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TO-DAT'S TELEGRAMS

[PER 1 PRESS AJWOCXATIOST.] ] I*nmm M«af. Auckland. October 8. The New Zealand Shipping Company have made arrangements for regular shipment'} of frozen meat from Waiter* to Home. The first cargo steamer will call at Waitara in February. "' ■ Christchurch" October 8. A lo liter has been 'received by the Grand Master of the New Zealand? ssonatitutiou of Masons ■ from 'the' Gr&nd Master of Liberia stating that there is no doubt of the recognitionl by that- Grand Lodge, "■ . •'.... 3!rb«ich of th» CiHmlagr a»* I<oftertoi» Art. Attheß.M. Court to-day, before R. Beetham, R.M., thre* cases were brought against Messrs Seligalid Bird, proprietors of the " Referee" fon breaches of the Gaming and Lotteries Act in receiving money for investment on the totalisator, and in publishing advertisements relative thereto. Two ca»3s were Ihedrcj *i|L l>» third ivS to be decided by the |decisi^;on them, which was reserved. Twt»' ietfler cs\ses, for publishing advertisentents relating to Melbourne sweejis, were adjourned sine die. ■.•''- = '■■ •'

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TO-DAT'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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TO-DAT'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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