(per fresh association. )
Auckland, March 27. Two Hamilton aottiera shipped twenty* four oaaes of apples to the Sydney and Melbourne maiketa on Monday lust as an experiment,
Wellington, Maroh 27. Tho EduQvttiQn Ji.ari esttmate the rovonua for the year at £32,548 and expenditure £32,477-
A criminal Baiumons has baen t*ken out by the police against Mm Thorpe lor abortion. The o*ee will be beard on Friday.
Gbeymouth, March 27* There is muoh misery among UtnrlDg men owing to tbe dearth of e/nploymjot generally, and a similar state of things prevails at Brunnerton. Latterly there has been a great deal of ulplfoofiß among6t children, mostly In the form of feverish o^lds, sure throats, eto. A number of deaths have occurred, some attributed to diphtheria The attendanoe at the Btate School has dwindled muoh, parents keeping their ohlidren home, afraid of infeotlon. The Committee to-day cloied the school Indefinitely. Ohkistohuroh, March 2V. Tbe cipenaoa of tLo Charitable 'Aid Board i>r the l«nt finano'.al year were over £16,000. Ttio aniouut required from local bodies for the next year Is £8036, The Piooeatn Synod met to-day to consider what atops shoald be taken m consequence of the Churoh Property Trustees declining tn make provision for payment of Property- tax on the English loan. A motion w.tu proposed by Mr John Grigg for lhj produotion of legal opinions to the effect that the resolution of laat Synod that the money paid as Properly-tax by the Sinking Fond Trustees should be refunded was ultra vires. After considerable debate the motion was lost and the Synod adjourned tl)l to-monovr ■''
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
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