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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

(P«B FBBSS ASSOCIATION. OAHARTS, July 13. Gray and Aldrioh, millers and grain merchants here, fied a declaration In bankruptcy to-day, Invjbroargm., July 13. Last Wednesday Mrs Uasaidy, whose husbaDd was drowned last; year, and T. Clifford were evicted from their holdings at Wrey's Bueh by a poese of police nnderSergt Major Bamaay, and a number of bailiffs In each case the bailiffs read a warrant, and this being unheeded the doora were burst open and the inmates turned out with scant belongings. The evictions were cairied out under instructions from the Otago and Southland Investment Co, The mother of Mrs Gaßßidy, aged eighty yeate, who hss spent nearly all her iife m the colonies aud over thirty m this district, wan drtDC ng round tbe policemen and bailiffs yelling out " Thank God I have lived to ccc a real Irish eviction." The eyiotione ww fte to failure tp pay renfc

AUCKLAND, Jmy 14. In regard U» tbe proposal of tho Board of Eduoation to re-o'tjanlaj feaahlng sUffi Oy sending experienced te»ohsrs from the olty schools to those of he country, the Auokland branch of tho Eiuoationol lastltate bave expressed the opinion that it is undesirable that large c' asses should be entraated to young and loexperlenced teaohera. The first Grand Handlonp, a foot race of 100 yds, for a stake of £50, was run on a olnder track ac tbe Zoalandla Rink oo Saturday, and won by J. Oumm'nge. WBLMifSTON, July 13. Nothing was adduced at the inqa^st on Antonio Meoallife to prove that he had mat with any fool play, and the braises on tne body are sapposed to be ountusions from rooiss. A. verdiot of "found drowned'" was returned. The Hawera County Council anani momiy passed a resolution that the previsions of the Hospital and Charitable Aid Bill now before Parliament are can trary to the Interests of tbe ratepayers of the county. Ureymouxh, July 14. The ooal export for the' week was 3749 tons.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2173, 15 July 1889

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