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■ ♦ [Paa Paras Association,] More Smngfling. Wanganui, February 6. J, G. Phil pot, grooer, wii this morning fined £25 and oosts for having ■moggled tobacco on his premises. OhrlEtchurch. Civil Sittingi. Chbistohuboh, February 6. Justice Ward continued the civil sittings to-day and disposed of two cases, afterwards sitting m divorce. He granted a tide nisi m the o 89 of Barnes v Barnes and Hensbaw, 00-respondent In the case of Harper v Mardon an injunction was granted to plaintiff with costs. At the close of the proceedings His Honor informed count el present that he had received aa intimatioa that his appointment as a Judge of the Bnpreme Court termi* nated on Saturday next. - Presentation to Mr Pyke. Dokbdin, February 6, At Clyde Mr Vincent Pyke, M.H.8., was presented with a purse of 150 sots. m recognition of his efforts on behalf of the Ota go Central Railway, He said he would never rest until the Otago Central Railway was completed to Wanaka. He refered to McKerrow as an enemy to settlement and characterised the condnefc of Sir Robert Stout and Mr Fish m connection with the railway as inconsistent. The Premier, when visiting the district, told him that he wished he had visited the Central Otago route before last session for be had been misle J as to the character of the country, and a very different result might have occurred . Mr Pyke also spoke on the seduction of the number of members and the honorarium, as antidemocratic measures that would work evil to> the colony, and predicted that there would be a town and country fighVnsxt session,

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TO-DAY'S .TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S .TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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