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ANOTHER COSTOMS SEIZURE

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DuifßDiw, February 27.

ThU morning Mr Shannon made his firat examination of goods at Dunedln wharf, and, a« a reaalt, eeficd the first two oaiei be opened, wbich consisted of toft goods whloh belonging to one of the largest Danedin firmr. The casts consisted of mix«d goods with a large qaantity of dniggettlngs for making underskirts on whloh there is a 20 per oent ad valorem doty and these had been Involoed as striped shirtings and eottrad at the enstoms as shirtings, whloh tre free. No doubt Government will at once institute proceedings.

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ANOTHER COSTOMS SEIZURE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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ANOTHER COSTOMS SEIZURE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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