CHRISTCHURCH. August 7.
At the Police Court this morning William Scarlett (of the Standard Brewery) was charged on the information of Mr Rose (Collector of Customs) with breaches of the Beer Duty Act. There were forty-six informations laid, but by consent three only were taken to-day, the remainder being re served. The first charge of sending out certain casks without entering them in the brewery books is still being gone into.
INVERCARGILL, August 7. It is glorious weather, and a close holiday is observed on account of the football match with the Maoris, the champion ploughing match, and the poultry show. The local Rugby Union decided not to play with Madigan, Keogh, Taare, and Arthur Warbrick, owing to the action in the football match at Brisbane,
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7979, 7 August 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7979, 7 August 1889
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