._ ♦ (PBE PRBBB ASSOCIATION.) Samoa auokiand, Junf 7. A oabie massege from Sydney says that the Lubeok has arrived there The 1 oase of Cornwall v. MoArthur and Co., ' merchants, known as *he Great Samoaa : Land'Osse Is concluded, judflrment being , given against MoArthur for £41,276, and oosts. Seourlty la required by the Court before the defendants will ba atlbifcd to appeal. '. ' " ' ; ■:'• •.-••" Tbe Babbit Fence. Wblmwotow^ Jane 7* The Minister of Lands statei* that the Inoieasad rental of the Canterbury Jeans will In the fiiat pear oonsldertblf 'mow than pay the ooat of the rabbit fence la South Canterbury. ; .. n .^ The Factory "Act. > > Timabf, June 7. ' Four persons Inoludlng the ownsra of the woollen faotbry, were sumnionid today for breaoh of the law, by keeping females and lads at work on & statutory half-holiday. The oases were; adjoorned for three weeks, as the parties' are? aeeklog ' to get the half-holiday restored to Saturday, bat they were warned they, matt oomply with the law In the meaut|me. A Serious Charged ' At the offiolal meeting of the creditor! of O, Waller, and Oo>, atatloDers, tq-day, J. W, Waller swore that 0. 0. Sommen, of Ohriatohurch, made a proposal on April 12th to fire the premises, and showed htm how to do It. Sommers had ;an Intersil m the bnsinew. . . , ' '
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889
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