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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

— — ■+ , | , (PHB PBBBS ASSOCIATION.). V1 " The Weather. ; . Auckland, Jqne 10, The weather has been vet/ bolsterrat slnoe Saturday and ,Ia atlll wet< No damage has, however, been dona by tht wind. ,-■..;-...:■ " '. ' , Death of WaTbrick Senfbr. "■* Abraham brick, father of, the well Icnown footballers of thatname, itm h«rled -at Matata peinetery , yeater4»y. ; -Ht hftd b^en la the polony alnoe llS^OyiindwM aged 72.. : ,',.., "'.' : .. ." - I **---.-* .. . Bnllding: Society; .: ': : " The AnckUod Pecamneut. BaUtMng made a net profit of £36391 for the year, bat as It Is oMtylng a larger onm than aanil forward to pro>ldt for possible lbaaes^ It will only pay fir & mi opnt dividend. . J iS ; : :F ■ \L ; ■ „" rataUty. : "\ : f-^V:: fe $<mry Stevenson walked otw Hotjton f treat embankment and' rtaelvad fnjartH likely to prove fat»l. _^, The Bankrupt TOlt* , Tbomas L«'gh Woite, tlierlnilnlnj bankrupt, agalmt whom proceeding! wert to be taken, cannot be found by tht deteotlvei, and. It U B»ld he left the colony a week ago. _ Attempted Suicide. Boie Earth, who attempted ralolda by ttklog Rough on Batfl, hMbeendlßtiUawJ on her own BsqarUlei to keep the peaov foe twelve monthi , - Supreme Court. The Sopreme Court Criminal Sewfon oommenoed to-day. Jodge'QHUei'ohann to the Grand Jury said there -were 1 29 obargei against 16 persons. Thebalandet wfta not ao serlons as It aeepied. ' He called attention to the obar^e pf mavdn against Louis P«gat, and dlreoieA tht Jacy to coaolder whether there waiany mallolooi intent. . - -,- r . *; , ■■■■■*' TheTalnui. ' :< Wellutotok, June 10. The Tatnul arrived lite last night. ,. Tht only reason for, her long passage > wai asuo--994510n of heavy : head, wlndr^nd fea and thick weather. .There was nb : «ool4ejit of any kind: The Fxhlhitioa; - _ Ghkymouih, Jane 9. Mp Harrli Haitlcßi, Sserttary tq'thd New Zaaland Exhibition Oommlaßlonerf. addressed a large- and repreaenta'tlye meatIng at the Sphool of Bfinei last evening, explaining ihe-BxhlbUlonarrrangementf. A large ; lo^aentlal Oommlttst wu formed, and several sub-Go damUteeH l were appointed to carry out the dataib of ooUeoilns and landing exhlbltataDniiedlß Mutual Agency Company. ':<:.'. '-'ii \i , DuirßDnf^i Jaoe 10t The annual tntaUog of :tlie Mutaa Agenoy Oompany; wai the) scene of as extraordinary exchange of compliments between Mr A. O. Begg and the Ohalrman, Mr Robert Wilson, who accused him oi | doing his beat to Injure the Company, . A Oowaxoto Constable. At the City Police Court to.jjay exInspector Mallard deposed, that there wai a fight in the Northern BeoreatiQn Grdnnd on Saturday night. Constable Willis; who 1 was on duty, was looking on, .and when witneßß CflJle4 .«a him to interfere he stood by apparentljhj^afrald to stop the combatants. The constable ; was an arrant coward, and witness, who atopped the fight; himself, told him eo. _ The Benoh warmly eulogised Mallard's condao^, and said Upo stable Willis' aotion would be brought under the notice of . luipaotoj Wttldon, - ! ■- '. ;•• -f "« ;•"

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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