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Auckland ltrmi, Auckland, Juno 30. ] A' coastal Seamen's Union has been! formed, under the auspices of the Knights} of Labor. <» Mesdames Tobin and Miller had drinks! together in the Captain Cook Hotel on; I Saturday night, and,. after leaving, Mrs; Miller said she felt dizzy and^ fell, down,* and has since died. In discharging John Moginie, a; bankrupt, this morning, Mr Justice' Connolly made some severe remarks on the bankruptcy of persons whose business was speculation in mines. He would' always be inclined to withhold the discharge of such, if there were any opposition to the applications.

A telegram from Whangarei relative to the first Puhipuhi crushing, says the general stuff from the Prospectors is giving 62ozs to the ton, and shareholders are well satisfied. Scrip, which lias been selling at 2s, is now worth ss. Taking shares all round on the field, they have doubled in value within the last fortnight. A. J*olle« Conntabln Chwrg-ad with , Vat jury; John Gillespie, .police constable at Manaia, was charged this morning at the Police Court with havirig committed i perjury at the last sitting of the Supreme Court here, when giving evidence for defendants in the civil action O'Key v Fitzpatrick. The case was adjourned for a week and will be heard at Stratford.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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