ip , i i ■ m [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] 'Auckland, July 6. A man iranied Alfred Hall, who escaped from Mount Eden (Jaol, but. was recap* tured shortly afterwards,' was sentenced at the Police Court to three months>imprisonment, to be undergone at thel'expiration of the term he is now serving; Chkistchukch, July 6. The Canterbury members of the amateur athletic team which visited Sydney were entertained on Saturday night at a hugely attended smoke concert. Last night a woman named Kennedy assaulted a man named John Bisk, who lodged with her, and inflicted five wounds on his head with a poker. He is ■•in the hospital in a precarious .state. The woman was arrested, and says that he gave her gross provocation. Invercargiix, July 6. A movement is on foot to get- tht Forest Hill Tramway converted into a railway in view of the impetus it would give, to settlement and coal mining ;inclustry. . . • • ' The supply of winter feed for stock is exceedingly plentiful. The turnip crops are the best ever obtained, and ther» is no likelihood of of shortnew before spring feed comes on. A considerable quantity of oats remain .unshrashed, and are in many cases, being used to fatten sheep, t and at ruling prices the new deparftirq promises to be ttuocessfui, ■ —
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890
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