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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBB PBKB3 ASSOOUHOM.) The Irish Delegate?. t Gbbtmouxh, July 18 A number of oltlzsna, mostly Irish, met last night for the purpose of forming a committee (o reoolve tha Irish National Delegates. A very large oommittee was appointed and ssveral resolutions regarding the reception were passed. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, AND CD'S FAILUKE.

(PHK PBEBS ASaOOIAHOIl.)

Ohristohubch, July 18 Tenders were accepted to-day for Lightband, Allan, and Oo's establishments as follows :— Manufacturing plant, maohinery, and stock m trade m the Ohristoharoh factory — Skelton, Frostiok, and Co; boots, shoes, leather, and grindery m faotory, and bond— Gavin, Gibson, and Oo; stook m trade Zealandia Boot Store, Ashburton— Andrew Orr j stook m trade, and book debts, of City Boot Palace, Oamaro — Dudley,. and 00, Auokland ; stook m trade, leather, grindery, etc;, m warehouse, Frinoes Btraet, Dunedin— Q. Esther. No tender was aooepted for the Tannery at Woolston, nor any reoeived for the equity of redemption on the Ohristoboroh warehouse,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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