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TABLE TALK.

: - Arbitra|iqa Court site jpirrMoinday..- ; .. ..-Auckland, oyster "season ■ opens 'on May ■ : JtpSfcy': football season opens 'on. : Majr ■ -*, I:VJ i-.-'l-V+i* .i. ii ■J..; i V,'-*— ,v I • - ~ . ■■■' ■ ; ; rSvip &t,Alexukln-Park thia 1 , '" " ■- *- »-- =-- ~Kro at Thames last night. Wheeiriglit premises "gutted.'' The Capetown Assembly _ ihas passed the constitution amid cheers. - - :A:youth rnamed" John'ipl,. Dpbbs was killed at Fraser'a foundry this;morning. ! '. The hew boardipghouse at Kawaujs-land.'-reported to. be burnt to the ground; The German' fund to lenablo Zeppelin to construct airships has reached £304----,827." "; .;-,..'; ; ri-'-4 v -. .-;■-.'• ■ -;-..: : - . defeated Clevedou .by nine goals to. "four for the Provincial ■ Polo '.Cap.- ,' •;;- ;"■:'":'-''-■/;;■ 'i-\[" : ----- ■■■" '.;'i'- The Turkish Chamber has, unanimously approved of the"course -oi .recent ■ events. ' > ■;■ r . '■'. '' •' .'>:._ \t.\?.ii-i'jtz —--The -Natal- Government- is- considering the ; question ofc.charging.Dinizulu Tiyith murder.':-..''._ ■;";•::''"•■■,'.' /'"•."."■'■ 7 ■ ..It.is .proposed to legislate in America, to prevent speculation in : -wheat; : cotton, : , and produce futures. "~ ' ■ At the date of' : the annual meeting of . the Empire Veterans* -Aasoeiatipn, the membership • '> —Fire, in a- picture-framing chop ";ia Karangahape-rqad'lajfc :.night., ; Damage / estimated at. about £50... ..." .. ™i: ; '-"Next ;Draugflits'" Als3ociation .tournament; -will be "held a.i ; Aucklatid, under auspices'of ihe,Leys;.lnstitute.; _j ■ The premises of-the "Taranaki JSerald" and machinery were -seriously, damaged.by fire" eSfly thisi inorningct '--• , Yoiirig w6man- at-' Invercargill yesterr ■day ". fined '.the"majdimim''" amount;;lio"? breaking ;he_r' prohibition ~prder K — , £ 10., 'Timber is now sitting up and'down the West-Coast of the Soutli island, collecting a lot of information. Fourteen prisoners were yesterday iransported from the Holdtika _Gaol, ■which is-to be'closed, : to"'; tytteltpn ;; Gaol: ' . " .. •.■....;.. ;■.:.;.:.: '... ■'ri/: The Peninsula Shipping Company h%ye decided to yeplace the burnt steamer Matariki by a finer and larger ■ boat.. r ~_ , _- "' Etna is in 'a 1; state of eruption, ( huge j flames and dense showers of ashes issuing from the cone. Stromboli is-also in- ■ creasiiigly ; active. ■ ' ■ -';'~ : - Duncan Jotewon, of Melbourne, who was arrestecl'on arrival af ! London on his. honeymoon for fraud ;in Meibburne, has been sent back torAus- ■ tralia. .. ~...'., ...-^.^Z' ', The. old man; Joseph Thawley,; vfho was billed;, by a> train near Wellington. on Thursday, was' seen to throw : iimself "deliberately across.the track when the engine was-about.a, .chain .distant ; r A riot which arose in a Mexican/mining camp owing to a religio\is procession being prohibited, resulted- in 32 raiders being -'killed and many wounded. Subsequently fourteen were executed: "•■"■.. " . r%. r :.;,.:, Railway Department states that the men being dismissed from the Addington workshops are not permanent men, but only temporary hands for rolling- stock building, which is now nearly: completed. -- : .....■"■=-- ■-,-....- -. ..,..-. J ..^..^ "'The' Chicago .wheat "market "was demoralising on Thursdays and May wheat eliimped, but subsequently-recovered under furious buying by Mr Patten, who' loaded an. additional three million bushels. YE. Arnst has accepted W. Webb's challenge to row again for the world's championship. The race will probably take place near the end of May, arid; at Akaroa if arrangements can be arrived at with the ■ Union" Company. We have imported some.really firstclass furs. The best "assortment we have Bliown/ ; in foxeline, ■ "Jap, inarteny mink, lynx, raccon, etc.;; setsi-'le/lj; 27/9, 39/9, 1-49/0 up; stone marten;- jarrsi- (vhlte, and lOgns. to_22©axsi-At McGu^

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TABLE TALK. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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