(Mb raiss Assoouttoir.] Auotoaiid, Jsri>niary 2& A warrant has been bsned for the •we*,, of H. M. Brndbnry, draper, whoa* premlaefl were reoenkly destroyed by fire* The New Zealand University Senate rebelved notloe to*day from the Ooanoil of Medical Edncatlon and Registration tow the United Kingdom that tbii colony bM been brought ander the provision! of tht Imperial Medioal Aot of 1886. At Monday's sitting of the Congregational Union several amendment! were. made In the constitution. At t pablto, meeting this evening Mr Jsgo submitted: a soheme foe the formation of a paitora* retiring fund, commending If to tb* •uppoit of all the OongregatlonaJ OharobM throughoat the colony. The four Chinese charged with mattlaU Ing tiro oowb appeared at the Polloe Coort to-day, and were remanded for a weak. The police objected to ball on the ground of the diffloulty In identifying th« prisoners and their tampering with w!tneisei. The Bench eald Chinamen wen entitled to the same chances ai BacopeMU* Niw Plymocth, Febiaary 38. A woman named Ada Bond wai fomnd loatirg In a stream tbli morning, and II Is suppoied she attempted to commit suicide. Bhe was brought before th» B«M. on a oharge of lunacy, and remanded for a week for medioal examination. Sh» had a narrow escape with her life, When she was dragged oat of the water she was insensible. Restoratives were applied by Constable Soally, and the reoovered. . Ocwbdiw, February 28. The prohibitionist party were defea>^j at Mornlngton, a iraborh, all mod' Mm - »- oandidatea being eleoted.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889
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