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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS.

[PBB PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Auckland, July 2 News from Baratonga states that on 13th ult. the British warship Cormorant arrived there, and steamed th'.noa to a small inland In the immedia c vio'nlty of Aitutaki, where the British flag was holeted. Wellington, July 2 At a mooting of the Wellington branch o£ the Irirh National League, held m connection with the proposed visit of the Irish delegates here, the following resolution was carried: — " r lhat the Beoretary be directed to communicate with the Aock--Ind organisation, al^o with Sydney, Ohristchnrch and Daoedin, to the effect that this branch his received the opinion of Sir Q. flrey, Mr iJutchlson and several other members of Parliament that the delegates thould visit Wellington daring the session as their first plaoe of oall m New Zealand." A deputation of grocers waited on the Chamber of Commerce to-day to biing the resolutions passed at the recent meeting ußoinßt the Chinese under their notice. The Council of the Chamber has deoided before taking Motion to oommunicate with, other Chambers, Thomas Oollon, who was sentenced at Lyttelton Resident Magistrate's Court to sis months' imprisonment for the nonpayment of £96, arrears m support of his illegitimate ohild, was arrested here last night, and taken to the Terrace Qaol. The next Fire Brigade demonstration is to be held hero. It is expected that 400 firemen, will take part.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2163, 3 July 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2163, 3 July 1889

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