. •• Auckland, October I.' Judge Connolly delivered judgment today m the case Ehrenfried v. Gleeson, m which the former asked to have accounts taken with respect to beer purchased for the Albion Hotel, one of five hotels for the privilege of supplying which, with colonial beer, etc., Ehrenfried paid £2000. His Honor gave judgment for plaintiff for a'" decree showing the quantity of colonial beer not purchased by defendant from, plaintiff at the Albion Hotel since , August. 6th, 1888, for profit thereon, at £1 (js (kl per hogshead, and for pay men c to plaintiff of the amount of such profit, | and fet' ah injunction m respect of future transactions, nnd costs on the lowest scale. The Chairman of the Auckland Harbor Board proceeds south to see the contractors for the San Francisco mail service relativo to the question of the terminal iport. Wellington, October 1. Tho Customs Revenue for September waa £128,780, against £145.514 m August and £146,310 for September last year. Auckland contributed £30,337, Wellington £2i,473, Christchurch £21,138, Dunedin £33,213. The beer duty for the tnontii was £4,664, against £4,472 last month, and £4,066 last September. The R.M.S. Coptic left Capetown on Sunday last for Hobaft and Wellington. The Marmarie left Rio for London on the &7th, with her cargo of frozen meat m good condition. The Tainui arrived at Plymouth on the 30th ult., all well, and cargo m good order. The dead body of a man was found at the Kbpurarigi Railway Station, near Masterton, to-day. Nothing is known yet as to the origin of death. The meeting of brewere, publicans, wine merchants, and others was resumed to-dny« The Conference decided to give no information to the Press until their deliberations were concluded. Hokitika, October 1. At the Railway League meeting to-night strong dissatisfaction was expressed with the Government nob calling tenders for the Hokitika-Grey line, although the appropriation whs made weeks ago. Chkxstchtjkoh, October 1. Mr G. B. Woodman, well-known m bowling and hunting circles, died to-day. An old man, named Frederick Seelen, who has been paralysed for years, was admitted into the hospital this morning, suffering from the eifects of arsenical poisoning. He died about noon. An inquest will be held on Saturday.
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890
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