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ATTCKivAjh).■September 29. The body of 'Win. Godfrey, the nonunion laborer recently drowned m the harbor from the coal hulk, has been recbvered. At the; inquest!; tHe ; j<iry censured a man who stood by ab the time of the accident for ndt having thrown a rope to Godfrey. . • , , , ,f ?. The Registrar of Friendly Societies, Mr J. Mason, has arrived! m Auckland, to nvestigate the transaations of a, Burial Society recently exposed as bb^us. The Natives at Hbkianga and other districts m the North have subscribed £50 towards the cost of a monument for the grave of the late Rev. Dr McDonald. Wellixgton, September 29. The Premier has -lately found much relief from insomnia, which was the cause of considerable distress, by taking sulphonel, and' states he is m much better health m consequence. The doctors have however, forbidden hirii to evenAtravel through his electorate, as he proposed. By an' Order* m CoUncil,Rule 299 m the Code of Civil Procedure under the Supreme Court Act is revoked, and the new rule introduced is as follows :—"Every judgment debt"shall carry interest at the rate of £6 per' cent per annum from the time of judgment being given until the same shall be satisfied, and such interest may be levied under any writ- of execution upon such judgment." » Blenheim, September 29. : Mr Henry Redwood, the father,of New Zealand racing, has fil6d a petition m bankruptcy to-day. His liabilities are about £1100. {( ;;,,■ .

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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