x (P_B PBBBS iLSSOOIATZOir.) a v 'v 1. 42 "** 3ebrU_r> 8. A baseball club has oeen for feel In Auckland and another at Devonport, The man MoDew_ ot.,0 t., oharged with murder, Is recover! _g at the hospital, and constables have been instructed to gaard him. It ia probabla that he will be able to appear at the Polioe Court m tbe coarse of a fortnight; A Volunteer encampment la proposed to be held at the North Shore during tbe week ending 23rd mat. The men. will remain ln oamp dnrlcg the night, and have drill morning and evening, going dally to their several employments. N_w Plymouth, February 8. Great Interest was taken ln the eleotion of the Licensing Committee today on acoount of tbe temperance party declaring for prohibition. At the olose of the poll It was found that the moderate party were suooessfol by nearly 3 to 1 ln all the wards, a muoh larger majority than was expeoted. An Irregularity ocearred In the election on account of an Informality In the voting paper, bnt U U not thought that an appeal will be made to apset the eleotion on account of tbe very deoided result of the, contest, Wbllinoton, February 8, Henry Mills, forty, single, made a determined attempt at eotolde atEkatabuna. He ant hla throat deeply with a table knife. A fellow-servant seised, him. and Mills struggled violently, Inflicting forth** Injuries. He la now m the hospital, Dunedin, February 8. A woman named Hannah Brown; 60 years of age, waa fonnd by her neighbora In a state of oollapsa. Verdict of death from natural oauses, accelerated by exoesslve drinking." O-Y-h, February 8. A man named Herbert Edgar* Shayle was arrested yesterday' on a ebarga of indeoent assault on a girl aged 10. .__• ■ haa been oommltted for Mai sit, next I sessions of the Sopreme Oonrt.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889
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