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INTERPROVINCIAL.

[fER PRBSS ASSOCIATION.]

; Auckland, June 6.;" Some Natives blocked the 7main channel at the second outlet of the Rotorua Lake, but Mr Blyth and a party swept away the obstruction. ■;■ .. •'■ ' . sU'i-.u i rr;^

The Rodney County Council propose to establish branches-of the' Railway •Reform League throughout that district.' .. . The half yearly report of the Industrial and Provident Society shows a in hand of £668. - —

The Gospel Temperance Mission iintend: to forward a petition to the Queen of Kara* toriga, requesting that she:will' not;grant the application of those who are endeavor- ;,- ing to obtain the power to sell intoxicating liquor in that island. .' >i'£ JGisbobnb, June;6.J'

The decision of the Waiparoa Native , Land Commission resulted in: • "anything but an amicable understanding between the contesting Natives; on, the coast, ,the, unsuccessful" party sHowfag^aggressive 1.. action towards their opponents. A rupture was prevented^ by th«£~police, who acted as peacemaker*. — • i ,'•■.'ii /;■> V- W^LUNG>roif,^Jiineii^/"v = In Chambers Mr Rv B. "Williams^'Jß.A..J of Yale University and formerly a member of the Fist Jubilee Singers,! was admitted as a barrister and solicitor;^ .'

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• •: /June] 6.

' At;a sitting ; of ,the Court to-day, Mr Carew refusedseveral applications for water-rights at Coal Island, sayingat.presentno water ( .was,available for a large nuniberof ,the nunerSt'/aiul--^ rights were restricted' to the present applications/there would only be room,for a small number of men, / . { I' Bishop Neville has replied tp'sie letter sof the vestry of St. John's, =Rbslyn, in which he states that as„ they, appear to deny his authority it is manifestly out of the question to do,, more than acknowledge the-receipt'of their communication, without any more^admifl^ion as ,to, the truth of its allegations than as to theicqr-ij ,rectness ,of;therlaw. < they had presumed<to lay dowru THe ! looks for| the .respectful submission "of all 'who desire to; be fellow workers wit hj him to the decision given.. > At a, jneetu^/pf,the,l^tecti6n/^ie^ne r it was announced ttiatthe annual congress of th^league \nU,takej)laceon^the 14%, t and' following "days. 1 ft was resolved to,; aupportjbhe^early dosing movement. '*■' Jl"

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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