Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.


(PER PRKBB ASSOCIATION.) AUOKXAND, July 18. Matters In connection with the Olty Olub Hotel license, whioh was removed to a cellar whilst the hotel is being domollshod m order that another may re* pboi It, arebaoomtng oompUoated. Those opposod to the transfer held that it wsa t not legal, bat It h»n novr transpired that the oolhr wai not opened, and buelnean In now being oarrled on lq the old premises. It Is claimed therefore that the oeilar not having been opened the llcnsehadno habitation from which It could ba re transferred, and It hai aooordlngly expired. It Is state! that T<* Kootl Intends to oome to Auckland shortly to apply to the Supreme Oouct that the order oalllng upon him to find sure lea of pooo be sot aside. Tbe reoord of the oonvlotlou of Te Kooti has not yet been filed In the Supremo Oonrt, In the e^ont of Us not being done a writ of certiorari will bo moved. Auoklauders who have reoently retornod from New South Wales state that hundreds of dwellings are qnacoqpiod In the eqburbs pf Sydney. Tnero is plenty of work, but plority of men to do it. Ttiere seeros to be little doubt that the bqsbman Ormond, who has boon miEßiug for some timo, has been drowned. Several of tho largest river bridges m the Port Albert di&triot have mot with injury from freshets through tho recent heavy rain. The Wol'sford and Tohata bridges have been partially otrried away through flit presmure of kaqn loga borne down by the Hoods. Wellington, July 18 'Ihe Minister of Lands states that ho has received letters from tho West Ooast of the North Island pointing out that bush felling '• almost at a standstill m oon»e- < qaonoe of sll tho men boing engaged at ; flu mills. It Ii almost Impossible to get I men foe bush felling. Duhbdin, July 18. ' At a mee'lng of the Executive of the ' Kxhihitii n th,o Music Qom,niit f eo reported th tt amingomontß wore a'roost p.>mpletod 1 for a firstrfllaßS oroheetra, largely porp'posed o£ gf ntleman from Ohristohurch nnd the North iHlu'd. The total amount of spaoe ' npj)licd for Is 83 373 t, eguivolontto 352 j bays. Tne Mnniger pointed ont that ' hre are now m hund moro dera mds than I can bo accommodated, and when cable i advices from Grout BiiUin aud the Oonti { nent arrive, further unmxes will hay« to ( ba put m hand at once, Tho buildings E aio making good pvogecsts. T^oao are \ up m n way to make them suitable for being dispupud of for wuolpheda, eto , , aft'jr the Exhibition ; and already offera , have been received for portions of the j [ building at ratea whioh will enouro share- t 1 holdtrfl from lOM lQ this rupeot, j

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

Bibliographic details

INTERPOVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889

Word Count

INTERPOVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889