Axjcklano, September 23. Two houses, owned and occupied by Taylor and Scott respectively, were burnt at Kingland to-night. The fire arose from the falling of a kerosene lamp m Taylor's house. The insurances were — Scott's house £160 m the South British, furniture uninsured ; Taylor's house £125 m the South British, furniture £70 m the same eftice. To-day was the twenty-fifth anniversary of Bishop Luck's ordination, and he received a large number of congratulatory addresses presented at the Bishop's Palace, Ponsonby, by parishioners of St. Patrick's and St. Benedict's, the Children of Mary, Marist Brothers, school children, .and Children of Sisters of Mercy School. The addresses spoke m glowing terms of the many works established by the Bishop . since his Lordship's arrival. In reply the Bishop said one of the grandest features of the Catholic Church was that priests and people worked m harmony, ana were united m faith and m action.
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890
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