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AUCKLAND, June 10,
The weather has been very boisterous since Saturday and Is still wet. No damage has, however, been done by the wind. The Auckland Permanent Building Society have made a net profit of L 3,639 for the year, but carrying a larger sum than usual forward to provide for possible losses, they will only pay 5 per cent, dividend. Thomas Leigh White, the missing bankrupt, against whom proceedings were to be taken, oannot be found by the detectives, and it is said that he left the colony a week ago. Rose Earth, who attempted suicide by taking “Rough on rats,” has been discharged on her own securities to keep the peace for twelve months. The criminal sessions commenced to-day. J ndge'Gillies, inhis charge to the Grand Jury, said that there were twenty-three charges against sixteen persons. The calendar was not so serious as seemed from the number of oases. He called attention to the charge of murder against Louis Paget, and directed the Grand Jury to consider whether any malicious intent was disclosed.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
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