[per vkess association.]
'Auckland^ June; 9.
At a meeting at Wade, held to consider the codlin moth pest, it was Recommended that a fine be inflicted on sellers of-worm eaten fruit, and that a qualification for. inspector under the' Act - should •be that the person holding the appointment should have had the management of 200 trees for ten years or more. -'.<■■ : ii-j-ta 1 • Wellington, June 9. The Coptic brought about ~700 - tons. of material for the Midland Railway Compruy, which is now being transhipped to the West -Coast; [!\ ~| At' Petone, on Saturday, during the football match , between. Wellington and Epuni,* Welford, captain^of tie latter, had a leg broken. ' - - •!' " : JOuNJED^JuncP. The aft gaH3ry, in with/the Exhibition Jwas sold to-day f6r £1250, and will be used.as a grain store, , '„ ; ■ The actioWiwhich was' commenced in c'onnfectibn with letting'the Gi^y Hallfor , a Sunday concert, pn .th^ visit' 'of the' Opera Company recently' Has been withdrawn,, the owner of the hall stating that he will not let it «gain. ;i] ■ ' InVercargill, June 9. The police have- received information that Robert Dalrymple, a schoolmaster at Garston, committed suicide.* olNo' particulars are given." Dalrymple BMd been a teacher at Garstpn for a long time. Mr J. G. Ward- M.H.R;; delivered an address on federation to-night to,his constiruents, speaking ;strdngly/in: favor of y the movement and of New Zealand joining in.. .._" ", . .. , (
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 10 June 1890
INTERPROVICNIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 10 June 1890
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