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Auckland, June 3.

Another meeting of White's oreditors was held to-day, when the bankrupt again failed to appear but sent a letter. The Official Assignee was Instructed to proceed against White for contempt of Oourt,

Thb Auokland Nrr:h Licensing Oommieai mers met to-day, whan the consideration of several applications for renewals of licenses were adjourned fora week, tbe Bench Intimating that they Intended to close the hotels affaoted as not beiug necessary In tbe locality. An easterly gale has been blowing for the past three djys. Tbe Rlogaroonn, on tbe voyage from Gisborne, hove-to for six hooru, and the barquentine JSllnor .Vernon, wbioh arrived from Wellington, t >ok refuge behind Ouvler Is'and from Friday evening to Sunday morning. Her jib was blown to ribbons when the vessel was off Tlrl Island. The Centennial had also a rough experience and hove-to for a day. A number of open boats and the yaoht Albatross were driven ashore m harbor.

New Plymouth, June 3.

In the Waltara Brewery oases for breaches of the Beer Duty Aot, Ooad, manager of the brewery, was convicted m two oases, one of negleqtiog to enter hops aod beer m the {.roper boo|cs as required by law, and the other for removing the statutory books from the brewery. In the former oase he was fined £20, and m the latter 53. Two other ohargea of fraudulent negleot were dUinlßsed' Nelson, Juna 3

Mr D. Harris Hastings, the secretary of the Exhibition Commissioners, addressed a publio maetiog on Saturday night. He wae well received, and nnmerons offers of exhibits were made. The Bishop of Nelson, will send pictures If deaired. Ohbibtohukoh, June 3.

A tamper named Edward Kiobard Warrlnuton, wbo was etrnok on tbe head by a bale of gunny bags oh board the Walhora at Lyttelton on May 33rd, died from the effects of the io juries last night. An elderly nun named Wm. Mollwralth who llyed by himself In a hut was found dead lo A #§t*p f*Qe near {golleston yes-

Thin afternoon Sir Somsrs V»ne »d---dretsed a well attended meeting at the Chamber of Oommeroe on the Imperial lostltpte, and fas aooorded a hearty yote of thanks and a promise of pp-operatlon, DpNßpiir, June 3,. Kate Gallagher, aeven >ears of ag*, was killed at Ophtr, through a bale of corn atoks falling on her. Alexander liinole, a well known old settler, and ex-Speaker of too Provincial Connotl, died yesterday .

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INTEPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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INTEPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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