(PER PKESS ASSOCIATION;) Auckland, August 23 Adam Inybourne, merchant, has filed a petition m baukruptoy. He attributes Ilia fallow to depression la trads. and ill health. Liabilities, sacurel, £5757 Oa 2•; va'ua of sacarftiPß, £4407 12a 3d ; defio eaoy, £1349 7* Hi Liabilities noseiurod, £12,484 4 H ; sod rent, £130 ; total liabilities, £13,963 12i. Ttia assets aio estimated at £9702 14j lOd, Tho annual presentation of dlplouns In connection with the New Z aland Uni. varsity was made to-day by Professor Brown aotlng as the Chancellor's delegate. Certificates of decrees were presented as foilow-3 :- Bachelor of Acts, Misses Edith M. Adams, M«y L, Hill, L. Durrlen and Mary M. Sinclair ; Meaara T. H- Green, H. Mason, and H. Shrewsbury ; Master o! Arts, Mp SinoJa'r G.lMeB. Addresses were dahvered by Professor Brown, Blihop Oowie and Professor Aldls. A number of N>-t yes who have j as t been roleared from gaol are oausing some anxiety In the Upper Waihoa dfat let by the practice of Hau-Haa worship. Toey have iasaed a proclamation, saying that they would destroy over a bandrd horses and o»tt'e which are at large on tho Waihoa fl t Inspector McGhvern has informed them that If they carry oat thti threat they will be proaeonted. The bootmakers' dispute was settled to-night at a meeting of the Boot maker a 1 Union, when it was resolved to reinstate Strong as a member of the Union, whilst MoArthu? and Oompany, through fcheic representative, Jamieson, agreed to take baik two men who had been discharged from their employment. Timaot, August 22. An enquiry waß held this afternoon Into the fire whloh oeoorred on Wednesday last In a five-rooms ci ootfcage off Beach road, occupied as a workshop and store room by one Clancy. The stock waa insured m the North British and Meroantlle offije for £268, and the house foe £200 m the National. From the ovldenco (ed is appeared the house hid been on fir* m two plaoes, one at the baok, the other In the front room. In the latter | two boxes were found partly filled with paper, whloh w*s mooh burnt, and the laslde of the boxes ohsrrad. The pol'a* were of opinion that the front fire started In then a boxes. The owner Olanoy was m Daoedin at the time of the fire, and no one was left la the cottage. The jury returned a verdict tbat there was notbing to show the origin of the fire, bat tbsrt there were very sa3p r olou3 olroumstances In oonncotion with it. ' Dunedin, August 23. At a meeting of the committee of tho Chamber of Oommeroe it wts definitely deoided to hold a commercial aongress la Dunedin about the end of January, anii a committee was appointed to make arrangements. The qoeßtlon of an uniform Australasian tariff was deferred till tho oougreas met.
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