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[pEk'p»E^s Asa66u!ttovi\. , : Napibb, June 30. Referring to the opening of a Lodge under the Orient of France, the "Telegraph" speaks of it as a Masonic calami^

and is-Inclined to blame the Governor for the occurrence. Had his Excellency acted as did Lord Carrington there would have been complete unity and no room for the Grand Orient. Wangajjui, June 30. Kaiwhare, a Native, was charged with murdering his wife, up the Waitotora river. He was committed, on Saturday, for manslaughter. Bail was allowed, Woodville, June 30. A man named Fred Knighfc died suddenly, at Pahiatua on Saturday night. The cause is unknown. Wellington, June 30. The new regulation, compelling paßsenger steamers to carry increased boat accommodation and other life saving appliances, will come into force on the Ist September. It is understood that the Union Company will provide their vessels with the new kind of raft, known as the life saving raft. The Onslow Licensing Committee today refused to grant a license for a new house m their district. Christchurch, June 30. Considerable interest was manifested here over the expected return of Sullivan aUaa Clampett. The following letter appeared m to-night's " Star " :—To the Editor. Sir, —On behalf of the syndicate who intend supporting Mr Clampett, I may say it will be only on purely secular lues. I »m, etc., Thomas W. Plaisted. The letter from Sullivan to a lady m the colony is published m it, and expresses penitence for his '' fall," and says he must have been drunk when he had an interview with the Auckland " Star" reporter, to whom he admitted being a ''big fraud'," as he does not remember any thing about it. Wbstport, June 30. Two engines collided on the railway at Waimangaroa this morning, but nobody was hurt. The stock was damaged. Dunedin, June 30. Patrick Hynes, a miner, was found dead m his claim at Waipori on Saturday. There were no marks of violence on the » body. The Judge delivered judgment m James McDonald's case, completely exonerating the Official Assignee from all charges. Mrs Eliza Pewter, an aged woman, who fell m the street breaking her leg, died from the shock to her system.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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