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AUCKLAND, June 24. ! Arrived—Wainui, from, Samoa and! Tonga. She reports everything quiet in; the Islands. 1 ' The Australian., ,"Frigate; Tasmania, called at Apia on a cruise, and left on the 11th, June for,, Sydney and; Fiji. The German warship has left Samoa for Sydney and Germany, and will be succeeded by the Sperber now at Sydney, ; A telegram has, been ;received to-day from the new Puhipuhi silver field, stating that a, twenty foot reef was, discovered on Saturday, showing very rich silver right through. f; :, i (,' Jtttnkrnptrr of mon«.vX.en«ierft 'w<s? . t , D.UNEDiif, June 24. "~ Henry Benjamin "and Samuel, Jacobs, proprietor of the Ldridbn -Discount Coy., have filed a petition of bankruptcy. A separate petition has beenjfiled by Jacobs. ' Th« nnnedlu Vir« Mrig-u«l*i The Fire Brigade 1-Con:aittee iforu* mend the City Council, to disband the present paid lirigade and give the use of plant to any volunteer organisation that may be formed. • < . guprem* court. . . . - ' i , Invercabgill, June 24.. , Tlie June sittings of the Supreme Court was opened before Judge Williams tq-day. There are only two criminal cases, the lightest calendar for years. One: case is against a man for assaulting his father-in-law, and the.other case is one of larceny against two settlers, who it is alleged removed oats on which there was a lien. '' > ' •
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890
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