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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

.— » • (Pa& Press Association.) Auckland, September 9. At «• meeting of Volunteers hold tonight at the drill ehed, the following motion wns agreei to :— " That thfe AuokInnd Volnnterra nro narprUod to he»r that the Government intend to iasue Martini' Heory r'flan on payment only, and consider that competitors at the Dunedin meeting ahonld recoivo rifles free of cont on their companies becoiaing responsible for the same, nn otherwise many of the regalar oomp'tt'ra will be prevented from taking part m the meeting." A oopy of this resolution Is to be sent to Major Hamlln, who ia to bo asked to bring it before tho Government. The steamer Alameda, whloh sailed for •Frifloo to-day, took £2500 worth of gold from Auckland, ahlppod for tho Bank of New Zealand at 'Frlsoo. The vessel alao had £330,000 worth from Sydnoy. Principal Rainy left for 'Frisco to-day, Gisborne, September 9 Beautiful weather (a being experienced, and this (■ a splandld lambing season. Napikr, September 9. The boy Hutton was brought up at the Resident Magistrate's Oourfc this morning, oharged with nnlnwfnlly wonnding, and was remanded umll next MoDday. The boy Blom (a still alive, though ia a critical condition: Wellington, September 9 Mr D. M. Luckle,Oommlssloneeofthe Government Insurance Department, is seriously Indisposed, The total number of Maaonlo Lodges whtoh have now declared m favor of tho United Grand Lodge movement is eighty, seven. Tho delegates meetoo Wednesday. Mr Fernandoß, fishmonger, Wellington, who has started a faotory for tinning whitebait at Weatport, will make the first shipment to Australia In about a fortnight. Mr Jelllcoe did not leave for Oamara this afternoon, and will not say whether he Intend* to contesk the seat or not« The %l Post," m announcing thq reQelpt of the writ for libel, st»t«s that th 3 affidavit whloh forms the subject of the action was printed m a Parliamentary paper, and Uid on the Üble of the Housq the njght before they publlaho^ It. Blenheim, SoptetnV/r 9. Mr T. H;irton, trading under the naiae of Fall, , Bcoa. and 00,, general merchants, has fiißd a petition m bankruptcy. It ia j stated that hia only oreditq? U the B»nk SSJSTn " " nd| t0 th 9 4ttM Qf 01088 u P° n Tae interprovlnoial football match, Walrarapa y Marlborough, was played thia aftoraoon In glorloui weathnr, I Q the presence of 800 apeotatora. Walrarapa won an exalting game by 7 points (two X •1b and ono try) to 3 (one goal) The Walrarapa goa's were Rained from tries, the local team's goal from a free kick.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2222, 10 September 1889

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