[Pub Unitkd Prbss Association.) AUCKLAND, October 4. Mary Ann Barton has been committed for trial for abandoning her child, under two years old. It was recently found deserted in' Albert Park. News has been received of the death of Captain Amodeo on the Continent from heat apoplexy. He was one of the best known coastal skippers in Auckland. WELLINGTON, October 4. A portrait of the late Judge Richmond, painted by Nairn, has been presented by the Law Society, and was placed in the Supreme Court Chamber to-day. NEW PLYMOUTH, October 4. In the Divorce Court this morning Judge Conolly granted a decree nisi in the case of M'Lean v. M'Lean, a wife's petition. CHRISTCHURCH, October 4. Some thousands of people assembled in Lichfield street last evening in the vicinity of the hall where Worthington was lecturing, but the utmost good order prevailed. A large force of mounted and foot police were present, but their services were not required. Worthington left by the right-of-way at the back of the hall, and oa hearing this the crowd quietly dispersed.
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INTERPRGVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 10436, 4 October 1897
INTERPRGVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 10436, 4 October 1897
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