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INTERPROVINCIAL.

[PEII PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

Auckland, June 15. " The \ Mariposa which arrived to-day from Sydney has on board six thoroughbred blood mared, purchased in Australia by Mr Thos. B. Merry, foe Mr L. J. Rose, of Los Angelds, California..: They are Rose of California, Princess Royal; Gadara, Harmony, Bessie, and the Auckr land-bred mare Ricochet, by Mnsket— Eugenic. ■■•, •" ; '•". : ' I \- \.' Wellington, June 14. The deputation--of the Railway Eml ployees'f Society waits on the Com; missioners at 11 a.m. on Monday. It is quite* possible the business will not be settled in one day. * Wellington, June 15. R.M.S. Doric arrived at Plymouth on Sunday last, after a passage of thirtyeight days from Lyttelton. In the Supreme Court James Jansen, charged with the larceny of a number of -gold, silver, and bronze coins, was acquitted after a trial lasting over three days. Three important despatches from the Queen of Raratonga for the Governor of New Zealand,. the High Commissioner of the Western Pacific, and her Majesty, Queen Victoria, relating to the management of the affairs of the Herve'y Group, have come by the Torea from Raratonga. Nelson, June 14. Members of the Waimea Road Board have received a lawyer's letter, issued under instructions from the AuditorGeneral, demanding from each member £15, being total amount c"rawn by all the members as travelling expenses. Hokitika, June 14. The schooner Isabella Anderson floated off the bank this morning, and was brought alongside the wharf. She has sustained very little damage. About a third of the cargo was jettisoned. , Dunedin, June 14. John Sinclair, painter, who fell from a ladder at Gillies' furniture warehouse' yesterday, died from a fractured skull. . Invercakgill, June 14. Mr Cowan, member for Hokonui, addressed his constituents at Winton last night. A motion was carried thanking him for past services, and expressing recjret that owing to the reduction of members, Hokonui district was abolished.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890

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