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THE SAN FRANCISO MIL

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

In tht ooune of- a reoem Interview M> J. D. Bpreoklei, referring to the renewal of the mall coatraot for one year with the oolony of New South Walea, aatd :— " It may be that the New Zealand Parliament will do elde to again beoome a party to the oontraot when It meeti. if not, the service will be continued ai before, with the exception that the fiteamers will probably ron direct between Honolulu and Sydney without calling at Auokland. If the Sydney Government bean tho whole expense It is hardly likely that it Will agree to the •tenners stopping it New Za*land. Our arrangemen's with the United States are not jet perfected, but m yew of the raoent events transpiring at Samoa, it is tbougbt possible thai, our Government, may be willing to pay a small additional sum, , Say 80 000 do's per year, for the steamers to call at Apia instead of Tutuila, where communication is so doubtful acd uncertain. The colonies would make no objection to this change, but it can't be arranged unless the Un ted {-states Is prepared to be a little liberal."

{JM& PBBBB AMOCIATIOH.) Body Found. Wmjjkoton, July 12 Fa* two days P**t a body iui been obterred at intervals floating about the harbor, but It wh only tecured this morning. It protee to be that of Antonio Mekaliff, a Mthese, employed a» 000k at various hotels; Nothing la known farther. The Goal Industry. . YVXfeTPORT, July 12 Mr Brown, representlug the Weatport Ngakawaa Goal 00, arrived hero tbla norntng from Sydney to arrange for the erection of coke ovena at Ngikawau and also etart accommodation for ■hipping coke to Port Pitie, and to make enquiries m to facilities fur the ereotlon of smelting works to deal with ore from Port Pirle. Gold. Dunbdin, July 19 Sew Hoy'f dredge at Arthur's Point, Shotover, got 29. zi for one day 'a work. The whole of the available dredging area on the river hai been taken up*

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THE SAN FRANCISO MIL TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2171, 12 July 1889

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THE SAN FRANCISO MIL TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2171, 12 July 1889

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