[per press association.] ! - \ *;Atjckla:nd, April 25.- , The chief Paul, of Orakei, is on a visit to Tawhiao at Mercer, where a large number of Natives are assembled. Napier, April 25. A- large' stained-glass window, presented by Mrs Stokes, in memory of the late Robert Stokes, M.L.C., has been put in the chancel of the Cathedral. It is the largest and finest window of the kind in the southern Colonies, covering five lancets. The middle one is 25ffc high. There are over two hundred figures in it. A young married woman named Pyke, given to intemperance, was to-day committed for trial for burglarious entrance. Mr Grundy, draper, having repeate.dly missed goods, set a watch. At three o'clock in the morning prisoner, dressed only in a night-dress, was found on the premises, having entered through a "window, the fastening of which she had managed to undo. Ohrkstchurch, April 25. It is arranged that the consecration of Archdeacon Julius as Bishop of Chrisfcchurch.shall take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday next, when the Primate will preach. He will be installed at 7.30 the same evening, and will preach. All the Bishops, except the Bishop of Auckland, ,are expected to be present. On Friday, Bishop and Mrs Julius will be entertained to luncheon in the Provincial Council Chambers. Archdeacon Julius is ex-! pected here on Tuesday night. i \ Dunedin, April 25. In view of the approaching election,.the Protection League is becoming active, and has arranged a series of meetings to form 1 branches in the suburbs. The first meet- [ ing was held to-night at Kaikorai, but was poorly attended. A branch was formed.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890
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