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Amateur Athletic Association. Auckland, Soptember 24It waedeolded at the twelfth annual meeting of the Aockland Amateur Athletic sod Oyollng lisoolatlon last night, to join the New 2£aaland Amateur Aihletio Association. The Aockland Oiab Wai the only one not affiliated. A Libel Action. New Plymouth, September 24. In the libel aotlon brought by Mjnott •gainst the "Taranakl Herald" Mr B>mnel has today filed a statement of defer 09 on behalf of the proprietors and publisher. Tho defendants admit he publication of a report of certain proceedings In the Houee of Representatives and •ay it was a fair and accurate report and was pnblithed without malice and for the public bent fit. The GaJrloch The GaJrlooh came hS the bank In tbe Waltark' Blver last everting, and Is nnlnjured. Sfio leayes'for Wellington via Wangauu! this evening. Fire Waipawa, Bep» ember 24. The Ormondville hotel was burned down last night. Fortunately there was no wind, and the stores adjoining escaped. The hotel had just changed baodi. Tbe Insurances are not known here. Wesleyan Church. Aklsoh, Sepi ember 24, The foundation store of the new WesleyeriOhurob, will be 1 laid this afternoon' by His Excellency the Governor with great ceremony, *Th,e Olty Rifles wilt farnfeh a guard of honor. FiwiGeying a Neighbor, Timabu, September 24. V 7. Powell, cabluet- maker, has been sentenced to 28 days' hard labor for stealing fire- wood from a neighboring baker. He bad been long Busp.c'.ed ar.d often watched end had been w*tued, when he replied- tint lbs pnitae were not smart epftagh \o oat oh Jilui.' Sergeant Living ■tone Otnght him In the act at 4.30 a.m., •ad the foregoing Is the result. Tribute on Stranded Whole*:,
InvbeoabgilLj September 24. A meeting of natlvea of Shetland and otberi wpks held latt uight at North InTf ro»f|lil, to Milifc tbt oroften who tefaie $9 ?»7 tfltoti fDQDtj to Und owanr Ip
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 22358, 24 September 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 22358, 24 September 1889
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