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Waipawa, September 10. \ A meeting of ihe Waipawtt County Jockey Club last night determined to ' resist the arbitrary action of the Metro- [ politan Olnba, and to oornbine all Country 1 Clubs in an Association to run against the 1 Metropolitan Clubs, and to induce others 1 to do the Bame. It is anticipated that tha 1 Association will become very powerful, 1 and that all oonntry Bupport be with--1 drawn from the Hawke's Bsy Olub. The , Waioawa Olub espaoially resect 3 the aotton of the Metropolitan Clubs, because the former is an old eaiablfahed Olub, its object being to promote good racing. It has a fine coarse, good buildings, and aR the money goes in sport, Wellington, September 10 It Is stated that the plate tiff's cut In the llhel action. Bell v Jelllcoe, amounted to £250, and that that amount his bsen paid over. Mr Hamlln wafted on the Minister of Defenoe to-day with reference to the suggestion that competitors at the Dunedto meeting ehould reoelve Martini-Henrys free of cose on their companies besoming responsible. No definite answer was re* oelved, but It id hollered that the sugges* tfoTi will be acted upon The first of oeven Informations against W. B. Bannister, formerly a olerk In the Money Order Department of the General Pont Office, oharglng him with appropriating to his own use various sums of money, amounting in all to £52 s j, was heard at the Magistrate's Court this afternoon, The firat charge was of feloniously loaning In July, 1887, »t Wellington. » Post Offioe order for £10, and evidence showed that the offence was committed la connection with a Poet Office order which had been Issued at Wellington on Sydney, and returned here at the 'expiration of its months, not having been claimed. Th» aocueed was oommitted for trial, the other ohargoa being remanded until Monday, GaswpuTH, September 10. A private telegram this eveniag from Wellington etutea that an agreement has b,aeu signed by the Point Elizabeth Coal Company and the Goal Greek Goal Company to moke a coal railway between Greymouth ond Seven Mile Greek conJointly, bq as to eerve both companies. Tenders will shortly be called for tha fornca lon of the Una. All the surveys and plans have been completed some time. Dunbdin, September 10. The football match between Otago and Auckland resulted in a drawn game, eaoh ! side scoring a goal.

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INTERPROVINGFAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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INTERPROVINGFAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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