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INTERPROVINCIAL

Auckland, July 31

By the will of the late W. Gocdfellow, a settler who died recently, the whole of his property, valued at £30,000, is divided among his relatives m New Zealand.

The price of bread has been raised to 3d per 21b loaf, and t# storekeepers 2s 9d per dozen of twelve.

A Society called the Good Samaritans, established for the purpose of rescuing fallen women, thieves, etc., has been formed m Auckland.

The Crown' and Casnells' Company's battery at Karangahapa is m serious danger. It has slipped bodily several feet, and there is a probability of the structure falling into the creek. The directors m Glasgow have been cabled to on the subject. Wellington, July 31. The terms of the Extradition Treaty between France and England, according to a notice m the Gazette, have been extended to embrace Tunis.

A groom named Barker, who was injured by falling through a skylight m the Clarendon Hotel at Palmerston North, died last night.

Dr Grace and Mr Greenfield have sold the tramways to Mr A. Hall, of the West Coast of the South Island. He takes possession to-morrow, and will, it is understood, run them under Union rules. The tramways have cost m all £43,000, and though the price has not transpired, Mr Hall does not give anything like that sum. Included m the plant are 120 horses.

Nelson. July 31. At Richmond last night a preliminary meeting was held to form a Farmers' Cooperative Association. The matter was warmly taken up.

Dunedin, July 31. The Educational Institute carried a resolution urging the Minister to take steps to institute a Court of Appeal for Teachers.

iNVKRCARftILL, July 31. Jessie Gibbs, for sheep stealing (second charge), was committed for trial. Bail was refused.

John Hunter, charged with setting fire fco a house with intent to injure his wife, was remanded for a week.

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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