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INTERPROVINCI AL.

[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.*] 5V? i

Wellington, April 2.

At the Magistrate's Court this aiterngpn, Charles Cunningham was committed for trial on a charge of stabbing ills wife. . 0 Kelson, April 2. The Bishop of Nelson has been viiianimously re-elected Chairman of the Education Board. He leaves for Ohristchuroh to-morrow. ; > •y^y^ ■'■■" AtdKIAND^ AJMSUI?' ! A little girl named Norton, three years of age, has been scalded to death ufo the Hukerenui settlement by falling into some boiling water. ■<:> ,*£ -'•-•.-.-JA man named Williamson, employed at Onehunga Ironworks,; was engaged in making bar iron, and ijfeijig \,unable' from some cause to get ou£ tfctfwymy, a^ono ■of the bars was' passing I"'through* the machine, the iron, white heated, from; the furnace went through his, thigh* the unfortunate man in a shockingmanher. Blenheim, April 2. ; Thq police to-day prosecuted, ,a-jwoman freeholder f for -vagrancy ahd^Keeping. a disorderly house. The Justices held that vagrancywas proved-,on the ground that prostitution was an unlawful means of support,, and held.that > the:«eco»d^charge was also pioved, the house being shown torbe the resort" of thieves,'etc^i^The Bench sentenced her to one month on each charge, to be concurrent. At the request of counsel the Bench made the term a month and a day'togtve the right of appeal.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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