Mr and Mrs J. Caradus, of Auckland, both of whom arrived in the colony in 1842 celebrated their golden wedding to-day. ' J. L. Carl, licensee of the Empire' Hotel, Christchurch, was charged yesterday with Sunday trading for providing drinks to nine Pioneer Club bicyolists, with whom he had been for a Sunday run. Mr Beetham reserved his decision.
The Parnell Borough Council have decided to ask for more police protection. Report in a Northern paper: Mr Foster then sang «Calvary' in very good style, but which was not heard to the best advantage owing to the singer not being sufficiently
San Francisco papers have it that Frank blavm, the p.ugiliat, is not dead, but that ho returned to Dyea a week after his disappearance. He bad become separated from his party, and was in a wretched, half-starved condition on reaching the city. /The Otago School Commissioners, at an adjourned meating held yesterday, received an application from the Southland WvA\ bchoola' Board to exchange section 03 bk£k 1, luvercargill, for wwui lhcL'i>miuis?if.ners' endowments, and it was resolve J Id iu-reu to exchange an area of five- acres of their reserve for land of equal value.
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BRIEF MENTION., Evening Star, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897
BRIEF MENTION. Evening Star, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897
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