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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

(rittt PRBS3 -^SSOOIATION )

Auckland, Au^nst 7

An application was msdo at tho P.ilio. Court to-day f.>r tbe la>ue of an order, prohibiting the supply of t'ooholio liquor to A. X Gcoenway, a young m»n who reosnUy oma Into a largo foetune upon the death of Y\s father. Groenwcy'n caak> woa adjourned; At the Polios Court to-day, a oh*rgt waa Leird sgslnst J. G. Porry, a oouniry settlor, Oi crue'ty to aDimal°» Tha c\ldaoce showed that aixiy [jiga hai bacn paokod, aooie oa the top of ot';eiß, m 0 oafctla uack, to bo sent 120 rnl!e» by rail. When U)8 trnck was unl.7ft(.lerJ, 'WO n(«ht | 5 and a d»y nftarwivd?, thirteen tf t'ae pig' •vcrd do-id and m a ver? bid etatr. It wa» 0 ntondod that tie off.)nco was oommhLod through un ovoraigiit. A Gne of 4)d enu oosta wailmpn'^d.

OoßiSTonjjaoH, August 7

At tho & tfl. Court 1 his morning Soarlott, Standard browetF, was oW^ed, on tbe Infortatvtion of M.t R)se, Oollcornr of Ou3touae,wlth bronohea of the Boor Daty Aot. Tbero ware forty-aix informations laid, bat by consent three only taken to-day, the reminder being reserved. Tha firat charge of Beading out certain sinks without entering them la the brewery books is sill bslng gone iato. DUKBDIN, August 7

In the Supreme Court Guthrle, a shipping agent, euad Lsng, shipowner, for libsl arising out of the uaa of uhnderoua vorda. Tho jury found for plaint ff for 0 farthing damages, cons'darlug Ms reputation hid notbaon damaged by the olander.

At a mooting of the members of th* Ohuroh of Eugland to form a Chinch ludtltnte, a Committee was appointed to consider and report as to the baat means 0 bu t&k»n to establish a Theological College and Library. Blahop Neville wab thanked for his past exertions da ing his rncent vlalt Home. He oolljotedl over £3000 for a Thenlofirioii College, of which :u has expended £1100 In the purchase of a 'ioubß and land, wbtoh Is not yet free, £2000 ia going to the endowment of t> tutorship. H-3 waa also presented with a library, on condition that it was s«f sly housed, and tiamed after the hnabaod of the lady who m<ulfl tbe gift. The Bishop reqolrta now about £500.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2194, 8 August 1889

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