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[Per P-.8-B Association,]

Auckland, May 9. A preliminary meeting of those interested m the Irish national cause was held thla evening to consider the question of inviting to Auokland Mr John Dillon and other Irish delegates at present m Australia. It was decided to bold a publio meeting on Monday | to send an Invitation and make arrangements for the reception of delegates m this oity. Wan«andi, May 9. A sad accident, resulting fatally, happened to a little o-lrl eleven years of age, daughter of a reßpooted settler at Fordell named N. Harrison. It appears the j girl was riding home from school cm a pony behind hty brothow, when some children wore throwing Bton.a, and one struck the pony, whloh roared and thtew deceased who fell on her hoad and waa killed instantly, I Wellington, May 9f The Railway Commissioners have issued | a schedule of fares undor arrangement I with Oook*. Tourist Bureau, undor wliloh I tickets wiil be issueo] In e* ohange for Cook's ooupqns. Grey^outh, May 9 The Resident Magistrate's Oonrt was oaoupled all day over • oharge against Malao-l Taylor for making illicit w^tsky. A number of witnessej were examined, I and tho oase Is likely to last another day, as many witnesses are yet to be examined, Great interest is oreated by the oase. Dunedin, May 9, At the Harbor Board meeting to-day, the Chairman mentioned that tho estimate of r evon no has so far been maintained, and tho Bmk aooount will bo about £1000 better than tt was when the interest wub remitted Homo six mouths ago.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 10 May 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 10 May 1889