i .Mr Francis Anderson'stands agaiiTfot the ; Mornington mayoralty. ‘ - "Mr'WyDAwe, senior' counciller, a candidate' 'this" year fforr r the-mayotatly of Morningten. 7\. , ■ i Afier a hfearing at Invercargill extending oyer, several daja Emijy Hobbs has been r committed of ’arson And Lon-jmlge; -Accused-wes allowed bail iotalling‘£llJO ( .7“ 777 .7 ’ i The WelllngtoiV 'Rifle Association''having discussed the quality of.the Auckland ammunition supplied for shooting purposes, to approach the Government on the subject,* 1 and write to all volunteer companies and* rifle clubs in the colony asking their co-operation in obtaining an improvement is the quality of the ammunition. Argument for appellant in the case of Lowndes v. Milton was not concluded when the Court of Appeal rose yesterday afternoon. The case'will bo eontinbed after the condu-’ sion of the Awarua seat case, which wiil La-* taken on Monday. > ' ; ■ . : « The .stqre-'and "dwelling of Dahiel Lswi?, of Kennedy Bay, was burnt. The store contained £6O worth of. kauri gum,' a 'small'' quantity ,of which was saved. It-was insured in the Norwich .Union Company for £2OO. .■
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BRIEF MENTION., Evening Star, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897
BRIEF MENTION. Evening Star, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897
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