J>ER PRESS ASSOCIATION.]
Auckland, May 12. Another accident in the football field has to be reported, a lad named Leo Kilfoyle having broken his arm in two places whilst playing in a match. The public canvas in aid of the proposed school for the blind is still vigorously conducted by Mr John Abbott, who has now collected £456. He hopes to raise £500 and with this sum and the Jubilee surplus the establishment of the school may be regarded as assured. Dunedin, May 12. In the case of Morden who received four months' imprisonment for illegal trespass, the Minister of Justice has telegraphed fco the convicting Magistrate for a report. ' This was forwarded to-day by the Magistrate (Mr John Logan), who detailed the circumstances of the case, and recommended that the term of im-
prisonmenfc be reduced to one week on account of certain statements favorable 1/1 tc Morden which were not adduced at the Wai having reached Wua#
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2428, 13 May 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2428, 13 May 1890
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