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(PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, January 21. Mr F, Larkworthjr, Managing Dlceotoi Id London of tha Bank of New Zealand, stated m reply to questions by a reportei that the reoent steps taken to rehabilitate the Bank have been most successful, and a<-e likely to have a most beneficial eff«ol on the future of the instltotloD, The Bank's business is increasing In Australia In his opinion the shareholders are fortunate In having the Hon. G. Buckley as chairman. Gisbobnb, January 21. Dr Storer, an Australian mining experl of some note, who has been seat to tilt district to report on the oil lodnntry and Indications, by capitalists of Sydney, hat retnroed. Be notifies that his report will be most favorable. A man named Thompson was fencing at ToJo^a Bay when he was saddanly stricken with paralysis on the whole ol the loft side of the body. He was brought to Qlsborne and lies dying In the Hoipltal having received other strokes sinoe removal, Wanganui, January 21. The harvest has commenced m this district. Barley and wheat are looking well] oats also promise a lnrgo yield. The wool export this sewn Is unusually la»gi, some 4QOQ bales being shipped dorthe last four* weekly period. Oamaru, January 21. At a meetbg of the Harbor Board today the Secretary read a statement showing that the rovonue of the harbor had increased since 1886 nearly £2000, and the expenditure had decreased DmfEDiw, Jannary 21. Some ninety passengers are booked for the sfoond exoarslon to the Sounds by the Tarawera. leaving on Saturday next. It is Boarcely probable that a third trip will be made.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889