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[I'EK PIIESS ASSOCIATION] Tlie» 'frlico Snrvfee. AucklaniV, October 13. A deputation from the Chamber of Commerce waited on the Hon.' Mr Milchelson to-day, and urged that any attempt to securo the extension of time" for the 'Frisco service should riot:be allowed to influence Government, Tl.e Postmaster-General promised to use hi 4 influence with his colleagues and Governments to prevent any extension of time, r and leriiaikect that so far Government had not been approached with a y iew of obtaining such, concession. ', ] " N ' ■' ' Vnmt Ac«l«tt>M.° ' • ■ Fkilding; October 13. A man named A. McColl was killed ion Saturday while bush-felling. New Plymouth, October 13. - The body of a Maori has been found in the Waitara river just below the freezingworks. He has been missing 'for ten days. As he had been in low spirits for some time it is supposed it is a case of suicide. ■ . ■>. Atft to Catholic School*, „ 1 Wellington, OctaW 13. The Roman Catholics haw drawn up the following questions which, will be asked all candidates fox the City: '' (a) Will you vote for payment by results to Catholic Schools ;'(6) Will you declare your intention to do so either in your advertised address or on the platform ?" Th« W«lllHgr«m ltoll*. At present there are very few objections to the Wellington roll. A batch- of summonses have been issued againkfc some . saikrs to prove their claims, but that seems about all. A. Church Chair oa Strike. An amusing development. of strike occurred yesterday. Inconsequence of some dispute with the Primate the choir of St. Paul's absented themselves morning and evening, and most of the singing had to be omitted. The action is stated to be a jwote&t against the treatment of Canon Howell. Obttaary. . ' Nelson, October 13. Mr Joseph Reid Dodson, head of the firm of Dodson and.Son, Brewers., died yesterday, aged 78. He was the first Mayor of Nelson. Mrs Boor, wife of Dr Leonard Boor, Medical Superintendent ofc the Hospital and Asylum, died on Saturday after three days' illness. New Plymouth, October 13At the Supreme Court the murder ease is still proceeding. The evidence is, all of a preliminary character, and the. same as. at the inquest. Nothing new' has been elicited. Five witnesses Iwvt* been examined.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890