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Attokiand, July. 5. The Sonth British Inßuranod Company Intend to move to set aside the judgment In Bradbury's onse; and will move for a nonrsult or a new trial. Falling this they will .appeal. .-The 'ease Is one In which the Offiolal Aealgneo m bankruptcy recovered the amount of ineuranoa on the property of Bradbury, a draper, who disappeared the day after the fire.

Obbistohuroh, July 5 ' A prooesslon of 44 unemployed, led by W,. JPow.el). murohod the streets at noon to-day, carrying a banner beating a ekull nnd oroßß bonea with the motto " Work or Food." At a subseqaent meeting Poweli said the men were m a desperate oonditlon for want of food. They wore determined not to apply for Charitable Aid, but to insist on work belog provided, Meanwhile they asked the public to contribute towards their maintenance.

At » meeting of the Exhibition Committee to-day, the President, Me John I Roberts, Dr Beloher and Mr Joubert were present. The following resolution was adopted :—" This Committee is of opinion that considering tbe vast Importance of the dairy interest m the Colony Government should be requested to adopt Professor Long's suggestion that Government, should import two or tbree dairy experts for the purpose of Instructing the oolonlal dairymen In the best methods of manu faoturlng oheeae and butter for export." The same resolution was unanimously adopted In the aftarnoon by the Agricultural and Pastoral Asßoalatlon.

To-alght's "Star" draws »ttention to the Premier's mistake last night when replying to Mr Joyce. Re said that butter and bacon were duty free In New South Wales, whereas butter pays a penny and baoon twopence par lb duty, or twelve to fourteen per cent oq batter and twenty, five to twenty-seven per oant on baoon. Mr J. B. Stansell, uiher of the Supreme Ooutt, formerly Government meteorologist, died to-day, aged 69, muoh regretted,

Dunedin, July 5. The trial crushing of stone from the Eureka Company's claim yielded ton ounces to the ton. Where the sione was .taken thß re%f is neariy two feet thick. There is considerable exoitement m $on t home's, and shares m the Eureka Company sold at the rata of £1000 per teventh share, with a rising market.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2166, 6 July 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2166, 6 July 1889

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