LPEB,PEESB ASSOCIATION.J : ■ • Auckland, May 5. James Garland a member of the Native Rose football team has had his leg broken in two places by a kick from another player. Both were kicking at the ball at the same time when the accident occurred. It is blowing freshly from the northward with steady rain, and it is believed that the Hinemoa with Lady Onslow on board has taken shelter at the Barrier or on» the coast. . Captain Savill, the Governor's A.D.C, leaves for Japan by the Waihora tomorrow. He hopes to return to New Zealand:'''"" '""' There are a large number of cases of influenza or la grippe in Auckland. Yesterday the clergyman and organist were both unexpectedly absent from Epiphany Church, and the congregation carried on the service themselves. Addressing constituents on .Saturday .night, Mx, Frank Lawry,' M.H.R., said that he was, convinced there is not a man in the Civil' Service at Wellington who does not, earn his salary, but he is .also convinced -that work is made for officials owing %ip the complex ajicL,. expensive system of government:"' He received a vote of thanks/ ...,,,,..,., Wellington, May 5. , The Toll ' Gate , question , has been ventilated.in the Appeal Court this afternoon,' wlien the point was argued whether the Hutfr County Council had any. right to erectr.toll gates and collect tolls. The Bench decided against the Council.. A'full Cabinet meeting was held to-day, when various measures to be submitted to 1 Parliament 'were discussed. The Postal reductions^ ■ proposed,' by the Imperial Government, were also considered. , The members of the Cabinet' expressed the opinion;that the question was one for Parliameht.,to decide ;. but in view of the h«av,y Ids*-which would result 'to; the Colony by adopting the proposals, the, Cabinet^ecideii.^hat it could.not recom-me'ud-Parliament to accept them. Th,e .land taken up in the Colony during "April was^—cash land, 7948 acres; deferred.payment^ 4585 acres ;, perpetual lease, 27,937 acres'—total 40,470 acres. > \, %i ,';». .' . .' Nelson,, May 5.. The cable steamer Scotia arrived at the outer anchorage 1 this morning, took the pilot on board, and steamed for Wakapuaka. '
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INTERPROVEVCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890
INTERPROVEVCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890
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