(frwa paras AsaoouTibir.)' auoklaitd, Hay . 89, Replying to the invitation to become a member of the Irish Delegates' Beoeptlon Committee, Mr J» O. Oonnolly, Amsrioan Consul, stated that, whilst he would esteem it an honor to be able to aobedeto the request, the polioy of the Amerioaa Government was that of non-interference on the part of its repra»entatives : abroad with the social or political affairs of tha countries: to which they|are aooredited| and, therefore, he must decline. -\Were he m the capacity of a private citizen ha would aooept the invitation, . < Wblukotok, May 28. The Minister of Justice has directed tnat enquiries should be made into tha case m whioh the son of a respectable citizen of Auokland wms brought before ft private sitting of the R M. Court m that city on a charge of larceny from hfi employer. --'^ Th^ Court of Appeal -will sit foi delivery of judgments on Saturday. ; Crawford, lioansee of the Central Hotel, Lower Hutt, was fined £5 aod coeto'and the lioen-e endorsed for permitting billiards to be played after hours . ■ DtTNBDiN, May 23| Only £513 is now required to oompleto the capital of £15,000 for th> Exhibition, aod steps are to be taken to riui£ that sum m a few days. Applications for space are coming m freely, and it ii possible that it may be necessary to curtail the applications wnioh may come in-latar.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 24 May 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 24 May 1889
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