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Auckland, October 7. Mr Mifcchelson received a cable message to-night from Mr Creighton, San Francisco, announcing that Mr Spreckles has accepted the new contract for the San Francisco mail service, and also that under the new American Tariff Act New Zealand flax will be admitted duty free at American ports. Gisborne, October 7. A man named J. B. Lane has been arrested for arson m connection with the destruction of his cottage by fire on Friday night, and remanded for a week, i Wellington, October 7. , In his address at!the opening of the Synod, fche Primate reviewed at some length the proceedings with respect tp the Primacy, maintaining that the General Synod's general original election was perfectly valid, and that body's authority was supreme. At the conclusion of his address, the Primate took occasion to allude to the distress which has recently been occasioned m the Church 1 m consequence of one of periodical exhibit tions which .so readily finds place m the human mind, but which was scarcely to be expected from the source from which it sprang m Oxford. Blenheim, October 7, John Smith, Inspector and Secretary of the Westland Jloard, of Education! received the appointment to-day of Inspector of the Marlborough Board' of Education \ ; rai ft w ,V^ EDF' Ocfcober 7. ) _ Kobert J. Webb, a miner of Bald Hill Flat, has disappeared, having evidently committed suicide by jumping into the Molyneux. ; He left. a 'note, stating that his coat and hat would'be found on the bridge. Webb was a single man and a Uush lawyer of sowjq uQte, r

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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