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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS.

1 (PIB PBBSB ASSOCIATION.) AUCKLAND, JODO 16. After the taoes on Saturday evening a tralo from Auckland, whaa passing the Elletolle platform, ran Into a -waggon which had crossed the line on the toad and had uot got clear. Tig bind wheels of the vehiole were kaooked off, and a man named Hyde was oaught by the cow catcher of the engine and carried about thiityyrrdß. Hla collar bone was broken, md he was injured internally, bat he will probably reoover. A boy named Goldlng had hli arm broken, and another lad named Walih reoelved a aoalp wonnd on hta head. WsLLiifoxoa, Jane 15, After the opening of Parliament on Thursday the Yolanteari hold a review, and will be Inspeoted by hla Exoolleuoy. For some timo correspondence hai been going on In the papers suggesting a re? lew on Saturday afternoon as the best opportunity for working men to get away, bat no notice has been taken, and It is not expeotad there will ba a Urge master on Thursday, Ohmstohueoh, June 15. The oharge against W, fcoarlett, brevier, of hindering and assaulting a beer duty oolleofcor m the ezeoution of his duty was dismissed by Mr Bdotbam, 8.M., on the technical grounds tbat the collector and not bis delegate was the person authorised to do the work. Leave to appeal was granted. Five publicans were fined 40a each for not cancelling beer duty stamps. Mr Penfold, lecretury of the Canterbury Jockey Olub, left here yesterday for a six months' trip Home via 'Frisco, leave of fibseDea having botn granted. Mr H. Westmaoott is aoting bb secretary meanwhile. . Oamaku, Juoe 16. A man naned Kewley was drowned m the harbor on Saturday evening. Along with a companion, he was returning from the dredge In a boat, and while pasting OTii the hawser of the dredge the boat was oapsizsd. Both men were thrown Into the water, but Kewley oould not swim, and after holding on to the boat for a short time, sank. The body was recovered about 15 mlnntes afterwards, bat life was eztlnot. Dunbdin, June 15. A large meeting of University students last night resolved to support D« Fiiohett'a Bill to popularise the Ooanoil by giving graduates a voice In future eieotions.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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