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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.} Auckland, February 9. It has been deoUed to hare a 25 m!le amatour bicycle champion race run here on the 9th April n^xt, the day following the A.tbletla Sports. The Premier leaves on Monday for the Thames, going thenoe to Taaranga and Napier. Wanoanui, February 9. There was a peculiar o.se at the Police Oourt this morning. Mo Aid In, lfoenase of the Wanganul Hotel, was oharged under Seotlon 134 with supplying drink for tobaeoo. It appears that a remittance man, named Fraser, was In the habit of buylog tobacco and bar c Ing it for liquor. A fine of £5 was Inflicted, and undor Seotlon 202 the conviction was ordered to be endorsed on his license. ■ Wkll-inoton, February 9. Mr A, rnrnbett has been sentenced to six months' Imprisonment for havlcg whiskey on whioh duty had not been paid on his premises. An appeal will be made. Another charge Is progressing. The Government Intend to rearrange the distribution and probably lnorease the nnmber of Native Land Oonrt Judges with a view of relieving the pressure of business, especially at Waogannl and Gitbirne. The Maoris are stated to be largely avail* log themselves of Ust Session's Aot.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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