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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

_. [PBB PUSS ABBOO-ATIOM.] ATJO-ttAifD, Maroh 6. ; The tender of G. Ntoool of Devon port, ; > little under £500, virtually for laboi ' Only, has been aooepted for repairs tc I jl.ftlSDtrt. I ;! A farmer named Mills, residing al ( Op'bttkl, whilst being served with c summons for assaulting a Shoep Inspector 1 atUoked Constables Oavsnagh and SistE 1 with an axe, but did not Infl ot any 1 lojary. He wns aarestod and aontenoad I to three months' Imprisonment with hard I 'labor, •A young man named -John Pennell, •son of a well-known settler, died yester. 1 vay at Ohinemutu from tbe effects of a , fall from a horse. I tA general enpampment of Volunteers jat; Eaiter Is spoken of. Indications of Improvement In the demand for real estate are not wanting. Among sales recently effcoted Is tbat of ths residence of Mr A. Moore, In Symondi itrcet. This property, although lease* pold and ant jeot to a ground rental ol {£22 10s per annum, realised £950. [ Wbllikoton, Maroh 6. j Rlonx, settler, missing from Woodville, turned np j A public meeting of the leading olt^mt) '.was he}d th> afternoon to endorse the [proposition of the Oity Council to entertain the Governor, Lady Jervois, and family at lqnoheon on the Saturday 'afternoon previous to tbelr departure. Advice has been received that a shipment of butter sent Homo by tbe Aoraogl realised 108. to 116* per owt. This time last year the price realised way 85 » to 95. per owt; Tt,e Wellington bkihoh of the National League has reoelved a letter from Dublin acknowledging the reoelpt of ££0, and stating that tho Exeoutive Oommlttee had passed a resolution expressing the great pleasure It gives them to reoelve suoh sn evldenoe of the Interest taken by their fellow oountrymen m tbe most distant parts of tho world In the st^rqggle In whioh tbe Irish leaders are pow engaged. B^_nh_!w, March 6. Captain Somervlll. arrived here to-day to make arrangements In oonneotlon with the forthcoming -faceting of the New 3 Jalan d Blfij Assooiation. He marked out the ranges this afternoon, and expretsed himself well satfsfied with the looallty. ' Ohb.stchuboh, Maroh 6. A man named lliohurd Lrd w»s committed for trial on a charge of tndeienUy assaulting tv girl ln th© Pom>la. At a largely attended meeting of •Justices, ponvonod by Mr Whitofoord, R.M,, to consider tbe subject of juvenile crime, the general opinion wa» strongly m favor of punishing parents fo? negleotIng their responsibility., and of tbe e.stablishtneat of a training-ship. A committee of senior Justices was appointed to draw up resolutions for presentation to a future meeting. Inspector Pender stated that m tho past five years 271 ohlldren were brought before the Court, 66 of whom wero Illiterate. Ho objected to flogging boys, pointing out tbat out of 81 fljgge. 37 were re-arrested. A meeting is to be held shortly to organise a Parnell fund m thla dlstrlot A depnlatlon waited on the Mayor thla afternoon to ask blm to preside. His Worship postponed his answer. HojcmEA, Maroh 6. A small rrjeh has set m at Throe Mile Creek, Tborc are payable prospeots, but the field Is limited. Oamabtj, March 6. The North Otsgo A. and P. Association have decided to held a ram fair on the 28:>i inst. The crops In this distriot have been gathered In splendid condition Tbe yield of ooreals wll} be good, bqt o^lug to the dry weather po^toes afo pot expected to ylold heavily, A farmer named Dunoan Campbell, residing at Hampden, attempted aulolde by cutting bis throat this morning, He is expected to reoovor. No reason oan be given for the aot. DuNßDiif, Maroh 6. k Tho expenditure on outdoor relief by the Benevolent Trustees Is estimated at .£BO7 more than last year, the total being £1.1,057. Messrs McKenzle and Olark wero reelected to the Education Board, but It is a tlo fpr third plaoe between Mr pick aud T) • 'Stepbonso, bnt It ll thought that the former will be e'ooted by the J}oard. ♦w" t' I—»■".'1 — »■".' • ii: >> ■»■ " Rourh on Kats."— Clears out rats, mice? roaches, flies, ants, bed-bugs, beetles, insects skunks, jack-rabbits, sparrows, gophers, At chcmil.Mnci drugt^ts |

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2081, 7 March 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2081, 7 March 1889

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