[PEB PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, May 13. Complaints are made of the wretched manner Id whioh members of the Permanent Artillery foioa stationed at Fort fakapuna are hoased, aud It laasierted that the barracks are unfit for human habitation, The suggestion la made that the attention of Government should be drawn to the matter. Three Volu; taorn, Win. Oostello (OneIs tmga Navale), Thomas Butler (Waitemata Navale), and Wm. Thornton (also of the Waltemata Navals), wore arrested, and oharged to-day at the Police Court, m respect of the recent Volunteer misconduct, the former kwo with having stolen an acoordlon, the property of Mr Porter, landlord of the Meroer Hotel, and Thornton with laroeoy of a jar of brandy from that eutablUbment. Oaatello pleaded guilty. The cases were remanded until 21st lnut. Wellington, M»y 18. Parliament will be opened by the Governor m person. The Premier hao to far recovered as to be able to rename his duties. at the Tna Bury buildinga to-day. Lord Onalow is very well satisfied with his realdeooe, and eeema to have formed a very good opinion of the capital. The Acclimatisation Soolety have sect Home for a supply of UDgliah partridges, which are to be liberated m the Wellington district.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 14 May 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 14 May 1889
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