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AtX'KLANfc, July 11. The Northern Steamship Company have purchased the two , steamers running in opposition to their boats in the Thames trade, the Rotomahana and Enterprise. The inmates of the refuges were removed to-day to their new residence, the Costley Home for the aged poor at Epsom. The funeral of the late Dr McDonald was held, to-day, and attended by a large number of people. The man Frederick Frown, arrested on a charge of garroting a Chinaman, Ah Ohee, has been committed for trial. Gisborne, July 11. A man named Streeter has been missing from Whatatu for several weeks, and there are suspicions of foul play. A poll has been carried to raise a loan of £4500, to build a bridge at KaituaLatu. Napibr, July 11. Charles James McDonald, recently charged at Wanganul with offering for Bale indecent pictures, and who was dis- " missed, was to-day, on a similar charge, sentenced to four months. Weujngton, July 11. The Marine Department have received a cable from the Home Board of Trade stating that the coming into operation of the new regulations respecting life-saving appliances have been postponed until Ist November next, and the Department therefore proposes to postpone their coming into force in New Zealand until that date. Weutport, July 11. A fatal accident occurred at the granite quarry. Cape Foulwind, to-day, John Dempsey, a workman, being crushed by ft large stone, which fell from the face. He was killed instantly. The inquest will be held to-merrow. An enquiry is being held here into the recent railway accident at Waimangaroa. (Jhristchurch, July 11. Frederick Clapliam was committed for trial to-day,on two charges of forgery. Dukbwn, July 11. A private cablegram received in this city reports that the .affairs of the Bank of New Zealand have been satisfactorily arranged at Home. The Shop Assistants Union'condemn tfc^terms of ; Joyce's Eight .Hours' JJjJI,

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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