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INTERPROVINCIAL

Wellington, October 8; < Part of the old Government printing office destroyed by fire, was a building brought m the ship Adelaide by JM.' Evans m 1840, and erected the following year. It was long used as an hotel by "Dickie Parrett," the noted old whaler, who was a conspicuous figure m. those days. This house was two storeys, and was gradually a,dded to and extended till it became a considerable pile. . , WooBviLLE, October 8, /Notice of. pi'ocess m fcjtfe Supreme Court, at the instance of Joseph La wry, was served to-day on Mr E. .A. Haggen, propriefoil oi the Examiner, for republishing an extract from parliamentary papers on the dummyism inquiry held last session' by the Parliamentary Waste Lands Conimittee; The case is to be heard en Tuesday at Wellington m Chambers 1. Mr Gully has been retained for the defence. Intense interest is displayed m tha matter here, and the public have offered to pay any costs Baggen may be put to m defending what has hitherto been recognised as a pritelego of the Press. Ciuustchurch, October 8. Last month the Charitable Aid Board granted outdoor relief m 511 against, 522 cases m September, 1889. ' The boardingout of Lytteltxm Orphanage children has been very successfully accomplished. Mr R. Meredith, a prominent total abstainer and Orangeman, has decided to contest the Ashley seat at the general election.

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2539, 9 October 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2539, 9 October 1890

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