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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[PKB PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Presbyterian Assembly. Auckland, February 7 The General Aeeembly of tbe Presbyterian Ohuroh meets at Auckland on Tuesday next. N-Z. University' The Senate of tbe New Zealand University meets here on the 27. h inst. Aquatics. The whateboat raca, Thames v Waltemata, Is declared rff, the Thames crew deolin'ng to row on the conditions proposed and forfe tint; their deposit. Masonic After considering a olroalar from the Dunedin Board, the Distriot Grand Lodge of Auckland, 8.0 , unanimously passed a resolution discouraging the formation of a United Grand Lodgi for New Zealand. Te Kooti. Te Kootl arrived m Auokland last night; It transpired tbat some days ago he wrote to Mr MUchelson intimating his intention to visit Gleborne and other parts of Poverty Bay. The Minister wrote dissuading Mm, but Te Kootl persisting Mr Mlohelaon requested him to oall on blm Wa and consult- on ths subject. Te X iotl is not accompanied by tils usual parade of followers, but ha* several attendants, one In a handsome uniform. It Is expected the Minister and Te Kootl will have an Interview to-day. Drowned. Captain Robiuson, of tbe brlgantlne, Antbons, now la the harbor, was fonnd drowned this afternoon. Be Is supposed to have fallen Into the harbor while going aboard the vessel last night. Artesian Wells. Feildino, February 8. The Borough Com ell bave decided to oall tenders for boring artesian wellr. Tbey will give a bonus of £25 to anyone striking artesian water In tbe borough In tbe meantime. H.MS. Orlando* Pobt Chaimbbb. February 8 H.M.S. Orlando will not oome into port ; she remains at anchor nutslde the heads until to-morrow afternoon..' The Jessie Readman. S*i'ed— -Jessie Readm.n, Captain GlbIqo for London, with 4622 bales of wool, 23 do skins, 2QI do Am, 19 do rags, and 4 do basils. Labor Bureau Closed. Dtjnbdin, February 8. Under advice from the Government the Dunedin labor bureau has been olosed.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2058, 8 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2058, 8 February 1889

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