[fJBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.] ' Aqnatlc. Auckland, August 13. News has been received here from Sydney by Mr Gallacrher that Peter Kemp and James Stansbury will visit New Zealand on their way to America in about a fortnight. They will, if inducement offers, give exhibition races in this colony. Chung* of Venue. Gisbokne, August 13. Mr Justice Conolly intimated to the Supreme Gourt that, in the murder case, the venue had been changed to Auckland, and September 2nd fixed as the date of hearing. nitrgrl ar.r. Wellington, August 13. Martin Burns and M. Montague, two firemen from the steamer Tainui, were arrested early this morning for breaking into the warehouse of Sargood, Son, and Ewen. Montague was arrested outside the building, and Burns as he was getting out of a window. So far as can be ascertained, only a bundle or two of linen is missing. Prisoners have been remanded. IBnycottAng 1 Ohlnr^n. One result of the meeting against Chinese competition is that a deputation will wait on the City Council, urging that body to take steps to establish a public market for the sale of fruit, vegetables, and other produce. I Mottled oat <*f Con.it. 1 Dunedin, August 13. The case Dunn v Sibbald lias been settled out of Court by the payment of £217. Mining", The Eureka Company at Nenthorn have crushed 500 ounqes of amalgam from 130 tons, of stone.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890
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