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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

[Pan Pebsb Association,] Auckland, Jane 6. Otptain Kemp intflnde to apply to the Governor^ under Seotibn 24 of the Ship ping and Seamen's Act, for the return of his oetilfioate, recently suspended for throe months by the Nautical Oourt appointed to enquire into the Ohaunel oolllsloo. He urges that the deoUinn of the Court was based on wrong ftsqompilona, Tbe enquiry made by Colonel Shepherd Into, the allegation that a, Volunteee whilst m .unlforrij, served a wr/t u"pon : Mr; J. Q. Wft% hs^beWjooQoluded, with tbeiresult that the persun oharged has bcea exoner* ated, it having been shown that he was not m uniform. Mr John Dllllon, M P. , has aooepted an invitation to visit Auckland, bat thlakV-he oannot oome until the middle of Auguat, lie fears it will be impossiblo iot Messrs Hsnunde and Deaaey to come to New Zealand. Writing to Ihe Mayor of Aaokland, with regard to the, ' Auckland Gas Company's bill, Mr G. M. Reed says th«t a new proposal for the oleotrlo lighting of this city will shortly be made from Melbourne, News has been received of a reoent 4i9i per bushel. The expense! have not been stated yet, bat they will probably , amount to 13d per bußhel, The report, that Moeb b Henderson and Maofarlaue had rehabilitated their leland uado by baying tholr bunkraut estata la how denied, ' Welungxon, Jane 6 The Hon Mr Richardson s»ys there is little need for auxlety for Malcolm and YouDg, who : are prospecting the West Coast of the Soaih Island. Daring his reoent visit to Mtlfotd Sua.ud, be aaw both men, who had over six weeks' provisions, not inolading fish or bird*, and the men expressed the/r intf-miou of remaining there until picked up by a Bceumer, Gbbymouth, Juae 6. Patrick Oaaey, who tma beau employed for a number of yuara In driving horneg for drawing ooal trucks aoroso the Branuer ■Bridge, was this evening,. batween five and six, driving aoroeg the bridge, fie accidentally became entangled with the chain whioh attaohed the horae to the truck, and was thrown off the truok, whioh passed over him, catting off his left leg and right arm. It hsa been decided to amputate both limbs, bat it Is not ixpeoted that the poor fellow will survive the operation, Another aoojdent also likely to prove fatal, haa oooarred at the Ooalphheath Mine. William Sing, while at work, was caught by a fall of ooal, whioh broke one of his thtghs, In j aired bis head, and inflloted severe bruises.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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