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, Auckland, May 13;. * A second shipment of frozen fish fr.om bhis colony to New South Wales was made to-day. The consignment was about twenty tons and about half of ,it is from Auckland. *

Wellington, May 13

In the Appeal Court this afternoon, the argument in the Te Kooti case was concluded, their Honors reserving judgment. :' The Hiitt County Council have struck a rates , of in the £ to supply the deficiency in the' county income caused by the abolition of toll gates. The Agent-General will represent New Zealand at the Telegraph Conference at Paris.

The Scotia wont out this morning to pick up the cable, the weather having cleared.

Blenheim, May 13,

An adopted child, five weeks old, the daughter of a woman named Henderson, Wellington, died at Picton on Saturday from emaciation. It had a day or two before been sent to Piclon in care of the stewardess of the steamer, and though, carefully nourished died as above. At tlia inquest _ a verdict ( of ," Death from natural causes " was- returned.' The' juiy censured the persons w.ho sent it over in such a condition.

Nelson, May 13.

Last night a man named Robt. Gross, a resident of Motueka, when passing the Post Office there fell, and before he could be carried home expired. The cause was heart disease.

A considerable quantity of hops is being shipped from here

k , J Duwedin, May 13. The Art J Gallery Committee have resolved to purchase a third picture, entitled "Kirkwall, Orkney." The subscriptions now amount to ciose upon £500. Two interesting cases will be heard in the Supreme Court next week. One is an action for divorce, the petitioner being the daughter of a well-known citizen. The parties, it is stated, have only been married a few months. In the other action £500 is claimed for breach of promise of marriage and seduction. The defendant is a sebtler at Gore, where the plaintiff was employed as a milliner.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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