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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[PER PKKS.S ASSOCIATION.]

The Tfc«MM»« Frand*.

Auckland, June 23.

Respecting the Thomas frauds, notified . -. by cable, the Directors of the Bank of, New Zealand say.th.it the loss to the . Bank will nofc be nearly so great as might bo supposed, as the Bank becomes entitled to securities valued at'sftrri'e'; thousands of ijounds, which will go in reduction of the Joint Stock Bank's claim. Evading- tbn B»»r I»n«7 i Auckland, 'June 23. . A Cussen and limes, brewers, of Hamil-^J ton and Cambridge, have been £50 eacj^H and costs for breaches of the llepr T>\dA^M Act. The plant was forfeited t°^^^H Crown. ' ■"' ■ A^^^^k A Jltob Amnar the B*»tM«k^^^^H The boot operatives at the -■f^^^^B factories received) the/advances of F<^^^| Saturday, for which they iha&pttovio^^^H applied. All the factories are very b^^^H and this.trade has not been so bride for^H longtime. r . -:-:. ■■> ,-*; -".;"- , A Bnlrldal WUmf., '". Wellington, June 23 Mr Carroll,' Secretwy of Chamber of Commerce, has received- ra- lotter from James Morrison and.Co., of London, stating they had ordered* a consignment of flax to be of a good quality, fhich on arriving did not even come up to " fair." They lost £200 by it, and are de^rmined to stop importing, and warn their friends against doing so.- They complain strongly of ' the behaviour of the exporters. Negotiations were .conducted tosough * Wellington firm. . -. .'.,..-[ Chribtchtjrch, June 23. ; The Canterbury 'Trades ahd;" Labor Council on Saturday adopted the suggestion to set apart October' 28th for a labor demonstration.

«<krla(cUnrch Opt>ratlr« Balcvrii • The operative bakers have approved of the ]>ropost'il to establish a co-operative bakery. -;,•:■. , .; <. y,■ •> '• ■ ,'Am Allfv«« Ellen Feeney, charged with bigamy, was remanded this morning to Dunedin.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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