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4 Augklaicd, Jane 7. At • meeting of the Shop Hoora Bill Committee to>nlght, • resolution wm passed asking the Auoklend members to give their inppoit to the till doting the ensuing tession. The barraoks at Pott Takapuna weie Tlslted yesierday by Messrs T. Thompson and F. Lawry, M.H.R.'b, They found that the qaartes where the men are located are damp and without sufficient yeatilatlon, whilst the drainage In dangerously defective, Wsluhgtok, Jnne 7■Mr B. S. M'Gowen, ohiet oterk m the Government lmnranoe Department, has been appointed agent forche Otago and Southland districts. Oahabu, June 7. A man named Edward fll'Ootmtok, a night porter at an hotel, was ohargbd at the Resident Magistrate's Court to day with having four piok lock keys In his poareuloo, The landlord of the hotel hid misted a number of ootties of whiskey, wise, «te, bom the bar, and several of ihe eetvanta' and lodgers' boxes bad bean opened and valuables taken. The keys, It was found, would open a large number of the drawers, boxes and doors In the hotel. Although there was nothing to eonneat the aoouied with the etudes taken, the Magistrate deoided to send him to gaol* for a month, the keys to be forfeited to the Qaeen. ■ Ihvbkoabgul, Jnne 7. Mrs Oonyert, wife of the late Oommis •toner of Railways, died at the Bluff to-day after a brief Illness. The Chamber of Commeroe has passed • resolution suggesting to the Batlway Commissioners that the present through eervioe between here and Dunedln be •eoelerated by an hour and a half } the train from the North to leave Dunedln at 9 SO a.m.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889