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AUCKLAND, May 30,
The premises of Dolyck, purveyor of fancy goods at Te Aroha, were burglariously entered last night, and L2O worth of jewellery and watches stolen. An entrance was effected through a back window. There is no clue to the perpetrators. A writ has been issued by the Kaibu Railway Company claiming L 21,000 damages sustained by the action in entering a caveat lately directed to be removed by the Court of Appeal. St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church last night accepted the resignation of the Rev. D, W, Runciman, caused through ill-health. A call is to be made to the Rev. J. Robertson. The inquiry into the collision between the Awahina and the Australia is still proceeding. Counsel are addressing the Court on behalf of the respective sides. BLENHEIM. May 30. The magisterial examination re the burning of the school residence on April 23 was opened to - day. The Court was crowded. There are nineteen witnesses subpoenaed. Up to the present nothing of great importance has been elicited; but only five witnesses are, so far, examined, Mr Hastings, secretary of the Dunedin Exhibition, met the local committee to-day, the mayor in the chair. It was decided to engage five bays at the Exhibition. Interest in the affair Is rapidly growing, and Marlborough will doubtless make a good show.
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INTERPOVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
INTERPOVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
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