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Auckland, Auguit 14

.The Council of the Gospel Temperaro? M'.adon hwe adopted a petition reqaestfog Parliament not to make anv amandin nt or alteration in Sections 63 aud 7 > of the Lioanslng Act.

The barque Hollo, which is loading at Kslpara for London has » cargo oom prising 636,000 feet sawn and 30.000 foot baulk timber.

At the inquest on Johnston, who died suddenly at Kaukapakapa the jaey passed a rider expressing an opinion that hotelkespers ebouli be oarefol in the sale of lfqaor to persons who were known to be dranba?du.

Tno Rev G. H. S. Walpole, who ii leaving for Amorica, delivered a farewell address at a meeting of the Ohuroh of England Working Men's Scolety. He pointed oat how much the trne welfare of the futnre of the Oharoh depended upon the support piveu by working men.

Niisw, August 14. A man named Robert Darlson fuund • dynamite cap, and being Ignorant of what it woo, proceeded to a osrefal examination with a needle. The resulting explosion surprised him. It also blew away the top of ODe thumb and a finger. Ha was taken to the Bo?pttal, where en operation wao performed, the Bret joJni of the fioger and thomb boloi; removed.

Dunrdin, Aagcßt 14

Typhoid 1b reported in theuppor portion of the city, but there arc no dangerous oases.

Invekcabgill, August 14.

At the farewell meeting to-dty Principal Raioey was presanied with an elaborate alb am of New Z >«'and aoenery.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2200, 15 August 1889

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