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I [Peh United Press Association, ) WELLINGTON, July 20. The City Council intend to get a Bill introduced this session enabling them to float a loan for cemetery purposes to the extent of LT.fiOO without the consent of the ratepayers. New drainage works are to be undertaken, which will necessitate an increaso of the overdraft. The prevalence of typhoid fever has caused considerable alarm. The Council have also decided to sell certain blocks of reclaimed land, in preference to leasing them. The Governor is not going to Christchurch. Another victim succumbed to tvphoid this morning, in the person of Mr Fulton, engineer of the Manawatu Railway Company. Captain Savill, A.D.C., is lmprovTIMARTJ, July 26. Archdeacon Harper leaves on Monday for a ten months' trip to the Old Country. Last night, at a farewell conversazione, he wus presented with a purse of sovereigns by his parishioners, with a series of photos by the choir, and a gold pencil by the Sunday school teachers. The Rev. Mr Winter, of Christchurch, becomes his locum ttnens. INVERCARGILL, Joly 26. A. Darling's fellmongery at Mill road was destroyed by fire early this morning. The building was insured for Ll4O in the New Zealand Office, and its contents for L 250 in the South British Office. The loss is L 1,200 above the insurances. His fellmongery was burnt down twelve months ago, and this one had not long been rebuilt, NELSON, Jwlt 26. Lady Onslow arrived here this morning on a week's visit.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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