(PKB FKEBB AHSOOIATION. ) Auckland, Jane 5. Wilkinson, charged with the robbery of ! books from the Publio Library, has been . committed for trial. Wellington, June 5. . Government are thinking of making , another attempt to alter the rules of pro- [ cedure this session m order to get over the r difficulty of providing a quorum under the Standing Orders. They will proceed by way of simple resolution, which will have to be renewed each session. The final shape of the new rule is not yet decided on, but the Cabinet are now discussing it, and will come to a decision m a day or two. InvbroargHil.. Jane 6. Constable Griffiths, who went from ! Lumsden to Te Annu m search of two missing , v tourists, Captain Malcolm, late of the Union [ S.S. Co.'s service, and Mr James Young, j tailor, of Princes street, Dunedin, who lelt the Sounds on the ,23rd ult, intending to cross ' overland to Te Anau by McKinnon's Pass, 1 reports that he found no trace of them. The ' food m the hut erected for the accommoda- > tion oi travellers was untouched. He • believed they must have returned to Mil/ord I Sound, which will be v sited by the steamer Orowaiti on her way to Greymouthi
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LATEST TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2144, 6 June 1889
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2144, 6 June 1889
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