♦ (PB& MUMS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland Winter Races. AuoKiAWD, Jane 8. The r&ces have been postponed til) Monday m conaequenoa of the wet weather. The barometer has fallen today to 28 9, whioh is the lowest reading recorded for 22 years m Auckland A aevere westerly gale is feared. A Call. The North Shore Presbyterians have deoided to send a call to the Rev James Hill, of Lytteiton. Assault. Fbildxko, June 8 Dr Johnfltonhad hie arm broken yesterday m a fracas with John Davis , a settler at Kiwitea. Legal proceedings will be taken. Divorce* Wellington, Jane 8, In the Divorce Ooart, Malooltn v Maloolm, wife's petition, a deoree nin was granted. Dodwell v Dodwell, also wife's petition, the petitioner deposed to respondent's adnltety, and stated that she bad been driven to dootors by his immorality. He was In the habit of taking strange women to totals when he was m Wellington. Evldnnoe to this effect was given by the Hoensee of the Central Hottl. Respondent, J* 0. Dodwell, was an Episcopalian clergyman, and had a cure at Balls, but two yetrs ago was suspended by the Blshep. Deoree nisi with costs. Pre-aeseional. DuHimif, Jane 8. Mr Crawford Anderson, M.H.R., re* reived a vote of confidence from the K*ltanghta portion of the Bruce electorate. Ohbistohuboh, Jane 8. At lytteiton last night Mr John Joyce, M.H.R., addressed his constituents and received a unanimous vote of thanks and confidence.
Yesterday's " New Ziaand Times" says'— We understand that Mr R . A. Loughnan, the present editor of the " Lyttelton Times," has sooepted the editorship of the "Oatholio Times." and will begin his new duties Bhortly.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889
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