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[pEK PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Mall Mvirvic***. Wellington, September 9. It is understood that the British Government offer £19,000 as annual subsidy if the 'Frisco Mail Service is retained, but decline to contribute anything if only the Direct Service is maintained. It iB believed that with this subsidy, and the American grant of £12,000, along with post-ages, Government will see their way , to assure the House that a fortnightly tervice alternately by 'Frisco and direct steamers can be arranged at a small loss Port Chalmers, September 9. Sailed : Doric, for London, via Lyttelton. The cargo from this port was 544 bales wool, 400 do rabbit skins, 89 do sheepskins, 77 do leather, 6 'do hair, 300 bugs antimony, 81 casks peUs, 2122 sacks ■oats, 590 cases cheese, 100 drums glycerine, 19 packages sundries, 8053 ■carcases mutton, 31 cases kidneys, 1 case Jiares. 36 non-union laborers accompanied her to complete her loading at Lyttelton.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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