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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

fPRa PRESS ABSoo__.TlO_r.) The Insurance DisputeAuckland, August 5 Tbe dispute botween tbe manager of the Niw Zealand Insuranco Oompany m San Francisco end the Pacific Insurance TJnloD, with reference lo tho employment Dy the former of manager- of Amerioan Agoncies at Gx^d ealeriea ir-stead cf on oommi-ielon, was amicably arranged at a meeting on Saturday. A compromise mutually satlefaotory baa bern agreed to, the New Zealand officio bolnt* allowed to retain its pad manager st Los Angelos, and agreeing to withdraw its paid managers from tbo other places In dlrpute. Temperance Le:tt-rer. Among ihs passengers ty th© incoming 'Frisco mall steamer will bo Biohard Coad, lecturer of tbe United K'ngdom Allbnc?, under engagement to the New Zealand Alliance for a lootnrlng tonr m thiß Colony. The City Hall has been engaged for a week's mission, and thereafter ho wiil proceed sooth. Suicide. Wbllikotok, AcgustS At tho trqocst on Charles Hebbend, who was found dead on Saturday, tho verdict was suicide while In an unsound slate of mind, Ike Chemis CaseMr J.lllooe appears with a number of witnesses before tbe Governor this afternoon In support of tha application on Chemia' behalf. Ro lyn Tramway. Dunkdin, August 5 The Roslyn Tramway Company's annual report shows a credit balance of £1026. £200 will b.- paid off the ecoldent account mrd a dividend of five pec cent, paid. The traffio roiorns show a slight doorcase. RiTertort Hospital Invkrcarglli., _ ugu't 6, Tbe difficnliy le.vret-n the Southland Oharlta.lo Aid Biard and the Riverton Hospital Trustees continues. Notwithstanding that ths Ocmmfshlcn reoently appointed by tho G-ovor.mnnt rr<por>ed favorably on the requltlt'on of the trustees, no mftlntmanco has bern gr-n'ed for seven men'hs. Tbe Board hold., tbat tbe trustees are not legally elected. Tbe Native Football Team. The Maori footballors arrived at the Blcfi by the Rct.-mabana bat night. A large crowd gathered et the lovorcßrg'll railway station to meet them this morning but they did not come on by the first train. They p!»y a mitrh a, a'ns. a Southland team on Wednesday.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2191, 5 August 1889

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