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INTERPRQYINCIAL NEWS.

(PKB PKKSS ASSOCIATION.) AUOKLAKD, Jaly 4 At •> meattng of settlers a\ Whaogaral yesterday it was revived to ask the Government to construct a tram fray Iron Kamo to Publpuhl forest at onoe, so ihat the dead k«nrl m the forest may ba utilised. . > . The AuokUod unemployed held a.meet< Ing to-day, when 200 person! were present. It was deatded to telegraph to the Premier asking fo* relief works, j •?;•* The Hospital amd OnarlUble Board at ft meeting to-night oarried by a-m»joflty of one vote • motion urging that. : It i§ not desirable that the Hospital and Q&atitable Aid Bill ahoold become law. Wbijjkgtok, July 4. The Minister of Mine a statea that he hu been Informed that payable gold hai been discovered at the end of Pnbinahi forest, nearest to Kawakawa . Ted eiporionoed mlneru are already on the. ground "" Ohbistohuaoh, Jaly 4. Luke Perhatn, the indictment againit whom was quashed m the Supreme Jonrt on Wednesday, was charged at the K.M. Court to-day with b9iog illegally oa premises at Barry's Bay and was fined £2 and oosta, this lenient eentenoe being m consideration of his having incurred between £30 and £40 m connection with his ddfenoe of the previous charge, ;\\

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INTERPRQYINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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INTERPRQYINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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