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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

(.pie PBEsa association;)

AuoKiJjfD, May 2. The City Ooanoil passed a motion tonight reoording appreciation, qf the bravery and humanity shown, by the Stmoana a,t Apia daring the harrioane of March last, jh.B Mayor, m moving the proposal, said that all southern mqnioipal authorities with whom he had communication, had expressed willingness to cooperate except Wellington Oounoil, who considered the matter beyond their province. A oopy of the resolution is to be sent to Mataafa,

Gkkymouth, May 2 At Brunnerton thin morning Inapeotor Emeraon, Mr Woqn, Collector of Quatoma, and the looal polioe, made a seigare at Maiso .i Laylor'B brewery of a quantity of spirits and distilling implements. Laylor was arrested, and la now m custody, He Is a weli-knovrn brewer, and an old resident of this distriot, Invbboaroill, May 3. Mr Douglas, atationmaiter at├čiveradale, who was rqn down by a waggon some weeks baok, his foot haviDg oaueht m the frog of the crossing while shunting, died this afternoon m the Hospital. Bis recovery was not at any tim.e hoped for by the medical staf?, but he stood amputation pf the leg better tban was anticipated. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia. Mr Douglas was a yoong man, and leaves a widow and children.

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INTERPROYINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2125, 3 May 1889

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INTERPROYINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2125, 3 May 1889

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