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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PIB rUH ASSOCIATION.) Auckland Police Court. AOOKLAIfD, January 12. At the meeting of Jmtloei of the Pe*oe yesterday, a resolution wai carried to urge on the Minister for JueMoe the oeoeisity of Improving the aooastlo properties of the Police Court and other alterations. A Bankruptcy. At the meeting of Mr John Buchanan's creditors yesterday, the bankrupt offered £lE,OOO for the stock and book debts, equal to 16i 9d m the £. It was resolved to sell at 17i 6 1 m the £. If this offer is not accepted within ■ week the stock Is to be sold by too' lon. The Squadron! Thi squadron leit foe the, Soulh at noon* Fire. , - Gisboknb, January 12. A house owned and occupied by Mrs M*her was destroyed by fire. Insurance, £199 In the Royal. Returned to Head Quarters. Wmjjkqton, January 12. His Excellency the Governor and the Minister for Lands, returned hit night from • visit to the Auckland distrlot. The Native Land Court For many years past the necessity of baring the bead quarters of the Native I*nd Court at the seat of Government has become more apparent and urgent and Ministers m Cabinet have decided that the change Is to be made at once. Chief Judge Mac Donald Is not m gocd health •fed 1b nnabie to take up his roeidence In Wellington. He will therefore retire from the position and after the leave of abtenoa which his health requires and to to which be is entitled expires will resume the appointment formerly held by him of Resident Magistrate at Auckland. Mr McDonald will be sacoeeded ai Chief Judge by Mr Beth Smith at present Distrlot Judge and Resident Magistrate. Wool Ship for London. Port Ghalmkbs. January 12. Sailed, Nelson snip, O*pialn Bannatyne for London. She takes 6092 bales wool, 206 do rabbit skins, 65 do sheepskins, 57 do basils. 24 do leather, 311 do flax, 313 casks tallqw, 600 saoks fluor, and 112 packages sundries. . The Late Professor Brown. DuHBDIN. January 12. The late Professor Mainwaring Brown bequeathed £100 and all his books here and m England to the Otago University.

Licensing Elections. The Tempeiance party have resolved to vote for dd embers of -the Licensing Committee for those candidates pledged not to grant any licenses to cell intoxicating liqaors. Breach of Eailway Bylaws. At the Police Court to-dny Charles Ziele, merchant, waa fined £5 and ouitn for ■ breach of the railway bylaw ■ by travelling from Danedin to- Timata and - back on a return excursion ticket leaned from Ghriatobmoh to Danedin Ist Qonrlej, who presided on the Banch, ■aid (—"The Benob are of opinion that tone ezenraioni are made entiroly for the advantage of the worblog public, not for bnalneaa people to take advantage of. Ab there was a laviog of nearly £5, we are of opinion that the preient fine* la not ton much." Mr Haggltt, who appeared for tfa* Department, pointed oot that the MTlng wu not 10 mnch ai the Mayor fitted, bat that did not *ftvot the deoiilon.

The Daohest of Sutherland, whose death wo" presently annponoecfi waß onQ °* the molt diitingtiißhed Wmpffrftri^e army xeoraiti HI recent years. Her grace always wore the £-- '^Wj«n ; The' statement whioti' went the rounds some time ago wi»w *b wan !H eonßequenoe of the duchess' views on the drigfc txmlXto that the duke so seldom •speared m Londop society, was. of ponrse, fithoat foundation. ' ' "BUCRA-PAJBA." Quick, complete cure, all annoying kidney, bladder, and urinnary diseases. At chemists an^druggists. Kemp* hqrpe, Prossw, and Co., agents,; Christ?wo large historic haye just passed into the hands of " new " men, away from the families who have held them for generations. Mr panliffe Lister, the well-known Bradford p'plußh l? manafaotnrer, has pnrohased the beaatffol estate of Abbey, m Yorkshire, oonsißting of §3,000 aores ; while gir Edward Guinness has beoome the posaesaor of Barernake Forest, Wiltshire, which oomprisea 80,000 aores. The late owner of this estate, whioh is probably the most beautiful piece of woodland scenery m the three kingdoms, is that respeotable personage, the Marquis of Ailesbury, and he has parted with it to Sir Edward Guinness for the sum "&OUGW on, Piles.'! — Why suffer Piles immediate relief and complete cure guaranteed. Ask for " Rough on Piles." Sure cure for itching, protruding, bleeding, or any form ffptt' 4

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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