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: ,-Auckland, April 23.. A four-roomed cottage at Mount Eden, owned and occupied by William Savage, has been burnt. The furniture was insured for' £100 and the house for £80 in the Royal office. The' fire was purely accidental. ' ,

It is probable that Mr W. A. Murray, who was for- eleven years member for Bruce, will.stand at the coming election for Waikato, if Mr Bruce should not come out for that seat, which includes the greater part of the wiped-but electorate of Waip^.' •■• .. • ' "

A case of spotted typhus fever has been admitted to the hospital: The sister of the patient died from fever last week.

; Wellington,- April 23; , Mr G. B. Davy, district land registrar, and formerly District Judge for Wellington and Wairarapa, has been appointed arbitrator by the Trades and , Labor Council in the Woollen Company's dispute. No witnesses presented thdfaselves for examination before the Sweating Commission this morning. '..,..-' '

It is understood that at the annual meeting of the Colonial Insurance Com pany on the 14th ... proximate,;, .the Directors will recommend the payment of 10 per cent dividend.

A rumor is current that Mr J. H. Richardson, Secretary and Accountant of the Government Life Insurance Department, is to succeed Mr Frankland, but the Premier states that the question of his successor has not yet been been discussed and that the Cabinet will be called together at an early date consider the 'matter. *i: • : " ..' :'' „ ■'-. , ' JtJis-probable that'-the Sweating .Com-, mission will conclude its sittings here this evening. . "'?>j. Invercargill, April 23. Difficulties have frequently occurred here over arrests of defaulting bankrupts, criminals, etc., at the Bluff en route, .to Melbourne by police- i->v"t'"i!ofr? ir>liio i«<7™--mation. The lafce l!i <.• ■ Moi iive used invariably to decline to remand arid discharged when persons arrested without warrant were brought before " him. Josiah • White was brought up yesterday, two lawyers jappearing and asking for his discharge on the ground that he had been arrested illegally without warrant. Fortunately the police came into possession of a warrant from Christchurch before the Court sat, and Sergeant McDonald tapped his man on the shoulder and made a formal/arrest under it. Judge Rawsori stated rthat the proper coursd to pursue when the police received telegraphic intimation .that a warrant had been issued against' anyone elsewhere "was to lay an information that they had' reason" to believe that so-and-so committed such-and-such an offence. - Upon that sworn information they could obtain a wan-ant from a local magistrate; upon this warrant the accused detained and brought up, and if the other warrant arrived in the meantime no difficulty would arise. The bankrupt, White, was remanded to Christchurch to appear there on Friday.

Invercargill, April 23. f A reported good gold prospect has been' 'oMji'iiw? ''li the main land near Preserva■'■M 111:. ..he scene of the present field. It is intended to give the three survivors of the barque Eimlie a kit costing £15 each, a donation of a few pounds apiece, and if possible to find them berths when able to resume duty.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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