hotel »t Morrfivllle, burned this morning, was £700 m the South British office, whilst the Imperial offioo held a policy of £600 on the atook and furniture. Wellington, December 13. ThU afternoon W. H. 8. Moorhoose, captain of tho WolHngton Artillery, was united In the bonds of matrimony to Mlbb Jensle Hunter, a daughter of the late Mr Q Hunter, who wbb oqo of the mont raspookod Bottlers here. The bridegroom Is the only bob of the late Mr W. Befton Moorhoase, who many years ago was Superintendent of Canterbury, The presents total 120, Including a cheque for £1000 from Mra W f B Rhodes, a relative : of the bridegroom. , Inspector Thomson reoeived a telegram r from the Upper Hutt thta morning, which afated that a man ntmod Joe ltouse bad 1 hanged himself, 1 Orlando Qarrlngo, an old and reapeoted 1 lettler, died naddenly at Ferorldge yea--1 terday evening. A fatal aooidont happaned to a daughter of A. Graßge, Tenui. She waa playing with her brothor when hla hat blew off into tho Tenui river, and m trying to cave It ahe fell m, and before assistance arrived ahe waa drowned. The father reoovored the body about an hoar after. B. Pepper, saddler, Otakl, haa issued a writ against Constable 0«r, plalmlug £200 damage for falae imprisonment. The oaeu ariaea out of the arreat of Pepper In August last on a charge of larceny by Carr, who was then stationed at Otaki. Ohbi&tohuroh, December 12. Tho o'iqahiittee of the Canterbury Jookey Olab considered • proposal to changa tho date of the Metropolitan meeting, and d«terralno4 to (afce no steps In tha matter at present. The raoahorflea Manton, Loohlel, British Lion and Eaid proceed to Auckland by the Te Anau to morrov?v- , pUNEDiN, December 12. The University Council to-day deollned to grant tho library hail foe the meeting pf the Ggnejal Auglloop Synod, on the grounds th,at (f It wore given it would be dlfQooU to rofuao applfoatlona from pthor bodicß. At the B«nevolont Traßteea' meefinp, notice was glyen of a motion to invite legal praotttlonera to oondnot grntla any oaaea In oonnectlon with the Trustees. The Chairman reported that he had paid a aurprlae visit durlug the nlgbt time to the Institution, and waa oatisued that the arrangements were perfect, and left nothing to be desired. He Buggeated that other Trustees sbould also pay aurprlae vlolta . At a meeting of tho committee of the Sooloty for the Prevention nf Cruelty to Anlmala, Mr Sleslnger, V.S., reported that the oruel practice of burning lampaa In horsoa, which has been aim oat aboliahed here, was atlll continued m the North Island, and alio Denr Nolaon and on the We»t Ooaat of the South Island. The Committee resolved to draw attention of the Preaa m theuo dlstrlota to tho matter In hopo that the aubjeot would be taken np and the praotloe aboliahed.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888
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