(3BR PREB3 ASSOOIATIOS.) Auckland, August 19. The Anokland University College Oounoll have pasted a motion cf condolence with the relatives of the late Judge Gillies. la regard to the appeal case, Hosklngs v Caledonian Gold Mining Company, Ma Ohlef Jastloe Freodeigast has decided that a trlbnter Is a person employed m a mine within the meaning of the Aot, this being the point raised at the ontset, and a farther hearing of the appeal has been fixed for Wednesday week. Masterton, Angaat 19. The football matoh between the Native team and Walracapa was played at Mosterton this afternoon, and after an Qxoltlng game was won by the former by 2 gaols and 4 tries to 2 goals and two trleß. Wellington, August 19 Mr Jastloe Oonolly will be sworn m at Nelson on Friday next before Mr Justloe R'ohtnond, when en route to Anokland. Mr John Blaokett represents New Zealand at the Railway Congress, In Paris — not Mr Maxwell as stated m • recent oable. Communication with Sydney Is restored, Mr Hannay, one of the Railway Oommlsalonen, leaves for the south to-day to review the general arrangements of the railways between Ohrlstohoroh and Inveroarglll. Out of fclx ch>f pilots at Wellington, Slmms is the fourth who was drowned j Captain Douthewey broke his neok riding to the Pilot Station, and the sixth, Capt Holmes, is the only one left alive. Nelson, August 19 Mr Alfred Saundera, M.H.R., addressed a meeting this evening, at whlob not more than twenty Were present. He spoke at leogth on the question of j woman's suffrage and also on the Hare system. After giving his views on many political questions of the day, he received a vote of tbacksfor his address. BLENHEIM, AugUSt 19. The Interprovlnolal matoh wis played to-day between representative teams of Hawke'a Bay and Marlborougb, In the presence cf a large oonoourse of people, about twelve bnndred being present. The play was uninteresting, and resulted In a win . for Marlborooßh by four points (a goal and a try) to nil Wesi*ori, August 19 The ooal export last week was 3637 tons. DONKDIIf, AugCßt 19 Mr James Bhand's Abbotsford Estate, Talerl, containing 1198 acre*, was sold by anotion to-day to Mr W. Patriok for £26,250. This does not tnolude implements or stock. The Tallorergjs' Union tonnighyieelded to send the "Log " s^epared by* hem to the clothing manufacturers and shirt maker n, with a request that they should bring up any objeotion to It by Saturday. The question of the use of unformented nine at the Communion table Is oau&tng somo agitation at Ravonabourno Presbyterian Church. Jo May last year some of tho Qommunlcants found that unfermented wine was bolng used, and complained to the Kirk Session, who refused to use fermented wine. Out of respeot to the pistor, Mr Kolly, nothing was done ; but bow that the charga Is vacant those opposed to i\nfoirmeuted vine threaten to prevent an appointment batftg made onless their wfshes are *egar>ja#. Probably the matter will oome Wurp the Presbytery,
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