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■ J 'AtJCKtAND, October 21. . The dead body of a female child, newly born, was found ip the Western Park to- 1 :day.J'i ;■ ; \"\ -V ;'>■/',, , ■r|l> New« has reached Kuaotunu of an important gold discovery at Boat Harbor*, about five or six miles from Tairua. A prospector named Marsack has cut a reef, which is said to give prospects a** good as the best yet got from Kuaotiinu. New Plymouth, October 21, ; In the case of Emanuel Hanna, charged with indecent assault,-Mr Justice Connolly held the indictment to be bad,, and re-1 leased the prisoner, for whom Mr Jellicoe appeared. A, man named Rasmussen shot himself with a fowling-piece near Inglewood • today. No particulars are yet to hand. <- In opening the annual Diocesan .Synod to-day Bishop Cowia spoke of the present labor disputes. He said it was considered by all reasonable men that one section of the community had as much right as another to unite m guilds or associations for common advantage so long as that advantage was notfinimical to the wellbeing of any other law-abiding section of the people. At whatever present cost we ( should resist all legislation that would infringe the right of personal liberty m things allowable,, or tolerate the tyranny of any one combination of citizens.; over another. Moreover, individuals or com- ■ munities should not commit the keeping of their conscience to any human authority, however exalted. : , Information has been receive^ that Te Malraki, a JwellTj£no|irh , iariatitf »t, Te Kuiti, has' been ejecting some I store' 'keepers \..jkt that settlement^^"and^ as a djsturija^jce. is feared, a body of police, under Inspector Brohani, will leave' at .midnigh| jotre^fl^un the morning by "special train from Te Kuiti. The, force wiirtomprise ten constables and Detectives Kirbyand Hughes. Captainf Messenger and some of the permanent ■ force #ill accompany "fcfie party, who will be met at Huntly by Inspector Emerson and another detachment «f police. No particulars are yet to hand regarding the disturbance. '■ ' *

Wellington, October 21. The Rev Canon Howcll, v/lin has boon aeling as incumbent of Sf, ■•. Paul's for seven months during the Absence of tlio Rev Mr Hill, was presented with .an' address and a purse of 100 sov.s. The address was signed ,by Lady 1 Onsluvr and 670 parishioners. The charge of stone-throwing against the six youths at the Hutt was dismissed, on technical grounds, and without prejudice. ' , • , The Manawabu "Railway Company have just receiver! several new carriages from -America. - Their - traffic is increasing so fast that tho present stock of locomotives is no longer able to cope with it. Westport, October 21. The Charles Edward, bound from' Mtftucka to Greymouth, met the full forcq of the prevailing gales andtbiy under Fareveil Lighthouse, for twqlye .hour.). - Captain Whitwcll decided to run into Westport, and arrived m the roadstead at ton' o'cl"ck last .night, and came m at five o'clock this morning. When coming over the bar she shipped three seas. One enormous sea pooped the steamer," hha deckhouses were smashed m, the railings, gratings, and binnacle carried away, the cabin flooded, and other similar damage dojrie-. Arthur Ernstow, tho chief officer, on coming • out of his cabin, was overwhelmed by the water, and struck by the debris dashing about the dock, and was seriously injured. His-thigh was broken, and ht« head badly cut and bruised. Ha was taken to the hospital. The woather is the worst experienced for many months. Dunbdin, October 2L A number of cases are to be heard on Thursday 1 under the Adulteration Prevention Act, the»article alleged to have been adulterated' being pepper.' In;one'case it ia said the pepper was adulterated to the extent of 40 per cent. The body of Robert Webb, who com-, mitted suicide at Alexandra a fortnight ago by jumping into the river, was found at' Koxburgh. . , ' . ■; :

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2550, 22 October 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2550, 22 October 1890

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