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Customs and Beer Duty. Wellington, Sapumbey 2 The Custom, revenue fov the month of August amounted to £142,686, against £136 625 for tbe same month last year. and £126,015 for July last. Following are the amounts derived from the prlnolpsl ports :— Auckland, £37,674 ; Wfllfngton, £23,560: Ohrlstohuroh , £23,100: DuoediD, £38,692 The beer duty for August was £4096, against £3623 for the same month last year. Auokland contributed £856, Welllneton £494, Ohrlstohuroh £949. Danedin £852,
_ Lord Cranley. information bas been recelvsd from Nelson that Lord Oranley Is not so well again, and His Exoelle.cy the Governor leaves to day for Nelson.
Sudden Death. Dunxdin, September 2 Mrs Stewart died suddenly at St. Kllda on Saturday. She had an apoplectic fit while feeding fowls.
T . Edfcatjpna} Appo'ntments. The Eduoatlonal In.titute has taken no the cudgels on behalf of Mr White, ani oarried a strong resolution m whioh they traverse the Board's action m oondemnlna nun without a hearing. ■ .'-'
*». Th | C i.y. L . icen, l I . n * Benob - to-day granted the Exhibition lioanse, there belna no opposition. B
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAM., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2215, 2 September 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAM. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2215, 2 September 1889
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