(PBR FRKBS ASSOCIATION.) AUOKLAND, June 21. Herman Obeo, oabinetmakor, Hobson street, attempted enlolclo (hid morning. Ha cat a severe gash m hie wrist with a razor and left a letter disponing of his atock and a cheque to pay hia debts. He had been drinking. The sottlora of Groat Birrinr lait Sunday found tho bndy of John Tucklo, mate of tho ko ch Zillah, wrecked on that Inland, Jur\o Had. Next day the body of John Za'>i», the master, wi\b dlsoovered. Henry Stevens died at the Hospital from injuries received by falling down a protected foundation m Hobson street Ho wao omploj ed at tho Brittomart Hotel, He loavos a family. Application is being mado to the Supremo Oonrt for a mandamus to compel the Oity North Licensing Committee to grant a renewal of lioenße to the Eagle Hotel whioh wue rofuoed at yesterday's meeting of the Committee. It has been auggosted that Mr John Dillon Bhould begin his mlnslon In New Zealand In Wellington, and Sir Goo. Grey Id to bo asked for his opinion. The Auckland North Lloenelng Committee, has refused licenses to the Olanrloirde and Wharf Hotels, on the ground that tbe houses are not required. The Anokland Trade and Labor Oounoll propose to enquire aa to the extent of tbe sweating system In this olty, especially with regard to tallorosses, Napier, June 21. A youth, named Alonandor Ferguson, whllo shooting yesterday nee dentally let thu gun off and tho charge of shot entered hia shoulder, escaping tho artory, lut passing through the back of the shoulder nvido a hole iib largo an a hen's ogg. No bones were broken. His recovery ia problematical, Wellington, June 21, Mojor-General Strange did not exhibit the Maxim gun here. It [a understood he intends to return when there, la a fallor gathering of rmmbera to wltneßß tha experiment*. j With respect to Major-Gpneral Edwards mission of Inopootion, all that tbe Govorn- : ment know la thut he is to visit the oolonloß generally, and, bs far as they are aware, tho expense Is to bo borne by (he Imperial Government. No less than fifty. five appiloitlons were received for tho Athenwam Hbrarlanßhlp. the salary la only £150, OHUIBTOHUROH, Jane 21. Another cowardly assault took plaoe at Lyttelton gaol. A prisoner named Shine alias Dennis Murphy, when taking off his heavy hobnaiUd boots struck another prlsonor, Chiirlos Fowier, over tho jaw., breaking it and Inflicting doop flesh ' wounds. The two men had qnurrollod j during tho day, und Sliino took this opportunity of revenging himself. Hois now In solilnry coniinomont, ponding | trial. Shine m n very old < ITondor.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889
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