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Auckland, Feptomber 18 Oaptaln Pye, Bruoe Annesloy, and the six oosmoo of the wreoked ship Garston, left for Sydney to-day by the Taiawera. A snm of money raised by subscription amongst shipping pooplo was presented to thn captain.
Further orders have been reaelved here by cable for considerable quantities of fl»x for London and New York.
JMELBON, September 18. His Eroellenoy tbo Governor lays the foundation stone of the new Wealeyan Ohuroh on Tuesday. Mr Goad's temperance mission Is proving highly successful.
Dunedin, September 18. As tho Polloe Oourt to-day one of the drivers of Young's Palace oars was oharged on information wlrh using a oar for the oonveyanoe of passengers having tbe goago of all Its wheals nearly corresponding wl h the gnage of tha tramway rails. As this was one of a series of Informations, the case was adjourned 00 tho defendant undertaking not to use the rails until the case was deolded.
At a mooting of the subscribers to the Msoa-idrow memorial fund It was decided to devote £50 of the sum remaining available, £236, to the erection of a monument over the lato Mr Maoaodrow's grave, and allocate tho balance to tho ereotlon of a fountain or oihor suitable memorial In the olty.
A photograph of Arthur Olampotr, or Q. T. Sullivan, about whose identity tho Christian Ministers' Association In ohriß(ohoroh ban been exercised, was rhown to Mr W. Runolman, who was at onetime a resident of Waterford, whore be was acquainted with the Olampett family. It is gome yeara slnoa Mr Runolman saw Arthur Olampett, but he picked the photograph out from four or five others and said (t was like Olampett, especially about the eyes and forehead, and ho was partaln It was Olampett, th mgh he would not positively swear to It. He says Olampett bad what Is oalled a "oowliok " m his hair above tbe fore - bead, but was an athlete he wore a hat when the photograph was taken, and this oould not be seen. He also says Olampett was an alto stager as a boy In Waterford Cathedral, and afterwards' beoame a poworful bats, but without muoh ear for music
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