(PBR FBKBB ASSOCIATION.) OnohuDga Woollen Factory. Auckland, Maroh 1. The Onehunga woollen mills have been pnrchuod by a new company, constating of about » dcsen shareholders. Wblla m naged by |the liquidator for the past few months the factory has shown a profit, HM.S. Lizard-ArrWed-H.M b. Lizard from WeiJngron. Discharged. OoRXbTOHUROH, Maroh 1, Alfred WolU, form or ly canvasser for the N»Z. Aooldenr Aisuranoe AssooiatloD, who wai arreßted In Wellington charged with embezzling £49, was dlaoharged at the P.M. Oourt to-day. Found Dead Pokkdin, March 1. Ann Robb a middle-aged woman was fonnd dead m her bed at South Dunedlo. The (supposed oaaee ia apoplexy. The Licensing Act At tbo meeting of the Licensing Committee the Chairman Mr Stanford said that the Committee Intended to oarry oat the law In ita entirety. They were convinced that there were too many hotels In Donedln and woaid gladly see a consider, able number closed, but they must have regard to the vested rights of prtu perty holders and wero unwilling to interfere, with thoae rights nolees some serious offence gave oooaslon for dealing with tho offending publican. Cattle Stealing. Invbhoabgill, Maroh 1. Ohas. Jfldd, brother of Sophia Kidd, who recently cot twelve mouths for cattle stealing after being twlop triecf, has been arrested on a similar oharge. He was brougbt op at the Polio a Court and remanded till Monday. An Impostor Patrick Fahey wan ohargpd with endeavoring to Impose on Joseph Metßger by means of false verbal representation with a view to obtalu money. The accused represented that he was oolleotlng money for the Roman Catholic Church on the authority of Father Walsh, and so reoelved ft camber of promises of contribution*, the names being Inserted In a pooket book. He had endeavored tooolloot the money but had not snooeeded when he was arrested. The aooused stated that he had colleoted money In a similar manner for tho Puoedin Cathedral, and that a Hat of subscribers names was published In the " Tablet. " He had done the same thing on other occasion* for churches. If he had received any money at all be would have handed It over to Father Walsh, Father Walsh deposed that the aooused was not authorised by him, and two persons whoso names appeared on aouied's list said they had given no authority to pot their namei down. His Worship said be bad no doubt the accused had endeavored to Impose on people, and sentenced him to six months with h»rd labor. Kcating's Powder deitroys both moth, flcae, beetles, and all other insects, while quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating beetles, the success of this powder i: extraordinary. It is perfectly clean m applicatifln. See the article you purchase is Keating? as jmftatiows are noxious and m, aftectual Spld ip tins, ji, pd, and a» 6d|b i * '
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889
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