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(PIB PRBBB ASSOCIATION.) The Licensing Act. ! Auckland, Maroh 8 Mf D Go'Hlp, Oh airman of the Aaokland South Licensing Ooramlttee, stated at, tbe quarterly meeting to day that he various olty O^mmlttees had arranged to have reports on tho public booses supplied from an outside source for cexfc quarterly meeting and that breaoheß of the law woold be punished by the Committee cancelling the lioenaea ot ousting the licensee. ] Fire. ■A fire broke out Utt night In the shop ot Jones, saddler, Queen street It was quepohed before much damage* had been dope. It originated In a drawer where sorrie composition of an ibfltmmable n|turo was found. An exaotly similar firjo ooourred at the same plaoe two months ago* The occurrences are attri-buted-to spontaneous oombustioo. The pplloa took the drawer to examine the contents Tha stook was Insured for £o*soo In the Norwlok Onion, and the machinery and fixtures foe £260 In tba South British. , Appointment. : ' Timabu, Ma--oh 8. ;Dr. Bernard Bloano Law son, lato of s 8. Tongarlro, has been Bo'ootod from five appUoonts to be rosldeut surgeon of the Tiniaru hoppHal. . Sailed. j Oamaiuj, Maroh 6. Sailed— Oanterbvry, ship, MoMillan, for Ibndon with a cargo of mution, wheat and wool. * Ships Arrived ! ( I'OET CUALMEBS, Maroh 8. /Arrived — Wild Wnvo, barque, Captain Fjnber from Hobact ; Alice Reid, barque, 132 days, from New York, s An Unsuatained Charge. ; DtJHBDIW, March 8. At the RM, Court Howard, oaretnker of t fare Sllverstream water raoe, sued Alex. 1 Bdthorl»nd, headmoster of the Whare , Flat Sohool, claiming £20 damages for an alloged assault on plaloUffa daughter. Too evldenoe for the plaintiff having been heard Mr Solomon applied for a nonßult on tbe ground that the oaa« hal not been m»de out. Mr Carew held a similar view and dismissed tho oase with costs £4 18;, Easter Encampment. Mr Fergus has promised £100 to the Otago Volunteers if they deniro to hold an Banter encampment „ „ Draughts. Air D. Reese, oa hoh,»/f of the Canterbury draught playora writes th>t It Is impossible that th> lutorprovlnolal draughts match oaa take plaoe at Easter. Be suggests that it sbould bo held at tho Exhibition tlmo when a big tourney opeij to the Colony osn tako plaoe.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2082, 8 March 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2082, 8 March 1889

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