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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

» i (PER PRHSS ASSOCIATION.) I Alleged Perjury. New Plymouth, January 18 The last of our alleged perjury cases wbb concluded this morning, when Albert Eiward Newsome, charged with havlag given perjured evidence la the case of WcLauohlan and P«trie, was committed for trial at the Supreme Ooarfc. The Kinross Bankruptcy. Napier, January 18. The statement of ass?* a and liabilities In the estate of Kinross, filed with tho assignee, show npcnrod creditors £131 230; unsecured, £45,589 ; total, £176.819; ■Bieta securities rained at £172,452 ; hook debt*, £16,150; estimated to produce £-£000 ; other properties stook m store and sandrfes bringing up the sstlmated surplus, £7191. A Charitable Bequest. Wellington, January 18, Joseph Burn, an old settler who died on Tuesday, has bequeathed £2000 to the Society for the relief of tho aged and needy, £1000 to th> Banevoleat Institution, and £1000 for the support and maintenance of an Alexandra Home for friendless women. Personal* Mr Phil RobiLßon left for Sydney last night. The Jubilee Exhibition. Dttnkdjn, January 18. The Colonial Secretary advises the Ex hlbltlon Commissioners that it will oost £5000 to send over the pictures m the Melbourne Exhibition. He wires "If your committee Is of opinion that the plotures ought to be bad even at some-, thing like the above coat the Government will communicate the decision to Mr Tvropeny and ask him to do |every thing possible to lessen the expense and will a'ao telegraph the Agent General to use his beat efforts to got as many of the pictures as he can " The oommiaaionars ask that Mr Twopeoy be instructed to repoit what pottion of the loan oolleotlon la available and the oost under the beit arrangements possible. Ritualism. An unusual amount of interest was taken lv the meeting of parishioners of St John, Roslyn, last evening. There wai a pretty warm discussion over the election of parish -Churchwarden and vestry, which resulted m an uoqallfied victory for the Anti-rUualUMo party whose nominees were all eleoted. A Trumped-up Charge. At the City Court, Hodgson was acquitted by Mr Oarew on the ground that the pruseoatric being of questionable aharenter the probabilities were m favor of { accused's statement that the charge was trumped up through jealousy. Tho accused produced high testimonials as to his conduot while m tha Government eervioe. •

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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