» ' <MB FBBBS ASSOCIATION.) Questionable Actions. Auckland, July 15. Mr W. L, Brlgnt, M.F., arrived here to join the Doric, by whioh he returns to England. He intendß to table a question m the House of Commons relative to the aotion of Admiral Fairfax m allowing men of the Orlando to take part m the Orange anniversary celebrations. County Council Audits. The Kodney County Gounoil have dacided to call the attention of the Government to the unsatisfactory prooeedbgs m oonneotion with auditing County accounts. The Thames Town Clerk. The police nave reason for believing that Dean, late Town Clerk, at Thames, charged with embezallng upwards of £1000, •soaped to Norfolk Island by the sobooner Christina, Till Bobbery. TiMABTj, July 15. Mat tin O'Halloran, an old offender, with thirteen convictions for larceny, and wbe has spent sixteen years m prison, was oaught at the bar-till of the Grosvenor Hotel on Saturday. The barmaid selzad bi(k, pulled him Into ihe parlor and looked htm Id, and oalled for Mr Melkle, the proprietor, who made bim disgorge eight ■hillings missing from the till. He appeared at the R M. Court this morning and «as committed for trial. The Weather. A cold snap set In last night and sno w fell on all the low hills sod tbe nppei side of the plains. Supreme Court. DuflsDiN, July 15 The Supreme Court is occupied with the case Schmidt against Penedin Corporation, claim for £209 damages for nuisance alleged to be caused by the manufacture of sulphuric acid at the Corporation Gas Works. Sadden Death. Thomas George, a well known lithographer, died suddenly tua morning. Fatal Accident. . Angnit Wiuiam B. Jermqulst, a Swedish sailor employed on the steamer Inveroarglll, was killed this morning by timber falling on him In the hold. He was rcarrlod, and leaves a family.
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