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Auckland, July 29. The firm of G Fraaur and Sons, pro-pi-U^nra of tha Phoenix Foundry, filed a petHl lon of Inaoivenoe to-day.

The i a bland brlgantine Sarah File left Helen villa on Saturday with timber for Donedln; Wli'n the vessel was botween North Spit and Tory Shoal, she drifted on the North Spit amongst heavy breakers and grounded several time*, but drifted, off tgaln. Robt; Lhtoa, « seaman, was washed overboard, but another sea Immediately after washed him on deok again. The Fa 'ah File proceeded 011 her voyage to Danedln.

The funeral of Jadge Gillies to-day was atterd d by all membors of the legal profession and representative olUzani. The remains were Interred at St Andrew! cemetery, Epsom.

Mr J. 0 Firth's elght-hoara' roller mill wm offered for oalaby auotlon to»?fty, at>d was bought la on behalf of the mortgagees for £SDOO.

The oompensaMon oHra Native Grant v MlnUter "f Pabllo Works, h*s been settled by Government paying £1500. In regard to the reoeat exhuming of a Native's bndy it WaltehuDa settlement, a M»orl alleges that the story Is on true, and that the report was circulated for the parpose of giving the impression that Tawhlao had the power of raising the dead. GIBBOBNB, July 29.

The members of the defunct JB^try, who were to r6o?lva a dividend of 30* on the wind-up of the oorps, have been "left" by the Treasurer, who was recently dlsmiißed from the Bank of New Zetland, leaving for Sydney with »noat £30 of the B tttery funds. A mcc Ing of members dpolded not to Issue a warrant to bring him baok.

Welungton, July 29.

A Ilttla girl naruH i ICva Barn was ohoked to death by a pß^-at this evening. Typhoid ftver is prevalent m the lhorndoi end of the city.

A bankra t named Edward Jones Foothead, plumber, hid bs discharge bubpended for twelve montha for not keeping accurate books.

Robert A, Ba'leo, i avmetly taflpaoto? of polloe at Uapler, b»a been arrested on se v til ohargei of extraordinary coadoot. The first chtrt* (a thai of threatening a woman named E'z tbt 1 1 Maalnder. Ha went to plaintiff's hoosa and aocosed her of robbing him of £150, at the same time drying >( I will do fur y *n ; I will break every bone m your body." Ballen bad m hla. possession a loaded revolver, and threatened to shoot a man who came to the woman's assistance, Ballen fired hta revolver In the air, and then went away It is intended to lay a far more isriona charge against him on bahalf of Chorge JSTorbary and Aut*in Coon, both of whom had been threatened by Bullen with the revolver. A forther charge of breaking aod entering Mrs Mioloder'a, and stealing goods and money will also ba preferred against him. Ballen was brought before a magistrate on F<ld*y afternoon and remanded till to-d»y ; and to-day w»> farther romsnded till to-morrow.

Rbbfton, July 29. Keefton mines to-morrow pay an aggre gate of £4650 sterling m dividends.

Dtjnbdin, July 29 The Fine Arts Committee of tbe Exhibition have approved of the proposed arrangement to secure a Soottish collection of plptoree, and have recommended tbe Oommiselonern to set aglde £350 to secure tbem,

Ao an extraordinary meeting of the RoaevlUe Dairy Faotory Company, it was t solved to volun a ily wind op, Messrs Elder and Bolt betas; appointed I'quU datcrs. . One of tbe Directors euld the Company was vlrhaallv bankrupt. Besides tbe nprtaage of £1600 on the building, there was another £1000 due, aid nothing to pay it with. During the last fortnight the Cotppany had loat £420 through a firm falling to meet payments, and as one ah^reholdtr pub it, the Oompaey b&va lost £5600 m eighteen months, it not being ve:y clear where Iha losses bad been made.

Inveroargill. July 29. The four year o d d->ugbtei of W. Bow r, wos burned to death at Waiknia yeßterdny. (-he was setting fi eto some tuaaoqka wben her clothes caught fire. Durin» the Btay of H.MS. Dsird at Mi ford Sound, aeßman Div>d Sm h disappoared aßd wsa supposed to have deaurted by nwimmlog athore. He was arrested by Oooetablo Jojoa In a hut a Otabu station, Waba, on SnnrUy night, and brought to town. P-mlth etiyed at the Sounds for lome tine af:er hla desertion, at>d then made bis way across to Tb Aoau, and thence oouthwirJ, He admits that be is the man wanted.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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