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Auckland, April 15. A grocers' meeting to-night, by a resolution, denied the statements made by Pakokohe settlors that they had parobaaed batter and egga at low rates, and sold them at a good profit,
It Is stated that there Is some dlasatlafaotlon at the fnot that the tender bcoepted for the food supply at the Volunteer encampment Is only at tho rate of 9d per head, this sum being considered too low, Teo Quol, who acted as Interpreter at the Polloe Ooarfc m the recent charge against Chinese for mutilating oattle, has reported to the polloe that on Saturday night a Ohlnarmn made an attempt to stab him. Qaol h»B baen frequently threatened since he assisted the prosecution m th& t oa«e mentioned.
Wellington, April 15.
The classification of the Canterbury runs and the terms on whioh they .are to be offered by auction appear m a sbpplemantaty "Qazetto" to-night. Hokitika, April 15. The Supreme Court oommenoed to-day before Mr Jastloe Dennleton. There w»i no criminal business. The chief civil base Ii Vfaoent •galoot the Railway Department, olaim for £300 spaolal and £200 general damages, through lojariei resultIng In the losi of his foot, sustained by the working of the gadget on the ooal wharf at Greymauth- Mr Joynt, of Christoharob, leads for the defence. To-day only one witness oompleted his evidence, and the plaintiffs cross-examination Is about half over.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2111, 16 April 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2111, 16 April 1889
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