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(P«a Pr«Bs ABBoqiAUOlf .) AuoKtAifD, September 6 John Graham, for many years relieving officer m this dUttiot, died today of heart dUaftae. The Auckland City Oounoll have oasied a motion congratulating Admiral Fairfax on his appointment as Second Lord of the Admiralty, and stating that the residents of Auokland would retain a grateful re- ( membranoe of tb 9 Interest taken by him and Mrs Fairfax In the Institutions of this | olty, and returning thanks for the assistance rendered by them to oharltles aud to destitute persons. A verdict of accidental death was returned at the Inqueab upon the body of Mold, who was shot at Devonport. The charges of forgery and altering preferred against D. B, Orchard were beared at the Pollpe oourt, There were five oharges against the prisoner of having forged and uttered promissory notoa for a total sum of £160. Mr E. Cooper appearod for the prisoner who was committed for trial on all the information*. Ball was allowed to Orchard In his own anrety of £500 and two othero of £260 eaob. Nelson, September 6. A hoaHe at Wal-itl, the property of Mr Besley, but occupied by a oontraotec named Hood, latoly from the North Island, was burned to the ground last night. The house wnu left by the ooonpants for a qhort tlcqe nbw \t was seen to be In a bli_e. Hood lost all his furniture and £39 17b 61 Id money. There was no Insurance on the contents, but the building was Insured In the North German. Oamahu, September 6. An elderly man u&med John OruloksH«nk was arrested to day on % charge of orlmfnally assaulting a girl qndor twelve years of ago. Duijkdi^ Scptemhnr 6 A deputation from the Manufacturers Association waited on the Committee, and stated that It was Intended to hold a oongress of delegates from similar Associations In Australasia, to n^eat aboi^t the same time as the congress of Chambers of Onmnioroe, to discuss tho quostloq of lateroolonlal Freetiade. The deputation nuked that It be mentioned lv the Clpmbor'a circular calling the oommarolal oriusress. This wpp agreed to, and the circular |a to bn l«nna»! »t nnn».

Dbaf.— «A Person onred of Detfno-<8 and noises n the head of 23 yoara standing by a Simple Remedy, will und a description of it FBIB to vxy person who' applim to HIOHOLBOIt

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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