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seven years in la>it placet; sltwle; good
wreraneea; good aoge.
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classes of Son-ante, Male or Fonole, on® o£
tlio first boaa tide labour 'agents in Chslsfe*
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McDonald'g, Manojjgstjarjatcoot.
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11 hands; oAe sls-years-old, aafl, on®
fouryeara; both one ooJaur; good movera la
or si»gl_a liamoss oc. saddle;. pass trams
quietly; a satisfactory trial given. Apply to
WANTED~to
Sell, Farm of SO acrss as
Halaweii,
Dv>olllug-houno nnd
outbuildings. This farm Jβ vory suitable for
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or horses. Apply to Mc Franks, 19S Hertford
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Chains on Loes toad, \Vairfrl Valley.
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General Burvants, &o.
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NEW BRIGIiTON ' PIKR" COMPANY,
Servants, Men or Woiaen tcoaauif
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patrons seoeivlas pfoiapc attention r.
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SECOND *ANNU'A'ii" "Q'S|IB^E! S2ett'B3wiS6"iS
|»lotifihiu«>n, Lpkborerg, Farm ..Hti;?4Bs PiougliJfcU3£¥£No cf iha aboffa Company will Bien,'
Youths, Hotel Honda, Woiaoa Gooks
W heldoQ MONDAY, April 46h, ac ffUOE'S
Honeeuaids,Generals,Nurses, Monthly Nurses,
MO'JCISL, Tuaza street, 7.39 p.m.
Hoiisokaeperti!,
Lady Seipa,
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Kieot Di?tfOtors.
roomed Cottage. Apply, Gtatiag price,
O. CURTIS, Secretory.
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SYDENHAM, SYDENHAM
"ANTSI?,- to Eaiit a Farm from ia to l£o
SS CHKS3 CLU3.-All paraoas
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acres with house. Apply to it. Buff.
efChess, and all dsalrou» ot Jearalns*. would 4*gHß3 Ofilca,
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to Hun* from 5 to 20 acres &nS
3lst ißat.. in the Hoom g£ ihe OddfeOov/o*
hou4e. Apply, Bagga aad l)u£Tjr,
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willingto Join and cannot opiae, would'Oblige "ISTANI?Sβ, to Sell, ssveral good Farms,
a note stating suoii b?lor© Eho ff -'from 20 ■ aares to. $09 acres. .Full
ColomSjo
from Baggs and.
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ltealef, is now prepared, to supply
every dceoriptloa of Horn and Cattle Feed 6&
BeMgious [email protected]@ißii.
Mill Prices. Chaffcucting for private pturcios
atlowest rate?, wiui despatois. Luwor High
stSKset, A-ftentss for Christinas Bros,' Celebrattiii
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ANTKU, Bayers for Gnna Sulfa iis Real
Leather, aeo our window. EL At&ln*
LATJMER SQUAEIi
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W¥ cheir-FuruiEure as Atkinson'3, Maocheater street.
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FOOR SSRVICJES DAILY.
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KNOWN—Oar~New
Anttuaa
now Opeaed up es Kaikoura.
Iγ p.m.—Childrea'a Meetins.
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Flanneis, Blankets, Caliooed, or Sheetv
Hyxaa Books Provlfl*e*
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Cabiafet Blafete and Upholsrurer, few
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OSSord tt.rraoe,ness Britlsb Hocbl. ITuraituro
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Buyers for Beautiful Skia"
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Ba teSju and Pally,
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gas
stabling, opacb-bousio,
S&c, Hereford fst«!oe»
City.. Capital Ten-roomea Kovase, Oxford
teemc& weat. To Let;, large, welMlctcd Shop,
flve-reoroetl dwelling-house," High etreet, ■
Christohurcb, 153 a woqlc. W. X, Hardtosi
fit;)Ho s*
(is oc ated ■with J, £owsnan aafi
fc?rd streot.__
To Sell. "Pf nthem," ihto
qu.iru.ra o£ au actt. slsn laid, ri* ©•
roomed houeo ou fo io Us foarl«.fion' ;"
ase, dn ry, <i oii-houe
eoullory,
t) ggc it 3, cow Jxcd, frj., enry co, voioaf>«
very pprMli »rardv i »vpid
d» k fruit}
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will tncfiflce for 4*M, crops fnchtu-1 2 'i»
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~;,.,^s!ss X pt,cu ro ied to j»i i" crk. H. Harri-*»
KNOWN—itcod's IfueiaisMng
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of the
Warehouse, The largest etocf; ot gooa Gaahoi street.
J%. store Oorpa will be beM as &h,@ OMerly
Lxi,vi"e!*cu{l 1>« -s.ft» ? t-r,
ctostt to
So©m at^hte'cilQCk,"
Secoud-feaad Furaicure Sa New 2k:;il&M to
open
to
£ a \y
r oki,
Ji. ti.l otnichargeCod
THIB (TOSSWAYfEVEMIHa, 29sh INST.
ic'w »'
AdJf .*
¥6|a i'ring 't'o'™Bi5:U
Bosiaess—lEQCOTtant
Keac Properties to send for oar Frineiid
Bassia acd
■•
q&ptala, ■ Msts._
lont Hmdol rtriufi.. c«6«v
u> £=et» severalgood Houses front obuuaid
*
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to od ra }on l> >v- , *.«-•
tSTA?i'I*SB
mm<s to Glsht rooms. Foe pa.rtioalars eystc
Vγ
w ,Cßt;;*!i
V Ivew rod <-^2^.l^it f
v
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keys
apply
,
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and
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Colomi3o
Sporte.
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SIITISO
o 'uodorar palcca ww a t>?tints, uy
Glagoj. Wise. Firs; Prize at nuts
t s,vb
CiiUcJWb », c
J. Arm* r fftom I
C.A. &ad P.A. Hovember Show. 1831. John Worloi, & O vl< m__«___-■** *v.
m™m J!f^
,C.A.A,C. iijn> C.F.C.
,V
Koi»ißßOo,6ftTwaan eiraet. Liawood.
w.'lFi. <«p lwu«d
BAIT'aiN--r*Ji
KNOWiJ-TowDenolj isilious ~A
,
i. R*tU.i *-r»a
/I feu. oiu o; B
and Idret FilJa
loasitttde
nervous psoairatiaa, fesaaie woakcasd. Sifld ye« a
JL
o¥erywfcere,prlco Is. Look £og coupan.
SATUEDAY, APRHj ts©, 1892. <
"STKTAirrEDKNOWN-BtttteraadlE'ffgs.freßh
l*»rk«?
MjAT SACKS,
HOBDI.E,
fdcb *'.» f,«-U
ff daOy, at wholesale price, fine.soCuce&s
ci.lfa
Tribe,
iliifilL'ii* "*
M, bost Hams ft]d, ifiueat Eoll B.scoa Id, Sida
T
fo'"Ji.
vll
Pare
i*ard
3.
Aafe
iScho-Jl
6d,
Cd,
Su|t>
/pIHiSAr
Bacoo
at T.
fnt c It-cry, MiWiully ?a<»xsii
for Prico iast»
; nl /
jud i* s. \ , i»xt
m
-oi Mat.^r.
KNOWN—'i'owcend'a Bilious filtured
_„„„„
E.nd Mver Pills euro sicls lieadocbts, thep o B tllaiti'to*—
T OOTi.—etmyeft £cob> Harwell oa W&i of wans of a|sperito, ciepyegiea ot spteiis. Sold
i»«Jii
'j-E-x
i».t,C.
piles
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Is.
coujmuj.
j> S?ft A i»ao ._r]M
Maseh.ollo B&tk. Ksd sad White CXJW, everywt.ew,
Look for
s«w®pS tat ©sr oaa
ia milk. Fiv©
% r->K
HUttf, 7» fl."
I'siMSN"wifilaa"it1'siMSN"wifilaa"it to feels advantage
laterssatioa for the nscdveiy m thetote} their Boots or Slia«6to_B,iU,
S7I
fgnHS latest FssMons Ja Haat2es, Jsokets,
,
Moufcr s£h
near
KwyLi •*>{
iiu or-. ,lv
1" Boa|&&ede
s^ ! M.J
CluJto. ClstSisasdF&K,, J.IMlssatyne
Ji Co.
r fieU(JiblaelE.aadtanCULlJli:
Bad
ebest;
saispd
Koy.
wiiite
85*ak
oa
Ffasdor
OF ENC'f*&ND" BQOIS BSFO??, ! Mewas&ed
as retursiafr to ißi C&sfeel street
""Can¥Eo""Bliaeii~snp«io?
x
West.
sao %jrEKTIiBMEN'S
sa. D.I.Q.
„„.,„.
s
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Leather BAQ, coataislaS
"¥ OST, a
t&ie 'Goloehea Balmorsle
fefeysssfflt;
JLJ two Pbkcs, JtJeney,
,fr», i p.. h> f'ii Wren*
i: id 1
aj.g
: mro- -StTv!"EL
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Importer'of Books, ■ Staiisuory and
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107
103
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110
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112
113
114
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7~Cfc
MrT. S. Wesi-on. Solicits?,
Jftesfe» s«ars
2s 88,
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54 fitSO
65 3H3
53 763S
57 5661
£310013
59 7745
80 3508
61 8527
62 731J6
63 2257
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465g
162 SSI3
t>33 163 7111
3U4
4563
1015
65 3252
115 6185
165 183&
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16S 51534
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67 6467 ■ 117 M>7' l&T 2174
MS 50H5
18 Ism' ''& 1335 "H8 ®S7
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19 4416
69 2(isi -119 2<£s
30 5583
70 BlSi -120 6628
170 7318
71 2315 .121 16ilS 171 W0
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41 4951
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42 5i"3
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The Art Uaion was arawa iv ths presence of
as ths CoimcU
the foSowiug
'__
ChsmTKrSi—
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His Worsfeipthe-Mayor, Mcssra W. Harris,
Lfesissos,
S,
£fanalng,
Craig,
C,
C.
f>.
E. O. Asaby.
.M. Gray, W.F.-TfcosisOß,
aaa other
T.
inembcra cf -the Usecuiive ana Art
Union Canunittee.
Prizes can he clatoned every svening: tfeis
as j2ie
betweea
sevea aad frsa
■week
.',-■■■
chop.
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For particolaraappiy to
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CSKMiSTS,- CASHJfiL STREET.
Bftry
3693
7610
403
7537
S 2659
S 8500
10 4115
11 SOO9
12 5701
13 805
U 6129
15 10884
16 1538, x
17 9169
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IU2 7344
52 SU3S
63 571
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THEOBOWN BREWTBRYCa.
Christ'chnpch.
"NABOB"
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IS
SIIOISS
3 7327
3 5311
the* nicst complete cleanse?. It is entirely
1 free from any ingredieat-injarioES to the
eaaaiel,aad Is dlstlaguisfced by its eitraordi-
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WILKINSON, '■'
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KSST STRiKGEfS.
j
•GOULD & OO,?
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at
of
S^
LIKES
aiES'S
d&souat
£NBVERAL
Cash only. Most l>3 sold to make seem for
new stock.
|
No reasonable offer refoasd. '
is
the
|
Now
time £cr bargains.
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Prepafed O3dy
!
ART UNION
;.CAEBOLINK.
Pries, la Sd
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WINKING
NUMBERS.
t<13URE BRIGADE
s J i i
Jill:
CATHEDRAL SQUARE,
Sole Ageats for Canterbory.
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and C0.," as hitherto.
"Aclaad, Dudley March,
1892.
Uated thia 28th
969
C. THORNTON DUDLEY. I
FLETCHER, HUMPHREYS and CO.,
(TOOTH PASTE),
._ , .
*Thcßu"ainess\4illinfatnro be Carried on by
Mj-eolf alone under the Style or Finn of
Xα CJiaapagae Quarts and Plate. Hogsheads
and Barrels.
§S&
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S'ALB OF
t
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ifotides
........
once.
11000?
STOUT,
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WEBIfESDAY
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CAIWEHBUEY
.
PARTNEKSHIP subsisting, bsfifeen
I tbalateTHOMAd
having b«-en DISSOI.v'ISD By the iieath of the
said 'lliomaa i«lnnd, ALL CLAIMS Afrainst
thePartnership miiet \}& SENT m to ate &t>
DTDIAK'PALE ALE'AND
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Judgeof Assessment Court.
313
CSLBBRATED
■•'-■*
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ACTS
BOROJJ.CtHOF.LYTTEI/?ON.'
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?S2£—_—u™~__
sfaKclicstor cTjfsst.
SisT
eiKERAE.'-MESTISiG MS3
fpKE ANNUAL
Mosiwr'n
lo~Svfi7"HF
fU> BCUliaiiflNI>S—
J, Will be hetd in the
ifolp, csdcllenc * references; iatatio'K
■
', TTCfll-t'ttils Ilosfo ol 4 rooms, uculto-j.%
CI/
, ROOMS,
-Cuupks, aofornllj ; Monthly Nurso ; StAlwotß &c, a!?© poodou >Velt fenced sJbtt&Mid m Coa,
' STUDENTS
George Augustus Preece, Judgeof tba
Mougbman ; Scrv&ots, &c. Bequirea -^h»rp, ferenco .street, five miautca from Po;fc Ojlio',
OK
Court ior tno
Cotipio Ploughman, cottage;
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ONBS MONTEPS
.
"Wai
.
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Borough,doheroby give noticothat a &itt!og
of the Afcsessmont Cou:t for the 'said 33tfcngh.
"Wftl bo-holden at thO'Heeldens Ma«isfcrate'«l
Conrthoage at- LytteUoa oa ■ WSDNIfiSDAYi
STREET.
theSQSh day of MAHWH, lS&taS Hooii.
aod STOUT.
Given under my hand, s,t Ctews&vhuzch, tfrU
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AMKNDING THIS SAME..
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assessuent court.
■ RATING ACT,; 1876, AND-THE
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rriHßSpe IS A
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Season.
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Preßentatioa"or the "Wirta" Srlvkt
J, Cap to the Ohrlstohuroh Fire Brigade
j 'Mil take place
during the evening. Tbo Wianios Team will appear in nniform.
TO-MORROW (WSDNESDAY),
■
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•HairSrssssFS sad Toba&sonlsts,
; . iat Cdlcaibo street,
/
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Citsi-csal sod IroQ3va!l kinSe.
Speeiaiite *S3 4itteea ea«-Kobssrs. IroaisionaeTs, Comer
pair. ■ Sfee
29
Ud
.?S^g
Ball^airon,
(SciarabQ ssid CSts&si streets
Draper, ._,.
r±,
—-«-'--. *;_t :J-'——
:
*"AVtSana&dxlobe2t» SJ
and'
im ?
«md
Ca*ii«l
ssreaf
foWoe
Corner
Roberta, iry»
*s>lki
AHK<i6 arti
PMCEFONE 0 PENNY
*
EEMBLE,!
MIBS M¥BA
■
•AUSTJEkAIiiIN WINES.;
LOANS -.GfiANTBD
GENERAL CARBIEB.
\&
*"*B®a4allißf(mnadoiire Cartago eapj^icfl
'JOHN BKIGHTLtNG.
Telephone No. 373
Statiors.
AKNOUKCEMSNT,
mtrTkbhbls,
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PERSONS
CANTSHBURY.
OF
CONTKACTOa
?.nca».» n
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au~
&EMBLE COMEDY
'
WIJIBS, SPIRITS. "IIES
LOAN ASSOCIATION'
HIGH
Shippers are recinesSed' to cotnspafca reqaifements as early as
o-t
, r...
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CHOCOLATi-MENIER,
.
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OP THS
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FROM
" ELGINSHIRE.
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fipfHRES lis
ffeb
t
OHURCa
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ESTAIL DJSLIV-SRIE3
ANY PART OF TOWN Atfl> DISTRXCT
AT LOW CASH KATES.
'
DHESS^CUTTINa
Offices-193
freight can b*
to
on appUcaUoa at tie offlees.
I4 *
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WESfPOUT'
GOALBROO&DAJiB ''
HALF TONr
MOORE,
MANAGER,
Sailing
'
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9IR3T APPEARAKCS X£T CaaiSXS
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COLONIAL AND ENGLISH BOOTS
HIGH-CLASS
AND SHOES.'
Have
been
Class
-■'"
MONDAY, APRIL 4. j OR THE LIFE AND DEATH
UPON
.
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and other Vessels will be
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GRANUf FASHie^BLSCOMKDY
SSIASON,
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Oonftnenclng
~ -—-j
„,
.
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'_; COAL ARRIVALS.
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be
or' Continent during
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"from 'westfort.
ow
APPROVED FBESHOLD SSOUEITIES,"
bj- the Assooiation to
H'S Ǥ#%fT Chartered
SOAB GRAIN for th© United
kt
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IN ANY SUMS
■•laaijTffiß
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ffAEMESKS, CO-OFSRATIVK
OF CANTEBBURY*
y
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rm m-m a
TUESDAY, ®fh MABCiEL
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JOHN r. GRSpSSON..^
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WIFE, MARY cnERH&NO, tovlng
tUft6.witb.oo*
LEFT UStorthelottrth'
caxiee, r Heteb? GiveNotice lfe»e £TOL.NOT
BE RESPONSIBbK FOB ANY QKBTS CONTttACTKD BY HER.—Dated this SSfe.day of
GEBMAN©, Pialfc
March, 1832.
monger, Linweod.
SWp
APPLES. ■«
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COROJfET CIGARETTB3.
PJSKINSULA STKAM
SHIP COMPANY, LIMITSD.
asid -otliar oiseaimseancespar-
«-aa Kaikoura, mass
I •te^i
Ig **utßaW«t»
tihte
v anan^ed.
Bafß
effeeightaad
isassage, appiy to
aiOiiAM,
CTTFP.
and
I „_
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"GBBAT
,": ■IN COALS. - -:
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Sa7^
fea?'?a^Visati:
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period or by instalments. ,
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AND MAHL&I!
OBYICB3
WILL
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Haroh 31st.'
FUSE
INSURANCE
m
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5-gfl
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Prid'ys 11 a.m. 10.^
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vial
isVdhs?,
Wellington,}
KidSieves;
O R. IN GOLD'S."Wonderfal"
£r% 2s. lid *;pair. '. KsaailnQ them. fiLigh
Eli ¥"Ml?
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PsMie HotiMß.
ANKUAZs IB3UIZU&QS HOCTOAY. ,
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WiSBNESHAY, March 30fch. "•; ~
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Net Cash when ordering or' on delivery.
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ifaHereford street.'
7603
Mag-
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mSE
iCfgo.
63C0 Tons, 5250-HQrse Power,
and moee superbly-fitted Steame?
-?AgeaS for the London
The
and others.
Tl/fISS KBATING
etc? seea in the New Zealand waters,
liress-outtißjs Association,
IfJ. Scieatiflc
'K.B,—Same special lines of Cbablie, Santerne
Dress-cutting, Girls' High School,
Teacher
of
ITia be despatchedaa above,
Christohuroh, &o.) bolda Classes daily, at So, and Champagne, suitable for'the Oyster
Ssasou,
Worcester streetE&sL ■
Wmm tSXPKLTON, •..
'£B& GOLDSN APPLE CIDES,
DRESSMAKING In"3jLl JTS BSANOEES..
OH BATORDAY, APRIL
Paper Patterns cupplied. Bodices cut
leS» tocoamand of HerbsrtiS, Gseansfereet.
aad flvteg, pries Ss.
>
* The Firstof all Brands,
A COACH. Worth readiag.
IN
ffIHKEE
ia
l&s fetteation of iatendiag
4139
laspsctioaot satcples in-sited. •
Jli
aM to tMs' Steajner, early applioatioa toe
K.INOOLU'S ** Wonderful" Sid Uloves,*
A fine selection of HAVANA'and other
a £3 lid pair, iasj&osfc tihcai. High,
teas feeing desirablor _a® numerous appilea street.
CIGARS.
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TUBSIMI': :Jf&ltCH. 89 1893
r
hhhminfill
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_aaj.Nel3oa
Naptsr,
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14s'.'
' ?0R LONDON, VIA 810 BE JANEIRO.
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■27s "Bβ* pou ONE- TON.'-.,'
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Totia''
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fMXQW-40S PBK; TON,
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MaS fiotearfcJ
&ul&£eKxmKie j Tosawera
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in
ygß^Ay v M«K>h_g?thr"' ...
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POSXCEUJUiSXtS
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WAKAtU.',;
H CUFfSR SHIPS
t
* will bs"dißpatehed J.3underr—
k #«— ——*—! «-—
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Sseataer,
!iWELE.IKGXOK,}
Piaroa
a,aa I
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_:_gfflAl3Eß3 S&tH as nadw:~
_Ofcrtiaftrtoa
_ tHHT..
(Via intermedlate porfa)~
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is a aiimljesappUcatlon
for bertlia la auIi 4«
3-
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STEAMEBs"
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GRAND AFTERNOON PERFOKMANCIL
Children Admitted for 6d.
i
Erenlag, a New Programme, coflmiss
To-Morrow
fcogEO & Auek-1
eluding
with the Grand NationalLiver'I
* RSQUIBSS an*
Anscralia's Premiere Actfeai,
Sailiag Da'S?" land
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Mararoa
9.30
NOT
TI7B
BHAi»L
pool Steeplechase.
£.30
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Steamers
from Lytteltoa
DiSLIVERIBSo* APPLES Istheonly Axißtrallan Draaiatio Aotreas who !
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Mauri „
May
O2» and all tmasimoas in proclaitaing
27!1
April Ist.
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he? wortbr of taking a Leading Posiuoa oa
j• 3322 » June
to gain early admission and to avoid
la
order
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Raogatira
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PUBWSBING CO..
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Wβ Play Lytteltoa SATUEDAY NEXT,
ia the
WOOL, TALLOW~AND PRODUOB
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cargo
Thursday.
Supportedby
a
1005
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Afternoon and Evening.
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ColoDy of New'-South' Walea. nas
April gad.
CUKRiSNT K&.TES.
SPECIALLY SELECTED METROPOLITAN j
LOWIfST
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UTTHE SUPREME COUST OF- NEW&SA"
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LAND, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, ,<\ ;
played
UNE
As
iaLondon for 400 Nlghfejafc Avenne
OHIRB
DIRECT ■ Wellington, I
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1
WKDiSKSbAY,'
of'JOJICH. IS8& Theatre,
andrecently-perfonnea for 60 Nights !
and|
1 Nelson
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lat
Melfeouraai 4g Nights at
Tfteatre,.
Omapew
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readirigr bf thtf affidavits of Mar* CritetJon Theatre. Ss-duey; long ssasoua ia
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KEttYand
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ordered
Duneain.
ciudeda Six lights' Rcaiu
OTAGO TO LONDON.
TUESDAY, April sth.
that the Public Trustee shall bo Ateiini*
&
trator of all the real end personal estate of iTo be sucoeeded durins. t&e« Seasoa by [email protected]
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ELDERSLXE
3750 tons lSObb.p,
Holmes,
Margaret
late .of Christ- i
prodcotioQ of tho Fanciest; FafcleaA
Louisa
p.m.
4th
am>
sth, 1892.
MAY
I 4 churct), in the Provincial i»istrlot of CanterBlUir.andMel-1
Comedy oa record, oatited,;
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faoarue
12.10 1 Hop
FIFESHIR7..
5000tons' 2400 h.p.
bury, widow, deceased. By the Court.
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Deputy Registrar.
5100 tone 22)0 tup.
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with
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SATURDAY,
APRIL 9ra, 1892.
6100 tons -25C9b.p..
NOTIQga.
MORAYSHIRE
to
this
estate
are
ret
SPfIOIAL
indebted
3
of thei?
the amosata
naeeted to Pay
over 300 Nights at Comedy
7
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Postal
■SSOURSION SBABON.
several accounts to
or to
Monef Theatre, IroadoD, and also with eaotraous.
The above Magnificent steamers,which have
weeklypapers and printed programme*.
having Accounts against success is Melboarcaand Sydaoy, and recently
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RA.TI&S over all tho Qompanj-'e liiuea, avadt J. J. M.
CoaJedy-Sranaa, / j LANCASTER
CLUB.
willbe despatched at regular intervals.
Aod
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day
APRili
the
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of
WEDNESDAY,
Bteftmers are fitted throughout with ablefor THEEK MONTHS from date of issae before
nest, on tiho printed forms which can' be obshadow; •/
ELKCTRIC XiiaHT, and accomisoiiatioa ia
the JoUawins EVENTS
£ ? \fc ."^iMoara!
"MOMINATIONSfor
for the purpose from any ©f
Fuz. &ora Auckland—Ovaiati, Early.
tained
providedior3fsSaloon,pßs33Dgeya.
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2ud -April, ac the EMPIKB HQTEL,:namedmay
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Early.
SALOON PASSAGE MQNSF £35.
I V-' -'.- i..MRX.ST. CLAIE,
HAJhorciP Maiueit Trot (saddle), of J!0 soys, j
TO LONDON.
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Noraitaation 103. One mils.
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Wellington,
Handicap Fotvi Trot (havuess), of 15soys. !
Office,
Public Trust
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25thMarob.
1882.
Nomaialiou
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Managers,
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Kastsr Handicap Trot, Class Trofc (saddle),
TUKNBULL., MaKTIN and CO., !
Kespectfally ask
1
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of 50 sove, domination '203, Two mites.
Australian Mnuisi provident Buiidiaggf
Act; Notices.
MACHINE PKQPKiiSTQRS
New Zeal&nd Sifiiecr &b&
Siager.
Handic/jp Sbxlikg- Teox (saddle), of SO
Land
Transfer
street. Oanedin.
To take Cbiq opporcucity of-securing their
sofa, Nominai.loD 03. Oao mile.
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Supplies from the following
Auti&in Handicap, Class Trot (harness),
FORKAIKOUBA AND WELLUJGT,ON.
WEDNESDAY, MAKCH SOUS, 1832.
"OS-60 sove, Nominatioa 295. Twomll«>a.'
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(siddle), of Iα sove,
~--- • Handicap Pony7sTrot
Taking Cargo for transhipment to I?&xt6n t I
6d. Two miles.
Nomination.
EBTFIS, of Aacklasd,
Napier, New.Plymousn, Waosaaoi, |
MICHAEL
Handicap
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President's
She
several
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andb!eiihtiia.
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for Loodoa, will giv&aa
4ML jp?iorto leaving
aova, NToiuination ICs, One mile,
parcels of Laud fcerein-fter described KXaißal'lON
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fed
WKSOTMMO,Handicap
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S.S. WARaATJCA,
SERVANTS ON-TEUS BOOKS.
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189, partof Kural Ssctiop.loi, Btocir XV.,
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939, ||t
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LECTURES. of MS lias put anything £a the plico 0! poster
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the Bible-talk givea to the Students of God's truth ana- "being, «ad oi exsataoa.
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feithbyMr Worthingtos at Oddfellows ! the pajxft of those who claim theexclusive
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.the teaching of ous Lprd. orthodosji,
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Sfijl. Bias PBUST, THH SOiaißSj AHU TEM ~''...Wh'ea'. the' falsehood of the fall was moraland fcau" b ?' >/o sb.r- a'Jy i
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people,
Jcsaa, I2.QKiidj **novcp 3Effg^,r* ,1"..\.■'.:..
Jell also*, Thej said that? ha waa a God of ---damontei doeteiso?,
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For I toy miSo yots, tb&ii eieept your iovo and, bat author©! life.&xtd cteatk,.o! to'th-jpsguH ok'raenlt/an
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pghtepnmess shall esceed therightaooEness good, and evil, tho vaciliatiiigj changeful,
"modern oreaodoiv < tof the Scribes smd Ehariseea, ye shall in no uacort&ia'victim"of Ms owa Treaknosg, nad conihxusn,
of paganism, past or c sly ?•>„'':,
cast enter into thekingdom olfeeavea."— man'waa tlie playtMng9 the dupe, the sub*
and a "«ry litf!« «.!' h
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jscfe ol <?'O?i's mistekss. TMs vras tho c«a- Ob.r Ist."
In this thought! ther® are three cardinal ditioa-whea Jestu
ca tho platioem
Ho coadudod by ruylv;* <> '
points. First, tbara is a goal, aa objsoij, a !of Jiffisisa cxjQßaeaee. S?faey
as that iiisology ii corrutife, end ih-V
CQstiays s. destination to ba rsssaed or God crtsated" fcrath aad caor,
and iupl> in ectraptlng ; &a& l, ,\ V-".
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attained, this is the kingdom of heaven, the matter, M£© and
Jeans eaid th?fe a
itsoll vo mc ,"
ife 'foiiafeia could aofc hung forth ewe&t> vi.io?? Chuseh
purposeand.deeira of every man,f
is attainablo on certain conditions, that? [email protected]
and bitter, t&aaetmoaa.:in£;thrt& God
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nghteonsnesß-;;.sßdi' lastly* >tibat
create ct»aiiictiag
,-tid lYra nl i> r ■
li God is" tho titled Soclr! Rnvaiv
exceed a certain (Xuality,
sutb.oro? Mjhtj tsutilisad loTOj tbeb otp> «Byn~."l{ tho ChuuLtt r, "»'>.■
that of the Scribes &nd Pharisees.
■darkasssj error, and
could' »o? iaclsaci
rid 4c,'" w~i / ?«
At tillsssffiEiorabk cecasioa as the history; Mav®b&{,a
eoaeeiTOd ol by Biviae ralsd, i'iittritior. ! tH H-iVrthc*"
of ourLord he had ss&ched & distinct er&j asad ea
so
cskfecasa
cutaido c*£ tsxaai.
the time for pointing out ©m>r aadseparate secse.
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ctjpy of
ing hisfollowers from the world and from
With
oa© hmi. JTcaes grasped tho IFatittfr, ixitßili he tin'-' k, rhs \n)l <
the worldly worship '•'©£.■ that'< day had,: Mid witt the oth«? Mo rs&chsd down to His
teeme*if<'»'Mo y«ia, «irC u^.;
arrived, until this time ho bad proclaimed
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dividing its into cwdo end rreL,
Baring tho courses <r tho Iw'.j
referred to, Da, MgtiT a. •„,*' 5 ,''
aa authority, aa<l o qrotit'en v>
him to support the icJiusssTu '!.. /,
Momerio w&3 fos: nrmv •$ eva r
the Church o£ Su-rlind, rf, ;•*■,
lessorol JLogic nsti McH| %■:!;„ ,*<
College,
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had eomo direct
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they opposed [email protected] advent-of a a©w
QodV aiidwho
teacher
proclaimed a new doctria©
seenuDgly antsagosiatie to theirs. Tto.tra®
meaalag of th©'_ Mosaic;"'law 'had ■|jeea'losfe;
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covered -with velvet—or
eorsa ol a descried ipbh s-i k, •*>
resosoil&t-od, a**l i?'.i>AsJn?'».
fed witU import cv stiauir »<.-»
Charckbodraps-d H blnch. -.it,
be & reqtumu, ia !ioaw; ivjfV •
dead ashes thoy <?oiiihi|*. J L f,
priests bo taught, hy tl\ |.\vi'>(nave failed to tJaJi tbai/fr
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power by splendid cjilcr, 3,, d.'■
com® the g&r&hhed c.jvaiehrcs <a '?„
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tho tyranny of tho ?JiJc lo
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of the spasmodic, hyakricii i,r\ ,
"'efforts that descend* lutes o >"" ' "
ventina potson.il q.iia it i, ?,
when the Charuh for. 3 £tik>2 i »«s■*.'
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Boaad through, hence meaaisis a
mask." This is tho highest form of life,
and h«ee is th© highest concept 6f God to I am willing ca aeeojjfc 1 im rw au
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■this teacher.
In a reccnti Jntarvnt?
Hβ continues,
logt
word
has
person
Londoa ho eaid~" i'ho nJo-i
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th»t< meaning-, aow."
authority I rule, sapectjao much $?iv2<l»i? jfa,
By tha authority of this theologian 1 of Ma <!e¥otcP3 ej djj £va «!i!<" <"
Wβ
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that
Again,
do
ase
mnso ; maa—stagnation! is t.!h ecol-,K^S- 1
no& be deceived with a per cenl
bonus at li months hence, whenyon can all thiukera aad philowphsra, wiAh law Juefcia proportion c 3 Ih> Kγ.'
.gee the same cla&i of goods 10to 50 nee cent, exceptioas,, do not
ol form? bat* of eaecatedtho clergy b"r»>!no 7 *
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; power, inteliigeace,.'spe&k,
less from small shopkeepers.
aad will." In that underataadiog them, and vJfoo 4 S
If you want the best value in
GLASS. CHINA, CUTLER., PLATED statement the personal God of his first ©$ the Church wo nUtr-iK- »
WAR-, aad USEFUL GOODS
statement k destroyed absolutely, and the Ohiiroh itself majr cor cl<?c~» J, ,f 0
laaaad&arj
personality is changed into will, intelligence,
it o> r
and pt>«er.
of tho CSi-fafijKj
?5»o uay ]i
22S CASHSL STREET.
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But
listen
sftmo
aashorifcy dnutc4 by'oiiagain j ** There must be form
(Next to __• Duggan, painter)*
.dstLanded—American Scrnw Top BofeUea at to everything to our minds. If distinafc logical lecturer «? 4\fl—|,£i" '\\«>
-.-&_! from anything elee it must have foi-rn." Mpatiorie'% ooQilaot as c t c^ 1
lowest cash price,
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must be received with the greatest caatioa. Hβ was ordalacti po a pjfeihjrp. h
I hope no when clothed in such statements. Church belonging io
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Again, Principle, is more objectioiisiblo Bishops,, t>ut of a CbuccSi of ihrj; L
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>By SpecialAppointment to his Excellency the thanpersonality, oecause it
nofchmg.' would attack anything ia lhefJh>\,/
11(. i Sail ot Onslow and preceding Governors. How atrange that th© dictionary should say trary to Christ'a teaching Jj.»
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COMMISSIOIf principle maaaa beginning} commoncemtnts, Churoh hSiri. losfe its iitrtueaeo o."'
source, origin, fundamental substance, cultars, and no longis? nk-,,
STABLES,
if con- laiaiatey the be?1!? inoa fret.
178 AH- 189 Q-_3UC~aa_a Ste___ W_s_. j energy, primordial cause,
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with, this, h® wooM cay f;&at aitiea. In a half cot.ttiry» vi .i>
--fflndans, Brougham- and Haasomafor ,Hlp fronted
eojr<i;s "cal~}
tMakers}
reform,
will
sad
do
not'
usethe
pMlosopliera
Drags
at CacwPrices. Four-in-hand
aud ever?
of tho aiiion, tv «*,
deaoriStion of Carriage on Eire, Unequalled •word in'its teas sense, sad that hia school leefcual
Wedilngf Turn-oats.
) had a differentmeaning £or it, Boca its not iafluanco whatever ovcif vh0i.T?. .,. 1
La_!ea aad Gontlomsn'a Hacka always oa
Dr. Moaiosb the : preciv; 7
hand. Horses bought and mid on mms-tmbm,, euggest a quaslioa to themlad9 whenroad- origin'
of pricsta.. Ho r iva- »-,< i
ing,, thai to© escssHeiit old m&a, oar Dtjau,
Horses carefully fcr-_M to h&meso. " '■ , ;
Teiephoa© No. 197attended Irons tl &,_*. tui IS iriterpr^ta' tho per&ooality ©I God in one maa did not think whea
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p—_ _!o_r caba not in, best on nt&nd sent, ; M&y, aad this high
bat ooQctvintly root'rrijij; e-ltr
in another way.
psisat
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The, ohisi olSciaf of eccleaiastidsm here piiilosophiaiag. Ho cccck<JoA "
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mak,es.ths etatemesJj .that tho doot-rinu 0! aaowia porsoa o? porcoj i \,\, ,>
the Aloassieal is a felsa and ho thought tho bost %rdjr o£ iv»\
dootsine, tio-% taught hj the [email protected] tow bj bribery, whi«!i 5I
CONUDRMW
S ANTED. pernieloat
Churoit, ®e4 is eonfcradioted afc tho oi;her knows to fall whoa luocl, ",,', .
Ids dioces© .by'aaofehesr high priest, hlmsell nothing delighlsd lina ii"For the pofjioss of eserciaingf tb# ori&* gd of
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naUfey of our jon-gsteFS'at tne'coming ~Bs© Blehop Btends l>efor© a ferga oaHgre- blood.
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Christmas and. New Tear ..par-jpp,-tbg gatioa -asd discusses hell, denying feat' M$ be Bsosii accoptabiu
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tho gOßiicsHji «-, 2? "■
Company■will [email protected];on« ChuKli teaoheate, whenthe ciorgyman of a Dr. M.,
W&toburt..'Watch
of their new watc-BS to the boy and gfe* irabosbau poxiah ©reaches a literal hsii honx Tfae priests wero goaUouicn ~7>a ■
to Bqtjaro tho gode—lou tv
nnder sixty yearo of age who will eendT in tbdpareittbof Dives, mdLassros.
lil •tho bess..-ongUi-i pan, joke, eonnndrami
Kβ Bishop of■ this diocese iteads In the the orthodox ttpatyiw ©f tl.g ,V
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tha
sannLvai
from
these
Cathedraji "and states thai ea© wl>p epcake
charade os?.
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watch to the Wate?bory Watch Company oath©totrUQfcioa
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of t'a® dovil is.putting
P.O. Bos 1*99,Doaedlo, not lateg than7tfi up a stew effigy whib
aa nofe £o.u«l ia ~,.,
the iacuinoen-i of of tha fi?i-iiiiiy
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mora ajptrus® "than -the third --problem id another'parisa grata npon paper the' statea roaoo3bo«'* }.'» I',
Euclid, pans not. mors than ordinarily spent that he who'denies a personal devil gh&mo
villainous, and any jokes submltte- mnsti denies the authenticity of the Scriptures. of feh© Ai ia,ia:iiv £ ;d \ >,/
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be pungent enough to dawn on t_e „vQr4 One of the chairmea at a lec&ure l&st, week rola,, a ehftractos
age Seofeohman within one .week from the fintla time arid iaclisaMoa to say tbjit 0 Cicero taid, v Ego
period of adndniacmtioa..' Aay.cbmmu-i*! literal hell is. -false,' whan within the last hut fee Eoglteh \ 'or<\ c ;„'! ,* ,r
cations which do. not como np to these .six moatM he stated ia-writing that he who samo tbiiigs rcieas's r us),tu\ t 3 ;■ 1
standards wffl-EOt-fa©:utilised, and if any-*
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a literal hell denies the aufchosifcj of a dlrasfi
thing mora than usually brilliant appears denies
classical
the
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nay©
will
advertising
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Mtmbmzbsg
thto, wliea the Bisliop
to its,- -The fonjj
chancs- of- laying olalsacaught
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the plasfces has' by 1 his 'official efctesraaea deairoyed
veracioaa angler, who
of Paris trout. in. " Three Men in a Boat 1I verbal msgirafeioa, the teaching of the ,la .aoasearu U.*:t,r niU ttlicoSsgbiu'-j V/i*'-,
will be nowher® with the people who wfll j Churchregarding feell, the tsaolungof the to |)kaw That
vr«. fi-vo fo-'I v
have confcribated ©vary- smart thing th_f3 j
Cfeesdj, a»»<S his Chizrch's" d.oo« tons©?
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**« I trifi© ,• of 'the'.' Atoasiasat,
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is it aoSs«.-questioa gertia-snt
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the fundamental <lool» im i «$* ",'
philosophy and ethics d jsphywl i<\
last week in tho treatmcut of h,\\,\, ,which theOhisrcH rhonUl l>3 l<- ' "/''
and will. Pat listens
JEfoME" powar,"intel%eii<s©,
Persraiality. is. the highest term of lif« w®
and worldliness 5 its principles weira misiaaxtd its'cosnsjaads misapplied, ":■ §0
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B©H-rightssttKsess' that they ; eoald not loolc
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1beyond-the lcoita of theirvcreedsiuui dig-;
cerate trus mesuning of Jeaus
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Folders,
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Sp6etul-.a,
Goods,
tot&®
Bvszy dam of Optleal
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atartasl!
,lie showed th© selatioja befcwses the old 'as&i
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aSßaaSlwoEkgaasaafes^ /-—
V&e feas fjeea -estacked the new, clofeblag the Mosaiolaw withlovfe
epidemic of lα- and.ejxlowiag it: vuih. Efe.- ■.;..>
Jgjj Willi tie
f
fESeasafenws Ih&l it is very
lowering; to Judging th® Hasiresa's ssotivs.by itlieir
general
ayeteSj
fe«diag
tfes
aasd
fekaS
&
they.?feeli©TCd him $0 \fe©. avasarperi
pasndtteS to BOTOB O. -MOBtJOl? ANHEOSSOIK BWJTOB
BEFEEENCBS kincbyCfelafeoysli,
sli t-hroagh the Gtriying for
&m& BQGtQB 9L Q» ©U?aMft ef,
* of waiknsts
aa«i'; they' elenoiincsd;
I* & MAMHIHG. of
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& Haspßemer' aad.-'a aeyii ''They.
Mmthat;
seesssary
some
Sw»i *tt Is Mg&lj bs kvkeo to bring eaw-him .as the reflection .of'their, owa
l?onis madlclua shooid
a foe, isstcad of. a friend. ■ ■ They:
proper standards, boto more. ctrfemcissd him front their eooietyj ;^asfe: Mm
c&sssa If not famedtete^
develop© mid ;oai of .their' plac«s :ol worship,-and &$Mj:
• serious eomplaiata sn»y
mowgefk md .cracißed Mm,
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(lAfS
CO.),
Oaslew
eoajLord
&as
.'Ka Ebccellesey
and they seceired him ao§, aad:.la t&&
RAtT,. TENT,
CWTBMQi ■ sssualca&sd
W&A& asd*
&© 2oc&-to MosliSS'Marj Joseph
mge.puahed; the
aa& HOPS and TWINS-MAKEES, i.- f*> AiiiNtrt.'fkafe A© remedy 44 KASAaAj"' ss- fciind
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dow^ftad.teodit'-tuider&totb'
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Bosißsss ol [email protected] B. HALB aad CO., CbriatdJtoefe, w© etoll OontißU© to piEfecfc.tonie
s&4 she. ask, Why did they not recogaisa &&:
ean> ©§»#*-' Bttbi£e.iß&y ana Tsry fortifying,
as
Csmr ItOα Is the same ats'i® sad
Sh® Oovsssor .SavioQ3r|,..Poor-'miogaiided high pdesfr sed.
Sfefe®M£&stes
wliSi Mssass B.?
; of,'4ldi| ,eoloaf w©®Mbo* β-aciltestl- scribe aad. Phariwe i. .Tfe® world rejected 5
aatee Sic same GoodMateid&t sztd
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siwajsasted im,
Him Ihenj, aadii 19jects,flisa
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iiapersoaal Jesus is in the midst o£;tke"
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with
a
world to>da>y, m Hs said, L», I am with
sg®fSS£S wto ©£®
you always." Th© angel *at the saesasion
Ctoash as ©a ©fias sfleofc £coxb Issfiaeaza
give
to
«mTpastfcralerlJ
jsesested
c temps. , & fall "trials and I§ mule eaid that h© would cam® &js&£n la the ©loadj
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cloud ofblind belief wMeh hrajg oves His
• may fee as wd Sβ meatloa tea that
has psurfced, &ael ii© CSiris& has
Him# SsrMilss ss® ssl cheap asai assly j
gfS3lJ&tSsll©S«. teS SSO HIM© lip la SSCS ; appeased ©acs nsorsj 5 tie gates h%vs beea
eeaseal»,Sga tea 4&*fc *&ey raay s§ first iiltedj asd tSte King of Glory Jsa o&sa© m
&ls Is nol so, | with health t'j -. he sick, hops to, tii©
siglitagpess
a& flcMatheiire?? mmw aascermg fcesH- j oprassssd, and ;^. _• and charity to aJL
racsiisls wMds osv® oses seeelvea e
i iet m lesra y, Isesoa from fefen history
proaziaixffis eualliesl t&sl wlae la being of the period £ha& oraeliei Him. &
their fe&s worsMp that orevented the JswiJ
Willi tlsoî psjsracffis w&o laSiT© gSvea fee
SmiM la Hi feme
% thms
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, Introdacea.
&as©dis3 a Ida!. crsvioßslT
net of principle, ife wsa oera'
ra®distess
M©
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msmM
fmshe?
ttaa
moral.
refigioa
a
fertel
&
ofkMs
Ife# SkaSasa lasv© srseefesi
Cefesva&el wt «wSd »®jlaly asfe tboee. Into
Mow fiti® timefe? Fsmsfeislag How® Imps**
theasani bottles la tons sad mat© rather tfaaa of lots for Qo& mi.
sad Itoesi
w w> sale of dgtsleaa
with as to
Wke Itsva bsl ©revioaely dealu
the geal of
yefc this feas fee«a dssns by snaa., Bublie gopalsmty
aa4.
EBoot&s,
fees"fcfetels©&<*»wJieseowxb^tooue
«us
caa
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estas^©feetteeWaeefci*n
theiraspiration., gad ??as their god,' Agaasfe
mmsmnwssiMm
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from the maaafesfesres1 efifi i»vii« thai
iaBAHA
sSdlytemembnr that
Is this eztsrasl salf-iighwKjasEesSslesjs warasd
tevLHKtt&ajs I® til® systeia, ®&& that aHse. Escepfe yout
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Laxem Sfeocks always kepi of Hopes, I&ifis* Swla£& Hsl&J?aEsj'M©j*B»
corafe&t
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exceed ma> rlgkteQasasss of caste aad class,
Tarpaulins, Tenfes, flags and CMsMsip^lsJ®.
C©Bgfet es Broadsitß of professioa sad
vKh vqr
_. ; shall sot eater the ELioj§d©m ofaudHsaTes. y©
The mast proißaseat; fea««r© of th« seof to-day is this wrj eelf-nghtesasaesa. How often w© hear tute remark,
nothing better
she oldrdMoßi
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wide dSECsrebce betweep
prs-i
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Jlaeolty
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i%Ylls fl,n
Best BmnSa Boiler,. 251b
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l®Bfel}itt«-!Tonic, aaa I coasiderit-efeis
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SpsfkiingCrystals,
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of che stomach. It has given
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sheHasoesd
j *it fe>r many years extensively and suceeas.-'-a '•-•-—---*
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results
old psopl-3 s w&o had nslsieti
thei? coitsfcStatlons by the abuse of in>
"aacTatifierlng sl&®s having turaed over
new leaf.
(LAKE S. HASBB&0SI),
Kawana, Marsh, i^B.
MA23AH,—S cespectlolly thank
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COACH FACTORY thhms ace not» realised. Some of the high\
r;;. (_£ta__slsed ©yes Twe_fcy-Sve Yean.)
priests of fco-day, who profess to teach tn®
peopfe ol Jesus Christ, hare annoncced
tte& M'ghtiMJtisaesa daring tho past woek. j
followißg statement hta been xoade by
Alr*ro- , _Jffl'ajOM^ -^IAaSI tm 4Nsfiß,:'mouth-piece
of the Mgti -prfesfe.
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BUfOIUB
lowest;
VICTOR-- ANB
fona fef bsing is
sSamce; we advance from matter to vegatac.' Carri-ges and Trass [email protected] life, thsia
ATEST IMl_zb-'
to
f
"sontieafc
life, then to
&4 Cars from lOagtad an. America, and aro .inafonctjfre life,
to intelligence, to j
maßUlact*ari*ig the saras of the best material
.tsoearaWe, eombi-fllnK aSectioas, 'to emotions, $n<| to epiritaality* j
and workmanship
9txengt- wittt light-eas of -weight and draughts in "AS ascsadiag scale ol the theory of
BteeFbe-is osed ia idaeejaf Irant-ritero praft- .bsiag."
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We _av® received �arr -atteriißf •anss-eites '""One whoota&ds -to tcsacH fchesiatsmenfeof
tes!a_Ks_l_~frcj_m_ayGf
th© leading eitJ-Stss Jesus Christ, that QwL h$ spirit, s»k®a the
aad others in our colony, spe_kins in the asssjftioa thtit spirit is tho ©Sleet ol laattor,
highest termaoi the appearance, comforl, and.
evolve from matter, aad is produced by
wearing qualities of our goods.
We _kv© feaken the largesta _i_b«- .of Med®—) and throagh matter. Again, this ecuso
Prises, and Certiacateg awarded fas carriage mosthpiece makes tbia .statement; "Ihs
builders in Canterbury, having sained-.tne Mghesjt fona' of life kaowa to aa is exPtesidenfaCßpof the A. and P. Assoolatloa
of New _.__-—d presssd. ia power, intelligence and will.5.
for the mostpaints
manufacture.
That |a a vary esceliaat dafioitioa of &
We inviteinspection of our large and.varied msia.:
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veMoles sow in our -how
aißorfcrasat oflargest
These words, he gays, ar® appropriated
and most, varied assortRooms, The
t__ber employedin carriage boi-U-g: for the purpose o£ describing persojmsity.
mentofZealand,
all well matured and seasoned Then the highest form of life is personality,
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and the words used to dsscribo it ax»
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labours;
Mother my©onar&fcal&fcions onlse?relief
of
ttoey are of 'great Yslue for the
htunaa miseries, and'appearto mc capable
of furthering colonial industry, and
•should
at the same time bo profitable go
those goaS wcrka which an© seeks to
realise.
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ParramattaLima Juice lOd. Shlifrlstjl Ptoeafc New Currants spperlb
Sparkling White GryafeJlSa«ar 2id per
Preserving Sugar, Queensland, ajdper Finest NewValenciaEaiefns 7dper lb
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SnowdropSugesM per JbGkMJdOldßieaieaßsisineedjpefffb
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Paramatta Lime Jaica 10d per bottle ~
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Blosg's
Easpbexry
3d
Ford
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FinestCaliforulan Muscatels Is per lb
Mauritius Snowdrop,
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oi fine tea, 2s 9cl
taining
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foi: ;
Fancy Baskets, containing |ib fla© tea, Rich Ripe Full-bodied China,
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2eSd
Indian and Ceylon Blend, Q;S AX> Ceylon, veif fins tMe& goldeSi
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Finest Panyong, China, Dar©leva-.. JMCIB
Honqua," 23, in Clb or 121b tins Sd per
jeeUng, todiao and Ceyloa OS Aβ ' Grown only on
At
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Siswheap, Is 6d
Wβ Import and Buy in the Cheapest' Markets, and "no firm has better facilities
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Best Pearl Sago, l£d perlb
for giving Good Value; therefore we asr® determine <MS aoliOiSSg, Wholesale ox
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m&u, eSaligive bsttssr va&e& thaa
Flake Tapioca,
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Oatmeal, hsd psr bag
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toe digestive orgsiaa am out of
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order a good reliable TOjQlo is
Whole Ging©?. 8d per Iβ.
to
required
bring them back to theis
aormal state.
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Fees {or Dormitory Patients Redwood to
Mt Dkab Doctob,—■
15s Pear Weak.
to ::.■'....-...:.
I feel grateful 6© ?<wa for- yearadvice
For p_rtic_U_s apply *' Tha Secretary,"
fay tae%m»e4ies extracted from New
OF *" HOME
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Seaiaod nlanta, aad prepared by the
CaiAadr-l
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Slothes Maty Joseph Aubert.
and
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BEWARE OF THE MONOPOLIST AND
posiiioo to 'inform yoa that I have foana
SUPPORT SMALL TBA_r|_sa
-It'frill payyon, '->
them pes£s&tis satisfocsoiry. They are
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New Dates Gd, Bsbra Fine Feaohes,
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New Apricots, Pears, and
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Gooseberry Wine, 2s4d
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Ginger Wine, Is (Ml
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Dandelion Wme, Is 8d
English Kaspberry Vinegar, la 4d to
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poa&aitt la realisation.
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more? they d© ar>ij ho* ■-, I-• ! *
Adaai, tlit, 3?al;hue «2 v I,- n ~'.
ofthos®who are perfectly satisfied with their
it has dooel fo? theia, ho%&
how msxch
much they caa
application ife bsssa to fchsfe i'daily life, &&d
you find them o&happy, an 3downtrodt!e»,
and. rick. Saltation ia to shea?, a thing liaf
wiU fructify somotimo, .somewhere, after
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mystery h»i
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WL, BfiSOS'g, •of ..the Chaceu, ami wiih it ho,-» '?,
All things ia man's cdacegtioa
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~ | were lowered in and hj that story of his extinguished and her fsuwr «o ,"
Mother Mary «j^%s "_.
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fe»
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a tefcser
where the false sease dweffs to-day, a iwgh-. over hor."
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White Herring in brine, "Silvorea "or
iioch Fyne Fresh Herrings, the true
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hrotimm aud -isought to life thorn inVo tho
Kiagdom of Heaves. Hit. erpkltdal inrsxohed to God, =.tj CGisr.%
reached upinto ihe lieaTea of Bivino csvftad dotpa fspotsgh fesla iaco ous
aSairs s aud lilted—ylte,?, vi an. To am.or*
sfcand Hiinjis to abHo. in' Hb'lifo j tozuisHmi is feo ioto the Tray,
A psnoaai apprebi-asioa of Jcsoa trill
s&to no aa% fos kea-vaa is
Effsched
paruH&lity. To ths :e?iC23 o! iho
disciplea JeiiTis was personality and the
Ciadsts -C7S3 untsaea, oMToagh Hs repeatedly
tiled to correct tna w c«or s
efe laofc
said, 4*3t> ia espedionb for you thafs Xgo
way." Sho
gricat, the smte, sud
Ffaarlsca
of t-o-day tiss t'SMBg t&c-lx backs
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tho;3 el old tstaed ftom ihs porsoaal
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its elai*ns must dj c)'?,il;\ii
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gaifcfe the fo," o; w 36 h v,>
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iHapasti error— <r;* inwn ibr
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destroy without ral«■,?!? a In
aounoa the aisbli 0" '<u"Ji l rr :
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of < call :s.ni\%,: ~
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The cataract; of sease still eoreia <;ii©
spirittsal ©ysj, and Mdes the spiutaal iw'a yicldiß s aJiifii.v r J I.";
M being; frk, leligioa 0! to-day hag divided willnos fn-f&fe M' cl '.
aisa into
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-lew*, it "wiß aot heol tl»e sick, despito tbe
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will hoal ail
Popatentj i: Ti&t iiifi UA- i->" r rt
Instead cf proclaimiag peaco oaeartLaad Tho anjerivy ctciF. >1 >c
-good-will to"3vms<ls mans, it proolaiias ms to aad oho.o s atirdci"?, T :'< \•> i
the kails, siad to the hil* 6i tit® Laife, tlio
s'viv
Lei un cawo faa,
.war oS aacrefe apsassijiatics, of pubMe ostracism, of hats, Istole»nc9 and aiisrepi'estja**ia
znik is tr; !>»,'* !S
tetioa, HSBfesadi of
to so-caL'ed
©Tit .-la© Aft,,ejtels of tho
tho /Ham i»U I'O,*, f .f F f
J&ckbitera, lavestora ol
tMHt;as the gotxghti to itU tb •wc'-Icl <if i
'despibsiul, tho implacable, end felits tiu- tho vrorLl baa rejc?t~tl 11. .
sei.'eifalj are exfaauateJ to multiply
eisteJiss© sad eonfiis*
pad Phsriwi'a
">j ms fj'
would
cnie? fho K"ls» 'J*/- ;(
for the Church CwMcfe wo qaderstosdnot ia the coll-Eip"atsoi'~"jo'
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O'l i "the't«mis.ttsed] Dutiß afes broafcH
OVist', Cvi |ivl v; _«! <~
iaolading all who call themselves of tho becomes
<hV V'sl jl* i
Charch ol .Ohrist)i-wHiis jrespea&ißg %h&
1"? ritou >r. "
presaxae*
of people asid sects, -we rago mv« Je."ir rfT'i't*"
fioaesl
iaslsl tlsal
thinklostksia- exceed tUi*,
rc'iet. i".
gsiTeSj that the 'fj&sfe "'is s. poo? tMsker J:or
with the high jvi.-t3 ci >_: 1
the pwaeafe, and thafe tkakiag throaglt a cenruro,r>"
.All
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higk »ri®Jt, scribe, or Phadsea is dav««y aa eW to prec-cut- ih» u-i
as»sem-safe,
Sfeera Is a© thought in the were poi,«blo v s ua. i v*" ;~f
wide expEinse of eternity that is no 6wifcliia platlon of thflui
ri?'ht< ws !
the icqg<a sad ceaseiaasaeif of ©very aoaa.
«zcccd tlici of the U il>..■ >'
Thß"(Mmchf
hee high !Too2coo<l thnt ifcr.jutv to *-i' .r_'u i» " iw'
estate, aod become ao apologist.
She •oth
ssaS' a?
rtrncls on
c 'defesrivs, nsiaiiiniß" pJioat cL".t .cla' fli j*. n.iii"'
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dostriaa and dogma, thinly dkgolssdl tmcier fraio of
ehiftisg
\Tluca mea,a sac recognLjosaJi w>^rfM<*' a:? *:•";;, 3
h*',</e
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thiag Is tho month of a bishop, arolKei v/hwa v/c
thiog "fh.n dsfiaed bj a «leaa 3 aud, still ts cteruiftyj) deep r.-sd vM< '•-'-'
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gracs, tho wail of tits!i%&
the aaj.ee
&nd cral4e>a3s.ji& ©i. tbe cfiho,
tho
iatolcßuu;@ ©I ti» Phame9» all rove the ecer£y of o"ui*oicxas*!ij\ « "
dteliaeof tkoCtiarch th.onga a> ffolly sur- ihe maaiff "tat i-jh ahl m\>
laastfe© jfcvcn tnu i<,?, ■?••«■* *passing that ol Isajel ©1 &M,
usgr<iatercosfTOiea. TioCharch is with- the cocooßtmtt'-n fl'-'&uUe '• t*
out* spiritual gni&anct, las tjoad«|jo to ccnsat*«s; find t«;o »"»* .r -do
world!j desoats. She divides jitoi" icio rric9ts xihs bcjhj, .'lit! u'o V" '<
Breiabfttoimftg, WesloyasSj, j>tothodist.s» and It dues you alaud wilMa at 1,,
Auglican£! s instead of tuailEg theia in tao fesss to bo
jvu r.
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wiUi a® solid food* aßytMssg Is gi%ea k> amid ail tho shifting
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its Stoefc of WiaesTnd Spirits held by this
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Assorted doseas of Liquors are ppHe
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Spsuial arrangements made
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A choice seieotioa of finest Indian and
Cigars.
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Pumps aro Kasier to Work than any
:iiiwt and are Thoroughly Rtliable; owing to
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J.vjrays ■primed.
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laduding—
*i»tnt CourtShoes
latestTie Shoes
Qkcs B3a with Plat Heela
0307 other Lines now offeringat Very
Moderate Prices.
HFR ASSUBANCS SOCIETY
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35ea's Patent Slippars.
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lafsßts' Ankle Straps.
Date.
Kid Battoa and Lace Shoes
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31at March, 1885
CJeaaemea'eCoCTfc and Dress Shoes.
31st March, 18S6
AND BOYSMBOOTS OF KVERY 31st March, 1887
DJiSCRIPTION.
31st December, 1887
31st December, 1888
31st December, 1889
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31st December, 1890
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FUBNISaSS
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LOWEST CHARGES.
Polißbed Colfins fraxa &i 109.
Please Note the Address—Corner North and
133 Colombo sireat. TeleEase Belt. Office,
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THE STOCK
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Period.
IS KEPT WELL ASSORTED
31st
March, 1885 £1;1S1,864
Year ended
UPHQLSTERES, AND
UNDKRTASEa, Itovtex iiigh 'street,
31sfe Mat-ch, 1886
ftSBKAST ARRIVALS OF NKW GfOODS. Year eaded 31st
An&airoag's, ■ ,-, ■
opposite
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1,305,060
March.lSST
Year ended
Jpunerals Furnished ia the besfi stfleaetite
fear ended 31st December, 1887 1,469,788 ovrtsst earreac rates oa snortess no&oe.
RJ COLONIAL BOOTS
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Year ended 313t December, 1883
We have the
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1839
1,895,563
31st
December,
ended
*4P,SJSST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY. Year ended 31st December, 1890 1,938,100
Year
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CASINBTMAKSK.
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the Last Year
LARGE STOOK cf the Celebrated Note.—The New Business for thoSadety
tfea
BftAND. Kvery Pair ateolntely "maintained the position, of
,^ 1to*- give
of
all
British Life
oa
the
List
THIRD
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ag
Honest Wear.
Offices {some 97 in number).
Kequirameats
are
SPECIAL TABLED
wli o laiow the trooWe ie keepißK Combining Life Assurance widx3av£nga Bank.
d sirls prepay afc«* β^ool4 v*3l6
Fall particulars may. bs obtalae* oa
application to O&ce.
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%iU UNIVERSAL CO-OPSBATIVB BOOT
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Bis&icS Agent for Caaterbiay,.
HARRISON DAVIS,
SnpariatcadeoßCi AgSata.
?S& S&Z eala»d.
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Kew Zealand ?Vheat—Loag-berned, fine,
43s &d to 44a per 4961b.
New Zealand Whsst—Short-berried, fine,
41e to 42s par 4361b.
'Australian Fiour—SupsrSse, 27a 6d to
28s $d per 2?0lb gro?a.
Australia -Floor—Patsat, 29s to SQs 6ti
per 2801b gross.
New Zealand Barley—Ho. 1, 2§a fco 353
UNFEEGEDEHTEB,
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COHEN'S crrr i«oan and disCOUNT OFF2CSS,
t>
ISS Colombo street,
At.Uaprace&tnted.XsOvrFdc«s»i
Kor instance—
Genuine ROTHKRSAM'S SILVER h&YBR
WATCHES. from £2 103, aiaiQdS new,
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frith three yearns Jaraatee.
aTs©,
per 504ibs.
New Zealand Peas—Average, 30s to 25s
per 5041b.
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New Zealaad Peas—Wriakle, 35s to fSOs
per 5041b.
• New Zealand Cockaloot—Fine,, 60s to S2a
per 1121b nett.
New ZealandCocksfoot—Coaomon, 34s to
40s
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1f0*....%*&*&& Hemp -Baring the past
four weefis four public auctions Have
been held, and 4300 bales offered, of
which 2300 bales were sold at and
after the sates. Shortly after the date
of
'issue :■'.ais /impro?saieiit in
demand took' place, brouglit about by
sn increase ia.theeijqairy from, the United
StafesiSisal.
~fe>. Ifee.jrapid
Prices oonsequeatly afebaeed at the earlier
auetioHS, lormedium aa<iall lower qualities,
to>-foe' extend of fmtn1 2Qbi toSOs per-ton,
kiQdß_o«
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"price'£l S3, now 47s:6d.
VH" Snits, iisoal
Worsted Suits 5Sa to nieastire, tverth £4
10a. Beat Saddle Tweed Tfousara 17s. First
of eyery
class cutte?. Ready-mads Ciothiag
fieacrloUoß at almoss balf price. , Uselsaa
aaoting prices, The goods mu3C be seuL 21. J,
oSlorafao ssceet.
Faaoy
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'stationary/, at the ad-
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vance, a slightly easier teudeacy becoming
apparest towards tiis close.-■'A eoasidera-
abfe arrival business, aggregatiag "aboat
9(H> .toas; good fair Welttogton,' was done
towards tfee end of last abath at
sntSftraTAKD -VIGOUa l&s
'cif.
from -£2l
"'December-January :e,ad
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JanQtoy-Febsnary. shiprasst. Lsrg« sales
of Manilla have been effected, at froia £29
5s WSSS-.'iSß-e.i.f. for fair cotxeoti, smd
the market; closes firm at the latter figure.
Sisal, after adysaeing to. £26 per- ton. ex
qjjay
has givenwwasys thepreaeat
eppUaace!».--G,B.'
pii€»;.|»elsjg £g4-'per.tosu W® quote ?-r-'""
•*.».,.
Certain Cure tor Nervotß Uelnhty, Weakensoft,
Superior
bright hemp, 524 to £25
teg; Losaep, lodiKesUoa. Itbeiiaiatuja. Back
per ton. .<■:■.■:: ■ ■ ■
ache, Bladder and'Saauey fiouoles, ImpoGood medium, wsU. dressed, J223 10s to
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tence, &c
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■■fiair to medium.'£22
to
wk. SOTilAJftf,
MsOicalJSJecfridaa.
Fair to medium, slightly strawy, S2G 10s
Utt MoatcsaJ etrees, tlferistcliurch.
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in'the interval export business has, ruled
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very:qmet ;in sympathy wiih European
wheat markets, and the price of No. 1
wheat has declined to about Idol 67£e per
cental f.o.b. The weather has up -to this
time been very favourable, and tho outlook
for the new'crop from to-day's standpoint
ia excellent.
Freights to the United Kingdom remain
in about the same position. There is little
or no inquiry for tonnage, and 20s iron
vessel for orders ia more or less a nominal
quotation, while for new crop loading ia
August 32s 6d is possibly obtainable.
.At Portland, Or., and Tacoma, Washington, a very limited business is passing, and
the position is unchanged.
Hops continue firm at about 22 cents
per Ib.
,
.Exchange—.Wβ quote bankers sixty days'
sight bills on London at 4.36^d015; merchants' do do d03.35£d015; merchants' do
do on Sydney, 4.70d013;
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LYTTELTON.
Mokday, March 28.
(Before H. Allwright and J. Hamilton,
JLaecemy.— Esqs., J.P.'e.
J. McCarthy was charged
stealing the sum of 12s 24d from J.
! with
Smith in the Eden H<*use boarding house,
Dublin street, Lyttclton, during Friday
night last, and X. Dowd wit& receiving the
knowing ib to ba stolen. J. Smith
Jsame
deposed to sleeping at the house in questioa
on Friday night. Ho had- 12s
2£d in hia
pocket, which he placed in his waistcoat
pocket, and hung the waistcoast at tho head
!of his bed. Accused McCarthy occupied
the same room, and was awako when he pat
cisco, 3rd March :—
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tho money as described. In the 'morning he
found the money was gonel Saw the
accused drinking together at tho Empire
Hotel and asked McCarthy about the
money, when he denied knowing anything
about it. Informed the police of Ma loss.
The money was in four 2a pieces, earn©
ehillings aad sixpences, and 2|d in coppers.
Miss Riordon, barmaid at the Empire
Hotel, deposed to the accused drinking
there and Dowd tendering a 2a piece i&
payment. William Hoseock, of the s.s.
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Ardle, deposed to Dowd asking liiia o»
Thursday night to give Mm as much aa
would pay for his bed, as he had no money.
Constable T. McCormiok deposed to arrestSITTINGS AT NISI PRIUS.
ing the accused oa the charge. McCarthy
had no money on him when searched, bub
; Monday, MAEiqH *28.
Dowd had three 2s pieces, 6d, and 2|d ia
(Before his Honour Mr Justice Dennieton.) coppers. Constable Fitzgerald deposed
* The civil sittings of the Court were"re- to the .money being found on Dowd.
said he had got it from &
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mate of Ma on tho b.s. Ardle, 'He*
AM)
CLEARTT V. ffABD
CO., LIMITED.
Carthy said ha had nothing to,say in
SUPREME COURT.
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schooner Crest of the Wave, who deposed
plaintiff and Ward and Co., Limited, deto giving him some money on Friday
fendants.
set;
down,for trial night, in two shilling pieces, and early oa
The case ,had. been
a-common
before his Honour and
jury of Saturday morning giving him some more
counsel money in sixpences tuul euUlings. Sergeant
twelve, but on the Court
announced that it had been agreed to dis- O'Mailey drew the attention' of the Bench
pense with the jury,and try the case before to the fact that the money found on Dowd
njta Honour alone. An attempt was also corresponded exactly with the coins stolen,
matTe'to settle "the case amicably B but failed. with tha- exception, of tho-shilling or two
Hotel. The Bench
; The-statement;of claim .alleged that an spent at tha
j|,gr,eamQnt yr&a entered into between plain- considered the casa proved against both tho
and
.dated
Jan..
20fch
sentenced
1892,
accused, and
tiff
defendants
them to fourteea
s
whereby it was agreed that plaintiff should days' imprisonment.
lease from defendants the White Horse
■Drunkenness.—R. Miller and J. CameHotel for five'years, and purchase the fur- ron wore each fined ss, with the usual
niture, stock aiid effects at a valuation. If; alternative, for drunkenness. The latter
was.' subsequently agreed between plaintiff was also sentenced to fourteen days', imand defendants, 'under date of January 29fch, prisonmeafc for using obscene language %
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that defendants shpni|d, in consideration London street.
of. plaintiff paying a goodwill of £100,
repay, one. haft of the same on ,-his
KAIAPOI.
taking possession, aacl on this agreeMonday, Maech 28.
ment plaintiff signed a letter stating
his wilimgness to pay the'sum of iSIGG as (Before Captain Q. A.,Preece, 8.M., aad S,
goodwill to Mrs Savage. A valuation of
L. Wilson, Esq., J.P.)
the stock, furniture, &c. , was made oa the
Doa ■REGiBxa.4TiON.-~W. Stark, who.had
9th February, and on- the lObh February
plaintiff paid defendants £373,19aId, being been fined for neglecting to register a dog
ajnopnfc of valuation of stock, &c., together in his possession, in January, was again
with £100. goodwill under the agreement, summoned, the Borough Registrar
syid executed a counterpart of tho lease of the registration fee had not boca paid.
the•« hotel for five years. The plaintiff Defendant said he thought. he was done
alleged that he had repeatedly requested with the matter when ho paid the fine. _B|?
the defendants to put; him in possession consent .the. case was allowed to bt> with*
of•'the'hotel and premises, and the furni- drawn, defendant■ paying registration fee
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Crvii* Cases. —Moore aud Baker if
they declined and refused to do so, and still
and declined. The plaintiff Captain Cook, a Maori, dBI* 17s ; no apjpearauco of the Captain; judgment for pktafcil&
further alleged that he had paid the valuators for valuing, the sum of £1113 a7d, aad B. Hopkins v J. Berry j judgment !<W
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that he had demanded from the defendants plaiatili.
thereturn of the sum of £37319sId paid hy
Mm for the purchase of the furniture and
BOARD OF GOVERNORS.
effects'and for the license and, goodwill of
the-White Horse Hotel, but the defendant
had refused to return the same. The
The ordinary meeting of tho Board ol
plaintiff therefore prayed judgment for. tho Governors was hold &■; 3 p.m. yesterday. Pr««
return b£ the sum of £373 19a l<l as paid by cent—Mr P. de o. Males (Chairman), the
him with interest therein from, February Bialxoo of Christchnrch, Captain Oarsia, Hon»
15th for the sum of £19 15s 7&, expenses 0. T.*Peacock, Messrs R. Beetham, H. B.
incurred hy him in connection with Webb, L. Cohou, W. iMoutgomory, F, D,
such lease and valuation,
and for S. Noavo, B.
Weotenra. W. C. Walker,.
the sum of £125 as damages. Tho
W. Chryetall, E. W. Feeeday, J. V,
statement "of the defence denied all Colborne-Veel.
the material allegations of the statement of
Apologies were received from Messrs A
claim. It-wa3 further alleged that, in put- S. It. Ehodea, M.H.R., and Mr J. V.
suaace.of; the agreement and the authority Rosi,
coEtaiasd thoreis, the defendant Com"Mr Westksba, for Mr Spnokmatfj
pany negotiated with Mr Savage for a moved :—" Tliat in futuro the estuantes foj
surrender of -the lease, and for "the gale to the year be xranugi aphed and ciroutated
tiie plaintiff of the goodwill of ntock and amongst members of the Board of Goverraora
furniurter of tho hotel; and that Mra
at least four dayu be:ore the mooting of the
Savage agreed with the defendant Company, Board*,at which, it is proponed that they
j?*cti«g as agents for the plaintiff, to sell tho should bo presented for cpnsideratioa &u<3
stock and furniture to. plaintiff bu adontion."
p-nd
to accept .aIIGO for
Mr Vsel seconded the motion, tvhicfa was
£he goodwill. A valuation v;a& xnsdo carried.
on the Oth February,,. asd .possession
Tho following gentlemen were elected to
was delivered to the plaintiff, who entered fill the vacancies on the High Bchooi
the
and
on
the
busipremises
carried
iipon
Boards :--~Aku.toa, Mr O. J. Black,?
ness." The plaintiff, on tho lOfch February,
Mr (ko. Jno. Leech ; Waitnate,
paid to the defendants the mm oi £573 19a Raitgiora,
Mclveo.
Id, for the purpose of paying th(i same to
The report of th ■; Special Committee o!
■Mrs S&vago as the price of the stock, the School
of Agriculture wns read an under,,,
The
furniture,. license and goodwill.
The Bpccibl Committee appointed by eke
—'"' to confer with a &uu-G'oniinitiL&Q oJ
.defendants.; were subsequently informed Board
that Mrs. Savage ■ had/, ro
posses- ■tho Lincoln 'College Bonrd of Advice, oa
rthe hotel and ■• premises, -and jnaf/tero as to tho appropriation of the
had forcibly expelled him from thehotel fanus
of tho School "of A-jriewli tiro foe
The defendant Company refrained there- genoral
as raided Ly tho
Collets pmpose.i,
upon fronr handing Mrs Savage the Royal Commission
:n 3839, b-.*g to report
;of
defen'sum
£373 .'l9s Id. The
have been held.
TLe
that iivo
"dants alleged t that they had always Coramittc-3meetings
recommends £ov the oi>;>roval of
"been" ready and Willing ta "return the Board tho draft Bill iiov; laid <m the
pkintiff
,3.03., Id table, vd'ieh Bill Is«ji obtained
stim of
er.neikiij
.tlse. the,plaintiff
refused, aad, still refuses of tho Committee of tho Helicalthe
.but
oi" Ajjricul;to- accept the same, and the. defendasfc turs, and o! the Lincoln Collego Bcwtd <>l
Alleged ;that they had made a legal tender Ativica. In tha event of tho Ban.nl adopting
'of-tiesum witfa"6pe? .cent. Interest&s ftorn tbe draft EiU, and -ts being passed through
;th6 lobh day ■of ■February, but fee plaintiff. the Legislature, the result will be as follows:
TefusecL to accept the same.
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—Th« Colleges v/ilibe li-",b!<i >o the Schoc! oi
MrKippenlJerger appeared for the plaia- Agriculture
for tho sum of £28X2 i(h and
itiff, ."Mr' /Georg© Harper lor the Ide-. uutilsuuh time ?.3 that cmotuit is p«if.s of*
fendahts.
an annual interest j.:ivment of say £160 ISa
l .■ Mr Kippaaberger opened the case for th,e
'J?ho
will be handed ovor to thet
and
called
evidence.
Scliool o£ Tcehnieal SJciouco will b:> Habln fco
iiplaintiff,
proceeded
-After-the
«ase
had
soms
disthe
am of
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tho Seiiool of Ayricitlcuro for
■tance it ttcss agreed between the learned £2237 10i, with an annual interest paytnenf>
■Ooaasel *ia the case to settle" the matter, of .'-"wy £131 5s until the capital nmounfc is
"involyeS by tho plaintiff accepting the paid off."
paid by him and interest and-'his
The report of :he Committee at tito
\&mouiiif
costs tip. to the time of ihe filing of the School of Agrieulfcete was read as un/3er :—
amended statement oi defence** The {Jonunitteo recommcad? tho
—1. To agree to the draft Bill now laid
beforS the Board, vsilh a view to the fettlementof acooaats ta to the appfopriatsoM
MAGISTERIAL.
atul of tho
for tho porpoises of the
-School of Technical SeJenca of'certam invnh
CHRISTCHUROH.
balongiiig to the Solicol of A<nicnhucc. 2,
To authorise the College Solicitor to take
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ail necessary slr.ns for the jsurnoso of f-*■
{Before E. Carry and P. Cunningham,
moting the Bill he tho a&xt. Hcr/sion of the
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General Assembly. S. iv the event oi the
the Hoikcs <jf PurlSajp^TraKEsrsESS.—Thomas Gray,. for this Bill passing throH<ji'i
l\'offeace,
on the- suib
wes.fitjed 10s, as he did not appear. ment, t-o consent to the
t!i-J raw
(jaeutioiiei in tha Bill)
Fsill
Robert
of
\LaMckBY,-—-John
Pscty
®nd
.-05000
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a;>.--rt
respectively, thirteen*-and nine of 6 per otr.t. psr --usmni ho'tng
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were charged with stealing 2b from. for tho purple o£ sstiblisbiMg a schema ox
-"i•the tiU'of Mr A. Eitehie's shop, inColoml}©- echolarthip-', tec&l> oat tho Sthftul -*"*-i5by
"street, 'oa- Friday. Tiie former admitted ---culture, nuder conditions to h"to suuii
'having taken'the tnoncy. The other boy tJi.3 BorirJ. 4. To connent
helped him to'.epead Jt» ahipa bi-'ing opan to Ch;: wkola cMony, and
'admitted
-Bench said they did not- like* t>6 convict that theoiantinr«icas uirlr-rwhich '-l;.oy may
.in saeh cases so; ioag as the parents would l>3 awarJcd may b(,> Isold,ofif «lc-jliv*i, «6 lh«
5.
.'administer necessary punishment.;. ■ Mr four jiriiiciDil c-ntrco
■Bender said-he.hetieved the boy 3 had.been To invite tha Bocks of Education throajthschoUr.ihfiM
punished, and tho Beach accordingly dia- oa& tho colony ti cat:».LUsh
tenable at the Lincoln School oi Ayriciueh&rged them with a caution." •. ■
by tht
Attempt to Comsjis Umcmn.—William tare, on condifioiw if
Hylaad, a.yoathaboat twenty yeara of age, ] Board of Governor. ."
.51r B. WEsT3J.'.aA j inoveu—" That ihs
attemptiitg to commit,
..Was'■■ charged
Cymniitteo ami the
-saicHe by ..strangling himself. Mr.Peaderj report of the Spa;ui
-eaid'he'."believed the accused- Wishs; weak'in dntfu BUI, as laid v,mn the table, l>B flp«
his uiincl, and.'therefore he.had ©sked Dr.- proved.
Meares; to* exaraiae.' him.; :The cm® waa re« j Mi- Kiutvs seconded the motion, whisk*
massded till the following day for J>t. I after soiao discusai'jjj, was carrLci?,
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and Gem Rusgs, and all kiada of Jewellery,
at abouthaif tne price aUiurued elsewhere.
KVfiti'g AHTIGLis; WAIUJAKTEi>
GENUINE.
_AH klßtisof ValaabkefcakealaSse&aßgecf ;
Boughtfor Cash..
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Money
aa nsual. Lowest sates oa
goods
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New Zealaad Oats—Heavy, 27s to 293 6d
per Imperial quarter.
New Zealand Oats—Ordinary, 2Sa 6d to
HKSTOIt£.O
Adults, from sS2 IGs. Farther coEcessioss ia
'By Using my Hj'gio-Bneiirfc AjpSancsal
ease? of genaiiie dA 156 ,3 8,
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twenty years* exG. B. oaving had
■. Sent on JSaayTewas bo jmy Address.
peneaes in the co!obf and itt Kaglaad sts an;
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Undertaker, slwmld be samcieat guarantee
"I am very gratefsilfos 'year efligicat trtaitthat orders eatrustea J» oia cace will be falcayoaxs,
my
case
suffered
t\&a
bud!
f«?
znencin
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upplied
out.
.T2se
.Trade
fally casrfea
electric belts,
Hearse or Coach 00 shortest uotics.
Bα benefit, acd all ac douvlo cbe east of joar
Asapli
Darham
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St.
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BARRILL,: ■ -UNDERTAKER. CON-:
therefore be looked for.
26s 6d per Imperial quarter.
New Zealand Beans—No. 1, 36s to S9a
fUNJBRALjBEFOEM.\
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any. improvement in values in the near future cannot
i °» pgp44Blb.
NewErigbtoiu.
Gα S
Private Residence, 211 Kiiaaera streefc
Teiepiiose >'o..HS. ;
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556,074 RAND
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CNBSRTAKSRS.
jfORNISHKD
ia
Towa or
FUKEEAIS
j 740,155
outlie shortest notice, «nd~ at the
863,281 CoanQT
ratesPelisiied
GoScs
-m Biinu or
..;* 1,050;573 lowess
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1,196,414 «^
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oldest Established FisnaiaCanterbmy.
Adults' Funerals Irom £2 Ite, Childrea'ado
Jrom&l ICs, Folisted Coffinsfrom £X
Amonot.
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mfBSRTAKER.
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PROGRESS OF THE SOCI ETY,
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COLONIAL MUTUAL
&&BIIS FELT AND KID SLIPPERS.
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2s per 5041b.
for tha. Public Cemetery, Bad Lege, Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. Jfo?
Bronchitis, Diphtheria; €*>n«fas. Coide, oom%
LA'MB,-Undertaker,
Rheumatism, and all Side Diseasesifc haauo
35 lachfield street,
Telephone SGI.
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COIiOMBO
Sold by the Proprietor. TaoaaAS 'Holloutat.
Opposite Eden George'3.
9M7
New (Oxford street, Jjondon. and by MediFriends of Mr Riord&u are respectfully ne vendora ttooughQttt She world.
ALFEBD OELBSB??.
that the Faceral o£ his late
Jt infopaaed
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BEAE> OFFICE—
Wiie'M&ty,
will leavs his reaidence, Bealey
P E Jj V'S
tos the Catholic Cemetery, DarSeld, ac
UHIVERSAL CO-OPERATIVE 160, HBBBFOBB ST. OHBISTOHTTBOS road,
lp,m. ea Tuesday, MaiciiSSUt.
Cores a
li. F, SYMONDS.
THB
BOOT AND SHOE COMPAITY;
Ucdertakor,
HIGE STKEKT,
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Oα* "SPECIALITB" SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES fitted with Lenses, cor"Peas-rThere 'fia» b©ea- a -material <leclist®
for Comfort
Appear- in tha value of all seed deseriptio»3, the
is tested ;by our
ance are, ia nearly allcases, supplied AT ONClfl, .'after-- the
beiag; sow practically v.'oVeey ■ axA
agents, or (in pi-eference) on febe prescriptioos of ophthalnaic sarKeoae.;
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for New Zsgtknd eoyp are
The Medical Profession and all interested Sα Optical Science are invited to se® fcliia quotations
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beautiful test and all the latest improvements iv Lenses and Frames as ■ advised by quite nominal. ■
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lie m ost Eminent Oculists.
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fresa.,
arrives, quotations
with
receat.
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HEALTH FOftALI&
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mHE PWa porifr the blood, msre&b all dla qiislity, and ii haa 'cpaseqaectly had to
Frioadsof
the
late
Dandoare
Mrs.J.
I!3TAS. ISS3.'
the 14ver," Stomach, Kidneys compete with Aiaericau seed. With tSo
J, orders
fPHB
J. respeetfuUy invited to ofattend her aud Bowels, oftiad are invaluable in all com present inactive
DIRECTORS
demand, stocks would
ra ,» funeral, to leave
George plaints incidental to fomalas.
Mr
H WEBS, lsl I?, P. GL'NHUIGKAM B% 4A KeHy, Sc Albans, TMs Day (Tuesday), 29th Ttae Ointment ta the oaljrreliable retnedyfi de appear to be more than sufficient for tsie
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R.
Civil, Cases.—Tramway Company
v.
Stewart; claim £2 Sa. Mr Msherfor the
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the defendant did not appear,,
Frbzsn,'M^i'ts—-The weather.'during'-the' tympany ;was
the defendant's
psßt'tnontHoas for tho most part been of a ciray crossed thegiveo thnt
"tram lino in Papanui Road
mild ■c&aracter, but with moderate supplies on
the
night
of
November
22nd.
Tito engine
of all kinds of meat, values have been vreil came
m to eollwion, and on pulling
maintained, while during the last few days,
fottad •deep
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wiih a refcarn to » colder temperature, tho bottom nof his ?**
demand teas improved, and values foi* mosfc the engine to dnvy. Damage ww done to
tho
amount saw naed for.
descriptions have exhibited a firmer ten- Judgmentwas for the
plaintiff company for
dency. Continental mutton and American the amount
claimed witkeosta and npanaes
>beef have come to haad on a lighter scale, of wxtae-wes,
£2 9s 6d, Arkle v pMiitiu,
but supplies of the latter were move clam £6 feud. Mr Lua
for plaintiff!
plentiful this morning. Values' during Mr Bruges for
defendant. This was a case
the month have ruled low. Fresh u» whsch a
contract
to
lease
a section ol
arrivals' of frozen meat from New tond m Fapanui
had l>een made between H.
Zealand have been very light, and Marks and
the defendant. Tho claim was
Qonsequently stocks have undergone a resisted on the ground
that when the
further reduction. The enquiry has contract was signed Marks agreed con-to
tinuedsteady throughout, and an advance cancel it if defendant,
after further
of fully £d per Ib haa been established, the consideration, so wished. It was
also
market closing firm at our quotations. objected that under
the
Statute of
Frozen lambs have been marketed in limited Frauds the
void,
contract
was
because
tha
quantities, and they have latterly met a hind belonged to Miss
ready sale at from 6|d to &s<l per ib. Stocks did not appear in the Arklc, whoso name
contract and who
bofchoi Australian and Now Zealand beef was unknown in tho transaction
to thede>
havingWen very light, and shipments from feudant. Evidence had
been taken at a
America having fallen off, values have previous sitting, it being
proved thai
marked a sharp advance, hind-quarters now Marks was the agent
of the plaintiff, and
realising from 4:] dto 4gd, and fore-quarters argument on tho law point
was now heard.
from 4d to 4|d per Ib.
after which judgmentwas for plaintiffby de«
In the provinces there has been a good fault with costs.
Leave was given to appeal.
prices have b«en some- Judgment went for plaintiff
! enquiry, but while compared
with costs ia
what irregular, as
with London Whttto v Rowan,
£10 10s. TradesAuxivalues, a tirm feeling prevails at the close.
hary Company v. McCarthy was adjourned
tillAprU 12fch.
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; £B'to:£7 per ton.
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SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
LONDON MARKETS.
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-eearaewad strawy,
;Cosn«n6a—
iiper'ton.
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Popular and the
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World.
A Large Stock efiEilitring Machines.
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All Wool Colonial Blankets, 2|ydsx 2yds, usual
AU Wool Colonial Blankets,
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All Wool Colonial Blankets, 2Jyda
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SIWIHG MACHINES."
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EachFully Jndesed as&Sld© Note4»
ttoeenfc PtisKeia, ahispass. Price IS6. ■
VOI* JL—For sheep fajrm©ss. raaholdera,
owners, firoal bodies j«oparty
stock
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VOL3. IEL and SV. oootoia aQ
law «rf New Zealand so£ cimfcamea ib
Vela I. andH. Prica 15seafik,
Tbe Qoveiraracat
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FREE POSTAGE throcEhout- [email protected] Usaland
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we havejrarehaeeaon such advantageous terms as will enable
reliable Blankets and Flannels atprices that cannot fail to be appreciated,
Heeda of Families, Housekeepers, Hotel Proprietors, Station Owners and
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When we shall offer the pnblic upwards o£ Seven J?anar^
of
Palre o£ Blankets and Two Hundred and Fifty (250) P eces
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VToieh ha¥e taken tha Bighest Awards
FOR
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18SS, DunedTn TS9O, 3|e3boumO;lßß9;
.©eßteßlKi
ss4Hlpie9S Honours cbriscchurcti A. and P. ;
t.
IN
approaching winter.
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PUBLIC AND
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LAWS FOE FIFTY
» YEABSSH£UUIHQ&
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'the markets for colonial produce, under date
fLondon, 20th February, as follows :—
£ Wool—The First Series of Sales for the
{current year, which commenced on 26th
Imported Blankets, small sizes
speciality.
pair
price
6s
6dper
Sale
January, will be brought to a conclusion to*
Bills Discounted Daily and Renewals Effected.
Imported Blankets, Ifyds x 2|yds, usjial price 19s 6d
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occupied twentyjmorrow. It will thus nave
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thres sittings, the catalogues embracing
Imported Blankets, 2yds x 2£vds, uaaal price 22s 6d
Established 18S».
a
|315,138 bales, gijing
daily average of
Sale price 16s 6d per pair.
as compared with 13,685bales
bales,
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13,614
VICTORIA LOAN AND DISCOUNT
Imported Blankets, Siyda x 2Jyds, usual price 23a
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Sale price 19? lid per pair.
|in the corresponding series of last year.
AGENCY,
There was a numeranoe attendance both of
Imported Blankets, 2fyds x 3yds, usual pride 87a Bα
(
Manchester Street
Sale price 29f« 6dper pair.
Hpma and £sreign buyers on. the opening
(Near Union Steamship Co.'s Office).
reductions.
proportionate
Scarlet;
Blankets at
Gentian Bloc, Grey and
day, but while competition was fairly
active, there was, on the whole, a want of
fliuE above Agency is Prepared to Advance
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confidence In the bidding. Values displayed*
first and SecondMortgages, Shares, JUegacaea,
the most
■considerable irregularity, but for
Liens on Crops, and Bills' of Sale on Farm
Colonial Flannels, usual prices 1? 2jd, Is 6Jd, Is 9d, and 2s per yard
White
part ruled in buyers' favour, and by the
Stock ac a Low Kate of Interest.
Sale prices Is, Is 2Jd, Is 6*d, and Is BJd per yard.
BillsDiscounted Daily.
Is 6Jd, andle 104 P«s yard close of the first week, as compared with
Shetland ColonialFlannels, usual prices Is |d. Is 1«d,
H. MARKS,
Fifth
1891 rates, saedium and inferior
Is 3£d, aad Is (Bd per yard.
prices OJd, Is
Sale
Manager.
Iβ lod per yard
7047'
■greasy .merino marked a depreciation of
Orkney Colonial Flannels, usual prices Iβ-*d, Iβ 3id, Is
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Sale prices Did, Is
Is 3JcL, and Is 6d per yard.
fully per lb, while washed and scoured
merino and fine greasy crossbredruled id to
fSIHE Undewigrned faas for INVESTMENT*
Id per lb lower. Good merino in the'
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•JL VARIOUS SUMS from £100 to £15,000, aft
JLoweatKates ofinterest, on mortgage or town,
grease, suited for American require10|d
yard
per
and
Is
country, or suburban properties. Borrowers
ImitationWelsh Flannels, usual prices l(Hd, Is 2£d, Is 3|d,yard.
ments, was unaltered, other descripcan p»y off the.whole or .portion of the moneys
Is
Is
Is
6dper
M,
Hd,
Sale prices %&,
and
though somewhat irregular, beiog
advanced on git-ing short notice-. Sums uader
■ tionSj
Is 4Jd, Is 7Jd s and Is lOid per yard
Saxony Welsh Flannels, usual prfces Is
£100 foriavestment on reasonable terms.
without material change. With the proyard.
6§d
per
Is
l|d,aßd
Sale
Is
Is
lid,
prices
lljd,
DEACON.
EDWD. R.
gress of the sales the weakness further
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developed, the bidding from the French:
Hereford street Chambers,
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section of the trade becoming more re; Hereford atreeo *
Blankets or Flannels sent in execution of letter or post order, if not approved, can stricted, while the American demand, more
be returned.
especially fox fine crossbreds in the grease,
shewed a marked'falling off. Wool of a
hats J&ONETFTor INVESTMENTin
faulty ctt&rscfcQr proved increasingly difficult.
various sums from £200 to £1000 and
of sale, while coarse and medium erossbreds,upwards upon approved Freehold Security,
from 8 per cent, interest. Stuns between £3wO
for which rates at: first were fairly well
and £5000, upon very flrst-class securities, can
strojwi'ted, receded quite £d per lb. At the
be arrangedat a lower rate of interest.
reduced leVel of rates competition, during
JOXNT and ANDREWS,,
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CHBISTOHUBCH.
the last few days, has been rather more
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but prices continue to exhibit
animated,
■':.:..:. MONEE FOR .INVESTMENT, " "T
considerable irregularity, and having regard
to the increased supplies in course of transMONb¥"fOR INVESTMENT
TTTTBrhave
mission to this market and to the various
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manufacturing districts, and to the tenor of
PRBBSHOLD SHCURITX
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reports received from the principal
AtLowest Cnrrsati Rates.
GRKAT REDUCTIONS IN QROCBRIES TO REDUCE STOCK.BBfOBa,STOOK-TAKINQ recent
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centres of the wepllea industry, both here
DUNCAN. COOTffiamL and MARTIS.'
and on the Continent, there is but little
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room for sanguine anticipations as regards
PROVISION
the near future.
BBfALHR.
CASH GROCKR AND.
qn£y'.
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Cora Market—Considerable
he is. making in the Price of Groceries, as Aβ
TITOULDcaII
attention
to
the
Reductions
ON;APPROVED PERSONAL OR OTHER
been made since the date of ouri&st/jsgue in
W" -wiahes to Seduce bio Stock for Annual StooK-takinp.
SECURITY,
Candied Orange and Lemon Peel, 8d ~_
Best Brands KoUer Flour, 251b, 3s Sd
the preparation of the ground for the spring
Cocoa, Kry a, 1- 3d par^t>
In Soma to Salt Borrowers, and Repayable bs Best
Flfauf, SOlb, 6s M
Brand
Roller
sowing, ,the weather ;for the most part;
a,
o H
■: ..--. ■ may .baarranged, :■, i v. ,,:-..-,
BeatßrandHoUerFloar,Xot»lb,l2s6d
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iii??&-uLiaJM
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ilbisBtt
s.JlblOa,
Cojjda, Oridbury
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having been favourable for field work. The
-OILLS DISCOUNTED. Mortgageg, Lqane Vinsw!: Silkdressed 501b 53
Sago and Taplqc*
appearance of the autumn-sown crop is con««*$
i> &&, Negotiated. Business- Booka- of
oWbllsfid
"iradesinen and Oshera-Kept. o? .Sapervised. FineacSUkdressed, 2001b, 19s 6a
geec
J«a»"».R»°e.2ld,
sidered to be favourable, bat the youag
Barley, ad mt
Balance Sheets Prepared,' iiccuratiely showing Sugar, Fine Wniw Crystal* 2Jd
plant is undoubtedly backward for the time
trading results toi Id come tax purposes.
Finest Split Peas, *1 per lh, «flt>9a
Sugar. Finest in the Market. 2}d
Coffee tenrand daily). la 2d, Is 4d and Is M
Sngar Good Brown Sugar, 2id
of year. There has bean a marked change
Branson's Essence of Coffee, Iβ per bottle
BOBERT HAKDIE,
Fine Now Currants, sjd
in-the climatic conditions during the past
BJacklng, 4dper doz
Finest
Now
Sid
Currants,
ACCOUNTANT, LAND AND COMMISSION
few day8, sharp frosts, accompanied by
ojd per doz
Black
Nowßitt3ln3,Td
AGENT. ■
Jtiice,
Is Id per bottle
Ship'a Lime
snowstorms, having been experienced
Finest NewSultanas. 7}d
6 GRAIN AGENCY BUILDINGS.
Finest Californian (layers) MuscatoUea. lid plb Parramatta Lime Juice, 10d per bottle
throughout; this country "aswell as oa soriie
HIGH STBEiST, CHRISTCHUKCH.
Kasp, Pineapple
8735 FlntßtCaHfornianMu3catelleff,in2lb boxes. Is Assorted.CordiaSa,-Lemon,
parts of the Continent. Deliveries of home&o.,ll<ipor-botUe.
6deacn
bores, 8d Kerosene, 63 and 63 0d per tin
grown wheat have been on a fairly liberal
Finest Californian Mnscatellea, In lib
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;Tc y seated feut .the condition ha-? not altogettesic
Insurance Compdhies.
Flneat New Figs, 8d perlb
leach Jams, 5dper tin, is 6d doz
TSAS-As our Teas are so well known in Chri3tchurch, it is needless for us to say more been satisfactory, while values have further
WSaJOMiIi.VIA.Xj UNIUiN Ji.tiSUUAJSVB. VKJM
bout them than that wearegiving especially good value at presentia-fckem.
receded, the Imperial averages for the past
PANY LIMITED OF (LONDON).
PROVISIONS..;,,
respeciively 34s 10d, 33s
" .",.-*. lour weeks being 32s
FineatAkaroaCbeess,sd;
Qnaif'a Finest Bacon,
Capital, £2,500,000.
J
3d per quarter.
lOd, 33s Id, and
Finest New PJymonth,6d ._'.'/
Quaifa Finest KoU.GJd
The "spot" enquiry generally-has been
1 Supplies o£ Fieali Bdtterand Egg3daily.
TEWERY•aescriptioiToTs'lßK and MARINE Quail'sFinest Hams, BJd
exceedingly dull, the abnormally heavy
JJ* BUSINESS accepted at LOWEST
All otner goods sola at equally low prices. Oall and see and uronure a Price Llab."
CURRENT BATES OP PREMIUM,
supplies in granary md~ afloat- having eserTelephone No. 2a.
is 195 and 197 iIIOH BTOVJBBT.
The
Addreaa
Liberality
Prompt
Settled
with
and
Claims
cised a depressing effect on the market, in
tude.
CUFF and GRAHAM,consequence of which it has not been
Managers for Cancerbory,
v
IOS Mancae* tee street. Christctnirao.
practicable to maintain prices. Australasian
wheat has suffered to a smaller estent than
TORS
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other sorts, quotations for these receding
fully Is per 4961btowards the middle cf the
|tfSUKANC®
indoth. In'view of the prospects of -a
HEAD OFFICE-NORWICH. EN6LANR
f&lliug off in shipments from America in the
near future, most of the forward contracts
&«!»»..
havinginow been fulfilled,'a batter feeling
has prevailed during the last few daye, an
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improved business haviag been transacted
London, CAX.ctrri'A, and 281 and 283 Collins Street, MstßOtjaNS,
§&%bi&w wvUv
Losses Paid
at rather better rates.
and pfomptdtrnde BY APPOINTMENT TO H. E. THE MARQUIS Oh DU^ERIN/IBS-VIPBROY 'Oats—-Notwithstanding sdmewhafcliberal
;
OF INISIA, &c,
J, M. HEYWOOD and uO.,
arrivals, New Zealand sorts of good average
v
Cathedra!,square, Otiriasoharolt,
HAVE APPOINTED
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quality have met & fairly good enquiry at a
Aseats£Qiro.3,aGoroiin?'
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reduction of from Is to Is 6d on the
■~ Tlm.ru Ag cG.
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quotations ruling at date of our last
JBWBLLEBS, 218 COLOMBO STBEET, -' '
circular, but ordinary and inferior qualities
continue difficult of sate. The Gripen,on
■•. .SOLE AGENT EOB OEftISTCHXJEjQH. .•'
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passage, has act yet been disposed of. The
©F AUBTRALABIA,
Sight;
of
Testing (patent
Cynisea, from Lyttsltbo^,with about 7,055
Who h&ve been thoroughly instructed Iv our system
4354), wnicn is now being universallyadopted*
quarters, November B. L.>-is aow'on sale
also, but buyers show httla inclination to
AND M&T BE
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con3anction with the Great Sale bow proceetUnfr. we have arrange*, to
holtf a SPECIAL SALE of BLANKETS and FLANNELS
On Personal Security, Bills of Safe, Mortgages,
Interest under Wills.
Or any tangible security of any kind.
Having agents in XttstraHa aad London we
are prepared CO Make Advances on Wills a
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WINS AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
South British Chambers,
tffBZTOBJ) tiTiUSicr CHRISfCHUROH
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BOOTS,
GENERAL AGENT and
LAtfD BROKER
we U&dED
ysdo-the Land Traaster Act,
Prices, as provided
-srersdoooat Schedule
Sums of Money to Lead
WtissAst. AnjrInterne.
/Wst Rates of
Sections forSale
elaewhere.
jfowlbSslitaKiJ'inwMja,
Offices:
scieec and Oxford terrace,
fvseeref Armagh(close
to the bridge).
OzSSsteaurssh
jn
E°f Pre9aK
jSIO to £10,0005,
FLANNELS.
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CASHEL STREET.
203Opposite
Whitcombe & Tombs.
8222
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"jt&DGER'S STATUTES"
WHOIiTIiAW OF B&W ZBAI*&HO
QKNESAL.
SPECIAL SALE OF BLANKETS AND
TcFHHiS~-
IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE,
.
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TO-DAY, AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
asoa
abOV
IT
In SUMS from
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.ATKINSON. i
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I
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street. Ail trafisactians strictly
corifieiea&aL
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B g BULLER GORGB.
(XSSARD aad LOUGHNAN, SoSelteis.
retarnesd from a very
met
.Hereford street, Christcharcii,
S««(S«ful MP
6,1 t 11? Camera | 72
and Southbridge.
then
up
Rineea aad
«• f Neisbawards, through the. LOAN AND DISCOUNT COMPANY
OF THE BULLER.
(Bos Si, P.Q.X,
baring been exceptionaUy fine
fcnre
TfceW"j; iorCiu»ate enough ro secure a
c
«)aas Negatives of these lovely
F
a on-,
t%% tl^''Rri
w oar previously extensive
j3!ES3 ra,
y,e w3. Kovv ou Sale, las Boz.
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Hotel. Z*huqb granted oa persoualol a»y
security, repayable by easy isss&luieata per
arrangement. Bills discounted and renewed
daily. Private'entrance, City
HotelRisht-oZ.
way, leading through from Colombo
toCaebei
etc Plaat fn
atteQtion.
Gloucester street.
City
gT current RATES,
Quality Guaranteed.
Wanted aconce.
GfMO nhaffSacfcs
Wβ-
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Barley, Split Peas,
linseed Meal, andaU dea-
c
COWLISHAWeaa FISHER.
Moaey Acconunedatiea ad a
/CHEAPESTCity
Cohen's
I*oaa, Biscooßtaud Pswo
Offices, No. 186 Colombostreet, adjoioi&s
Pearl
ffis^&
*
orders reesivejjrompt
GARRICK,
l/STE have several earns o£ HONES TO
LEND, at 6 per cent* oa approved
FRESHOLD SECURITY.
WTNW-WILLIAMS and SOW.
6981
211 Hereford street, Qiri&eha&cb,
MONEY.
MONK¥- JSiONB*' """■
and
«p«f?o
13UU Acooimre
Prompt
!
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cnwentrates.
MONEY,
ant | jjandAgent.
'-
to SUMS tram
LEND,
a*i
Buslagag Hotieea.
i-t
waa TO
■»* aPJJMfis. oa Ap£9.500
l«/9t#vv *M»
orovefi Security, at imresS
335
23n HEREFORD STREET.
General Commission Hoase
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SHIPPING. eeeoad
For liyttelton
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Ps__*_ o_
*.as Alook,
for New Zealand
M-J-CH.
i>.
-.6
_tot Quarter
14
Foil Moon
ra
Lust Quarter
2tf
«
ISewMooa
Calculated
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_£e_& Time.
H.
_-
6
0
4
0
~ Seiooa
—
Mr J. 1?«e;
catsia—Messrg E. Sesger, We ¥/iiliacason, 8. Caapman ; steerage—Mr, Mrs
Miss
Gadd, Miss E, King, S-ir J. Sadd.
and
For WelHngt«a—Saloon—llSssiesF, Webb,
P. Baldwin, J, Holmes; eecoad
Messra 6rsy, J. -'Hamilton, A. Bast,- 3.
Laird.' Fos Nsplts—St^es&se-- Ml-sa
Oalaghaa, ; Woe -pieton^—Steevage^Ms
Galbraitfa. W&t Gzeyxaoath—Second'cabitt
—Miss E. Millingcon, Mr W.
For -Aielson—-Second cabin—Mis® ;B*,
BroKTQlzig. Wor Auoklaad—&coad <abiis
—Messrs W.,Snm&, A. Bafson, C. Bigland ; steerage—Mr.
Miss and Meisfer:
Presland, Mf and Mrs Hoonan, Misses
Nooaan (4), Master Hoorian, Ms.«.
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_?wn
46a.u„*
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PORT OF LYTTELTON.
WsAxntß Report—Monday, March 28.
Wind, S.W., Clear sky.
MrS.a.Bkingill.
9 a.m. noon. 5 p.m.
30-09 30.U 30.14
Barometer
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.
61
66
68
Thermometer
''-■-■V '■■■ OKBHtmoA, Maseli m
Hiob Wateb—Tuesday, March 20.
Sailed—T&kaptma, s.s., for the Soatb.
i.28 ; evening, 4.M.
Passengers—Meadames Pssebble, Birch*
■ Morning,
Brown, aad Cooper, Misses Milne* Lake,
Son rises, &i7a.m. ; sees, 5.54 p.m.
p.m.
6.33
sets,
a,m.;
Birch, and KeUy. Pastor Birch, Messrs S,
o\3o
rises,
Mooa
M. Baker, J. J. Neave, C. S. Wright, F.
Aitfceh, J. Bigg, H. Faltoa, Master GUI,
WEATHER FORECAST.
u
the Canterbury cricket) team, and tea w
Captain Edwin telegraphed to Captai
the steerage.
Shsk yesterday as follows:—lndications
WffiLiNGTONs Mareli 28.
strong north-east to north and west
pas., Tarawera, for MelSailed—
jrindsand a_>o for rain; glass fail again
JLA _JU_
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- SPECIAL" GREAT IMPORTATION
OF
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~ PURCHASES
LABQK
OF LOCAL MANUFACTURES
UNUSUALMf
•,.- •. At Wonderful
Frioes for the Coming Winter.
HITHEBTO I
TEfi LAKGB3T KANGE <0F QX7AIJTXES EVEBgKIIH*AT,VALUES
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mm
ii
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Salldperpair
10s9dperpair
Ils6dpsppaiir
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I2s6dperpair
13s6dpee pair
14s6d per^pak
15s 6d per pair
l®s 65 per pair
21s per pair
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Extra Large,
Three Quarter,
or
10-4szß.
Fall Double,
or
12s6d per pair
lTfegdWifftialr
24a6dperpMr
22a6dpernair
29s6dperpaur
3Sapersair
2Ss6dperpair
45sper,pair
14s 9d per par16s 6d per pair
17a 6a par pair
19s 6d pevpair
per pair
20a 64 pw pair
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27s 63 per pair
19s 6d per pair
21s6dperpair
25s6dperpair
27e6dp©rpair
35e par. pair
Aesivkd—March 27.
* jjrunner, s.s.,
■
3&» 6d per pair
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Arrived—7.4o a.m.,
Sailed—s.3o p.m.,
telton.:
Sailed—6.4s V.m.,
telton.
telton. .:
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THE NEW DAYISJ
i srs COMBINED' : I
TEJS WORLD'S CHAMPION.
Waratea, tcom Ljt-
Eotoraa, for LytBttWF, M«reh 28.
Maxaroa, for Lyt-
COMMERCIAL.
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by
Messrs H. S« Fitter and Sons report
da ifebruary; 20th that—"The Aoracgi,
the first ship subject to the nevr clause Iα HUDSON
AND C 0.,
the Bill of Lading, has just finished disDIRECT IMPORTERS,
charging, and we are glad to * say the 80 COLOMBO STREET, CHRIBTCHURCH
condition of the meat generally was very
satisfactory. A few claims were made
SAXLEB—Mareh 28. ■
for badly broken legs and for some few
3runner, s.s., 540 tons, Waller, for carcases damaged by ice, htsM we have
Wellington, Nelson and Westport. Union much pleasure in saying there were no
Steamship Company, agents.
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COLOMBO STREET
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CBBISTCaXJBOH.
Omapere, s.s., 601 tons, Phillips, for
Dunedin via Timara and Oamaru.
of GOLD and SILVSR
DAILY MEMORANDA—Tues, Mar. 29. B* ABGS STOCK
Union Steamship Company, agents.
watches,
r
■Crest of tha Wave, 58 tons, Cameron,
Ali* BHBEPOWNBBS
AUCTIONS.
JSWSLLERY, DIAMOND GOODS, &a,
lor Stewart Island, in ballast. J. B. Way,
DESIKECL'EA.N FLOCKS,
Matson
and
associated
with
H.
Co..
the
agent.
Xβ eonfitaatly beias angmeESed by
Imports.. •■.".
National M.A, Co., of N.Z., Limited,
Wool ia the Best CondltioH,
With
the
at their Booms, at 2—Sugar.
HSW AND CHOICE IMPORTATIONS, ■
SHOULD USB
i *' *
Akaroa—Prom Akaroa—-31 sks seed, 27 Todhunter,
Jennings and Co., at Lincoln,
xaseacheese, 1 bale skins, 3pkgs.
sag a
All Articles mnr&€S in plain Sgpre?,
at 12—Farm property, live-' and dead Idberel
purck&saa,
allowed
on
cash
, Cbroydon Lass—From Waitapu-S4,OOotft
aU
Dissoacs
stock.
"timber.
THE GREAT AMERICAN SHEEP* DIP.
Agantafcs?
MEETINGS,- __fl7_____l!l_v &».'.':
Lily—Prom Greymouth—so,oooft Umber.
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:...\i-- ■• JB, DOMBAAIH,
53,000f6
Kaipara
CO.'Q
Prom
LAZARUS
and
■ ■
Be-anee—•
Christoburblt.
Gloucester street—Circus. -..,.'
©13
'7-'-.'"'.~
timber.
Chamber of Commerce—Chess Club, at 7.
PATENT SPECXALXTS SPECTACLES,
Dunedin—From Napier—ll66" sleepers, Canterbury CollegeFootball Club*—at
&.-.:;
10 crates.
A New Systsm of messoriag, adjastang, c&3
_,'■'"."■'"'
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Sydenham Bifle Volunteers Meeting,
Brunner From Dunedin —4 cases •■•*■ at & *-''~'' 1 ■' ; '■• ■.-•■ ""■■'•"■ '-; ;?
esßßsins psrleob visioo,
'tobacco, 1 qr-cask wine, 94 chests tea, 428
mats sugar, 22 boxes soap, I. hhds, 2
MAILNOTICES.
ranges, 30 cases blue, 5 bdls iron, 88 bars
do, 1 bale paper, 10 casks oil, 10 drums do,
Mails close fo? the following places as
SO tins, lead, 43 cases, 47 pkgs. From
Oamaru—l23 bales wool. Prom Akaroa— tmder, eiabjccti to the nece&s&ry aiteratioiae :■—
SB cheese, 203 eases do.
(TOE NEW RAINPROOF LADIES' DRESS
Omapere—From Wellington—B7 cases
TUESDAY, MARCH 29.
_7
boxes
and
butter,
44
cheese, 91 boxes
SERGE,
For Donedin, per Tarawera,atll.lo a.m.5
pkgs sundries. Prom Blenheim—lbox.
late lee letters, 11,20 sum.; guard's van*
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12.10 p.m. train.
WHJ.KOTSPOT.
EXPORTS.
For Kaikoara, per Wakata, at 3 p.m.;
...Penguin —For Wellington—Us cases
NOT
SHRINK,
WILL
p.m.;
guard's
letters,
van,
late
fee
3.15
fruit, 9 pkgs ranges, 2 cases brandy, 4
v ■
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axle arms, 73 sks onions. 1 bicycle, 11 sks 4 p.m. train.
NOT AFFSOTED BY SEAWATER,
For Northern Forts, pc? Botorua, at
BREWEJSS
seed, 60 do beans, 2 bales leather, 1plough, 4,29
p.m.; late fee letters, 4.85 p.m.;
A. fell wage og these SSeautiful Seizes ts be
6 sks salt, 2 cases bacon, 1 box candles, 1
FAVORIT® CHRISTOHUEOH
keg nails, 7 bales bay, 37 eases, 5 trusses; guard's van, 5.50 p.m. train.
had
from
'■•
19 pkgs. For Nelson—Bo boxes soap, 5
WEDNESDAY, MARCH. SO.
'SPASKUtNQ
"sks seed, S pkgs. For Pa-tea—2 cases.
and
Continent
ol
Kingdom,
ForUnited
Fort?
■For Foxton—l4 bags seed, 3 pkgs.
via Briadisl, Point de Galle,
•Picton—7 sheep, 1 pkg. For New Ply.Tobe obtained in
China, Japan, &c and also
mouth—s sks seed. For Wanganui—2 India,
Australian
Colosies, per express
HOGSBKADS, BARRELS ANB
; CHRIBTCHUBCH 'AND TQSARU.
for
jbicycles, 7 cases, 13pkgs. -For Blenheim
connect with s.s. Tarawers sfc Fort
—16 drums dip, 3 sks seed, 6 pkgs. For (to
Chalmers),
follows:—Ordinary
as
letters,
All
*
Hokitika—4 pkgs. For GreYmouth—B &t 10.30 a.ol. I late fee letters, 10.46
BREIYERT
cases fruit, 45 fire bars, 13 pkge. For a.m. j guard's van, express, 12 a.zo. Note— jpaHBSSTOHTJRCH
:
jam
Napier—l plough, 11 pkgssundries.
This mail will be due in Londoa on May <U •'..'•
bales
Saikoura—2
Jane Douglas—For
DRAUGHT
"TOR
AT
1892.
PRINCIPAL
02$
cornsac-s, 2 hhds ale, 5 eases kerosene, 17th, Northern ports, per Mangana*
For
at
SS bdls standards, 27. pkgs.
-..-.
p.m.; Iste fee letters, 4.35 p.aau;
Brunner—For Wellington—l 2sks onions, 4.20
5.50
p.m.
vaa,
train.
guard's
1 pkg bacon, 26 eases fruit, 25 sks bran.
AFSIL L
For Wanganai—l6 bales hay. For BlenGreymoath—3B
For
heim—ll bags salt.
For Chatham Islands, per Kahn, afe7.43
scks onions, 3 cases cheese. For Westport p.m.; late fee letters, 3 p.m.; gaord'e Tan,
have JUST OPENED a First-class
-"•I", scks potatoes, 6 scks grass seed, 5
2jotc£
p.m. train.
«aces bacon, 5 scks meal, 30 do sharps, _i Eos South America, United Kingdom
2203
AND
PSNTa
m QUARTS
./ WATERPROOF COATS,
do oats, SO bags fionr, 30 scks do, -Specks aad Continent of Europe per s.s. Doric,
Large Sizes, with Slesvaa and Besg Capes.,
pollard, 11 do onions, 10 do wheat, 1 calf, as follows:—Ordinaiyletters,
at 7.45 p.m.;
Alee,
i.
late fee letters, 8 p.m,; books and newsWakatu—For Kaikoura—lߧ6rams, 40 papers; 7.30 p.m.; money orders, 4 p.m.;
A FEW SILK OPERA CLOAKS.
pkgs.
25
cases
kerosene,
sugar.
mats
registered letters and parcels, at 5 p.m.:
~
Y&rs lightia weight.
guard's van, 9.5 p.m. train. This mail will
-The Jessie is hourly expected torn be due in London on 12th May.
Edithbarg, L.A., with a cargo o£ salt for
U Su Ek Mi £A> k 1 I3j :-.
THIS
"Messrs Berry and Company.
man street,
.
i'he s.s. Brunnei*, Captain Waller, arINGS ,
LAEGBSP
rived at 6 p.m. las& night. Left Danedin
■>■'■-■ ■ NewOveffcoafeaftd
Akaroa
on the 25th iastaut, Titnara 23th,
ia Boys'CtotMng
AND . Hew Styles
fine
Mokdat, Mabcs 28,
oa 27ta. at 12.45 p.m. Experienced and
New Hosiery and Gloves
and Ties
weather' throughout the passage,
J"ob CHBiSXOHirsca
Meesrs J. EdCHOICEST NewSeatves
IBS PARIS ;T i.U08, --'j,
New Collars and Shirts
arrived as above.
™~,j
wards, P. Franklin, F. &. Floran, J. C.
STOCK
NewFlexible
Feic Mats
arPhillips,
Omapere,
Captain
OPENED A BRANCH e£ Ms Dbq
Tha s.s.
W. Osley, M. A. H. Walden,
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Barrett,
G.
New
Soft
Felt.Hats
edla SstablisbmeJat ia tha well-knowa
Xt«ed at 12p.m. last night with a general Mrs W. J. Piper, Mr B. Driimmond, wife
Tjravelliag'aod otheff
SVSB
New
<CaiMi'
ttisea
In Hfe'lJ.-. s&eetj opposit-a Wallace
board. She
child, Mr, Mrs, Miss and Master
eesteo and the'Frisco mails on
New"Bibles in Boys' Caps
and Co., Chemiats. He considers to do justiso
leilTWellington afc 7 a.m. on Sundaymorn- and
SHOWK Ne-5? Bags and Umbrßllas
Steele, Mrs Barley, Messrs W. Hutchison,
By GITINQ AN SXTSU. PAlfi
Public
t»the
ing, having met; with a fresh norch-easfcHon. C. £». Bowen.
OF TBOUSaBS WITH EVERY* SUIT.
,
,BX Vβ*
'erlj wind and fine weather, and arrived as
Fob TniAjm—Ms G. Sichardson, Miss
The Preseac Display of Spring "Stales and
Walker.
Noveltlea ia of ranuyual magaifioeacs, M.
&t>ove.
Bemstoa has spared,ao efibrs fea urosups the
The Wellington Evening Post o£ Friday
very latest pcedcstioss of the Sagllah and
which
Xnßpeoiioa
Mapu,
-wsufe
invited.
yachb
■gays:—The
"
VISITORS
TO
Continental markets. His saleotioa is a; very
CHRISTCHURCH.
ashore at Thorndon on Wednesday aiizhfc,
iarge and varied
gatcerns so ehoeae
this
HAIiJINSTEIN
BROS.,
was floated cif aboufe I o'clockoff
:;
from. To dress [email protected] &■■>& score a success, m life,
e
'Hoxsii.«Mr;J.
'£velt^--Jttn.;
WABSsa
to
liaul
her
at
Esta,bliehmeat,'
1
Tallcriag
go
efforts
to
tiha'Paris
wherd
Eaoyiiiag. All
Thos.■ 'Goverdalei
a good fit is guaranteed ia ths iatssft style or
blah water yesterday were unsaocessf al, ChieajKO,'j U.S.A.s--Mr,
Miss
€i
i-Br
f,jl
Ttoara
recurned,
■■;
Brind,:
Melson;:
money
Harman
end it was only after Mr B. E.
CluififcosiTirolJ»
under Mattel,'H&nover; Mr Carl ZoaJJer, -Aoek*
and others h&d placed empty casks
AN EXTSA PAIR OF TROUSEBS
Mrsj and..-Master-Cliesney»
,- ALES, LOWEY,
this mom.- land;
tier bilge that she was Soated strength
6 $iiren
Saifc, ■ ■
ia with
of Hokifcika; Mk li. 0, Pareto, Welliasfcoai
Ina, To give an idea ot the
Beighmaa*
WelllarfoB;
E.
Mr
E
H.
that
Mr
may
it
be
mentioned
her timbers,
welUogton; Mr J. A. Pike,
although she w&3 considerably bumped Kilsoar,
• -IMFEBIAL
BOOT BEPOT,
Mr J. W. Bunby,
BIBBS
about after going ashore, she has not WeiiinKton;
107' OASBBIt STSISf. >
G.
Mr
H. Statham, Dunedin; Mp 'XI
toa:
making
and
is
not
COMPANYOF -HSW
°
sprung a single plank,
HARRIS
havfrur
received hi® Fiswt
Bleiboarns
Mendel"fTST"
j Mr L.
W. W. Caponj
;© drop of water.
©I AUTUMNand -WINTSiS
We' Shipment
capital
&%m,m.i
sohn, Daaedia; Ms H. D. Levinsohn,
Stoapelra eadDuko of WestminaGOODS;
ex
i
Aackiaad.; Mr and Mrs Fox and son, FAPI-UP CAPITAL sad 4? 91 A ftftfl
ter, is aow offering a fine assortment of all
PASSENGERS R.M.S. ARAWA.
Waikari; Mr Jaa. Patcerson, BaaediQ;
IQualities of
of sfca?e!ioM®ra.
"Willi
BniiifflitedilaMll!#
Ms?
Gaorge
Isoadoa;
BOOTS AND BHQSS
Xilon,
Following are the passengers booked ps? Mc Alex.
Firsasd Miariaonska of all kinds ®s®s®s/s&
"Adapted," "X"
In ••Pinetto,"aaid"Beetive,"
Mesopotamia; M*,
at
lowest cwrentratep,
&.M.S, Arawa, which sailed from London, McMillan,Basny
©tSiss raakess atpslces
twatensKHJfi,
Park; Mr and Mrs
Gassidyj
A. corasr Manager. ii43.efy,comcetiKoB«
February 19th:—
Buildiags,
of
CasSiel
aai
child,
Queensland ; Mr ©rainAgeaey High streets,
! JJI deeetionoQS of Boots and Sboss made t<4
First saloon—-For Teaerifffe—Mff H. B. jDmsnmond &na
Bargains :—Men's Stroag
"Fox. Mr Osbara Fuller, Mr Joha Gane, HMvilla Gray, Tisaara | Mr MfccheJls Safe-ageats thg§ngl3u?®& tto fEOflsca, Sea mease?©,at special
10s 6i, it-:iflies' Svsning Shoes as
DonediQ.
Shoot6?3
P. M.
«.
Blrs Gane, Mr B. C. Coode, Mr
« » » and, Mrs
Mkad© Silppata at & Sd. Ladled F.ngEeli
ML
Hotel—.Colonel
at
Day,
Miss
TsßSStHtrs
Mrs
Canaeher,
Conacaer, Miss
Oaiopd SSjoea 'sc fs. Parcels £orwarfied by
Day* Mr W. 3>. Mass Thomson and valet, Creagh, London; Miss Creagh, Losdon;
Faroes S*osbt4»feDXpare of colsjfly. Adteas—
J. Cresghj London; Master 3,
W. HAREIB,
Miss Toloile, Mr Thos. More!, Miss Master
j Mr J. T. M, TwoHiey,
DSMTA&
Imserisl Boos Dfipot,
■'
•MeNafr., Mr E. W. Kobsrfcson.Mraßobert- C?refi,glJ, Loadoa
THE -, CSHRISTOmmOH
Temuka; Mi? James Willie, Auckland;
STRBfeff.
...
m
Wi&W&h
SORSSBr,-,
«on, Mrs Logic, Mrs E. Lucas, Hr Wm. He
Walter Bowles, Wellington; Mr sad Corner ~o£ Caahel and. Mgh stress.
Dr. F. Belbsa, Miss
Butler. Mrs Butler,
G.
BichasdTiniara;
Mr
E.
Mrs
flavlocfe,
MOHE-g
McGiilSH3E iKVSSXMKHT ©a
-darka, For Capetown—Miss
Llojd,
FseeSiOldEesrariEy.
downey, Mr A. D. Bobinson, Mr soa» Wellington; Mr and Mrs
R, D, BobmsoQ,. Mr T. L. M. Ca?s- Sydcey, Hew South Wales j Mr A. w.
a o. n. meares,
gUB&JSON -,■ DENTIST^; Mff Jooa Satoiifie,
wrfshf.MfesCartwrlsht. ForSlclboarne— Gvsrea, Duaedia
••'
SoUeitor,
and
Sirs
Mr
England;
Haddersfield,
B.
Mrs
Ogefitlag
Fos,
Fos,
J.Trevor
added
to
tkeir
EssMasd
WWA"VS
MrQ. Ccates, Mr
55
®3S Gloucester street.
;
White,
G.
lATSST
SCSISMIiIIO
Mr
W.
Young,
W$L-hslbeteMev
Masssrece
aad
Dansdin
Sxe
J.
Viseounfe
P.
Bryan,
:Mr
iaPFIiIANOBS from Sugl&aS -an4 "Amertm,
Ferrard, Mr S, B, Sha-er. For Sydney— WaagaauL
Testa aaa
Wests Habz Hoteu —Mr J. B. eoa&liDg-taieim cottsteKst
Misses Taylor and Baaean, For Auckland
on w& H©Wese Psinaiplss edapttog:
Falßaera'ooa; Ms? 25 Jackson, Beattires
—Mr Harold Swithinbanfs, J.F.,and Talec. Black,
them, to the moatb wlfthos&paSa, [email protected]:&arami
Meant;
Somers;
liana,
I»awreac©;
Mr
For Port Chalmers—Miaa Boekea. For
Is appssrsEco, dara'als, &a 4eft. fcke .Soas
dufcha; Mr W. M. Todd, Moderate Cost,'
WanganttE—Mr Geo. Bollard, Br, John Mr Jones. Inch
Jameo Fisher, Sytlaey; Ms
O-sakis
Mr
Besley.
fceitca.MrW.P.
&T aaBQBBDnniL'S' ,low.
A SiBrGtWASTIKGAI. TOOTS, SSs.'
Sydney; Mr X. Adaois,
Secondsaloon—For Tenenffe—Mrl<Tank S. F. Gaslick,
fcomo^-MQli^.
Mr G. O. Monfcro3e, Australia ; COMPIiISTB SET
Sarsoa. For Capetown—MrE. Broagfafcon. Sydney;
Mr G. and P.a and Masters
'SQfPSON AHB WILLIAMS'.
"For Melbourne—Mrs Is. M. Smith, Miss Mrs, Miss«
Class WorkSBHteaifeaed.
Cireas; Ms- Lams,
Smith, Sir A, A. Smith, Ms L. Wirth (2), Wirth's
High eJseafe €laiistslißrclu
H©w
Ms
Wright,
Yoskj
taaS
to
afoß
sat
aSassb
Mr
Sydney;
fsplaeefeS'jasss
For
•"We
? "Aiaerley s Mrs Gwsndoliuo Nelson.
Myra KembSe Company.
immediat-ely affces
teeaj as
feai,
Clairj
St.
Charles
ACCOUHI
ra.d
slfies,
H.
Macquera,
•Sydney—Mr
.wQiasui r©-sa<Ki®l agala tssst &®
CosES'a Honffi. —Mr Qcorga Kettle- .stamp
Biiodiagfj kaps Iα s?o£k. SpsciiU roliags
Wtt&ley. For Hobarfr-Mr *. G-.
escm'chatge wheiaev^r'aeossßaxT
'out
Bradford;
& £©w da^s notice
Hong
made
to
order
at
Watooa,
Mr
Kocg;
Mainwell,
Piaat, For Fort Chalmers—Mrs J.
Painless Estxaotions by the aid o2- Hits©® ISK VSLOPSS—iUi sizes and qualities, from
Kellf( Yorkshire; 'Ostf&e
land. Miss M&idand, Miss M, llaitland, Mr and Mrs Bawson
-<ffiaa adnadnaetenS; &m3&* Wm~'tas'
cheap circolarto tho Bestiianci.-jaaae
Bunedia;
-J»
Ateet*
.Mr
Mr
sa; Bscmcaoa, Sd,
C.
Admimstratioa,
Murray,
Miss
J.
Cuminshaici.
*&o various tea&s saw fesisg
■Mr M.
Mrand l&s MscCrackeßj Haylaad,
Hcs?3 oiattaadaaee 9 a,m. to 3jp.M.
used,from Ispar paskeS to theEes& HandJ?or Auckland—Eev. W. H. Johastor,, Mra Blair,
PattersoQ,
Oamara;
iieat.«
Casfe;
D.
Mr
Johnston, Miss Giadya Johnston, Miss
Residence,
India i Mr. and SUNDAY at
aai -FASOMMSHIS-Ml
Miss Colonel Ellisfcon,
Jfttrie Johnston, Mr A. J. Nprkett*
Mrs E. N. Senior,' England ;• Captain OASEMi SfBSET. OOBNER OF BJSBAtiie alsos aseti, &esded TMs Baed and
Plymouth—
For
New
;
Annie Glrvao."
•' Plate
STREET*
■
DOES
Danedln;
Mr
P.
■
Campbell.
AadaSsoa,
Special lEdttka of
For Lytteltozi—Mr G. •H.
Aiss S.
DI&EIBS, fffl
Bsrretfe, Edlnbasgli; Mr G. J. Hamlifeja,
sg&
Ho.
Is
conMdsssa
tfca
bssfe.
Ail
Surges?
We.
letts*
Biarlsa
Teles&oas—
Fairlie
Fairlie Creek; Sfi A. H. McLsan,
;: Blta»ao«ritoStq6is.__i..._ ..L..._ i l l
fOT
Third salcou—For Capetown—Mp Sana.
MrßolliEfc, Ashborton.
Pooley. For TownsTille—Mr T. Headra, Greek;
alel■Mr C. Stick, Mrs M. Diamond. Forair
PIAMOa
FIAMOSo
H.
VISTORAT THEHANMAR
boarae-Miss Mary Sommerfiela,
Hy.
J.
SPRINGS.
Mr
Eodgkrosoo,
Hodgkinsoii, Mr
Thoa.
Hodeklnson Mr Wm. Hudson,
The following is a list of visitors at the;
Xernan, Mr Win. Crawford. Mr Samuel
*w> WfViTI?Tie
For
Sydney—Mies
Nelson, Miss A. Ryan,
Hanmer FMhs Hofc Springs for the week
■|J AHB
Mary Percy. Mr H. Bernaseoni. Ms- iLLtrsd ending.March 27fcii s—MessrsH. Manning,;
J. Guild,
W. Mclseod, p. Bay,
B, Shaw, Thos. Mcfiatyre, James Wilson,
Mr F. S. S. Bl»ekbanie, Fefcer meCoasMeik, W.]I
■-CoUedge. For Porfe Chalmers
Cooper. Miss 3. Cooper, Mr J. BleCasron, A. Low, Joha McArtlias ,-'W.'--Hyde,-A.;
BODING -PBBSBMTS.TBBTZZ
For Tajlor.'T. H. Laew, Joseph Weeto, A.'
BPKQ&SI* QiJOTATIQHS TOE "SSB
Geddee, Mise Mary
MOHIAIA BIAMOK© ©BOBS,
H. Wiliacy, Mr J. Sloan, .H.-- Wssber* Tfeoa. Bsnrifct., .J. UalF, ■Jγ..
SGHJQMvWe 6-Q-GIB
WWEMSRS
PIsATB
Wm. ifctchen, Mr ,M. Peterson,-' H. C Strlpfcon, A. B.BEy®afc,'
Ms C, Snaitu, SirGaffney,
from ISaglaad. Tit.9 bsst;
Ms- A. SlaCTire. B* Pavldsoß, J. Herd, Meßdameaßatefeer,
lEiaJCHffa Use oM BRAHBi; Wife sad Bf--Istasb ssetltols to
GaSiey, Miss M.
teilsscsia
cas®
Hall, Lahmerfe, 3". Patesv
For Wellington-Mr J. Sidebottpm, Mr J. Bege, Weston,
I»sncß, Bern "W.B. Campbell,
GGH!HOira "Finfcag© €%t&3&S3
B.
son,
J.
Konis, Mr Fred Moore. Mr PatoceKerS. Byres, Bobert Erwia, Mesdames Flyaa, Hestor,
rfsh Miss Maivßrosnan, Miss
Nswi GI«KHCAIIUf WHISCT.
WATOSMASSB
"F. 23L <$h®
■ IXZBBCT HtPOETER,
Mr B. Croaley, Mr A. Oilijw, F. Baldwin, T.
GOSSHS 1 <|> <|» Et®S
Mr C. Groorabridf?*,
gaXtVAaad
ASD JBWELLBR,
;D.
Misaee'
Edi&
'Pyoe, A.
-Bryast,
New
G. Bison: For
-*� «ts> ««S»» <� <«SB> G4iBSIiKEJIBfWSST, GHMBTCEURC3E
At Suuaniajs,'B.-Stewart, M. 3. Chamberlain,/
Cor, M? J. Vicary. F«r Aapier—Ma
FORT
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For t'isr.^riie—iiv George Patfci- £&nee,'G» BaKeSt, M. McEredy, Batcher.
jtetdSk t^. nr
~
feakes
for
week
assl
CIMESS
Jffi
feh©
Tawar KSBT
L. O* Fmell, Total asmter of imlMs
SHiVA
Auckland-Mlee
m
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Dry
Bodda.
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SHSSET
USB OSBI
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I3OSENS Esfim Dry BHIEBY
'Xesaerii
PASSENGERS PER THETONGARIRO.
MONEY.
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which aznvea at Fer&
ser the Tongariro,
on Friday nigßfc:—
J.D.Wil?lrir
ForDunedin—Saloon—MrsGall
wallop of
"Walker, Mr
I sscosa
Mies S. H.Squire.
Gasnaya—ssupoa
For
Mr
«~Jkiv,
Smith, Mrs aad Miss Smifca.
©master, SoMeioer aad STotast? PaMle.
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SHAW, ROBmSON fe CO.,
THE HALL*
High stseeit Chrletchurch.
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Owing to the demands on our spaca a
number of lattsrs to the editor are held
over.
BIRTHS.
Bbal.—On March 23th, at Eyreton, the
wife of Mark Be«l of a son.
BsiOE,—On March 22ad, at London street,
the wL?s of J. T. Brice of a
Lytteltosa,
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MARRIAGE.
<Joo»wrw—ELMstis.~On March 24th, at
St. Paul's Mane©, by' the father of tbo
EdWardt-Mal&bj Goodwin? at
briSei
of the late
Cracrolt, third
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Frauds
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oLLlyecpool, to Sophia
John
Catherine, second 'daughter' of the Eev.
■ ..'John' Blmslie. M, mlalstte.' 'of :■§!,
; Paul'® Church, CJiristcharch.
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land, it beinj n».c>v:r,v, '.
!«ad (with tho c-icepuo-i <.c
tioa over opoa pi-ji,-;.')
,
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elevation in order to r-J(;'»
itself.
At
B*ja, iiom
c'jm!UUAioi.tc
distance, and
;
an oli v.^ ..-1
stncj tin:
uliht'':
suffiowatly high, c:m S\ U;vJ ]■;
the saasts 0? shii-;, t v-r. sh o •, ;>
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Tas pcwsibilitiea of
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Londoa and New York without :
mentioned. If, says the writer, r <were sibat up to ft great height 01.
with a condenser and held to tho csV
a ropo in which there was a strand w
and another similsrly equipped %,--•■■
npjkt XoQ<ion» a circuit woek!
thronjjh earth and air without tho 1
wires for transmission, through '
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WHOTSOB MUEBBB—THB
« JACK THB, RIPPER*
9HEOB¥-i
Othftr^stros.'TWH'■'«"••j (i '*"f
TOPIHCFSE
DAY.
"SVHOASfS CARIEB IN' AUS- ■
6gftfc W '11-CHTO Oad I'liS^,-",, f
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TRALIA...VB&nj, hnb suv>t a floi cl i. ,'.
DEATH OF WALT WBITK&S «," fi
tixpedteth.
nothing
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that
m
fasMSKCcI by this- ckunplou ;.
ANGLO-NEW Z&ALA2H) COM*
MERCIAL NOTES
a %s,t®p arid aro Hkoly to jji'ovk'v
».-„,, 6 for h® efcall»©t be dis&jjwiafced/* ia
CANTERBURY GOHiEftB BOARD' role a w.fea esfiag, feu& V&eso ii at least <<n© with all the *goi<i filling •* h-. •"
.„ 3 ao&a la the mdkl £o> whoiu .ffe.enus-fily somo time.
OF'GOVERNORS
,CRICEBT
EHGLAH© v AITS*
doss aoii apply, its, loaf es ISJlsos li'rca
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TRALIA..*
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woslimUespees'feasli woadeto
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OVEBIiAHB TRIP TO MUjFOSB
ani faoiisfj afc bis
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Jfe;» Tv"/?s IForM gives
MIKINOHEWS
6 espectatioa. fiao
accosafc ©*? Cat t?ms4%> latest invention
an
§
LETTERS TO THB EDH?OR
.«
fall for February
ai C<\ ■•"
t® a practical issae.
wMelij, i£ espied
I.6&inch; iho be&vJysi a!; Kfi*** ■
will protest atsmsa His at saa fco &n enorm* 21.02 iiiskes.
which fcde*
ous extent. It- is a system
,!
-, c"3
Ia tl.e
gsspModoiaias.sis&ti©3 saa fea carried oa has bean set asulo
for extension of tba UU j>
shore
sMpa
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at
end
the
betwc&ii sMpa sea*
system.
Press.
The
oa distant poiats of laud, sad this sabsoAiiiiEOSD itAMCxotrs Pre;.- h
lutelj without the aid of wires. A cas« la is Bnderstood Uxuu a n'l,! 5 t
prosecafcioa 11 , I ~.'
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upoK Mr Georgi. Cone, but.a ';'*,
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ETVHIOLSPFARGTY OVERNooaid h® fHi& ia mid-Atjlaatic. It is sup- at the instance of S* l>. .-. "
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posed that all ttie ships afloafe sre fitted I fcbe result o! a ptfl^onfci'
We referred bde% the ®%hm day to with the proper apparatus. An ocean [ latter for cafcfclOMksah , hu, v
the KJsnifeal impexfeetleas 'of the li&er
down,, sad may slak unless sreceafclj.
—4u JkucVKsrl
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ia H©w Essisfaace srn¥«g qpk&ky. Hot a ship is Fsßso^Aa.'
tbo pa".a»ft t"!- ?*;* !
Zealand! bufe ia om article ire ea- ia sight's bsfc aa oferafcoi? skilled ia fihe to-day (Monday) pn*> Fu" ; " ;.
'deavoufoi ratlisff to asesrtefs
about fco U&K-3 chs ttt \\ «''.! •> ■
of Mora© chamofceira xnanipathers »0 m&texials far the fonaafcioa lataa a toy located
terrace B«pti ?t Oα h; -."., 01' /'
ia
tlie
chart
and
v & K'-»s <>? c "'"
of real parties foet® tltaa to dlstsass
gained iau.'jy ~ :i°,.s." .i'
the larger emestioa ©2 Its saesifea. tha Big&ilS'Sar© taransmittedto a ship a'a&j ability, AuoH.in'l.
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Qn, this- orciifilois wo propose to dowa bolow tho Itomoa. This %*mi<e\ sta>
"Litn<l3 Itoi.o i' A«:fii."f '.
pesliapa
'sailiag
,smali
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is
"ico
elups
oag
f<; {,«. <:;.-, ;
-alaqe before
readera reasoaa why
oi
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a ledeag efibft should ba made t© BBsaE to sender any aestiteaot\ I»mt spoon v Dob v?p.s
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solto febe pf&blsm as sppled to the sli® trojfa her signals astii tlsej eie© ifiijusctiou
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by
(SMtghft
vessel
somewEere
coloay. ia. deing so, wa proposa 'to
Lewi
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deal with tha questioa .quit© apart OTtMa s> »4iaH of» saj» tbfaty ualea, aad "Littlo
miseoa aad %/ii*iOr.sp:s. '&'? J
from partj
as thoy sow
this opTStlsa is eoatiatxsd oatil l,he fees, vrsa filed !*J th* fCi"? r>. ■*'. p
&a<! pttrely oa tit sieilts of the case assas© seacfesa a ship big saongfe to feo ©£ the pLintisZ 11> -.* vs:
itself.
alito t& nid so I«g® n Teassl. All Ciia j
Ova task Is all the ©sslss itom feappsas ia His «sQ«i»a ©f feaJi-aa-honi; afc 1
the fact; that the subject! came the cutsido. lMj.s Mg sWpj hati'ag get tJio paraded foi' i<.j i-xa ,," '■ -"■_
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j&yifcalloQ, oa P.vJ'v"
up lasfe seseloa In fJr-.e Houss of saeacage, sites lie?
courcs* if aeessasrj, trera forfcy-jiiu:' jifi ,v if,
Bepresent&siTOiSj wl&ea s Comialtlsees ffiasl lining
fonsd lisa
etessies Mclatyso. IV Iγ { :,i .v
galectad from both sides of tine Hoassj
otsed in field
n.
creWj, aud exoi
sad
jpasssngero
teJics
0-2!
lies
ere&tioa OtoutJ, :m f
reported stscragly is favear of a
4be t.Vu-ri Vt !l '' * r
eiiaßge, fisa Oomialtteo coiMiaf®s ©f MlEes Iffiuds Sham safely at tfeiir
Mr, Fiaafsa3 dcstiaatlsa or# if s&o is bound tlsa Saturday £lic?3»<oa ; (*</*.»
Sh.o Hoa, Mr.
k&opa «,h®s algaals woi'k- the batten WC3 '-wIC, \i I.;c
Captais
Bα*. Kswm&h, M?, ofeer
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Hob. Sir Josis
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Ms, I, We Thohsost, Hea, to tiio paii te Trhica fcfeo ft.'fit jaexabSi"!:I*7 3C5 \>jy>J\
for
there h> %mi ."'
JJr. Wasb au.d Mr. O'Cohos, Tfee steaa«i; v?os Iwo&d and tranships
»lua, r ilk
otrong
gis-.ts
pamgrspli
&etess,9ir
firs&
la the -report sessiscd ;pcopk. Ia £ac <as© oJ
corps will hold r Chi:
$li©w®i what the ¥i©wß oi th® Com>•
land ia a desa© fog, asd ratter Qh&verao?**
ea
mitte® were. la ih&k ofluifta. It BaceEMiiask»wlio»sho was, ©a soon so Tho last lr*uf,tt;r-iad n *>tlii •"
Elerosene, 150 tco'f,
isid,, **"Maay aai tosj seziotu &h® got T?!IMa feisty isilos ©I Isad she Besfc
ease, J» H» Ho&KiSssiJ«?« Co , ••
arils are iswf goabty
mih. c©a!a©wtM easaisaissto mfc tics© om*
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received botweAi ohi't. ;\"."
siderable dii»cAui 0, tmd
Biimala iroui ship to chip* co.-.isu,
3&n bo established between
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aad even oceans."
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people Irccdora to v&w aocording to
DEATH.
thei? udbift'ss&d opiafssgj T/ifclioa* tho I tjcih, i.adj, !j, 01 ■ii
HtfßßEi-..—On March 28th, at his late necessity of supporting xihcM tb/fj 'y>
residence,of? Poulson street;, Addington,
of f T>lat?A?C3, •"Id.' > ji.' i ,">*?
to bo wiongfc?
Uriah, th© beloved husband of Christiana
shore illness 3 aged serving p&rty
Hurrell, affcer
Ttcm vdid j "svpijjht* 'i.'i
'.".c ;
Auckland
papers please other
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sjisfey--v© years,
niorma were peitsfced oat c;s ILo
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mimiaum tho iiuiuedou-;ik, j,)l
hoaxes, tet-ns, nnd elo?^ior.«
Pack's ptemino <
a girdle round about tho <. ■
forty minutes." The realm of fry'
daager.of being bmtea hj tbat c' ■
thiamodens Pack lay 3 beforj f
proposal by which the s-imoi -.„
eh© earth asay be brought isio
the great; centees of eivilisr! '-,■
tanes may be -ftunihilatwd by
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elemanfca which, separate oao w., (
another provide tho very saern-s ,'
&" :J -proceeding- .the 'Committee launlcation.
naively addj whick has been felt to Thb "strong? mas** erase al Jf<,,
jmeweit the doublepurpose of making probably
seoeira fresh Maputo 55.1
th'e wosk...-pleasant) at the time and performances of fcho latest; ?-; u>,! „difficult to. any suceseding Ministry popular favour,, who, discardin •>• ,:
taking office with the intention of pur- feats of strength perfometf h, ;'
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suing &"Knoreprudent and honest polic j." has gone in, for making; hi*
Anyone, "at all' acquainted with the may us® the term, by
Mα to, 1% \
political.. history of the" colonies Sullivan, America's v/dgM-ia,
■wiitßO doubtj. admit that the above ia pion, is, s« might bo 5av.; .!*, v,
& perfeatly iiir and" unbiassed- afeafceextraction* aad is of m\ln>-, '* •'
asent-'oi the poaitioa, sad that .any appearanc©
givmij no "r>tYv
practical, {schema to remedy the more abnonaal mascol%r
?<glaring svils of 'the eyitam should ---however, appc&ratscej
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to
fche
House oeitfal, for
comm#ad tttal? nofe oaly
the woin")w
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feuii to the, douatry,
s>?«t;c«
''' ."The-praotioal qussfeloa is s Oaa say he goes
and i&o'de>. h,wls'' 1
system'*be ;■ adopted which will': &m® a crane
weight
S6lb
!««?-, •
r.ro
the .'.effect': of"porifymg ouf political
life and, restoring, fco Parliameafi the lag fee co?d io '■..in,;1 st
control.'. O¥sr. she aSkfes ■of tho floualxy ia his tc3th,» "'\t n> i,,.
which the rspreseatatlvss of fehs people with what 1% «3erofi "dxr. fr ;,\
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should undoubtedly eajoj. Tise Oora« iitj. aofe
v,)j;
dees
mention
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-laittee. war© opinion that it is qttifes
th,3
'• ,;o'.polssiblo-to' ©ffeeo, §a§ts, © fe!oi'Bi.3 &:ad ittvesfcigatloi. on but,
ci:> v,
they drafted a selaeai© based ©a the this
iu-iiieci''in »
imodel of the Swiss constitution, sommoa
of
Tho pdo f8i v ,
'whiefe* .ia their oplaioo s '■woteld oat
r« *' ;
bring about the following results; Its goes to fclie well is
to Parliameats a .'real super- steoagesl aofe of tct.th r,vf*hu 1 1
vifould
mm. fclso t?h>» itc;-ivl
vision led control over all legislative to play &fashiOß,
each'-'-a
Mc1 "•
administrative
acsioa.
It
would
;and
aeburis aa"'Executive"'composed, of iM astonishes tho B|«3ot'it>?s I»; °\!
best'men ia Parliament',best Baited to himself oa his hattdn, aacl -jiiil" I
the work to bo dene, aad so placed possfcioa lifting a heavy py\ L
that they could seak tho public wel- grotosi with his teeth. AffcK ;*'■•
st faxe, lißfci'asaEieilod hf partf c«a- esercJae ooiaes tho giscs ds \
sidei'e.titoas and undegtudod by tho, tho evening. Aβ fcjpL.» J. f
.«preofeico 0! stsats|esas to scoure soma 10 cwt ia * 2W ' t
thok own positione." It would atco gwingiaj, plutforas tv ,s s":
with, v
give to tho represenfefciTCs of the J xh
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earvafcure oi tho on-,li',: ■
reduce to tho iaicrn.,i:i
abaorptioß, ckvttio vol. ->..- ",nalliug
carried oa by ir.thtation. x.\V «
of wires comi.-dinfjsi:.:!i Cn
This discovery b eljveifUv -i .1
telographiu{;*'sc>-0.i3
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Aeua'sad learn Isss esaet
'liaioas,bf xu&og tlx& «unti
,<rendered impossible.
and spring from, the sjstem of parly
government hose; that it is uneuitadi
•to "saoix ""a colony a® ■ New Zealand ;;
aad that' is other colonies, and even
'similar ©■vils have beau!
lit!
ia degree consequent
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i fsllij varying--only
eiroumstaticea.'.&nd
or ■
:<di£EerentL. pbsffifs oi the system*"
jA; fter.."..'poiatingf' out that even ia
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England the a|[email protected] ii feaking down,
a
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CONTAINS
[the .report goes oa to gay that a
vsaiety' of circumstances exist' here
THE ASCENT OF EGMONT—An In«>m- which .-dot, "not:
exist: at Home, which
, parable Outing—By tha- Bey, P. W.
make ib desirable that aaj .system ol
MARK TWAESr IN EUROPE—V. The Government adopted here "should
""■"""Cradle of Liberty—The Shadow Face res6-upoa well trndersfcood laws,* aiid
ef the Jong Ecau—The King and the be ''adapted to our particular circuaa.;'/■■kindUy'Ameri«iaStzan^iK:> ;/'*■ |
st&scea and requirements. ■ The posiSTORY—By the Author of "Helen's tion' of; th® Imperial Parliament
NEW
is so
Chaut«teq«ans," chaps.
; r.jß^aef*-*•"
Vastly.' different to oar House of
Representatives thac.a syafcem which
AN ALLEGED SPECIFIC FOB. INtolerable'there may work great
ILUENZA.
mischief hero. The -House of. Com*
THE VENERABLE BEDE.
Bftojtts contains some 64'G
and
THE WINDSOR MURDER Poetraxx only exalted station, stsroiig infiaenue,
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THIS MUEBKEES.'
o»". transcendent ability caa' place a
;«fJDAVID eRIEVE."
mem&si? withiu reach ol a seat in
IKEE's RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS. the Cabinet.. Hera a> larga proHALL'SFREEZING PROCESS—A Saving pprjaoa pi oue members
probably
of Four-fifths of the Powe? Required- believe taemSekea
to be quite
How the CJarixmic Acid Gaa is Used.
eligible for office." Therefore the
THE pAIRY INDUSTRY—An Interview constant temptation to members to
withMrDavid Wu&ois.
;
straggle "not for the common good of
FARMERSAND POULTRY—ByFancies. the nation, bufc lor the possession of
LADIES' MAGAZINE
Autumn and
and power is tar greater in this
Winter Fashions on View in our Shops pl&oe
A system,
—A Lady's Letter from Auckland— eoloay than in England.
—Gossip-^Vol-au-Vents.
consequently, which gi?es importance
to* the power of controversy, and
By
THE GRAND NAT3ONAIi
the far mor© important qualiignores
Captain Cottoh.
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"of administrative ability M is
EDITORIALS—The English jockey Club not) Suited to a young colony like this.
and the Victoria Racing Clvb
The
Turf Register," 1891-92—Living—"
Totali- JSfo,r ar© these byanyraeaas theonly evils
eators Doomed
Atn&t&ur Trotting airismg from* the system. By constittiClubs—Betting on Amateur Sport.
practice a Ministry must resign
, A highly interesting tionai
when an, important measure intro"DONCASTER/
Story dealing •with
in the ducedby them has beaa rejected. This,
Career of the now Defunct Stallion.
&is'pointed out ia tli© report, leade to
A NEW STARTING MACHINE.
the miaohievous practice of allowing
TURF TOPICS—By "Sm Laukoelcw."
Bills to drop whene?eir their passage
ROUND THE WORLD—By *tO?SBK?j!B." becomes,, doubtful, and compels the
N.Z. HORSES IN AUSTRALIA.,.,.. v
Ministry, for the time being, to ,f beFOOTBALL—Notes and Correspondence.
"come followers, rather than wise and
leaders,, and it almost
CRICKET—The Wanderers in Auckland.
« SPECTATOR" AT THE HAWKE'S BAY "necessarily compels a 'Ministry
MEETINGS
: r.>.\).r-:.-d
*• under the instinct of eelf-preserrato 'pande? to bjij popular
SPECIAL BEPORTS, OF NEW
ZEALAND MEETINGS -ON 'ST. «• delusion of the hour, instead of
.. .PATRICK'S DAY.
".making a stand against shortaighted
THE ATHLETES IN AUCKLAND— popular impulses." But what the
, Special Comments. ~ ~ ; ;, v ,.ivf eoionieSj the report goes on to say, has
DRAMATIC DOINGS—By Peospbbo." most to deplore is the fact that e&ch
AND ALL THE SPORTING NEWS OF Ministry is tempted t© X intrench
THE WEEK.
itSipcjsition, and buy off opposition by
te©>- ©ipandlture of publio money,'
IMPERVANAS..,,--.
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EDWARD REECB ANDi
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with all the baet Sewing
ia theWorld at the
F M»<< Contest
pCHEESHING MACHINE.
• ' .usRIS
EXHIBITION,
t!
i Award,
sc
GOLD MEDAL, was
obtained the
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED.
\ , Price £850.
Wnolraalo asd Estail,
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lew
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bourne via Soatfe and Hobarfc. Passengers—Misses Cameron, Yeaag, Cooper,
Bowe, Oessweli, Shand, felorimpson,
WignaU <2), Mssdamea Taylor, Gilbert,
.Thteowwrtosdtrogaecnrine each valuetecbmmeaadedtoJez«e
Blanketa for the coining
McGsw, Dick, Gilbert, Davis sad child, Institutlonß and Cotintar Storekeepezs,and evetyonelikely
chlldrea,
Haylodk,
Davey .-and- two
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Whitaker,Sir F. B.Beil, MessrsLiciitenc V/
steia, Carmichael, Bailer, Taylor, AnderB. KAELKNSTEIN,
K. C BROWN,
J^
M«iaeger«
son, Shortbridge,BeUjßaQson (2>, Derrett,
* Chairman ofDirectors.
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WMtaker, Handyslde, Kearas, Hawkins,
Swan, IrrUlicson, Loc&hsdge,
THEONLYVERTICALFEED
Champion, Todd, Davey, Phiilios. JSay]ock, Poole, MeArra, Masters Blake and
Brindsndtweaty steerage.
Post CKAiMEES, March 28.
IN THS WORLD.
noon.
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540 tons, Waller, from
Dunedin, via Timara and Akaroa. PasThomJohnstone,Eecles,
sengers—Misbea
son, Mesdames Phillips and child. Cool,
Messrs Adams, Taylor and 6 steerage.
Union Steamship Company, agents.
March 28.
Omapere, S.S., 601 tons, Phillips, from
Westport via- Wellington. Passengers—
Budvister,
Mesdames Jack, Soler, Messrs
MoLittle, Martin, Soler, Keir, Steath,
Pherson, Richardson, Thomson, Waul;
union
MeLanghin, and eight steerage,
Steamship Company, agents.
■ Croydon Lass, schooner, 51 tons, Moore,
_rom Waitapu. Cuff and Graham, agents.
Beliance, schooner, 5. tons, Johnston,
from Kaipara, Cook Bros,, agents.
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Lily, schooner, 8. tons, Bloom, from
Greymouth. Cook Bros., agents.
s Annie Bill, schooner, 121 tons, Cameron,
from Thames. J. B. Way, agent.
Jane Douglas, 5.5.,.9 a tons, Whitby,
from Kaikoura. Cuff and Graham, agents.
Wakatu, s.s., 115 tons, Wills, from
and Co., agents.
Kaikoura. Kinsey
DaneUin, schooner, 63 tons, Berguson,
from Napier. Master, agent.
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meeting of theabove corps will be held boßcae coErespon.dent apun famishes aa
lip, has been vested in the Orford Boa
the
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orderly isterestiatg' budget of sews aboutfixe sapj to-night at *Ight <tel<xfc*
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Board lor a gravel pit.
Wiadsog latiederer, iadudiag a
DAseEKOTJS Goods.—Gelatine dynamite; room, DriHshed grounds. was on view in 'poeeoi'
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Waltey
this
fames Jackson of the B. Battery, and
;sßer getic offices deserves congratulation on
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Mg-pgoEiotieH.
Misikg.—Mr James Henderson has re-,
tie following telegram from the
of the No. 2 Dark Mining
Eeeftoa:— «2330z amalgam
deaa up.'*
tons,
£«3ia 86
Wβ le&H2 that
TSB PROHIBITION CABS.
Sydenham Licen*
&» appeal caso of the
!?„„ Committee has been fixed for the
week in May, and that SklSobert
«3mdand
Mr Caygfll tare been retained
at
behalf of the Committee. The case will
be beard a* Wellington.
—
lt
<£
VyprELTOH Hasbqihi Boabd.—The liyfrr
New Zealand 'sifilewr* annouacea that he
aa entertainment is fche 03<iwill
fellows* Hall prior to Ms departure for
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in England hm toaen placed, afe'ctrasSispoial
for publications—"l caunoi titanic you
sufficiently for',all.. ths cara aiid tfouble
you have takea ovgr my afiaira. How
that you nave seal; the £SQQOaway s I have
no other interest in Hew Zeakscl thaa
the mortgana oa ———.■ .1 am glad to
get my aonej pst of the eoxmto when
the GoTerasaaai is jassuißg c©
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.feaietbosy Frozen Meat Company poiniw
that ft mattet injurious to feh
iuf otrt
allowed to Sow down the draiaTinto
fed rifer the Society -would be compelled
to take action. It- was decided' to field & j
ffiseiisg of the Coaceil oa April 25hh, and I
Ik .fi&BD&l saesfcisc? of Iha Sooiefcj was
ased fox April- 28th. After making
smogme&tsfor the opeaing of the shoothg sesaoa .aad tmns&QU&g & Isrge
,0? routine bssiseES, the msst&ag
<
'fesaisafed.
SrsffiSKAK Bosovsh Cotrarara.- —-An
eroiaary fortnightly saeefciag of the
Sjde&tasa Borough Cosxscil *®m held at f
p.sj. yesterdaj, wlea t&ere were preaesfe
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,
flfcter/Brotm,Bttdd, Smith,T&yl<%, leg*
i§w& sad Jssaaes, Apslogiss were jpe«
es-iva| fos fee afeseaoa of Vm. White sad
Soffs?, A lefclei 'was read feon* the
feteim-gIH Borough Council, clterag a>
*isHSjgJae, aearij aeV, for sal©,'the pries
The water supply system ren, fcaiag
"iaiel ifeua&eeesaary. Thelefcter
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The jfepor& -was .adopted, sad tiie
feea adjourned.
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all th&ti ©oald fee dssiredS, a&d
ths mstdi" eadsd oonsideraibly ia favoar
of -SprfAgfbl<3> the gam© wan mttch enjojed by bofe sides, the feoms team eateeia a Jjo&pltaM©
taiaiag-- **a©
maaasr. IShe foUowisg is the »salt «f
tilia seveml aetu played s—Ladies Benabies
—Msffl Eolselfc ssd Miss M- ColSlaEt;
(Spring&eld) beat Efes Batlow aad Miss
GdßaHaed
IIobes" (Asnat;}, 6—
Dotiblea—Miss A. Ooltha?fc aid Jaaksoa
Misa
Moos©
and Bass?
{SpriJjgfield.} feeat
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mos& enthusiastic, and is uateraJly most
Wesleyaa Chuxcb, Lyttalton, gratifying to oa.- With the Queen's best
ducted
on Sunday morning and evening by the segards.—-AUSBE3?."
Eev. "W. Tiasley, pastor of the chteroh,
Washikq Wa/tsbiiOO- Bbidqb. ■-- The
-who bau 3 Hat returned from & month's surface of the htsge blocks of uupoiiahed
North.
chtirch
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the
Xolanch
Tiie
holiday
graaite that'form th® arches aad parapets
was vary prettily decorated. There were of Watasloo Bsidg©! are grimy to a degree
lasgc- congregations both "morning aad which has
a ■ serious" eyesore.■
". 'T.ho choir undet the leadership ■Under these beoosae"
circumstances (says the DaUy
of Ms 6. jLscfbmaa'fljng special aaafcheaas at Netcs) the Strand" Di3teict Board of.Works
both services.—-A harvest; tbanksgiviag has determiaed to ask the London Coatity
service tc-ck pIiMJO in t-ho Lsascoa Freaby- Council to assign to the Board the work of
terian Clrareii on Sunday. Tha' pastor, washing the bridge. The task will be
fche
Wo Grans., preached an eloquent assuredly ao light one. Mere wstes will
esssaos feom DouteronoEjy,B chapter*?£& fe> do litfcle, or the winter and summer sains
10th. vessea. "Tne church wag crowded,and '-'trouUt suffice. There mtiat be hard scrab■Stable bymas sad sa aathem were coa« i)ipsj, together with such aa expenditure
srltet-e5 by the β-liois,'—- The saawal ■'of'■ soap that ife-isaay almost be expected'to;
sesirkes of tte
up'- the price of that article ia the,
ia the feswacks, %ms.
'Salyftties Jxisj
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LeestsSifun&jr
StaS-Captais
muster
and Casteis Scavaus. The
Mrs
barrsolsa wea*s pssfuEely dseorated, aad all
the serdcss "Were crowded. A ha?¥Qsfe
iield oa Saaday
th&aksfitiviag sssurice
HASTES?-
Harvest'atthanksgiving
the
*fc»eieaA Hish Sohooij.—A' meeting .of
'Board of ©oreraors was held yeatsria the Bead Board Office.
*«s*& were present—Messrs G. J.- Leech /jajsaaft, ©—0, 6—-1. Gentlemen's Singles
beat Bathesford
•Painßaß), H. Elaokett, H. Boyd, Qy .Coaa ~-SLfebe!fe
*-Fsltoa, I. Euddsaklan, and J. JeSjfistoa. {Asnit), 6—S, 6—4; Baws (SouthbrMge)
reported' that "'Mr Cock- beat Miacfeia X&aßat),6-8, 6—85 Jack(Aiisist};,
|aia»_&e lesse-j of the reserve* bad. mgs'sed soa ISoatlibnege) baat Bstlott
laad. 8~2, 6—S.- oentiemen*s Doubles—Colt*
baildisg3.o&
beat If oMaa
fut&SQ report-ed that'the selidol acco'tssts hsxti aad Bs«?e (SpringSeld)
beea audited ,by the Goyemmeafe and Moore <An&&&), ■6-L% 6—o; lacksoa
aad certified ©§ «>wesfc, 'Tfeese and Eobeit (Springfield) teat MiacMsand
»os Qse receipts to hare beea—Beast Bat? (Ann&t), 6—2, 6—Si Dawe sad
and
*^l&stKjhooi fees £272. Sapendituire— Colthaxt (SpnsgSeld) beat
«f.
feaknea £150 ?s 3d, salaries ..£4BO ,2s, Barlow (Asaas), 6—3, β-s. Sprajgfield
*-r. calanca £5 14s Sd. A letter.was .read wa&.
16 sela k> aothing—96 gamsa
**083 Mr Bo«ef Heaomastes, reporting $hQ to Sβ.
has feeea mselvaa
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of some of the-Baagiora'papils,
Tae toUowfeik letter of
WiacSester j—
Major
Clara Wftteretoa Basks, Mary
Ebeh Geckbgs,',Ssq.~l
Pegieg B' Arsotfc, ssd E. Boil, "March 12th. opals
ofEfe Tpaag and
t&e
aidiag that-their work compared dulyreceivedare
weli'plessea jnta them•swraaaJiiy with thai oi pupils of- sascli sayself.sreW©
well esecated, faitMal like,,
They
seiools. <£h® Board esp?®ss*dits.
aad "a credit to your establish.,
thought tiie meat.- Tours respectfully, J. A.:Xoaog..
at the resale
sro-coa*
wfieefeed feToarablj' «a"the The Eden Geoege Co.,
ia the echoot -A- letter staafcly teeeivisig'-letters spsakmg in fes;
,«sf
opals received end tha
Hating was rea-3, asMsg lor tering terms
fact that numbers of pemms axe giving
gpios o! fae school bttildings sad groups tts«CTiaiasiiMi'-to
paW!sh-thete letttas.'ss a
HsSo??
ijiruwett, together with a
wmt -to 'the holders of deposll
exhibitionat'titi World a ilskets taafe
f*«
tfostot opsfeand e&Maets will
at Chicago. Th© Chairman-.atefod
aaa.i»pass«
Is© predaceft fa a&wuSlsas'
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Ssisas AusseSaUcHt—Eleotria SelegfspJi—Copyright
Hew Yoke, Marefe 2T,
Walts Whitman is dead.
Wtds Whiimars, ths American poet, came
from Holland and English immigration
stock, and was bora ou "Long Island, Hew
York, in 1819. In his. youth he was
apprenticed botli to th© printing and
carpentering crafts, ■ haying -had a plaia
in the public schools.
He
abandoned these,komtfcr, for fehe scholastic
and 30-arsalistio 'professions. In bis
yotaige? days kg was a great walker
(sad
mado long
journeys oa -scotthrough the United States and Gacada.
Hβ lived and worked in New York
nntil 2862, when h& left for Washingtoil and the front of the Civil War,, during
which he devoted Mmsslf to xmxsiag ths
•srotusded in the. hospitals of Yirgixda and
WasbingtoQ, asd of 'this tiaie he
"km leit a pifdfol account in Ma
"books "Spscimea Bays. "ffis.: iatease■ smU
eoatisraed persoiial- occupat-loaj trhile'fpr
etsp two yeais .Sic followed the Amyjresalted in a sevejpe. prostratioa "and paralysis
si theend of the contest, from -which fee
suffered ever since, tturagh. his taind/re*
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PAYMENT!
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Two Unionists voted' lor the Payment of Memberj, Bill and four Liberals
against. Mx (Esdsfema and Mr Cham- .j
berlain did Sot) toS©,
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Mr Howard "VWanb hm given
notice to ask why, if taa self-governing
colonies are now able to join oommerciai Leagues admitting foreigners,
England is unable to form aa Empire
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Baron Hirseh spent a quarter ol a
million sterling on th© Jewish colony
which he formed in the Argentine
Bepublie. The natives were unfriendly to the settlers.
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\ The Statist declares thae. the
Australian Banks are trading overmuch la English deposits, and says
that it is aa"itosound policy to. have
liability aad asisfca on opposite sides of
the world.
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AMMiGAMATIOig:,.Of- HSWSPAPERS.;
The Freeman's Journal hm absorbed
t\LQWaUonal Press on terms extremely;
advantageous to tfa® proprietors of the
latter paper* Ms Dillon haa been appointed Chairman of the new Com-■
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THE
WILL CASK
pany*
'.'■'tlade? the eetfelsmeß& arrived at th.B:
and;
She-hi;
Mrs Parnell xetUiffi
;Wood: family
agreed to diyide.viieiHie interest with
Captaiu O'Shea and afterwards with
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Th&£ttgliSh wheat Market i$ he&tfy
and iaactive j Gpntitkeut&l is dpllf aiti4;
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colonies is active. Arrivals of foreign' Premier,
shipoients are moderate. There*, ai*s: by & majority p? 233.
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coast;, or Iα porta of call. W&aafc
declined sixpence.
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The total arrivals of wool up to date
numbar 350,000 bales, iocliiding
40,000 ftorn Cape Colony, The Caps
is expected to supply 50,000 -bales..
Buyers anticipate there will be a fall'
(excepting in crosao£ a
breds and auperio? meriaos), as coasumeirQ are unabld-to eopa viith. ths
supplies.
It is believed copper may possibly
touch £50. It Is Bofc sxpsoted fchas ths
miaos will agree to a limitation of the output, suggested from
Ameffies. The London m&rkec views
the confederation with disfavour. A
syadieato is buying freely.
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THE PORTUGUESE MNAMOIAL
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W&SMMGSQWg' MsSQh 27,
*£h& fees cousage isa suffered a
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'tff¥efopßd uueipected streagth. Tfei>
siippdffcsra of -ihs siteer saaas faqweyesf,
are a©6 d&salesij aad am am&giag a
«afifsaco of pasfclek,
&¥ea
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sfceamsrsj
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iacludifig two was*
Biscuits
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Is fevaaablj r^
flastiag, tJcdaSsg &y&eiot&Gs a«t,?es.gsm%
eyacaSs "anowdtopss, aaemtsaeSi. ssatiajtKß Sobs, Lißesl&
Cia"isJdjiwcJj4
earfcaia ssmsiy 4e» iadii-,
telegraph—ltom the Bluff.)
MELBOURNE, March 22.
Piiblio interest in the Windsor Anxder
Continues unabated. The information contained in the cable messages from England
e/afcive to the discovery of the, murder at
Raishili baa created a great sensation. The
poMce are firmly persuaded of the identity
of the man Barron Swanson, arrested in
Western Australia, with Albert Williams,
tha alleged Windsor murderer, as well aB
with Frederick Bayley Dsenxb3gB who un*
doubtedly committed also the murdera at
capacityr.t tho
_rhe cablo has /iven
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Th© first clue to Williams'a identity with
by
afforded
a
woman
who
Deeming was
resides in Riley street, Sydney, and who j
called upoß the Inspector of Detectives and j
informed him that tho description of tha"<
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had,
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known soma years before. She explained
that Beaming had wifch Ms wife and two
'children lodged at her ■ house, and' that
somewhere-'about; the- 27fch of January last
he had called, to Eβ© her. H© told hec he
had travelled in South Africa, South
America, and England
h<? $&w her, and
that, his wife died at Johaanesberg in
:Hβ
had just returned
South Africa.
from England
and had left his
childrea with his eister in Liverpool.
She had sot saen him siacs. She further
statadthafc h& waa wearing several diamond
■jiagSj.a diamond, scarf xiag and carded a
.curious walking stick, which was of- ebony,
'or black wood and Had- upo'ri it £ gold' ring
like & wedding' ring.''■■■ln -Melbourne-WilMaitoa had employed o> jeweUes to let- his
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joined
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disitace preyed
oi
Lorao
iv South Africa, iroio v/hcrn Iw
y/ent Homo to rc-i.pucar in IS-jvorhy, %w\v
etsoucjh a
Hull, iv Yorkshii;.
complew account of his exploito in t!u«» jujiqhboiu'hood h".a bucn obtained Lt A*o'tr:ilia
from two souruts. One is Mv VWI.L-ter, tiio
Governor of Hull O;w>l, whu in now in, Melbourne oa a tone for his hiuUb, and x: for
frauds on. jowollc.-s Deeming ixw-i<\ 'inna
mouths in IfulJ Oiol Mr Wob'jti- i-j :'nV\*
conversant with h a eriuios, cuid i-j a!-:> nblit
to identify him. The othoi ."nwo, ; o, .Misa
Steel, the oiotcr oi' a well known resident
at Strathtiold, who has forwunlcd; to Ilia
Svctm-y papers a loiter winch she roedV'Kl fa
May,' 1880, from. 0, friend in. Botn my, giving
an account o£ Williams' marrufo in that
town. Miaa Staal'3 coiToepoiuicnfc after
meafciomag saver d privato jxattiera coiv
tinuea :—
I muni* give you. aa account of m event
which haa caused Ci groat amounif o£ osoi',o-mertt in Boverlry. Some t'jno at tl*o b.fctsr
part* ol laqfc yoars .18li9 s J, thiul. ia j3ovcm«
b'jr, a gentlc-'i&n n&'nod
c-ua« to
Beverlejr ami task lo%'mf" v"«,tlt **< Mca
M&tho;>on, a widow vritli two Jaii) /ut'sit wlw
* he
had a large
in Kev/ftvk. J?.i fill
■vraa a very largt; sluscp fa.va.er fp*?m Aue»
tralia oa si busmen visit- to this, country,
appointing agent , to soli his
lio wan
in Hull doiag thi?» but thought ho woui4
like to spead a lif.tio whilo in Isav r'oy. TIo
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w&s
a;«wav,l of tho
hjjj career
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Kie
tesm defeated the Aostz%> ships, ha¥e feeea iaiasd st
raaa,
; ciwisg $o pstrolsam eatcbiizg fir©.
Haas by an isanings and
tioa oi liriEgiag a aiassg--feßa^; ,Md
colonies I© play t&ree "tesfe
fD£ aftcrsieaa tea, aas Aaitessnls-% tewls's Oswego
It ia expected t&s £«s»a will
Biscuits siad OsJa&s* a
In
•AasiraUai2BS6 Becetaber,
Bax&?
oa
few©
t&eiceilla
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■ XiONDON, Slaxch C7. sssao "Arab" Tea, ft's s© aa<3Wα
defieSeas aay
I 13iepHjjeeft ol as ®axlj Tlslfe of &team of
i.ikagjaßilsa
[feoit otns coßSffisroOTaaifT.]
Matheson. Sho %iit3 a ehowj
ff.Arops
yy by
sorfe of yirl, who ha J beeu
and
Scotland,
grandp«-reat3 in
dv«
ctitotl for a( puhl"c fichool is-acbor,
iiHnburffa,
AftiK
spent twoyeat.iafe<
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tlio death of htjc
h<11;
homo for her VicTuion end
mother in failing health, gave up collog?
au,d remainttj at h'juie to aa-'tibt in '.n.* housework. Tliu g«"ibl.'maa. %>aa not very ittij«
posses" jui|;f ia apgcsr»voc«, balovr
"-ml pl-Jn in
height, very touvj
ft'cfy. Mi«J
thelaep, and scruinl/
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Mathctou v/is j\i-,o iwonty-oitrj. lio tola
bar ho vr-xi wnttv £ICOO 1 ynv , ml Pha
thought that, ouajlife not to be fcJuwm away
asd £O accepted ."jua, Ifo rohavct? iti tha
K'.os*- lihcrat v,'ay> jnonoy eoemiug n> ofo,ws
tohim. He
to lake hby_n>i»tj ij»!y
out deivuif, coo cant! 7, come ttin v ; tx v»
li(S«kii aad pai *, <'-ud r.fc u.Uv?
h«
k
tTonld drivL. lie; himself ia a yr :v £ *;vh%
?su;f,L»ays>,
and ho 3fl< d» Lei*
They woro luarried o«» J-ho If.tk jJcb""T-.uyf
li>£o.
th<n-o t7t:x cslj" IS-.'. 8;
coupluj at thj woddinu t«e;" had »lir*/»
ftud
y.utv and the Pou'i'k',y
ei.rmjjcj
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carrwgej wore rut fraud
HulL rA'»ie
Ivefor®
ordered thexa
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"the T.'cd'Jiii/j hu
tit© StaUoirHotQl, Hull, to tin f/ciufkmea
iv llu|l
•Ssrh«a ccquv-iul-nioho h*d
d> m
aid wLoni Lo had
J;®
agoati £01* his "you.?. A& a \tvltt'is,'-;ptwen.tr
W bit brido nc> houjAt, a L'vjw caia
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BEsisU€2lO2f 01? WAMHIFS,
AUSTRALIAN.
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CRICKET.
Mbleoubne, March 28,
The Governor baa received a cable
message from Lord Eira'teford stating that if Mr Webster, ex-Ck>ve,raor
of Hull gaolj who is now ©a a visit
to Melbourne, identifies Williams, the
identity o! the BainhHi murderer
wUI.he complete.
Pbbxh, March 28.
Mc Maynes, Swansoa's solicitor, now
denies that the prisoner made any confession to him.
c&gks
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'brobesMre, Wales* where her father worked
in 'the .quarries. She met and slurried
Wiliiama at Birkcnheod, atid by a curious
.comcidence the Key. Mv Jisaa, of Birkcnhead, who performed the ceromony, was a
friend of ono of the lo%era Lying in tho
is
• house at Woolloomooloo. Mrs Deeming
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described
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.Imperial Bank o! lit. Petersburg, a
eyes and bright black Lair. Sho
railway loaa o! twelve millions at 41 twinkling
ioH of animal spirits and' she aaet hw
per'ceat. ;
I was
husband at .this time seemed ,is happy aa
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A&SEST^OJ 1 A MANDABIN. ] Icoald be. Soon after' her atxivtvlofin. Sydney
er hoabaiid wds coavicfed
stealing
MoxQ Koisto, Maroh Sβ, j 1bhrass
fittings, the property oi: Mftsara j.
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Daring his confinement in Albany
gaol h© secured a glass bottle which
he smashed and with one of tho'pieces
chopped off his moustache, altering
bis appearance ia aa extraordinary
(By
hotel.
mm niime j Gaa< LTfla n
is now Btuv.-ard on
hoznl \\w
towt of William:; oi- Deoiuiu.:
*• that of
tl,at avd aviwjyod
9
wilU
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w
Capt.
Walker
for
a
for
pjssa-e
himiolf and
* to South Africa,
familY
and joined the vcraol
before she left tho dock, but that Mis
Ward
did not make her appearance anti! tho
Uarossa was.paa«Ui» through tho bridso,
and then the captain saw thafe she
waa far advanced in pregaancy. Ho
wry. angry, and told Ward tbit
nad he known of the womaa'e
condition, lio
would not have given hima passagebecause
hz had no stewardessand no lady paaaongep.
On the paasago. the brothers If owe
accused Ward of stealing their gold,aeaia
and
informed tho captain.
This becoming
known on board, tho man was shunned.
VV hen within a £cv days o£ arriving oil" Sfc.
Helena, Mrs Ward was confined of a male
infant, and was
by her hnsibaad
; and the steward. attended
Ward said that'ho' would
tho child after. Capo .St, Erancit,
Jchristen
Oa arrival afc St. ilelena ho agreed to pay
:tho passage of the two Howesback to Caps*
town. They went ashore 'therefore with
that underatandinu, just as one of Donald
Carrie's steamers, which Heap believes to
have bean the Dcjjrobin Castfo, putin en
route for tho Cape. Ward protended that
-he was not going in her, but just as th,o
steamer was about to woigli anchor, lie' and
hia family .stepped on board, end tho
brothers ■ Howe .were* left behind ■ pcani*
.Captain Walker kindly, arrauged
.for a passage for them by the next steamer.
.Ward displayed ;% quantity .of dlsmoade
.while'on board the Barpssa, and. made.a
present of one to tho steward, one .to tl\o
.captain, and two to the carpenter.' Ho said
that he was then making for the 'South
African diamond fwlda. Ho
himself &3 a
and t'njdac"?, tan?
,eaid thr.t ho luid been c»<-,-.;': cd in
EsluJjitu-a.
Swanson was quite
Mm,
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police traced out tlw
who
The EofchseMlds state thatthe relief
funds subscribed in Eaglani have
besa the means of prajentiag eao*mous.moEtality.
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lynch
b,;
described as a youngfeh.
with
da« complexion and dark hair,woman,'
one of
the children was a girl about and.yeaw
five
.of
age, while the other, aho a girl,
to
be abouti three-or four ycir. oIA scotned
to find if Ward waJ identical with In order
the
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amongst -the sat>serit>eEs 'losing Jjard
Tennyson, aaad'"la
"he'- xeceived th©
leoagratulationa of' *'Htterafceara ** ia all
of
the
world
oa
'the
occasion of Sis
parts
'"serentidth 1" birthday. Hk i)€st-ks.owii
f
s*Brßia
-Kforks are ""'Leaves of Orass,"
Vistas.3'
;
Saps," end
to
War£
b
'by his wife, whom ha had nturciod In 1380.
.
She ia described by tho landlady with whom
k> Sydney as
TSfe
FAMINE. ! "they lodged whsa they
a twicsl Welsh lass. She made bo secret
St.
Fmsmsme
.; x
s Maxoh;27, -I
her antecedents. Her maiden ssarao was
Terrible distress - ia_ prsvaieat at' 'of
Mari© James,'and she vrcs bcra iv Pern-
Mhexßon*
-
*
&rstt.™ bee°
The Premiere
selsmag to murdered wife's wedding linginfio a walking
serajoa on. eooialism which was* the !
stick, and this was strong evidence, 'thereoause of a riot last weefei s.aid the fore, that he and the wan whom'the woman
,e6vernm?nt .would sot; permit th©:j described as Deeming were one' p.nd the
pulpit to [email protected] turned iato a political came.
Since then very roll details iiava been
tribune. They would rather close the ! obtained of Doaming's colosiial caxoer,
Orde«)
had
bsea
given to ©s- ishowing that he worked in Sydnay, Mel.'
dh'urob.Bß.
.pel PosbsSj'®! Scotdfa Jesuit, jfos deil¥Br- boOTQOj Adelaida laand Eockhaoipton
'Sydney in 1881
arrived'
ing a sermoa insalfciag the a?my« The jUesralag
nd sooa obtained' employiasufc 'at Jfaia
leader- of the Catholin party replied \ jatrade
ejfter
plumber.
a
8a
thatthe ,cauroh would accept a repubMo | Ha arrived he took lodgings ia Biyley street,
but not revolutionary doctrine®. The Woolloomooloo,, and had sot beeis in tho
before ha
a
Press Asaod&tba—Eleatrio Telegiaph—Copyriglit. ;
Jw»
tljab
wey the r,?bbe< o£ theiv money
the day Ijofora
Barauu Bailed,'and the*
oraafy. expressed taeir suspicions
ol
ww the only person who knew thit
who■
tiiev had tho gold, and where they kept ib
m their room, w!u>h ite frequently
viafted.
Ihe money was j.toloa on
tho evonina of
January oUth or the morning of the 3lst,
1883, from a portraantcaa fjaloaguiff to the
Howes, which was in tho room at tne
man Williams published in.the newspapers!
with the description of a. man named
I 'agreed
Frederick B&yley Deeming, whom she
CANADA AND'ENGLAND.
"Ottawa March 27.
H. Lauyier.asseicts that every party
ia Canada is loyal to England.
:
THE CHICAGO INHIBITION.
,' ' Bskmjs, March 27*
The -Reichstag hm voted a hundred t
of 'Gar-'
thousand for the
'm
M
THE ARKETS.
[
veyingSwanson at Bsverley and York.
They smashed the windows, called
Swanson & murderer, wad threatened
!
The
of a million of gold;
from: the BothsshEd vaults, and the
Bshring Soa orisia, tare had the effect \
'pt/disMrbing the'aloaey market.'.' ."y 7;
SCHEME.
',
*
iiolesa t-!ie Joneriesa law is oliaaged,
-Ths mines of SoaaQliaQc% ia Claili,
creditors «c raMag a prosp;aigsMs dt-n&ntisxm&xsa.' outpafj at ■tesft sgalnst the Portiigaesa •Simuclai
scheme,' mid' claim 'that a board of
eoatroli should [email protected] 6rea£sd.
■DEFEAT Of AEAB gLATiS
Hie Ageacy Company,
-■
■ l4SßoH > Ma?ea2.
she
follawisg aalils messags
fecelfed
;
K'®ws
bas
ten
feetiral from the
,,
dated LoKtloa, M&mh 25th :-—
Sasfe Ooast of- Africa that s garfsy of
Tallow
daU pf sal©, Quotatioas FoEtugaese
tra¥©llisg iefeatsi a tmsei
UEohaHged siass last tolegrasi.
of
Araba nosx li&k®
Frozen MaaS
Market weaken.
aad HbsmtodlSOO slaves.
Fxics of beef Ima
|d ps? Ib
AEGBNTDf E AMI> THE UMTSb'
Hβ
entered the since iasfe report. Quotations seminal. THE
aiained
- STATES.
Government service in Washington, re- Pries of lautt-oa and latsb has declined,
The
Liberals
of the Argentias £a?e
lltq
lie
\whea
west
to
tiring in 1574,
per lb siaca lass rajscxefc.
refused to agraa to iraciprositj with
at 'Csanden, New Jersey." la 188?? f<l
the United St&tea.
MsEngfish admirers-presented him with'a
S*- Ssess had been pmewsd. Th©
*«Ws sspost oa th© stte&dwM--*M
all efe© ipeal coinpsfcliloa Iβ g^ofes>- EtsaAanahtiafe-iSlseteis Sa3ageaJ&~43egj*lgfcs'
fee aaa approved.' A letter on. B&etnda*f
SIR WffiUM£ BOBQfSOH.
Urn' h$ Dr. Hufcehiaaon, of New
m^oQa
fsam, Marek 28.
»|»a,sse
aad
Head-sesd,
-tb&
Ms? -MiiiMSiKe ■ -liaa■
Sk
William
Eobiasoa
intsnds to
* ?ssoa t|j e
!
report
tbe Boara S" Ha
|ty»rg
; fto' fat®
*'S sot fake any
medallr appoisfeeS" photographer
to the eoloajj Ma continued
sc&oa ia too saattesf.
'Of Ossloy,' ated -also sjelrara
feesHeSei
th«
A Bis Bbop.—-Now is the .'time' .-fot
Bail and $tegss Iα Baglaad irasadeirißg It iaa&«
the Cootttew &Bd fraßy.
d Slssfek bays also b©saplsaaai
fe3 lay in stipply of teotab®& ha sisosld geaiaia the?e.
paferosssa upoa Mm, as*
aa tte price Bas folles to coaler
as®»
BASK SUSPEHBEO
*°t
f W aljaeraaiiy low figure, aad at peesal tennmembla ©111®photos
.distfepis&ed
of waom may
sp-odmea
sonasss,
BkosidmoM.
g««tHais
cfasapet
be 50' pcs
thewfop sto^of
Mmmmzm,
28.
Messrs WaideE Bros.- aai «w
«* the
tfeej aze-sdling best if&te. wiiW
Tks tkssM&t BauMsg Campaaj lias
is ttem&gKiy appreelatei
pcs fan, O2 10s 64 pcs? em© ,«f
Nβ o»® afeoaid miss seeisg tlie 'fete3| eusjJOTslecl pajmeat attar a saeesssfel
eS
noveltj of photographic arfcnowesisibited ©siStsnes of tmmiy-smren. years., Tfes
cresses, bridal and' Maud
&&d
deposits "smotial to
arranged at Naikn
teffis> «ttsU«iUy
the'assets ise- sUttd to be woEth
Idaoola. road, CbrisEcharcb.
-awoitttawat^lefe
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"w«» wii&4r»S»J
■
■ ;
fz?
,:
''
Gazette, be som© yery curious circoia-!
'Paris, March 27.
staucas attaching to the disposal of tho
many at t/hicsgo.
Temps considers that; England
Ze
foUomag communication from the late
» .M. EOCHEFOET SENTENCE©.
Priaca Consort,, dated Balmoral, Augaat! showing remarkable forbearance
-,'.
March 27.
Bad, IS6O, which,.was seeealiy brooghs the dispute.
to tho hansmes at © Isondoa auctioneer's.
LokdoNj Majch 27.
■EochefortJj who is afi present liv"ML
rooms s—** I ani
maeh obliged ta yon
The Times says that the party ing in London, lias been seatansad to
for having thought of m€r yesterday, aad
leaders in the United States are beat- a year's Imprisonmeat.
shall weas the pretty pin you sent mc ia
yosr resaeiabrance. We have, indeed, the ■;, ing the big drum of Nationalism, but \
-POLITICAL ,SBBMOMSI'r
best secorants of our eldest
whose the people cannot respond to the call.
B£ LoEbatj,
to wposfe. af feesnooiSj, ia tit© Prebfoleton Pra
Cfesreli. Th& Pastor Bar. 2&.Wrights,
preached ®m exoslleafs serEKSa* taMag as
Ms text Jamtes v.f. "SiechttrGls.i?ssmoßt!
fe W, Gea
asking tha OoEscii to
sesaisi&e. their dgeisioa not td complete'
..the' ssjk&ltmg tt© footpath £0.. CJoMoa
'^*6st-' Mtes soasideratloa it 'vm ;rs«
®d?ei t&sfc the Council eoald aofc «d its
*ey to alter their previoua 4edsioeu ? "'A
&S® «f ,the Local Authorities' Aa<Mt Bin
to the Fiaaace Committee*
Committee reported tbat the
since last meeting bad ,been—»
SfeateHil secosmt M 9 12b 4d, separate
«sanißt3 £3S 17s 4d, total £8% 8s S3.
&«eoaats to the amount of. d&KW,lBif 3d
_.. .
'
i Mali
kdossnified against all claiiaa for dsmage,
-
,
:
Our Wsddiagfeon correspondent -writes s—
Threshing operations have been'"very
much retarded by the Ista nana, asad
those who have not beaa careful in the
baiidiagof theirstacks will sniftes s coeSocisst.—
'An ordicsr/ eidersblaloss- Some I liesr are-wet fcoss
Acci.iHAKsATiosr
k>o to Boitoas. Oar Culverden oorse> j
moating of tlas iJonnail of fche
fees Society of Canterbury tsrs3, held a« postdeat writea .—The long spell oi Tflia
had pal: a complete stop fe>
IS3 ?>•£•?, sresfcerday, when there t?ere pre- Triads we Lavo
W. <3r. Meddiaga {is the ail kinds of farm work. ladeed" farmess
dnir); H. O. Eorbes, A. H. Oilhier, W, p,re beginaing to fear the results o£ the
T, CkaxlevoQc!, I>r. Moorhoisse, and H. P. late weS \?eatbas aad are longing for wiad
Birch, Secretary. Cosrzespondoa.ee was aad suashsae. Saia ceaaed to fall ia this
rssii relative to the drais constructed district oa Thtirudsj eveaing 3as6 'and it is
fwsa the nexr fellxacngeEy afc Belfast to now- espssted that pionghing will b© reShe rives Waimak&tisi. Parsassion w&s sumed without £tirthe_r delay.' Threshiag,
zested by tho Stive? Bossd fco_ construct j which ia one or two iastaacas had begun,
"fthe
drain oa condition that i& be kept j caaaot possibly fos se-commeaeedfor' quite'
prop-sly flushed, and that the Board ba another" T/eek.
.
:
celebeatsd fey a tea ia the Town Hall m
--The tables were presided over
by the Mesdames Hili, Esightsand Eiohie,
and Missea-Baniettj Harper, Bust, Quigley,
Doak aad Joaes. Atter the tea aa ©atertaiuraent tras given, at which the
Ms
Parsoasoa presided. Mr Baraefet iead the
and
balaace-siieei,
which
annual report
showed a credit balane3oS £2. The Chairman gave a shosfe addssss; and the foUowing took parts in the programme for the
entartaiaasaat--Alice Aifikeri, ©e?teda
Bigby» Maggie Els3ell, Boyle aad.Knight,
aad-Aies, Ai&ea. Ths saaweraasy aamea
was [email protected] oa; Sunday,; 27th ■ Msreh, whek
the Sβ?. Ms Chapmaa'- preached isoraißg
aad eTOSiag.' Tii©'iiaU- was prettily.decorated mfSgt Sowers sad evergreens' by,
Mrs Knight.
■
■-■'THfl WBATHiSB AHl>-TECS HaeV^ST.—
,
.
aad seven persons ißJtired,
The Presidents ia taking stsps to
make any one depositing esploaives in
,
as
blotter.
, of
fwTlT
h ths
commanded
S?Iw? f l • r,H?
ie ; accomjaaicS by Ward
«S» , Or? !10ll!f,
f'
fee Whew
dSTS A '
Lootojv M&yeV 2.6.
Deeming'e confession as to hia comBsbun, March 27.
M
The German Catholic Prea® is mittal of two of the " Eipper
was
first
ia
published
murders
tho
with
the
taunting she
fact that no crisit used' to happea evening journals, and created &'tremendous sensation. Opinions regardunder the Bismarck regime.
truth of the coafession are
.Sere liehkttsoht* leader of the Social ing'the
Democrat party, asserted that the very conflicting. The Scotland Yard
officials do not believe Beaming's
military system was gnawing the
possibility of
of the European nations. Hβ-advo* statement but admit the
8,
cated the tnpisfosimatioa of aportiida Ms being the " Ripper, as Ma moveof the amoy iato mOitis and de- ments in 1888, when six of the murders
nounced the annesation of Alasce and were perpetrated,' are"unkaown.' His
othez~moveme&tß ara consistent with
Eorraine as a crims and a blunder.
Dwmiag freToa CJsprivi defended the separa- the theory of guiletts
Jack
the Sippet's"
queafclydiscussed
him,
affirmof
the
held
by
tion
6flficsß
ing that the Chancellor of the Empire crimes, and is known to li&vo possessed
ought not to be involved ia a erisia a aumber of kniyes.
The Head of the Criminal Investiwhich affected Prussia only^
The Federal Council of Germany gation Department thinks of trying
has recommended the construction of to eeoura Beaming's remand to Eng;. ■
'■'...
strategic railways at a cost) of half a land. '.
million.
■
■ ■ ■ ■■' - Albany, March 28.
During the journejfrom Perth large
crowds of people, among whom were a
HOME AND FOREIGN.
a numberof rioters, met the train con•*
bees arrested.
Foreign aaarcMets are bsiag expelled
from Fraaco.
The house of ilia barrister who prosecuted the Anarchists, has been
wrecked by aa explosion of
~
IK TH3 JToETH ISLAHB.
AKPIiBtGBOWIHe
A; 'Wellingtoa telegrasa ■ says —J- Mr —The fii'th. Kißiveraary o£ this school was
•■Seaalcffli the official instructor in fruit
ealtuse, has just retameS from a visit ol
inspection of the district* estendiug front
b».to.PalmersSoa via She West :Coast,
'thence to Woodville and back via Wairsj&|ia» Hβ reports that the district genersily, with the exception of Featherstoai
Isiavosahie to fruit-growing, bafc regeeta
'feat maay of the orchards chow neglect,
sad the savages of scaley blight were
apparent.
'.
■
S"a®-.,Bivy G. .o.' (Jsusb's Mission.—
'Early yesterday morning a special prayer
•>**ig«tsigiras held, and ia the: .'.aftesnooa
Bibls' residing and a children's meeting
were held at St. John's church, Latimer
■'
te eonneotios with the Mission"of
''ike'Bevi' J. 0.: Grabb. At 7.30 p.m. "there
was an Evangelistic service, which the
severe&d geatlssaaa conducted* aad at
which h© delivered a powerful address is
eum>orfc of the object of his mission.
service special and approTbfoT3<ihost the
priate'lijiaas vere siuag7 The congregation ts-as a large one.
The bomb factory recently un-
eaythed feas lie&eUquasreers at Kavachal,
Th© cMof of ths coaspiracy has not
t
"..■.■■.
■■
Pabis, March 27.
.
pph. of Wfflianu, the Windsor aowlero*,
THE "JACK THE BIPPER" THEORY. cm beea clearly McaUac-d
by two indeoeja-
MENBED.
the public street guilty ©£& capital
oSence.
Paeb, March 28.
The outrage perpetrated on the
barrister who prosecuted the Anarchists
was carried out in such a manner that
the dynamite was placed on the landing, and when it exploded it destroyed
the stairs and shut) off the retreat of
the ©Tenijagf Mc North sssg two tenor the occupants. Every effort was made
gongs," Good Night Beloved" m& "The from outside to rescue the inmatea,
Message." a»& Miss M. Fearaa sang two and ultimately all, with one exception,;
songs with mtjeh parity of tone and
alive by means of a fire;
e3s>resaion. Mr J. B. North recited, and were got) out
The concussion smashed the
Miss Lacy JTorth played a pianoforte solo escape.
Up to the
and accomr>&nied the various songs excel- windows in the vicinity.
lently. The Jenny Lind apparatus was present ho arrests have bean made in
explained by Mr Horth at some length and connection with'the outrage.
also the vowel scale card.
PsasasNTAxioN.—Yeaterday afternoon a
presentation was made to Mr J. Olhvier in
LABOUK QUESTIONS.
oommexaor&tionof Ms eightieth, birthday.
The gathering took place at Arenas' Cafe
de Paris, Mr T. S. iWeston occupied the Press AffloeiatifflJ—Bleetria lel^apix—<3<^righti! i
chair, and there was a goodly master of the
HOURS OF LABOUR pit MINES.
friends oiMc Ollivier. The Chairman in
liONJaoisf, Maroh 27.
making the presentation spoke ofthe many
Morgan has given
Pritchard
Mr
rendered
by the recipient,
public services
sad the feeling of affection felt for him by notice to introduce a Bill ahortlyj
all classes of the community. He then in limiting the hours of labour in mines
the name of his many friends presented Mr to eight far persons unefer twenty-one,
OUivier with a gold mosnted pipe, bear- and restricting the employmeub of
inscription:—"Pre- women and children.
ish tie followingOilmen?
sented to Mr John
oa the occurseacaof hiseightiethbirthday." MrOllivier
CABMEN ON STRIKE. ■")'.{
responded in r few wellchosen words, and
Pabis, Maroh 27. ■
after the toasts of Mr Arenaa and the
cabdmers
have gone,
One
thousand
Chairman had been dona justice to the
J
on strike in, Paris.
proceeding terminated.
Cabiotoh Dommh Boasd*—The powers
of tha administrators of the Government
fesva baea delegated to Messrs J. THE BEHRINGSEADISPUTE.
O'Hslionin, E. Bennett, J. Gross, J.
Dotorman, J. Skaa, J3k Davidson and J. Pesss AsEecistion—El&Bteio.XclggE&ph--Copyiigii6»
Inch, in respect of the recreation reserve
WAsmHOxdN, March 27.
of 7£ acres, section 280$, at Carletoa, near
The United States GdvernmenS will
Oxford.
Dbsttaij Esaktnbbs.
J. Irving, send tho following vessels Co
H. H. Pries and P. Moßean Stewart aro the Behring Boa sealing grounds :—
appointed the Local Board of Examiners The warships Charleatoa s Baltimore
under the Dentaats Acta.
and Boston, gunboat; Yorktown, sloopaj
Adams, ?»angeir and- Mohican,, the
Thb JmrmvPiou os 1vrsm Le^sboat.—The Hsvenu© vessels Bush, Crown, Bear,
Yicsajof Hythe, Kent (Mr Hall), is en- and Albatross.
deaTooriag to tssae the necessary funda to
New York Merald condemns
enableMm to place in the fine old Nonaan I The
parish chorsh of that town a stained-glass both President Harrison and Lord
window, as a memorial to the inventor of Salisbury and says the adoption ol an
the lifeboat, Lionel Lukia, whose remaias, indemnity i? worth any sacrifice. The
steaage to say, are interred is the churehNew York Post generally supports
ya?d so near to the sceae of the recant aad
Salisbury.
Lord
wreck
of
the
which
Beaveane,
memorable
brought into promiaeat ffeqoisitiois the 1 A call of the Senate has been made
seridces of several lifeboats on that part to decide upon the ratification of the
o£ the coast daring the terrible storm of treaty to-morrow.
November 11th tost. The inscription on
The report) is revived .thato Euesia
the tomb narrates' that Lionel LuMn -wda
bom inDuomon, Esses, on May 18fcb, and the United States intend to take!
1742j that in 1767 he became a member concerted action.
of the Coachmskers* Company in London,
Business is not shaken by the'
aad snbsequently settled ia Hythe, where incident! as yet.
>
1834,
he died on February 16th,
"This
re
the
Sea'
negotiations
Behring
The
the
first
who
liionel LaHawss
built &
lifeboat, and was the original investor of dispute have been published. The
that prisciple p£ safety by which means Marquis of Salisbury wired oa Saturmany lixrea aad lauch property have he®n day that he waa willing, oa the final
preserved from shipwreck, pad he obtainedj desision -of the nsrbitratoss, that? tbey
SJa© King's patent ia the year 1785."
AH. INX2EQS 2IH<}LSCTHB,O3S SSSiPEINOa'< should aaaess tho -damages duo to the
Consort's.—There, most*; .says ■ the JEW sealsra from th's loslag side,
Crci4HQ,—Mr J..8. Morris, s membe? of
"Com*
Mto" Harbour Board Improvement!
morning at eleven the Bicycle Tonyiag: Club, lias just
inietae s»e yesterday
a large amount ol important returned from & bicycle ferar of the West
siirtsk whenconnection
with the port of Coast. He .reports tha roads to ba Ie
tarinen i»
really first-clsss coadifcioa for cyclists, aad
discuasios.
i vfeteltos was under
auaiveraary ia very enthusiastic about the teip generS Bbi Chusch.—The
Sunday,school ally, a special feature of the scenery oeiag
-rlh-JB»t bdfc WeaUtfaa
special services, which ij the twelve .mile, aveaue, rendered mors
--qrelebiatod by
by the .rate with,
La the ehLch oa Sunday. The beaufeifal thif
preached in the | wealth of csizsson. blossoms.
~'.'.-■'
v D? Lucas of Ontario
congrega-1 '.AOGIDBST TO ATsSESHINft MaOHIHK.—
who
were aanoua j Aa accident ocearred oa Saturday to
i££, mdmmj people
were enable to obtain j Messra MoAlpines*... threshing, KacMae
� hear him
was
the
number
ia the whilst st work oa the Homebosh Estete.
so great
In
to shift to fresh, atacks
esSg Dosic—Captaia Jennings informs the endeavouring
traetioii engine beeatae embedded in
s °P"I^oa there is any the soil, whicli, os account of the recent
thsS if'
®L* fjoia fever at Eio de Janeiro he j wefc wealiar, is very soft, and broke'its
j azle. The delay caused by the accidoat
ni take csES that no commuaication
6 silore* Att e3 l l sopply of will be e> great inconvenience and loss afc
to enable the steamer the present busy tiiae. •■■■,'
;
/
northern fort if, neceasaryi | Theatbicai..—Mr J. Sfc. Ciair, the agent
is
s,^o3l required ao
| in advance of Miss My?a> Kemble, arrived
takes oa board at Bid fog! last night to make, arrangements £o? the
commeneezneat! of'the season here, wMch
y°UQS Daaa tnowa as Liver- opens on tie '4th inst. at the Theatre
Abbess
was recently fined£5 andl Soyal. The season in Danedin, h&a beaa
got keeping a disorderly house, was moat; successfcsl and no "doubt it will be
lasted oaa charge of committmentto gaol equally so here. In Invercargill last
for one lEoath for aon-paymsnt of the finei j sight, Mr Sa&selle, who will appear here
kjjfcjjiyiaged to elude the police fornearly j at Easter, made his debv,t'm Hew. Zealand
veefcs. A clae was however obtained,i before a> large audienea and .&shi®vac| .&
at the complete sJiccass.
'-,■■■,,' ;
©fcich Ksalted'in the man's arrest
Moore at Bingsland j ,' iMFBOvsMmrasiH.EAKCupBA.—The Eaa«
hou3s of & zian named
aighfe by acting Detectivo giora municipal authorities hme lately
oa
--•.■' been.csrrykig out several improveraenta in,
•■■•■-,-■
Karesct
regard to the extension, ol asphalt paveg£lT3 .—Tiie following is the handicap for ment and concrete side cimnnala, which
tie Fifly Yards' 3£ace for the Captain's add much %a [email protected] appearance of the
trophy for unsuccessful competitors in the borough. The manner ia which the
saontiily saces during the past season, to public works,in 'reg&rd'to the streets and
m® earned out, give c. decidedly
be mwa on Thursday aexfe, sfe §43 p.m.:— footpaths,,
H. N; good appearacce to 'the town, besides
Ssis6lfftt—J. M.J. WafcsOT srarateib,
Sargeant 4sec, W. T, adding immediate"Value- to the properties
! Isdsrson 2sec,
Itaas s|3ecj seeoad heat-—"W. Halliday benefited, met the Borough; Gounoil de-.
fisrstcb, M. P. Jewi3S 3sec, A. Brabaer serves credit to; the jiiaaner lax which the
Harket 7secj third heat—A. improvements are being e&tendecL, 2b is
AsocTm H.
lioaisloQ 2sec, J. Eaves Ssec, A. Hj Jewiss ezpected that; shortly the public clock;
:E, Saeddon 'JJsea j fourfch Seatr—J. which tiaa beesfor some timeunder OEder,
B, DffiDcaa
W. P. Andeasoa Bjsec, E. will be plasedis the turreto£ the Post
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TaSesrapih—Caffpi&fi
Press
-JM»gM&ttar-ut«l engineer, aad aald J&fcfr-be
CMae from feydncy. It was
tfeafc be
was dressed remarkably wellnoticed
ead'fejra «sr»
oa
ringa,
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and that hia wwmmm-'sm
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nateopgaontßkst to thafc of Ma fetfo.
seemed, shabby and neglected. A photp-
THE WINDSOR MURDER.
GERMAN AFFAIRS.
ANOTHER DYNAMITE OUTEAGE.
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ANARCHISTS IN FRANCE.
telegraphed to the
the Blngt.
Tss CiECtrs.—Thers was a very large
attendance last si|£hfc at the circas, every
part of -the teat being filled. In 'the first;
past o£ the programme Miss. HEarisela
Wirta aaade hog first appearance. this
season in a statee acfe oa horseback, and
also iaths invisible wire act. The other.
items in the first part were selected from
the repertoire of the Coaanany. The concluding gtortioa of the programme was
"Dick Turpm's ride to Tork," in which
Ms T. Wirts as Bick, Mr G. Wirfeh as Tom
King, and -Mr J. Wirfch 83 Sammy, were
¥e?y good. The act was admirably carried
,01st. ■ The prograiame wiR fes repeated toaight, aad to-saorrow there will ba a
change of programme.
Taa Jbnhy l&tm Method.—Last.night
Mr A.-JL Hostij gave at St. Michasl's
Schoolroom the second demonstration of
th© Jenay Liud method of singing, when
these waa & very good attendance. _Mr
Horth in Ms lecture gave a practical
demonstration of voice production, and
took for his subjects position, breathing,
and projectiOß of tone. In the course of
Mr M. Lewis, the
ofAethabbt.—A Captain's nesday eveaisg next
CABLE EWS
N
otbi-EWEws:
GABLE'^NEWS:
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Tboot.—There
<letaile4
of his life is Australia,
foj? MrA. Finb
wMdow on Saturday a desoriptloaof.bis msmsga sfe Befedey
W. J.
fWitiiig and disehargiasr same we classed
troat,
weighingfine
121bs, sad of Ms Journey xmder arrest feom
the erening a
jjs specially d&ugeroos goods within
by a.-Leastou'eagles inHaU's Creek. Southern Crossto.Perth. This infora&tioa
sieaniag of the Dangerous Goods Act, caaahfc
—Oα
Novs&
-Ehtbbtaikheht.
Wedis specially
Pjbsss from
A
geligmite and fuses asd detonators
.;
was
Tj^-i»j^s ;:OTBSDAT-,|a^jtf33a
or FoUd silver t.icked br*-t»rt nx &tt
r/Vick
sizes, «nd a diamond
i*i lioc
Sfwfe 190 gafxca'Sj und tvhielt t-lw
Uα w>401 ; J. a
hair \vii«a sho wna ixiarriud.
b?acol"tt itai well, b ifc there vaa ncno
'd jjmoa<ie ftuod citoagh to suit!*'«» xh XTtt)?s
iiefepcas»
30 one \yjis ordereo from London.
the b,ortyiaooii of ihi'CQ uecb jr
snnlk
of Engbad and returned fco Bevwr?»fj?. twft
thj Lequmißf of Mftrdi.
TLw
?y c6
theStation Hold &aJ| on Frca'' !,¥.'».
laft lior in ilso hotelt nfin*
r»aa gohj,j to <;,«t> i-havi'd ?ju* r^o ,; 1!.!
scon, to iack, ''ufr bLo hsn 11 ■>*?£? swn
Ma eiEcs, It c.ppsata Jia
to lisa
jcT/f.llor?and obtibiod the
bri'rii&t'
;a
ordered froia loaders,
necitefe ftnd ring t<a attach, in r!i fjt ik®
.ratl
tIKV.-a
! ?re«
valaoof £285,
paid lor
-~iU* two
vroua articlej hy had
cUcqua-j- bat; bouu; Sis-iiu-Juy b -U-Lolji'-iv ws
closed, cik: v;h»j\ ®n
Link
■Rail
,
;
very
much mpoa tho mind- of aia wise, and from
a cheerjj lively girl sis.c chauged to a moody,
IrretiCTg
T/omaia.
i Dtmnlng aexl remoFcd toa Melboarao,
and we find Mm hem ia 1883, plamber ia
,th.c employ of Messrs JolmBaaks and Son?
SsMxrko"fittest. Ho proapsred co well fchnti'of
ia S~nly of that year lie weab to Kockhamptoa; 'Qneaaslaadi, and ehortlj jifterwards started business on bits ovm accou&t
there. Whence 'he weat to Sydnef. ia 18So,
«k! estaiblishod himself ia PblUip titroefc.
•Jjsotlies, oMld was bora to h'la 6Lere in
IBS 6 at which time Bc-n!ng fave
Ms own &gs ps to.j'-i.y-tlii.rse. ri!hea
we Isave for two j"ea.j
familiar
record rupeated, laxxjrles
a pony camaga) t debts, dim?, a fires £nd
fiaaLy in Beeem'bsj', ICS7, ltocmtag, who
fcad iso far dabbled oaly ia
larccay,
attained'tbe 'hohour 'of frauctulcat bankssativa
invustiverito
!
His
isad not
raptcy.
foraakta Msa, for bs thoagMfellj a«i\xrtL-i!.yd
at tMs Jojaetars that 16 beaoved
Bajley llcemiG''* to re-jpair lortliWitii feo
to dais aa iulicntence j
X&verstooii la
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Icoday iaon*iag tho cheque
,
vtr.
i4v«*
to
;
lit"
autJ,sed h«
v
<tj wrurant v/pi fused it><*
<j*c?t
-W£c traced to Monlo Vi.ko >
~>» fhj
c*ly
tirak
cot.
Hf»
Ji£.d (uvea
cr «
prei-vjiti
he
s r,/
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afl In-- outfit, which \,-- di<s
lu«f»
good one, asd all the rjoary
He Lad persaaded lw to tcAV &H I c~
4scupt .1 iiw jw6" iv'm, ?>_
'dbes. ?t w. «j <k,v. n j«4 }}**{
Lii-don* aad
bo liM dt'&«iP-3J tL.r tA'£» t) (; t
t, \jti
t«w
luggage, bat foMßii
awaltlog Slim, hut the cr*idit<sr3 did not it. lie even tool; b<v v» ?JvEy : x ij r-dt,;
swallow tho Baitj sad the ft.*al(. wvj a
f,
,B a
"'-< «Lo
fmuv&fa quatre dfksure va the Xa»olrency Toad *it, cad f o.*{,)>u'ciild
\; (';,Ah
zj
Cbort3s aad a committal for
Ixli !
£0. larevaxicatioiio Oa lib release, a fo?7
">" J vi
days" aits? the €hxiifca&3 ol 2&87» things and j»s is haJ taken «i- J
looked black, for in tfee interval it. had.
kid
if\/. kAt,''lift
*,Js4* x*ct
tratsipireil thafe tho £a£»lvcat'» cccousra ■n hole tlia/ w*w & dtop
iv
ware ecaked." Tfce tkto Ix4como for di&- ol iii'ji'oiiiQ'u.unk'i.Pii'i-l'c:,
good re : "« 'to-- cztSnra.'-* f;p' i r jpca^ire
appeidng:, aad Bsejnasg left,
33i© nest news ©I Mia comes from AdaMds, Aboafc tho cud of Bocsabcr IC3?,
s
©? the fceaiamag of January, 185S, a a»n j arjJtlitTli tosra.'
the assis of W. /s*'d, swadl \rlio I
wlio
wa*
fVzs Vo->
Tlileo
was &ccomp&nied by a "sreffi&B pariljif as
for
Ma snfo asa two cMM»ca, a**2i sea at Ade-1 ccalcjic-i fd uiit mot]'
laUe in one of the Adelaide Cota^%sxy & j ids Jv-r
Ck v i
.ti vr«vu r'fso.1 Mfcs J.ifttlw3«a
Bteaxasra from Melboanis or Sfdnev. He cntod for bis fcigisay
pafe
at aa hotel &t Bort Adelaias, and
about a month or live "weeks
stayt'd
«"t
until they eoald go* a
t» South
rrr*' f ;j." Shig oa t'ia
, :,:« So
Africa, At div c-anie mid T/:re slaving l« vc rawm.'j to «. iv Ho\to V!ir?jMg
tliH
swf
tro brotherr named STore, aaJ Wara
sfnsc& ap as acqaaincaocs vitk iiham> IFb&j
T,l
<" *
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for;* tuVf <v:
u.ir a,*l
pAtttcaUtiy «--ctiv« '/d d*
to
pixels ol asasvra&etjt tosothor. | r,atJ
* *t&
cop;
.rjltiF"*
nonovas
t,
w,n ti
ju<
Ward at that tisua isrs? itpsrdsd as a
ia
'~
and
of ifes
mystary l>j the
the people livisg thsr<s. He i.pm&sed to I
aed I bo/»iTea Any iscopa il»
have BHsaty of toosey sud
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w>ir& iKre
v;.5 so ironcy
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The telegrams published in the Melbourne papers from Perth sfcat<» that when
''tnestedat Southern Cross the warrant was
read over to Swanston, his latest name, and
he immediately said "I Mam innocent. I
know nothing about; it. The constable
custody at the hotel until the
.Kept him in
following Monday morning. Daring his
gtay there he frequently endeavoured to
obtain further particulars of the charges
against him from the police, who told
him that all they knew was that
they had received instructions from the
'•Victorian Police Department through the
Perth police office to arrest him under the
name of Albert Williams on the charge of
having murdered Emily Williams. Hβ
said that his name was not Williams but
Swanston. On Monday morning he left inthe coach for York, a distance of 100 miles
from Southern Cro3B.
The police party
teavelled only by day and rested at night.
handcuffed
Swanston was
all the time, at
night he slept handcuffed, and the
watch
over
him by turns.
police kept
She party reached York late on Thursday
evening. Hundreds of persons waited for
hours to see the prisoner arrive, and there
-was much excitement when they came.
Swanston was confined in the lock-up all
-aight. The party left York early next
morning by train. The railway platform
■and all the approaches were crowded
•With people, and the crush was
jbo great that the police had to handle the
crowd rather roughly in order to force their
■W&y to the carriage. Swanston maintained
cheerful mem, and before entering the
carriage spoke to two ladies who were on
the platform, saying, "You need not look
•at mc, ladies; lam not guilty." At one of
«
i»heBide stations he made some remarks pro-
testing his innocence and declaring that he
come back with his character cleared.
Whe; prisoner strongly resented every at4einpt made byBtrangers to look at him. Ho
alsofoiled several attempts that were made
"to photograph him by changing his seat
At Guildford the crowd on the
was immense, large numbers of
■jjersons haying come-up from Perth by ex-1
•press for the purpose of looking at the
-priBOBeR Some of them tried to force away
paid a visit with
Mr Brown to the
Company's siding, situate at the southeast corner of the city, and inspected the briquette-making machiaery at
work. The machine is very strongly constructed, and is capable of turning out
twenty-five briquettes per minute, each one
weighing l|lb; a day\ output being six
tons. The composition consists of the
ordinary coal slack and tar, twelve gallons
of the latter reduced by boiling to eight
gallons, being added to a ton of slack. The
tar is brought from the gasworks and
emptied into a 200-gallon tank, fromwhence
it is pumped into two 400-gallou tanks
overhead. These two larger tanks are
fitted with steam-tight jackets, and the tar
isboiled into pitch l>y the agency of steam,
the boiling reducing it as befores&id
by one-third. The contents of one
ANGLO-NEW ZEALAND COMMERCIALNOTES.
SPORTING.
TARANAKI
JOCKEY
CLUB.
NEW PLYMOUTH, March 23.
The following acceptances have been
received for the Taranaki Jockey Club's
meeting :—
Jockey C_ub Handicap,
of 250 Bom *.»»
mile and a half.
The Dreamer I Scot Free
i St, Mai
IZiochNeaa
-tarns
IWefca
|-.warnsRose
IW-isper
Prestiero
Krina
II
W__n_. Handicap, of 50 soys. One mile.
Tbe Dre__ter IMelas
IMasteet
Fleta
kMab
ITaUoch
Torpedo
| Weka
j
FivraG Hanmc-P. of 60 son Six fnrionga.
tank are used while -the other is Heather Bell j Phormiam
8 Weka
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boiling, the latter operation taking some Cretonne
Tenax|3dapcap
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Torpedo
Loch
Ness
ill-*!
or
The
twenty thirty hours.
pitch is run Prestige
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into a horizontal receiving chamber at the
!__> IKS' Bracelet, of 60 soys. One mile and
required rate, and the alack is shovelled in
a naif.
at. the same time. A spindle with pro- The Dreamer IMelas
I Tattler
upon
|
it
revolves
within
the
Doras
jections
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cylinder and mixes the materials, and it is
then forced into another vertical cylinder,
SPRINGSTON RACES.
into which steam is passed for the purpose
of completely liquifying the pitch so that it
following nominations have beea
The
will the more readily mix with the slack. received:
Rotating blades work within the cylinder Hubble Handicap, of 15 eovs. One mile sad
to complete the mixing process, and carry
a half.
the material into the first of tlxree Tornado
I Chestnut
j Masonic
chambers in a revolving barrel very Loo
Wallace
J
JCixactwick
Bimilar to the chamber cylinder of a
Farmers' Plate, of 10 eovs. One mile.
revolver. A. pair of plungers, one from
Alice HawI Preston
I No Name
either side, shape the briquette in the
Chora 1Doric
I CornRose
chamber. The barrel then partially revolves Grey Gelding i Dandenong -1 Masonic
Barney
Balroney
Allen
I
I Chestnut
and brings another pair of plungers into
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operation, which exert upon the briquette a Matartki
Open Handicap Trot, of 20 som Two
pressure equal to ten tons to the square
miles.
inch.
The next partial revolution of the
Unknown
Twilight
Little Ciiarm 1
barrel causes a single plunger to push the Connemara (Lily
iWnispec
complete briquette into a trough, from Maid ot Ulster | LornaDoOa J Sunlight ,
Young Irving-1 Siivertbreaa
whence they are lifted into barrows and Victor
i
ton I Ringwood
I
carted away to the drying ground. Two Bob
Blue Gown I Oddfellow
I
to
jets of water are
small
used
keep the
chambers cool and enable the plungers to
work freely. The machine is driven by a
12-horse power Ruston and Proctor engine,
and the chief action, that of the plungers, is
given from eccentrics on a main shaft. The
machine was perfected for Mr Mowll, a
Dover coal merchant, by Mr Messenger,
marine engineer on the London, Chatham
and DoverT&ailway. The briquettes quickly
harden as thay cool, and in a few days are
ready for use. A stage is justbeing erected
for drying. 100 tons at a time. The briquettes can be produced at the same cost as
West Coast coal, a&d the present demand
is greater than the supply. They are very
handy and clean for household purposes,
and make a good and lasting fire. They
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SPKmasroH- Cop, of.25 eoye; One mile and a
halt.
Bay Kins
Kttmarnoofc I Corn Rose
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Jfiria-go-braßh l Doric
J SUver Pina
Loo
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District Trot of 1080V8. Two miles.
(Te-1 Loma Boon
Shamrock IL j Charlie
vendole'e) I Nellie
little Cnarm I
(Holmes)
I
jKilroneT
Unknown
Gladys Lean i
Maid I Lady Jane
;
Silver
Thread
Last Chance I Never Seen [I
Them Roller
Coaaemara |
FtYiNO Handicap of 15soys. 'Sixforlonga.
j Cora Rose
AUceHaw- | MatariM
1 Masonic
tborne I Preston
Grey Gelding Fire Fly
j Nora
Barney Aden Dandenong
[Kimiamock
Eria-KO-Bragh j
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Ons Mile Tbot, of 10 sove.
Blue Gown
Little
Charm
Never
Been
are also foundto be first class for steaming
Chance
Them Lily
purposes, and the steam threshing mills are Last
Young
CharUe
B*airNell
Imngtoa
(Cowan's) Adam
taking all that can be manufactured. The
Spinawav
Oddfellow
industry at present employs a foreman, Lizzie
Twilight
Charlie
Woolloof
engineer, and four youths. From the iTevendale'd) I
mooloo Whisper
success that has attended the venture there Maidof Ulster Maid of
Sunlight
Rochlea Nellie (pony)
is no doubt that a considerable, trade will Kikoney Maid
be done in the new form of fuel.
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; On Willisana 'taking hie place in the dock stead, so that for a. time that land became
\%pt the Perth, police court, the courti was valueless, and the water found its my into
4guickly crowded to escess, and Willieisas the back portion of thehouse. The next
tobe amused at the public aiixiaty indication, however, showed that in future
get a sight of him, but it was impossible matters would probably keep on getting
sop Mm to hide the nervousness which seriously worse. This was the flood of 1838,
"■aSbcted him'when he had been'charged" and it probably carried less, wafer than the
<6?ith the offence of- murdering his wife, and flood of 1886, yet nevertheless it showed
ordsr was mads- for the police to the growing tendency of the blocking of the
[supply tho prisonei mth » list of the river by. overspreading tailinga upon a
gesticles belonging to Mm in theirpossession. larger;. area of land, though the water:
HSs was remanded for eight days, and will did nofc rise to the house, ; In 1890
probably be brought up again on Tuesday Bortoa obtained small damages, and got
mexfe. A passage was made through the an injunction. The Government had chosen
quietly removed to iiis to interfere with the remedial measure
Wseowd, aad he was
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in Williams' physiognomy may be noted
receding forehead, decidedly lacking
\& low
Hα. fexeadth, the brow somewhat projecting,
blue
and keen, a clear cut short nose
eayea
t&ssa fiaa nervous nostrils,-a heavy blonde
j-aaoiaft&ehec[uits concealing the character of
mouth, and-then'' comes the most
Jthe
jsnarkedphysiognomic trait, a broad, square,
»rojecting cMb, displaying a capability of
ffematy such as is attributed to Williams.
*Bst for this th© appearance of the man is
(distinctly pleasant. The statement that
Jfka Is o! gentlemanly appearance is, how-
:
jev®r, absurd. He is rapidly becoming
sad losing the freshness of colour
in Perth.
JerMcli h.® had when h© arrivedPerth
believe
* S!ae poHe© authorities in
ths
Ripper" aro
ttjhifctiWßlmins and "Jack
theory
to a great exSeatieal.'
eaafc based on a comparison of the
Mates contained in articles found ia
Hhs accused man's posssssios, which seeia
tto fit in woaderfully weUs on the
s&et that among the ladies'clothing found in
Ibis possession is a long dissecting knife, and
A special instantaneous powder ins clsansog lfc. By a passage from the books in bis
ajossession which would giye him such a
4S
Jack
ffiaowledge of acatooay as it is knowa
fth© Bippsr" possessed, besides one or two
gmall threads of evidence which are sow on
&hei? vrsy to Perth from Southern Cross.
HTfae poliea hers say that the only descrip/fcien the London police ever had of Jack
the Bippsr' was that of a. man answering
'the prisoner's descriptioa, aad he 'told the
•woman who was able to give this descrip*sioa, and who barely escaped with her life,
that he was an engineer. Amoagst the
articles found on Swaaston were the certi«
ficate of his maniags as A, Albarfe Wil-
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A NEW FUEL INDUSTRY.
MAKOTACTUBE
OF BRIQUETTBS.
Borton had taken, and who wds projecting
to stop persona'from interfering with his
property, for they had chosen toparalyse
Borton's actions and to permit mining and
sluicing, to go. oa in such a .way that
witnesses would tell it was inevitable
that disastrous results must ensue.
There ms &v<sty prospect* of the amouat of
miniag increasingj and the evil effects on
the river increasing at amuch greaterratio.
The past summer had been very dry, but
sluicing went on, and the river being low
the block went on increasing until in'the
month of February lest a flood occurred
again. It was uot. a very large flood on
account of the body of -water being larger
than what had been seen before, but
because of the obstructed state of the
riverbed it acted in @> mors destructive
manner than it had ever done previously.
The effect had been to turn the main body
of water towards the house and buildings.
The water rose into the front part of the
house, which was ona higher level, and the
family were engaged daring the night
saving furniture T>y taking it to tae second
storey. The water was densely charged
with tailings aad silt, and this was spread,
over a great area of land. Ten ton 3of silt
were dug out of the study. What would
happen ia the future was this,,that thebar or
block would steadily accumulate inthe river
and would steadily advance iap the river in
:
such, a" way that a
portion of the river
would inevitably become a fiat* incapable of
carrying even a moderate fresh, ana it was
to be anticipated that an ordinary; fresh,
snch as occurred every year, would travel
over Borton's laad, taking & course of its
own. The river would change its course..
A small fresh occurred a week ago, and it
bad ant effect which would' be called "a
flood ia fbtmfflp- yeara., ; Ife".'eeafe water
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and the
eliffe, andate? Hooded some of the paddocks.'
Learned counsel weat on to show the area
of laad which wouldb© Affected, amounting
to about 3GQQ acres, with Imildings worth
J35009, gardens, shrabbery s thirteen miles
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thehonour of having introduced into the
in Court rose.,.
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colony a new feature fa thQ
o£
the shape of a planb for tte
briquettes from slack and .'coal ta& »m
.Leeky*r*s
T© Dabksh Gsbt H&ie,
also wel»elieve, the-only ammmmy w toe salolsa?
-HeSr ■Ee»fcorer-I»-the-qnlekeat,
kind in the Southela Hemisphere. TOe
mor©
afieefcs
than
feesf, safeafci;-eeewless,
plant was first erected by the Company in. onv other. -Thft'«olo)P- -psnsdaeed is moafc
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tj
BANK OF NEW ZEALAND.
LONDON, Febrtsary 20.
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of Bank of New Zealand meetings expected
to have something sensational set before
them, wherewith to gratify their taste for
excitement. Now all is calm and ordinary,
the storms'of .loss having subsided with the
feir weather of what is apparently a steadily
progressive prosperity. The half-yearly
general meeting of. the Bank was held on
thelOfchinst. at the Gity Terminus Hotel,
Mr R. H. Glyn presiding. Instead of the
anxious feces of former days, pleased expectation was the prevailing characteristic
of most countenances. This sanguine forecast was justified by the opening rear arks of
the Chairman, who stated that the Bank
con tinned to make steady and satisfactory
progress. The deposits in the colony conIt was not
possible to compare accurately the accounts of the 30fch of September with those
of the 31st of March, bat the expansion
of their business had been a little
tinued to increase steadily.
salwA
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tosl£y©rts
—
Sslphae: Is
tin.only
church bianeh, Si? Thos. Bzpvm,
Ctasfc- BasUst*
the €3ompaDy to send it clowa
For lavaUfie and '.IteUcate Children
Arrqwrost aad Te» Blscalfca;
church with a view chiefly'to. opsalsg v® a
trade with proprietors of ihsmdng laius,
.ara direcS: from thethe patent; fuel being eminently emtaolafor,
eeßseq.aeaay
steaming s& well as hcogshold purposes, Growers fco the coneumers,
Yestesday a regre3gatativ9 of the KBM3 |j§s values I&stih& pablic.
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-^'V.-AUCKLAND, March 28.
cise a Bill passed by a majority
of the Colonial Legislature. Theirs was
The Government Bank, and it was their
duty to serve any Government that might be
in power. The Bill, was an experiment, and
they would watch it withvery great interest;
"b'ut-it was surely fair to say that should it
bring with it a modicum of the evil which
had been predicted in England for it, the
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debenture-holders in the mode which ap-
peared to be intendedby theclause. Some
doubt, however, had been created by the
reply which' Mr Rhodes, of the Northern
Company of New Zealand, had
received from Mr John McGowaSj of the
Property Tax INspartment in. Wellington, as
to the indebtedness that would come
under the Act from that Company
■to the New Zealand Government, Mr
McGow&n placing under the income tax a
tax of 5 per cent, upon the interest on
debentures. He (the Chairman) had been
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L i"»!,
graphs',
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everything jn cor.uectlors
roy
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yartea Stack of AppiiMtiu. Krtn>lC •■ i
Speciality. Also, ft
Hupp ',- c
Ocode, Photographic CU.'imon i mill
Icficnt order* tftkt<n ior asiy uu%U\,i,'
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E..BEAKDSLEY,
Importer of Photographic Maovk'-*
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It
and the mine
same
w."gxub,
j,
llißttT. a, LOSDOB,
VKTKIttNARY SURGEON.
applies
Pro-
gress. A let of other liaea have irregular
TIMARU.
business >at£about former-tates. Alexander
<% JLL the DOMESTICATED ./ANIK4?".
Dredge, 4s 6d to ss; Bi{* liiver, 6a 9d to A
TREATED in UIdtSASKi.
7s 3*l j CuQiberknd, los 9d to 16s 3d} Aαvice
and MwUoino sent to any part of *S
ou receipt uf sj-uipioeia
Fiery Cross, 33 to Ss 6d ; Globe, 15a 6d to colony
postal
for 21s.
ordei;
%Sl16a j Inkesrnaa, 5a to 5a 6d ; Keep It Dark,
13s 6A. to 14a ; Edward, 3s to 3s 3d 5 Hercules, Is to Is 3d ; No. 2 Dark, 2s 10d to
f43 2d; Pandora, 6d to 9d; Progress, 15a COMB# €OMB
COMI,
5(1to 15a 9&; Scotia, 6d to 8d; Drake, la J
ii2d
to Is to; Alpin©, 15s 6d to 16s; Wealth,
2s to 2s Gd."
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[PRE 33 ASSOCIATION SELEGBAMS.]
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BEEHIVE BOOT
reliable evening journal, on Wednesday :—
'The market quotations for New Zealand
The Loyal Perseverance Lodge, Woolston,
and Australian mutton dropped ia London
last week to 2sd per lb, and we are told that held -its <£a*rterly meafeing on Wednesday
at that price the import trade is seriously evening, when there was a fair attendance And ask and compare qu*Ucyan3
jeopardised. The Antipodean grower, it of membetß, also district officers P.Q.M.
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Bro. Woods«»dD.6.M. Bro. W. Hayward. No one will be pressed to Buy, C.vu.
wee received from Loyal
and we are sura you will ba jr>*
Albion Lodge, South Australia, informing
Astonished.
/the Lodge that OQO of their members had
ALL
THESE
TVir<L'Bn m.
visitied a sick member of this Lodge sad re••■•. .'AT'PBIOfiS BSLOW '£ST.
ported Mm -improving. Ths ejection of
then proceeded
medical officer sad S.S.
ENGLISH CCST
■with', Dr. -Moorhouse bsiog elected medical
offi.car, aajd Brq. W. Hartshorn E.S. V.Q.
The goods at® all l» fair eoiulitk;Bco. J. Gatehouse and the E.S. were then
.duly.installed by. the.Leoture Master, P.Oi
PRICES 'WONDIIBFUL,
.Bro.: ■J.o.Gough,- with D.G.M. Bro. W.
H»ywQ,rd aad-P.G. Bro. J. Coiea acting as BARGAIN S. BAEG As I
■ AT THn
conduQtots..: Two new members wer© pro*
■possd
BBSHIVE BOOT STOR/.
and ,oa© initiated. The basinesa
cqaeludisd
the
Lodgo
was
having
closed b;f Come quickly, como oavly, fn.j :•*
the MM. |iec®ipt3 for the evening, £92.
don t bay you will b» t:er.fed clv; \"
The.qutterly Bitinmoned meeting of th©
Loyal -Kakpoi Lodge, L0.0.F.J.M. U, t was Sesar® Boots ■ and Shoos no«-7
held on Tuesday oyosing, thp ]SLO. Bro.
selves ami ciiS dt^;.
IG. McGregor greaiding. The delegates
reported en the busmsss cone at the iato
CASES BJOTS /tin
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certain dulness ia the market through the
Christmas supplies of poultry, gams, &c.,
not.being quite exhausted. It always takes,
a month, or two for people to rub down to
District messing and rcsaivd a vote vi
uiusb bo -,oM -jucu.;
the normal beef and mutton.
slaughter prices,
rrpa decided
thanka
fo?
their
cervices.
It
/,' ; ,to
MISCELLANEOUS.
ths asnivcrc?ry of tho Lodga
Jv ;*..,.
Datziel's special cables to the "Times by holdins a dianor and Eockl about tfaa
HEMEMMLtf,
on Australasian affairs are making quite a middle ox May.
Threo candidates wara
sensatioir, andhave given thesoutherncolonies proposed for. mambarahip. Pjscaipts ior tha
Ove* SOO pair of Bojtrs w< t I
an amount of valuable publicity which they evcaia^p £60 10.x 3d.
SATURDAY, ran Vm
never needed more than a& fche preseiit
The quaj-torly raeeting of the Recolutiou
oC
13, Sojjt and
moment. They'have also had the indirect Divkiou,
From 8 a.m. to 10 p.%
effect of stirring up the somnolent " Reufcer'* Temperance, was bold r-t. RuntjiofA o:»
the
the
transmis- Thariday evening in
TewvulAS IXall.
boll trpf
to something like activity in
to routiati
sion of Australasian news. As, however, Thoro was good
vat
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important
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tion, and will hardly be grudged reasonable
Government assistance in their praiseworthy
efforts to exploit the industrial resources of SHEEP SALE AT AMBERLEY.
New Zealand through the medium of the
most powerful factors in English journalism.
Despite the strikes which have menaced
Messrs 3EL Matsora and Co. sold f.fe
various departments of the New Zealand; 'Amberky"'yesterday ©b©us; 8000 sheep,
trade
the
few
it
during
past
yeara*
shipping
and the gale "waa successful, biddings being
does not appear tfi&t tho relations between 'spirited, sad 'every tins was sold ■vpthoul
the New Zealand Shipping Company and reser?e. FrlcsS obtained were—942 ''iiQerjjMj
their employees are otherwise? than friendly. ewes,' low coadjtloa,".4e 7«i jc 29? orosSoK^
Last Wednesday week the Directors of the lambs, 8a f>d;-.3§Q m'esfef
.Ss'M' to Iβ
latter Company entertained their staff,in" 8d j'2B4 eiSf &»<J etght?£b&fcb merino wfetlseti,.
the Limehouse Town Hall, the invitatioaja 6a '2d ;' 'M's'h&lihrsd tvrb'tooth''ewes, 2{k
being issued to their dock workmen and to ■lld'?'..p?''Eier'itio ©wes,
409' twt>,
the crews and officers of their vessels in ■foHJs-feati'isix-toof'h'merlna 'wet-ters &s Sd j
t
Sir
who
is
just now
port.
John GoraS,
6&i;- JBsnEo laaibtj '4s ad; 4l> two-toot»a
keeping himself in evidence on every side,
■-12s;' '4d;: 33. h&i£bred two-toot is
managed to make the journey to tho JEa?£
24?. saerias Isjute {eallsj),
End, and presided with his usual quiet- :Ss ;;3d j' 152 teo and foar-fcoata Itaiibml
aplomb. Mr Dawes, the indefatigable, ■l6wifea "fead''w«tSia3rs, I3s| 295 isalfbi-ai tw4«-.
was also' present, as well as ,Mr '•toothUs. ."■ Mssafs W, Bast and; F. 0»*
Johnson, the Viee-Preaidcnfc of the ■Tatei sliip had. gooiJTsiss oj iliaaf,- Mc
Mr Leonard Harper :Tris&div gild Mr Mc";
Company, and
'Mto" too ill -feo
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magic " variedthe process of
and the digestion of directorial pxlresage.
Before the close of the proceedings, bir
CORRESPONDENCE.
John Gorst addressed thoa* present, nn&
remarked that the object c£ their auaur.l
gathering was to bring employers and
IRRIGATION.
employees more closely .together, and that
iHB
so
Eoraim or she tbess.
such an association woold.be of tho greatest
advantage to the representatives of both
Sib, —Jllo*sr mc to fejilyto Mr Last's
capital and labour.. The eotsrt&ia&enfe cHticinn <if nay Lwac of fcUo l?tb fasicat,
concluded by the. singing of the National- He acknowledges ibav there ivfti .» vexs,*
Anthem and hearty cheers for. theLosdos: tioxLH dck,y of two ncatbs fsr vrijfca h<?
and colonial Boards. V
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cotnoboly is uipojriblt" ,1 r-f,
'■■■" Fairplay," the well-faown shipping' wlj»g tlis Qov«tuai"at did, not «'Ut[crcc3t<l
journal, is the smartest specialist orgatt-ia- to bc'sjjo(vl<?4go receipt of ts," J*t>«rd'a
Its editor "Has a great knack "of Mt.i: 7 hone Mr I.«g.'i v?W
K'tt!©
telling home truths,'and patting them Sis trouble in Hsdiug vrho is
li>le for this
most
incisive
"this
dsiar.
way. la
the
Week's iis'ia
On F«brji»"y
tfer dmrie**
tie bas the following oa *s <3oloiiial.Secarir |-»cUxo.! in tlw
"G&wfti,8
ties "-:—" Comparing -with prices ruling. '.& and rccoh'ed here or
ftafc-sd that
r
year &<p we find tliafc Queensland Inscribed
issues have fallen over 10 per cent., "Victor!* apfoirir its'ia:*ilag OSccra »ud
and Nqw South Wales 9 per cent,,. New pUeiA "fJy.lforch lOfch the GoverarsoaS
Zealand and South Australtaa 1 par cent,* loand, As»? consultbg i!-s T.c.v/ OfSecfa,
Tasmania 5 per cent.. That "the best.', that only on© Rstammg Oiacor was recherished colonies of the British Crows quired to conduct the election. The Sesieshould hays suffered such a decadence of tary tocsived i*. oa the 3.4tb. Oα iss 16th
credit in so short a time, is marvel* no got a qn&rom at Eaagiora, was rccom>
lous. The troubles in South America,, mended for tho appointniont, nnd po*stsd
however, have led to more circumapectioa a reply the game sight. I think tHa
in ail matters of leading. The Australian will «Sisp33s of tSjs sanl acadlock ia op.
Colonies, with a host o£ other States, have pointmea'i 0!EsSuraiug CSffiecr. 1 think if
been asked to toe the Hue and have failed $© the Government consnltci the Irw officers oa
do bo satisfactorily. The debts of Australia, svery litl.le"m«tiorit vonld
pubKc
range from. £35 to £63 mc head, md yet baslße2-3 ffceatly, Ia this c«3 ii wouW h& «
are
not
satisfied.
Other
colonies
are
made
this
they
dl£feroKcea from I'obruary 21th to
content with an indebtedness of £9 to £15 Mv,reh 14th. Mr Lagar rpeaks of thr taSsa head. The consequence is that & set has p«yera ockiog the members oi the T/at« jrbeen .made against Australian stocks, sad r» Board to resign. Surely Mr Lii£?r (or
further borrowings discouraged. Pulled rip his good authority) ksows that the press xt
suddenly in theircareer of spendthrift ex- m. mbsra are the Chairmen oi five Bα&d
penditure, these colonies do aofc know how Boards and are membons by vlctixo o! thf>ir
to act or how to meet their liabilities. T&© offi.es uafcfl i&© Board is «l«st«di,—Yooi-s.
position is a critical one, aad it is. com- &o.t
plicated by the necessity, from a political
Taos. Pashbit.
point of view, of providing funds for the
empioymeEt of labour* with an ey© to the
labour vote; a policy of which the foil
SOCIAL EVOLUTION.
financial efecta have yet to lbs seen.,
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Tbe best medicine ia 'existence Is CoiM'
mans Asm Son% Eueslypte Kactmet tot
colds, coagha, consumption, bronchitis*
gravel and kldner complaints, liver-©bra*
plaints and fevers of sii Matte. So cha§
you are not impssed apoa bj-woodi terps*
ses tiiat eaels bottle tears the.Tires of Llle
and'oar..signature, Colemsse and Sons,
Cootammidra, N.S. Wales, wlfcho^fe. thin
it is a..fraud. For goat, rfeesimstlsm,
•sctatlcs, tiy osjt special-Etiesalypi©-Oil, 2os
bottis la .3d. Jtfrarsied .meials esi
dl»---lomas, Sidney, Adelaide aad 'Meihonrae.
beat!or all competitors.- Sold eTerpw&ere.
Lives CoMP2.&xssxs.—Br, Kisg-s Band*
Ilea- am 'dalsala©. Liver FIHs s Tritboae
Mereorr, area poteat rsmoiy; remove all
Liver asd -Stojaaeh'-'Complaints,BUloae.Eeaa, Hea«^»,Sicksess sSkoisMe Pales,
Hs&rttsurar lodigfestioor*
Made/only.in
Lonaos. Sold ev®??wlssre.~&nd 6olJi«
- -■-Yesais,' cdekei
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jreatenlay. -It
POOTBA3JL3,
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BOXING GL^YiV 1
IN GOTAT VAPin ;.
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B*or above QoocJt v--e ara pr^r^rcl
Sjjpetel Quotation' to Vltiln roajj* "",
eooilitgs<»Boa,
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ster/ of The Cheucajsqiiaruj,'*
■fcbich you ara j-oblishing
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a p-ncticftl
to I f-nv. ihfir .% i-» 11< 't
effect by evoJatloa, that stel agitators 1 aSKseoM to <Uly 'IjS'-u
%"d ehj.j?atana prefca to vis'j to a&ei by
rsvcslutiore,
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dlFectson. It teaches e » SocL.l E"oljtioVj'» vhole &i~'K Ah<>,
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Is againijj Coel?l Esvolatioa." All this.c- **l>l9. wf.trr pnii," *,
iug men res,lia? th?fc vacs ecof c exhta ? -sr Vfc, RS-α C.;ii! dVI hi ,1
v
tliososiffil foaproirjmertfc el t{i-3 p"»>|jk.
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o I.'tv""», orohas l} h,rn\
prookcis :o bs teasidsred ia f.av Ur*s 'h.s«
proTsmtsi'. if to be brought elmb vf&hiW I firn>, 'Mr t<r?^.«
II
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a ft jremsiplcaof Joities«n 1 cc mi* on
Lallamjr'o
C2532.
Ihsftttard *
is &a_ alrtard sMt, asd esrfcamly j-.i c» nn- yicana, J-'r.ncfcvt',
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I rJfeir to, &ad 1 coagrati'li»to ?ho
seeders sbossld.:<trisk only "AraV-ass Editor oj: the " Weekly Frca" tipoa. hia
3 V.
"Sash" brand of Te»s £s«sd Bt4dM» Ja«3gm©a{' ia selectiag gaels an axoelkaS SL/ tegs',
tJtr !'{-'. <■
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pc? Ib; 'refireshing, invigoraliag, ■$£&. tak for pSibHss.fcio».—-foars, 4c.,
Company had imported into this country economical*—lAbys.)
i.SJCeeft
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CextntryOrdoEi Of taqulrt*"?"t"
executes or
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STRUTF:;
FEOM 03 6l> tJPWAEi/S
JsJß,r~Xxes<i wife tofcrest the letter o!
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B. Meredith, who wai electedV/.P. oa the
newspapers. * s Dalziei's" are desirous of opsniag of the Division. Tho scceipta for
New
Zealand
their
connecthe evening were £45 12b (ti.
much extending
;
,
,
through, and ona or fcwo
diccuscsd. A /v.t»taro in
tbo evehinr'ebiu.ine?- r/aa tb.3 pa;-.inj» vp of
a respect, "bocird vnth the nnin'» of th'S
P.V7.P.C. irom s/ho o^'jinj •?£ tl-o Diviiio;*
in 1873. Th'j firsfc na-mo" v/aa thr-fc o£ Bro.
Renter's" have no Press connection with
Australasia escept through the Melbourne
"Daily Telegraph" and "Evening Herald,"
they are in no very good position to rival
their poshing young rival, which has established relations with a powerfulsyndicate
of the leading New Zealand and Australiaa
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COMPANY.
The same day a< rather more contentious
meeting was held ;.of the "NationalMortgage and Agency Company of New Zealand,
Limited," the proceedings of which were
made interesting'by somd remarks of the
Chairman, Mr H. B. Grenfel!, which called
forth aiprofcest from, the Ageat-GeueraL In
moving the adoption of the report,
Mr Grenfell said that, as he hinted at
their last meeting would be the case, when
the colonial Parliament met last year they
passed
?ill,.which was now to a certain
extent in force, carrying with it graduated
taxation and other methods of getting in
reyeaue. The Bill, however, contained a
clause by which it was proposed to lay an
income tax. on debenrare holders. They
had seen that sundry articles and speeches
had been written and made upon the subject, but not long ago they received a
letter from their General Manager in New
Zealand informing them that ho thought
that the .effect of the Bill had been rather
exaggerated, and that he believed, so far
8,3 their Company was concerned, they
would not have to pay more under the
new taxation than under the old Property
Tax Act. The Prime Minister of New
Zealand had stated that it 'was not intended
that there should- be any duplicate taxation. The Agent-General of the colony in
this country had also written a letter to
The Times," in which he had declared
thafetherewasneve? any intention-of taxing
auestioa.
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HIGH STREET,
GREYMOUTS, March 28.
£str& Reaftoe gold returns are as follows: Have bought the Largesfe and Haa|
—No. 2 tJark, 2320z of amalgam from 86 tons
(cleaix tip); lakerman, 8Eoz» of amalgam
OF
from 130 tons'; Progress; 286az of Amalgam
from 185 tons; Alpine, 2300z of amalgam
BOOTS'; AND SHOES
from 200 tons; Fiery, 23502 of amalgam
from 100 tons.
PBRB.S. BUCKINGHAM.
DUNEDIN, March 28.
fdllowing raining returns are to
The"
Hoy Company, 390s 14dwta of
tisement by sending out a circular with ah hand
COMB, COME.
Dredging Company, lOOoz
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extract from your issue of November 16th, gold: Waipapa
of
amalgam
adwts
; Bis Mile Beach Cony
1891, detailing the opinions expressed by
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ON
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'KMwts
of
Jutland
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amalgam
pany,
Lord Bosebery and five other eminent
English authorities on the haif-doSess Flat, 3Q03 4dw;fe of gold; Sand Hills Com?
BATXm&AY, 12tli of BEO
carcases of New Zealand mutton forwarded panyj 13oa4dwts.
The-United Hercules obtained 108oze of
to them by Lord Onslow, through the
. gold for eleven days running.
medium of the MessrsFitter.
The following very alarmist *' note" on
Walk right into the
the present ruling price of New Zealand
LODGE MEETINGS.
mutton appeared, in the Star," anot very;
seems, doesn't mind supplying ua at 3j4;
of property they retained, and possibly by he can still make Id per. tpound profit at
the time the Bill got into operation they that figure. Bub whenit .comes to 2£d ■he
might redtfee'their property very consider- declines to do business. So that New Zeaably, i ■ Their realisations from the; 31st of land mutton—which is as a rule far better
March,: torthe 30th of September Jrad eating than the average, home-grown: article
amounted to about £84,000, but in the —is practically a drug, in the market.
course of about two, months they would Although it may be sold at profit in ,Londoa
have a very large public sale of property in at 3£d per pound, nobody can be got to buy
the South Island, partly pastoral and partly it within a penny of that figure."
From what I gather the paragraph, in
agricultural, amounting to about 340,000
question is about on a par as regards
acres.
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The proceedings terminated they began accuracy with a good. deal that gets inserorgan of metropolitan
with felicitations, several shareholders tion in the half-pennyprice
quoted last week
making congratulatory observations, after Gladstonianism, the
for best New Zealand mutton being 2s lid
;
which the meeting closed.
3s
Id. All the
against 3s to
to 33 Id
NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY same, though prices have not fallen, there is
competition for Captain 80 struck with this that he called upon the
Clark's District Champion Belt, Colour- Agent-General, who had told him that he
Sergeant Skinner, of the Victoria Rifles, was Chairman of Committees at the time
won with 107 points. Sergeant Doughiyy the Act was passed, that he regarded the
therifle champion, was amongst the competi- clause which was held to carry this power
tors, finishing fifth with 100 points, Though: of taxation ais & very foolish oae, but that
the day was fin© there was a variable wind. he absolutely adhered to what he stated in
Mrs Cadman has somewhat improved in his letter to *� The Tunes," and that they
health.
might make their minds quite easy that
The Canterbury cricketers left Onehuaga there would be no attempt to tax the Comat nine o'clock this morning for Wanganui pany or the debenture-holders in respect to
and Napier. They play Napier on Thursday tke debentures. He therefore thought they
and Friday. The Auckland Cricket Assor might take the word of the Prime Minister
ciatioa gavethem a hearty "send-off" at and of the Agent-Geaeral that there was ao
th© Railway station.
intention at all of acting upon the clause in
WELLINGTON, March 28.
If that were so the taxation on
The Premier has received a letter from he Company would be no greater—in
-the Agent-General desiring to be supplied fact, he believed that it would be somewhat
with details of the working of fche labour less—under the new Bill than under the old
Bureau. Mr Perceval explains that the Property Ti*x Act With regard to the
information is required by the Colonial colony generally, the increase in its prosEmigrants' Society.
perity was continuing much as before.
There are 26S entries for the Athletic They had heard of great floods in Christchurch, and that district, bus these had
Club's meeting after Easter.
Morris, alias Phillips, was remanded to ceased to give any anxiety s according to a
Tasmania to-day on a charge of alleged telegr&aa whicli ap^ir*-!ia "TheTimes"'
..>.-..
rape in
that day~••■-■
Isolations,under the Laud and Income
TheTimes dfrelu oaths importance of
Assessment Act 1891, appear in the Mr" GrenfeH'e "stuteicesta ia one of those
to-night.
"Gazette"
bald paragraphs which axa all its city
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NEW PLYMOUTH, March 2a
editor i&du%e3 himself ia the "Money
has:
been
sub.-M.H.R.,
'Mr
M.
Smith,
article,,"
■pcEiiaed &
as witness for thedefendants ia
The "spescli and the comment naturally
v Ballascs and called up Mr Perceval, who was not likely
the libel case Hutchison
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"Boyle.to sit "quietly under allegations which,
FALMERSTON NORTH, March 28,
had he admitted, their truth, would have
A single mm a&med Johs Call, thirty proved Mm guiity of something like disshot;
of
was
the
accidentally
years
age,
in
loyalty to tfte Government which sent Mm
back, near Bunnythorpe, yesterday morn- to represent the colony in London. The foling, hj & young man named Henry lowing letter ia Tibe Times" embodied Ms
"
3>eath was almost instanta- version of his interview
Bowlings.
with Mr Grenfell:—
neous. Both • the mea were oat after *• Sir,—Iα the report o£ the general meeting
pheasants onCull's farm.
of the National Mortgage and Ageaey ComDUNEDBT, March 28.
pany, published to-day, the Chairman ia
Mγ A. H3II Jack, general manager of the
reported' i©~-Itav'e stated that he had seen
National Insurance Compaay, was eater» the Agent-General for -New Zealand, who
tamed at lunch to-day by the heads of the had expressed the opinion that a certain
Insurance Companies, and presented with clauss ia the Tar; Aafc was * a very foolish
an address oatlieeveof Ms departors fov one.' It ia obvious tb&t in my position I
Eagland.
should nevosr have made use of sucJi an exIHVBECAEGILL, Mardi 28.
pression :n refereoco to &a Act,passed by
At daybreak this moralßseight steaks of the Legiu&fcure of the colony I lepreseat.
bate on the farm of Wia. SasmderSj I quoted--the statements made by the
Grdper'sBusb, were destroyed hy fire. 31sa Premier ,-.oS.';the-.colony'.'that- it was not
stacks were supposed to emtmi about 1600 intended to tax fche same money twice over,
bushels of grain, and there vms no itssat- sud I xelerrenS fco.eejrtaia interpretations
anes. 'Tiss' firs'is baMevei' to have teea gives t© fell© clause as foolish, bat that is
■willally started. ■
■
very different.—l am, sir, your obedient
■servant, Wesiby Pssceval, Agent•'
; ,
GeueraL"' ;"•
AmoQgtihe Jraxe'aed Yaltuble' books la
W)AN
MSRCANAND
ZEALAND
Ihate
of
there
HEW
Devonshire's libxoxy
the lafce
iura-©iw{s&iß Mr femes P&yn) of -which
■ TIIM AGENCY; COMPANY, LTjD. ■ '.
there aws': no '-ilepHeatee anywhere,' aiad.
Sir John Gorst.had a rosy statement to
*wtis&Is* still*rooter
no oji© male
te' the 'shareholders* of' the New Zea-"The'
following.-ate
has ©Tee iread thesis.
Loaa .and MercantileAgency Company,
some of them 1:— **.P*»y ■Vere/'.Ss -forty land
on the sth'iost.
Sα began. with
■volomes^;"Tft4i>olest'osTaliw ©ufc of My limited,
"of Zimmerman, the statement -that the operations of the
Company -were divided into a Josra aad
by Himself; "Bojls,, on SSeata"; "VoJtalre, Volaey,Volta, fchree yola ;-** Barrow mercantile agency business. Willi regard
WessS
sad
Tfea
Bscol*';
'on the Gommoa
to the latter, tke Directors -srere happy to
"
le^ioaa" of ■ Baanigfter," by Lord Stair. state that it had not oaly continued to eliovr
These cwiotfs titles were sapslled to tbe steady
&yery great advance.. Iα
I>ak© by Thomas Hood for lettesiag. cer- the importation of wool—by far the largest
taln ehma voloTQes.
and
moat
importaat branch of theirageacy
Hyslop'a Teas when ones tried aye
always used m prefereuea fco siay others business—the number of bales which the
In the rifle
1""i
Mortea's building. dthc3i\l
Just Anhed. &x Rinrni«.kA, a Liari* ■
moat of Wineor and Nowtoa'd />'-,< »
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Materia
Moderate Prices.
Country ordera promptly auoadaa ts,
j-
,
the Ksighbouring
'Bnshzesß Notice. ~~
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jat l ad<?aneed rates. Glo'ee appear at
to
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The following is the Stock Escha»ge
report
The battery return* of amalgsun
received on Saturday last amoanfe to the
handeoine toial of 2&?Os, the contributing
.Cffinpsmiea ■baiag the Gtob-a, Progiias, Cum«
berland, Alpine, Dark, Inkoriuan and Fiery
Cross. Three 'days* washing at the Alexandra
dredge gave. 3?os
of clean gold. A
■.divideal of Is per 36,000th share was de'elated "in' the Globs to-day, repressafcing
£1800. "This has beea race week both at
GreymoQth and hero, and the course of
baatse&i' hatt been Bbraewhat interrapted
ia -consequence. Several lines have
beea inquired for from outside, indicating an early revival of business.
'Thereis noaaw mmiug feature, but. active
work is well distributed ovet a large portion
of the field, and the yield of gold is good.
Tha Ciimbeslatid cleaning up gives a splendid
usual forward pricet
ftheir
is yieldirig well. The
(rmirrnil
By Special' Appolnlzncii'toiita '-;• >t.,..
"** *
tfcc Oovtr..or.
(Br Tm^a&AVß.)
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MINGNEWS.
over £200,000 in round figures. He took it Company.
that the best evidence that the Bank was
NOTES ON THE FROZEN MEAT
improving was the fact that the Directors
TRADE.
an
had found themselves able to declare
A very important new venture has been
interim dividend (at tbe rate of 5 per cent,
shape of a Freetrade Meat,
per annum}, which they were absolutely launched in the
Carrying Company, Limited,
unable to see their way to do last year. Produce and
of the New Zealand
The Estates Company, in which the Bank of which Mr Johnson,
Shipping Company, and Mr Palmer-Jones
had a very large interest, was only able to (late
Secretary of the same Company) are
make up its accounts once a year—to the
is only £50,000, but
31st of March—but they had had sufficient Directors. The capital
and to spare for the dividendwhich had as the Company means to make a speciality
been declared, and whatever came to them of exploiting the frozen meat trade in the
front the Estates Company would be dealt provinces, its start may be regarded as an
incident in the annals of New
with next half-year. The Bank had not importantcommercial
relations with Great
been involved in'any
and had lost no Zealand Even that cynical
journal "Fair
money on the numerous failures which bad Britain.
occurred in Melbourne .and other parts in Play ia eulogistic in its regard.
Messrs John S. Fitter and Son, the well
Building Societies and so-called Banks.
meat salesmen in Leadenhall Market*
With regard to the new Land Tax Bill, ho known
have
given New Zealand frozen meat, themdid not think it would be becoming
of any one- in bis position to criti- selves, and the Press an excellent adver-
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[FKOM Otm, COBBSSFOXDSKT.]
good sense of the colonists would induce
them to modifjf itin some way. Ao regarded
the banking part of their business, tlae Bill
did not add in any way: to their taxation,
but it, hit them through the Estates Company, and would considerably affect the
dividend they would get from that Company. The amount of■ taxation thty would
says:—Recently
Wellington
telegram
A
pay would, of course, depend on.the. extent
couple
Trottiug Club 3have beeu
the Sautters.
I
It was stated in Perth that the prisoner
of
."would be brought as far as the central rail- ACTION BY A BOATING CLUB. a
formed in the city, and each claim the
"#ay station, in the heart of the city. To
tee
Wellington Trotting Club, 000
title of
%eeauji this idea a large body of mounted
has secured a track at Johnsouville, some,
SBd foot police marched down to the central
six uiiles out of town, white the other
(PKE3S ASSOCIATION TELEGRAM.)
Bay
railway station, and a large police van also
intends to race on the old Island
23,
March
AUCKLAND,
coarse. Each Club has ifcs programme
drove to the same place. This, however, was
In the Besident Magistrate's Court but, one giving £135 in stakes and the
done with a view of misleading the public to-day,
the Waitemata Boating'Club sued other £120, and atranga to oay both feave
as to the real intention, which was to take
decided on the Queen's Birthday as the
ithe prisoner out at the East Perth Station. the Auckland Regatta Club for £40, the convincing
day.
As the'dates'clash the
first
prize m the Champion Whaieboat
"Here, owing to the precautions just menrowed on January 29th, in which Clabsmast suffer, and it; may probably
tioned, it was hoped there would be no Kace,
collapse,
their
as but Hctle
in
(crowd. This intention, however, leaked the Waitemata crew though first were, dis- result
interest is taken here in tnac sport, which,
qualified
the
that
fouled
the
ground
they
on
cut, and several hundred people attended at JSTorth
judging; from previous trotting races vrae
Shore. The solicitor for the defence not of a character likely to iaapire the
the East Perth Station, where the police
a
the
by
persons
statement
twelve
in
put
of
several
police
public witb confidence.
mggonetfce, in charge
the prosecution
A Press Association telegram from
escorted by troopers, received the prisoner named as plaintiffs that
Counsel Dacedin says that Waddell has severed
and drove him to the Waterside lock-ttp, was made without their authority.
the plaintiffs obtained an adjournment his connection with Messrs HazJett and
followed by a crowd on foot, in for decide
upon the course of action. Hβ Stepheuson's stable, wbieb. is temporarily
and on horseback, those num- to
being considerably increased as they subsequently, stated that in-. the- interval in cnarge of Bishop.
of the individuals named had been
drove through the streets. When the certain
train reached tho Central station thousands expelled from the Club, and the resignaTHE OVERLAND TRIP TO
of *ners, women and children, of ail ages and tions of others previously sent in had
been
He
therefore
MILFORD SOUND.
accepted.
agreed
;
to
conditions, were collected there, ana/when
-they saw they had been duped the cries of strike their names from the list of plaintiffs.
execration were very loud, but this display The:Magiatrace said the case niuat proceed
Our Lumsden correspondent telegraphs:
-of ill temper lasted only for a moment, and according to the original summons. Counsela I —-Mr. and Mrs John Watson, of the Grand
for
the
obtained
plaintiff
eventually
Dunedin, and a member/ofthe.staff
rushed
down
street
vain
they
the
in the
either to discontinue Hotel,
tiopeof seeing'the prisoner alight. When further adjournment,
of the Press have just returned from the
or amend the list of plaintiffs.
the
action
Sw&sstea alighted at the East Perth Railtrip,to the Lakes TeAnauand Manapouri
and* Milford Sound, Mra Watsoa ia the
way station haiideofled, he jumped out of
first lady who has.: performed the double
■ the team as it drew up, and turning to the
■
DAMAGE
BY
ALLEGED
police said jauntily," Where a the
journey to Milford Sound and
I.overland
carriage ? " He looked travel worn, and a
back again. Mrs Haslam, °f Christchurch,
MINING.
I
of
the
distinction
of being the first lady
could
be
detected
"good
anxiety ;
! has
tourist to make the single journey. The
■in his countenance, but -to the casual
;
jparty, were under the charge of Mr Quinton
■observer he seemed saraeh at bis ease. Hβ
(KBXSS ASSOOIATION TELEGEAM.)
McKinnon, whodiscovered the pasa bearing
evenput on an air of bravado. The exciteDUNEDIN,
Match
28.
i "his name, and
.opened up the route which is
mentr throughout Perth was intense; a iaxge
The
case
John'Bortbn
the
Minister
v
of
number of work people having knocked off
destined to become one of the greatest
-work in order to see Swansfcon.
of Publio Works, a claim for £10,460; attractions which New Zealand iiaa to
tourist. The SutherA fellow passenger of Sw&nston's, from damages, for declaring the Marewhenua offer .to> the
has
Melbourne to Albany,
supplied the river and tributaries as "ffatereourses into land Falls were of course visited, and
a most .enjoyable day was spent in comfollowing particulars to the press:—"He
stated that his osly relation, a sister, had which tailings and mining debris can be pany with thsiTj discoverer, Mr Donald
sdied in India, and that he had now made discharged, by which the plaintiff's' land Sutherland, in exploring the beauties of
■sip hia nnnd to get married, as he was will be, injuriously affected, was commenced Milford Sound, where Mr Sutherland haa
naming £20 a week. He asked mc to ta-d&y before Mr Justice Williams, and is built "a most comfortable house for visitors.
'■lallow him to pay Ma addresses to my niece, not likely to be concluded before Thursday. 'The party speak in the most glowing terms
?aged 19, who' was also travelling with
Messrs F« K. Chapman-and T, J. Hoakiug lof the magnificent scenery along the whole
jmHj? wife and family. I discouraged appear for the plaintiff; Sir B. Stout and jline of route. It may be added; on the
not
!#iig, as I was
authority of Mr McKinnoa, thatthe Pebss
satisfied with his creden- Mr T. B. C. Haggitt for the Minister.
is theiirafc professional joutHials. Afc Albany ho wanted to take my Mr Chapman, in opening, said it would representative
«»iece out for a. drive, but I would aot b© proved that the effects of sluicing agfiist who has visited the SutherlandFalls.
allow it. He also asked her at Ereniantle isad 'been to aead 'down tailings, "in- Th© yacht St. George left Milford ; Sound
M she would like to go to Southern Cross to crease the depbsiu largely in later for IJobart, on the 21st instant, having
sasnyhim. He tola-me that he isad two years, and alter the course of the river. spent about three, weeks in the West
v
Ptoses of his sister's clothiog. He used to In 1886 there was a flood which washed Oo&st Sounds* ; ■
'$&& about Bis 'sister with tears runniag away the Railway bridge, cast a'consider-Hβ
a
;dowj Mb-cheeks.
appeared, to be yery able amount of tailings, upon portion of
,-aSbctionats, especially to children."
Bortoß's land at a point below the home-
,
,
(P__3S -SSOOXI-fON ___"EQE_M.)
had increased from 5&.015 in 1830to 124,661
in 1891; while the'gross* value of the wool j
imported, tlkragh the price was somewhat
lower, had increased from £1,393,620 to
£1,675,186.' The Company were, in fact,
the largest importers of wool in the world'
"from New Zealand and Australia; and the
whole of the produce imported into London
by theCompany, including wool, amounted to
in lßSo,sad to £2,050,585 in 189L
It was not wise to criticise the New Zealand
Government or New Zealand legislation;
bixfc he thought it right; to consider what
effect it might have apon their own and
kindred Companies. If New Zealand imposed iranecßssaryburdens, the eJfbcfc would
be to diminish the capital invested in the
country, and thus retard the development,
of the country. The withdrawal of capital
would inevitably lead to an increase of
-interest. At the same time the prospective
legislation of New Zealand need give the
•Company no alarm. Latest reports from
New Zealand and Australia showed that
there had been a large increase in the number of sheep. In Australia the number of
sheep in 1890 was 85,800,000, and in 1891
97,800,000,an increase of 12,000,000, while
in New Zealand the increase was from
16,100,000 in 1830, to 16,700,000 ia 1891,
an increase of 600,000. Tuva the gross increase in thenumber of sheepwas 12,600,000,
and thia in spite of the immense importation of frozen mutton yearly into thisj
country, There was generally every prospect of continued prosperity for the
-
subseeff as his cousin for awhile, but
quently admitted that she was Mrs
of
the
two
conversations
were
Deeming. The
of course always conducted, in the presence
of a warder, and thus It was that Mr
Webster beard Deeming blame his wife for
telling the police v» here lie had gone after
his Sight from England, He spoke so
swughly to her. concerning thia that Mr
Webster-upon one occasion remarked that
he would not be surprised if he murdered
her upon his release. He was convicted in
September, 1890, and released in July last
year. He appears to have gone straight to
where his wife and four children
i ftainhill,
were murdered in August, and he was
married in September to Miss Mather. In
December the couple arrived in Melbourne,
end on March 3rd of this year Miss
Mather's murder was discovered.
March 23.
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Hotels,
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WARNERS
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FAMILY AED COMMERCIAIi
HOTEL
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(Kear the Cathedral.)
A LL Oorrssposfiencs careful!? Attended to*
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HIGH STREET, CHEISTOHDBCH.
GHXB,O£OI>IST
with.
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with
replete
la ths eeatre at tee
elty
a
TAILOR
TAEIFF—
Per Week, £3 2a.
lyases
onedisl Arrangements forFamilies
aS Tksatdcs* Ccmpsailes,
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Charges moderate.
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3V3T ARRIVED,
Direct from tbeManxi£actareTß,_
LARGE ASSORTMENT of TWEEDS
and SUITINGS,
Tha Veiy Latest and Best Patterns.
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FatroP-3 and thePablic fca goaoral that ho haa
fast completed much-neoded alterations in hie
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floors, &c I couldnoti wish for a better.
To be obtained through your Ironmonger or
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oSI SHILLING
Wholesale acd Bsfcaii:
EAMSAY POLISH,
89 Coloisbo street.
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''CUBED.
So ait
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162Aramglz street, Chiifltchßsoh.
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martyr to
bogsbl&. I nave tried all kinds 6£
romodies Vf
mthous av&iL I deolad niysKS of
many lands of food out stillXge« so better, and
I had lost all [email protected] Gf over i>oing oared, b%t
eeetasf you had cured so saaay people Iα
Christohvtrah, some cS' wkom li&ew well,'?
thonght I would
yoa a trial as a lass
resource, and: I sisgß always be 6!iankfal I fiici,
for after taldag foiy;
o£ y oos
Mixture and two bosqs xf ycur Pills lamas
well aa eves I was in m? HStv I caall bo mast
hajjpy for tbe besafit; of soy follow safforors to
verify the abovo.stotsiaoßt', ettfee?: fjsssejsaliy
or by lette?.—Yoas3 tosf gsatsfuliy,
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SALE COBOIINCE3 SATURDAY, MA
March, for One Month.
Comeearls and Secure Bargains,
Logic's Prices win euit all clasaes. Hfcami
quality unsarpassod.
coo Pairs Booc3 a»d Shoos afe Hall UaasJ
!Price. Come toLoglo'a and eso foryorselfes.
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STEAM COACH FACTORY,
ThroußQ Tlctet, Train and Coach
TUESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS,
and DAILY WROU
"PTTA.VB on SALE— Dog Carts, Cambridge
JLS. Carte, Ladies' Rustic Carte, Gigs, 1 NOVEMBER in so APRXEi ton/
Second-hand Landau, Buggies,Waggons, &a»
JACK'S PASS TEMPERANCE HOTEft,'
&c.
Eepaira on most reasonable terma. Qeatle*
men'a Carriages a Speciality. *
Patroalaed by ||§yLil,»£jMl
Qovernoi;
His KxcoUeney^fe^^^Se s* L®vd Oaslow
Speciallyadapted for Invalids as
the NearoaC Houso to tiio Sprtogas
CHBISTCHCBOH
Btsggy provided Fi-eaoiCharEOtOttad^rO!*
VICTORIA STREET,
CBRISTCHUSGH.
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Weekly Press " liSad,
OITT LI¥EEY AND BAt®
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BLIGH'S
TEMPEEANOE HOTEL
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and "FOUR
JL# WHEEL-BUSffia.
CA3»,UOGOAUTS. BUaaißS
HANSOM,
Board and Realdenoe, Very Mcderafca Terms, andLadies' and dentiemou's S ADOLB HAQKS
ON HIKE.
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Good Accommodation for Horaea and Trap®
afc Reduced Ctorgia by the Moatli o? Ysar.
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Four-ia-Hand Teams for Football, CriekoU,
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Picuio Paxtlc:. Specially Catered for.
Weekly Ticket: Ss per dozen.
The above Hotel has been renovated, and is
0W conducted by Mr JohnBligh,proprietor ai
BU&H'S OABDENi; NEW BEIOETON
Booking Offloa
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C. H. MANNING Is consKinfcli.'iaattondaaea
and
does Ms own operating, c&sreby
thorough sacisf&ctloQ tohis p&tro&s. All worn
executed by him ia tharouglily guaraaceed
glinted imtil phased. Orders
finished promptly to time epedSsd-.weaker
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SaddlD Horaes t>4 iram«Uat« Isfra. Ora««t
atlos,
thmuali post or "aiKJ succh o prwnjjt rttts
K.B.—JJlf iisfottisatioa glvm €o®& xi"id SeaU
To«rlafc Agents* Cathedral trtntrcu Chdit^
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GEeOEP FOR BAYWABD
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ttiQ Market,
20 FIRST AWASD3 TO 1890.
GO¥SItt?OE*S BAX O9AOIL
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313 ■#\H and
fiiKther notke s tSseCi«?SiiNOiiS B&X
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PBEPABEO ONIJY
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MOUNT BOMBBS fS»METnT3E»BOyA
COACHRun* eaoU T U H&DAY, TEOTS*
Chxlstchurch,
SatUKi's. for b'ljrlss*
IromHocd'aHote'.Mtimt
elWßjnsinetmk Soraaiid AWord x' oriMt, thera e^nm.tt ?'s;*iKi
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JOL & Choice Selectloia Daft'e Coach feoifl MetiiTeß, wutuiajs &NZ&&
ci Moaaments, Mm&
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roters
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Ceasetery and General Effpafca c ouo.
All Ofdfesa win fcave tossc3lste g.tteatioo_
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Snowd*3rev*r/
COivCH If.a.'fl-j riontMf'vi im
Will} AX rQEWMit
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■en arrival of 'Xraj.a torn Crtiwtfcimt«.i, zotnea*
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r'/V** ST-AnsiieaSSj''-usls
JJsA
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O*.rated
'iteselias If
tfaooasade of
cases. Kα Jr-ri Hoops or Bte«'
Spjtoss.
sTstti\-ntii Basoaadteia-forf
JSiEtSiieafißwy. Perfect littinsXrasseeseaS,by matt.
Ifjroawaiife tl»« S3EST»B"iad p> Pamphlet Bf©- S.
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AHit in
Jews
via Latauitxifet Jack's Faaa,
November lee to April 30th, iKssqirafcsj froza
WKffifcta;
HammerPloioa Daily daring samiuorrjfcnratcMS
and every Tuewi&y asid Saturday,
Mosd&ya a.t*d Tliursdaya &m May ls?6 ta
Occotwr 3181. during wiafcor months,
Tlurougfl itatiir t Ticket 1-* aro la,modafc otosfc'
Tuesday, Tintnj
church Hallway Station every
day aud Frld&y. Tickets available Kβ! £«ts9
(,£
iaauo.
Firat
3v*a coasli
'weeks from day
TO lIOTHEUMAM, WAJAW
Ooaeh loavc* Oulvordtsn £osc Hotl:eslmns'Mi4
Wajau daily. Mttiraing Stom. %VtUuu kMf
Mowitiy's cuaciv t> Waiau coaocet-o wftfeeoaeSs
W«J>
£or KttUiOura,leu ejQS Tacsdaj'n,
utediay ia Kiiikouni, ruLufaluK TJiasfi4%S«
coach
luaves
Saitoura
Blasxiielxa
TtorsKi&s^
Ciilyerdea
25t, i-ctera £3,
Uulrordeu ?■<> BleaJs«i3in—Siaylle -fiS rvtwa £■%
Oulvexdea u> UiMam«3p"J?lalßa—ySa33ia *Cx
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Lord Harris, Sir W. if.-JD. Jtrroia, Admiral
Fairfejc. Sir, A. MxxagsovQ Sir W. Eobinsoa
®r F. BrocsJßo, &&, feccsa tiaea to' Ma caps.
taflitieaas&Photogr&sbie artiabol repute«
C3iilfirensaadoastaiiyc2. Paso, esprosaloa
■softness,
briiliaacy aad geaaral £Salsii pard
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DERBETTS lIOYAJU MAO. CQAOHB&
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fIIHS only Coaches carrying MailsNorth
for Fry*
JL Cttlv«raea, toave
Hotel,
Baily
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ASKTOUB'
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A'.TMiJ
©1 GOLD AND OTHER MEDALS AND
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AWABUa.
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HOKXTIS*
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OXBORDTKRRACS WEST.
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M£s AHD CAp
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2?ezEßurke's Hotel.
RETURN-
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Any Style or Positioa,
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TRY TMTTF't Q.
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;CORNER HIGH AND LICHFIELD SlftEßS*
CHILBLAINS
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SWKAS! GALL, O0BN§!,
M.I- I. &-S I. E ABaOTHSES
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BUNIONS, OJJJ SOEES, ABSCESSES
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BARGAINS EVERY ONE OF THEM,
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DOWN GO THE PRICES.
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ACCOMMODATIONiaCfarieli.
_A eaiisdi©aiateSl«ssSl£eascaable TenaA
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BANKS* LICHITELD STBEET.
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Gsascaateed,.
113 Viotoria street, Cfariaschareh
streets,
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LAVATORIES. &0,,
THE STOCK OF
AftS Us? Geaeral Convcoiesea at Hie Mete*
■®tU feo found uastirpassGji fejaay
HSM.TK
.XSSPORSESiS,
SANATORIUM
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CoßSistingof
Aro SpeclaUy Oat-esod Zoz*
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of Ma
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charge.
£o the Hot Spricgs frea c?tasking
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EffiALISBD ATKEDFCSS?
tassis-ess en Uis premises,
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Bugles
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Hlse*
i _yisJK<rs
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are notified tisat tho Haames Plaias
«rlEgs eaa» ba; o-aehed daily from Cbristp
ftsSKih. lictaraTislicts Mil he issued d«il7»
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iaterfeatag wtbh
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«- fiie-Froprietas tes suab addea
sass
SHHSSe BOOM, BILMAKB BOOM
BIDBOOMS,
■artesian wells.
the
Wlflt® as sanduasfietilasa
CirculatingCylinder
Cathedral Glass, Tinted,
Boot Boilers
Gas Chandeliers, Brackets
Castiron,
Zincand
Gaa Globes,, Plaia and
Baths in
Galvanised Steel
Ornamental
Tinsmiths' Furniture
Gasfifcfcers* Bequistfces
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ihe teiisJel? entersd iat» possossioa oS tha
aawa House,
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slag, bat a QOBStanti INCESASEDSUPPLY
Bare iaiaformlsjs the travelltog pablio
ssjsst&s ths TomiSi' «ad Maliaay
SUMMEB BATES.
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JJfa ■■;-'THORNTO
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Baom&KER,
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MOT SPBINQS,
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COACHES.
Proptiotoff
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COb
W. SEY, Conteootosi
all Goodsin coaneefcion with the above Traces.
ANKRUPTO"? SALS-HaTinß TjoaghttU*
AtSj Paperhargiaga, suitaKs fo? Dinins,
J9 baniirupt stoclc o£ ttallinstois Bias.*
GLASS LEADLXGHT3—SamoIe Windows ma be sees @A eos? Drawing,
Halls, fotaircases, g%; Studio
CATHEDRAL
clbourne, coopLitiins; c£
cloolai and,
and
Estimates
Given*
Designs
Sabmitted
Glass,
Papers, Bsvel Sliver Plate
British Silver
Showrooms;
Jewollory; for ite ia tno poubil, \/o Intoad oifcir-«
Jjnii
ufj«al
Plate aiaas, British Plate Glass, SheeS aad i
aamo
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ing
prte*
tho
loa
than
IHc
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to,—Belag ovenstoeked Iα these*iinea, w© to Colored Glass, Artists'
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Moulfiiaga,
Doa'b miss tiais ahiincQ to f-cuiiro br»rg?in%
GAS GHAHBBLIEES, GLOBES,
Weli-assbytecl
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Large
BttvQ?
inducements.
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and
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Soßlisti
Vfßiohoa
sale
Offering Special
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'VIOSJ.REGAIi- i53103 ; ladies' pcM v/aroh'.e £4 SCo.f ea?o pritsg
EOYAL 'AjnD
TelephoneSl3.
SoUdtea. AGBJiTS 0B OSBQBmgs DEEP ARTESI&B? WELLSINEBR;
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6a. Karl U.:ic9baber %&„ HssU P.&tsaa
mifp f» A iffQ A "V "PAT IQ¥¥
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CASTINGS DAILY In Brass, Gun Metal, White Metal Fhospho? Broaae, && i
BXUinO. ,-* ISJCOHSMBQSTBEBT.
fJIXTRACa'S S»d»*-!rB3TIMONIALS>-'
Iβ i&vala&bte" fIIHS Paotographjft Wosk sow being proJPoUeb
'JQibeiug aroady
Batasay
any
Spaofclng
KAM,
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CBBISTOBUBOBi
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Properties Inspected.
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HOTEL
1IOHAEI)SOK?S
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G. L. BEATH & CO,
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ONE TRIAL SOLICITKn.
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As Sa&DLER, &c.s
Where he liope3 to receive a sliara of the
SUITS
SLESINGER'S :'*
RHEUMATIC BALSAM
estoblisfaincat.aad is now prepared to Aocom
sedate Forty People.
-™The siisgla bedrooms aro ofths most approved
veatUat-ea Bj'Stscij vitth. all thanscessary comSorte; asd tlie Fasiils Bodroosts ara also
gseeediEgl? eoiafcsraabl®.
2"his raaaiirpasisscl estabhsbmentt boiatg btiuti
eatfrdty gS brie^ 5 soßcreta, iross aad tiles,
jeadera is psrleouy sslo soloigsssinesga of
are oaevery
Sro, Baths (hot, csld asd
-fioor; also. Private Sitttes-rooxos fo? femiliea; BsaeSla Bshlbitioissa
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aad ths fediog' BMag-rooas upstairs will
&>usd eae of £ho jbcsS esmfortoble ia fch® city.
The €afs •will accoiainodato Oα® Hondred
sbs Tea Psopla at a sitting, aad for ifcs nsagnllicaHKJ, comfori; end appoisteisats Is nofita
espollcd ia How Zesl&co.
,
Xhs Gufelas is Er.d3y tie Bantarvlsioa of tffie
Stepiistor, ofibriaj a Ually Bill c£ Fara sepaWos Bruisss, Sprains,
saySossJl
or
to
£&©
OoJohjt,,
BestewsnS
r&r to will fasfouKd
&x.
Sitosked with tfeo Bast EapeolalljBlieomatisisv&G.,
l'h-3 Bar
adapted for Footballers-, Crlsfe
3ffiSXogßißiiß Boer; also, thsß&sSEraadsoS
and
sfcersj Sportsmen,
ot&effSj
WiiKe sns Spirits prosuritli's ia tfea markec" i
oa the estabUsSi* ;
atif called
S&sf -tea &epscia&t7, w&de
10 a.m, to 2 p.ist, at Che ■
•"Ths-Fcotbanera'lMead,
meaStOnabebiulfroa
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Bar.
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Lcstere. celegfarss oi? aaogsagc.3 eatnastofi 60
To be obtained isbm ail Dsalese?
tiicsra will receive strictest atteatioia.
or wholesalefrom
MEAI*3-»ONB SHELLING; 5b per Bay*
SLESIHGHB,
or 80s psr Week.
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Meal Tickets cars hs had at fche following
E&eral GtoEgea-Sis: Tiolrata sst 12 dolOa,^
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Prints,
DRAYTON, Saddle? anS Harness
£*1 W.
\3T* Maker, begs to annoonos thafc he has
IJFSNED THOI&PREMXSEsi OPPOSITE
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GILL'S DEAPERY WAEEHOUBEL
ColomboSoad, Sydenham.
MADE TO MBASUBK IN
OUR VBRY BBST WXYUS
r, «fc BM, and JWfc
Ever? person who asecl them was
Wines, Spirits and Ales axe the Beat that
Letters &ad Telegrams ■will pleased and not s single complaint jnade
esc bo purchased.
Charges
Moderate. theselosty years.
receive prompt attsatioa.
gulta
Aparl;
Irosa
HoteL !
Uatraaee,
•" EWvate
SOLD BY—
6037
S..COOK, Chemist.
Cashel streefi.
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rpHB NEW WEAR RESI3TIN(J
TWEEDS
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Are perfect) in design and tmequ&Ued
for wear,
tjfl NETW PATTERNS JUST TO
Jomlaliea. Visitors may rely on every comfort
Are approved of by all owners of Horses
asd acteatioa, the Hoxißehold arrangements
direct supervision of Mrs Cattle and Dogs, all throughNew Zealand
and Australian Colonies.
A thoroughly good Cook is n charge of the
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Geaaine and Scientific Pre
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theCare a! Gout, JBhea
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Sciatica,
matiim.
LoNGUBT,
Te W. Propriotor
Thousands have testified .to the Career
effected.
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"fiIHE
of the Poblio to
1 desires to call attention
Pamphlets.
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ffia Acconimodatioa offered at) the SUMWEK
centrally
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and
aralhas been thoroughly Renovated and Bβ-.
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THE WORLDJI!
M. O'BRIEN & CO.,
MASPFACTUBEBS,
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Ladies* Strat? Hats,
Ribbons,Flowers, Feathers* &o* &c
AH, atdealing Prices.
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NOT ONLY FIT WELL BUT WEAJR" WELL.
Off THEM.
CJJBAN, FRESH, EELIABLB GOODS, EVERY PADS
want,
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These are what we have; these are whafc you
BUY
STOCK,
SELLING
GOOD,
QUICK
Sure"
of
Ifioa would be "Dead
will pay you.
7AILOB AND HABIT HAEEB,
4S
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MUST GO TOGSfTBEB,
IHS TWO QUALITIES
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We've alwaysbad this in mind.
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The Zinest Meltons, Boxclofch, and Beavers
ever Imported into New Zealand*
,
Christchurch. The household aria boing
underthe direatsupervision
Allen (formerls Mrs Henry Taylor) is a
thaigueaia
will haveevery attention
sfeaffistgo
to their recmirements and comfort. A
Said
Id. charge of ths kitchen.
good
Cook
SssKjughly
m,9 Wines, Spirits and Alea are 6hsbest that
Allsopp's
Celebrated Burton
can beparchased.
The promptssi; attention paid
Alees Dfacghfc. letters.
toteiaSfaiDSSiid.
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HOTEL,
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OVERCOATINGS
HOTEL,
O!jAEMNBOM
tssracd
Worces&er Btreec
Asa Present.
FOB ONE MONTH ONLY.
See Standing Advertisement Over Leader, f
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Drees Materials,
FABI3 TAELOft ZS POIN&,
-"CHYHKf WHfl BVIERY SUM?
nem"
Aueats,
SUBELUS ° SUMMEK
GOODS
6618}
Colonial Goods
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HABIYMA.KER,
WGBSMMiSBIP. STYLB aaA CUT.
JL Laxge asd Assorted Stock of Tftiglttih~and
to
-TtslEgSS, TOURISTS, COMMERCIALS
£jjO3ld Pat up at tba
tern's
AND
BESS
Tables.
HighfcForte.
lOesiißae 4S.
(LateefCaledonian Hotel)
Proprietor.
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WBA€*H&
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TO SHOE DEALEES
Houses, patrOna
ROOMS,
two Aicockte
WOETH CONSIDEKING.
having served in Che
WestEacl London
HHEABSIBLB
• best
upon getting
;
eaa rely
gpACIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS,
eXCffiLEKT
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Colombo street
(Nexti DaTis and LambJ
2affiU
as; itUECh, is;
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Chirspodlst; 204 High strest,
Coiaa Ertracted Wlthoct Paiii,
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for Commercial
SSt eonvacient
f?.H
sad otheia.
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Sore Feet from Coins,
Xβ, Baniaas or Ingrowing Toe Nails
weicoEie Ms old friends Wfie wiGbimtdelay
be S&d
the public generally, and *<ȣǣ
W. ROBINSON,
WtTJj
*lSdwiU fiad the Hotel
JflsSy censors and coaveniesce.
NEW
BEI'URN. OS ]
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W-WESSKISZ SERVICES,
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CHRYSTAMi sad CO,
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ThaiaWUfcr, T EAVE SprlngfielaTtTvery TUESDAY ana
Simplicify,
JJ FRIDAY oa arrival olS a.ra. from Christ
church, ttrriviEg afc Cass"Hotel at 5 p.m., aad
Filtering
MateQoaotity
of
aafl Qs&lit?
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amvinij at Kumara
le&ve 863$
tial,Easy Methodof Caeaniaa, and Cbeapn<aß, 2p,m>
Information may balad ea application
I this new efcyle of FH&EB surpasses all othess All
at the BeoicLug Office,
In the market. •-..-..,.
Ooffeß-S HOTEL,.
RimaWela supplied gratisonapplication to
FREDERICK STOBSY.
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Overworked Brain,
Jjidlgesttoß,&ad all Nervous Diseasea*
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WIST COAOTCOACHES
Zdre? Complaiutß, Hradachs; l)iplithede»
.in,
Busiiiesa Notices.
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Telepboue 302.
Railway
Proprietor
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Easiness Notices,
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J. MONUMENTSand
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Wxgsmzm
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findlxQvSmtmsopSi. Mβ zm®mameuwm vMJB
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AKASOA LliSoF OOAO3S3>
Oijtcjb«'!- etli MiJO S the TraJ%
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AJ'. ap JUttte
oa Moaday,
and Sjluiday.
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H. MATSON & CO.,
associates with ths
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LIMITED
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TUESDAY, ISth MARCH,
and CO., assoVHJTB33RS H* MATSON
JjOL dated with N, M. aad A, Co. jci N.Z.,
.vuaited, have received instractloas to
PUBLIC AUCTION,
,„. SELL BY
on the above date,
On account a£ whom it may concern.
J.8., CEKOSTCHUBCH,
Ex TALTJNB.
T NS QR<SNI JLATEtJ SUGAR
In lots to suitpurchasers.
Terms at sale.
Sale at 2 o'clock.
H. MATSON and CO.,
Associated with
RATIONAL M, and A. CO., of N.2, LTD.
1001
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CO., LIMITED.
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(LIMITED),
Manager.
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give notice chat they have been favoured
Wicn instructions -frontthe Public Trustee, as
Administrator, in the estate of thelate Mts L.
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Auctioneers,
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200 Hereford stffset.^;
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JOHN SMITH'S, LADBROOKES.
SPECIAL ENTRY,
Lincoln.
g& account W. O. NiohoUs, Esq., White Bock
Station,
ACRSa
FARM
3 and 1-YEAR-OLD
tl/f UWBROKENFILLIES,
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just)
COLTS
and
fit
for
HO
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O~Bi
DRAUGHT
breaking in, a really grand Una of station
SPRINGING
COWS
bred aorsss, vis. :—
AND HEIFERS.
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193-year-oM Coltsand Fillies, by Hornaby
IMPLEMENTS,
&c.
10 2-year-old Colts and Fillies, by Hornsby
14-rear-old Boan Gelding, by Fleur-de-lis
dam an Aateroa mare
Sale at 13 noon.
Bay Gelding, by Bandoora
14-year-old Chestnut)
TODHUNTER
and JENNINGS,
by
Snndoora
Mare,
14-year-old
995
Auctioneers.
14-yeas-old Pony Gelding, by Prince
Charming
SALE OF
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Jt
Oft© whole to bs Sold Without Reserve.
OFJ3B
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3-410 1 0
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9—249 2 0
10-318 2 0
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14—149 0 ifr
15—393 0 0
16— 83' 339
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18— 80 0
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ate per cent.
LITHOGRAPHED PLANS of the Estates
from
Jiava been prepared, sad can be obtained
the Bank:of New Zealand Estates Company at
Auckland,' and the Bank of New Zealand at
Christohurch,, Dunedin, Oamaiu, TemukA
Wellington, and Napier,
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BAM. AND EWE FAIR.
D. THOMAS
CLate Matsoa, Cos and Co.),
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TALUATOB,
WOOL AND GBAIH BROKSB.
ASHBUBTOK
■ ISffi,¥l2l^ o?'Llv
BALES OF WOOL
SOLD on Commission,
BRAIN BOUGHT and
asper AErasssejasat.
COLSiABING
AGENT"FOE
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sold asd JBoßghS! oa CoiaJßiSfinck and GrainFactory
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Csops* ®s*
ResteCoHactgid.
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13AT1SKSTS, Ilrawlßga and SJWWJf^gS ??
IT; Prepaeed, Patents Obta&aed, gz&JB&SJ!
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Colombo »tres6» C3teiss«
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line ofgood framed
are a splendidsheep.
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OaaccGuatMrHarle,
TWO-TOOTH CROS3BREDB ia
prime condidoa
Oa account! of other Clients,
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ACLAND, DUDLEY & CO.
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ifaaet Jon, Gardes andField Tools.
Q, THOMAS. Auctioneer.
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will be held on theabove date.
PRESENT ENTRIES comprise—
Esq, Jcom the
On account A. ,M. Clnrfc
GlentoiStation,
MERINO
SWE3
O *>£%£%
iend strong
Mntsm and Oα., Chriatohurch
: Booth. MacdCßald and Co., ChristttteeSi
Bzantfisrf Reaper and Binder
Bedwood-aScaSeyßlight
'Sheep Dip
. 'Mortoa and White's
Laaca&bimInsurance Oα,
London and
■WriKtit, Ssephensoa and Cα, Dossdia
ColodS IqtestmeacCo., Dunedin
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IBS OXFORD ANNUAL RAM AND
T
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asd Ashbarton alternately
SheepsMnß, Fat*
SORTNIGHSLY SALlg.of.
slides, &c, 03 FrtOaya,
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8000 SHEEP
D. THOMAS.
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Xaoaaa negotiated. Sales oondnoted in town
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ofaaewitianaise, furaiture, &&, &c, held
Wednesday and Saturday, at the Sale-rooms, ffIODHUNTER and JENNINGS liave reJ. ceived instructions from Mr Frank
Cub advanced ongoods mnx, in tot aljaolute Speacerto
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SELL BY PRIVATE TREATY
His Grand FARM of 121 acres &t the TaiTapu, either as a whole or in three diviWEDNESDAY,
sions of SI, acres, with Homestead and
3. H. GHiOHBIST has received inOutbuildings, 41 acres, aad 10 acres,
ftifß
4SjL BtniotSona from the Importers
respectively.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
SO SELL
The Farm is situated oa the maia road, is in
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WEDNESDAY, ?ek Stos MARCH,
town, one mile from dairy factory and tawsAb.tco Salerooms,Toys
JS9 Manobester stxaet— ship. It is neMless forbs to sayanything about
Fancy Gooda
and
soil in
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Cases
Assorted
the Quality and productiveness or the fame
v
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1 Oeae "Toilet Sets, assorted
this favoured district, its.nauae aad
the colonyto the other,
". 3 Trunks Ladies' Boots
known from one end of
say that thereis no better
-lTrankChildEen'B Boots
and it is eufiloianfc
to
1 Case Clocks
land in the colony. Immediate possession can
6 Large Assortment of Miscellausoos be gives, and the title nnder theLandTransfer
Goode, coaapriainsf-Act is perfect.
combs, slats and lorn, pencils, dinner ■
Foil particulars can be obtained at oar office.
Beta, hearth, rugs, carpets, oiidote,
TODHUNTER and JENNINGS,
naadkercliiefgs cheese stands, cutlery,
Land Agents, 161 Hereford street,
Chrissoharoh.
E.P. spoons and forks, &&, &c; also, a ggg
quantity of good, dry shelving, shop and
Sale at 12 o'clock.
JOHNINGRAM
J. H. GILGHRIST.
Auctioneer.
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JGHMINGRAM,
Auctioneer.
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Iα all Cm
Dyeing
and
oiUPBRIOR
despatch, ac moderate
?% braaches,
Londoa.
ChristArrjiger,
J.
from
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Dye WorkS, 48- Oxford Terras* W.
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I aarMooyeal Btidse.
ADDS3BSSES prepared by
fLLUB£INAT3SS»
Cslamba eases.
lα. H. Harts
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71 Cathedral Square.
havereceived instructions from J. S.
Kemp, Esq., of Paifleld, to SBLL his
splendid FARM of 718 AUKKS. T.ie land is
fenced with t-oroushly siieep proof fences,
all well
aad aub-dfvlded into ten noddocks.
a «ood Dwelling-Houb<*
watered. There iaout-buildings.
Thu quality
and neceeaary farm good,
and: it ia ia nrair
of the soil & really
class heart, clean ana free from weeds und
rubbish. We have no hesitation iv recommending this farm as one of the beat.
and cheapest in the market, and well worth
the attention of any one in search of a good
acd
farm. Is is free from any encumbrance,
as the owner means to sell, he hae placed a
very low price on it to ensure a Quick eale,
namely. £8 ah acre. We can arrange very
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Well
w fenced, withTwo-roomed Cottagethereon.
TONSB, HORTON and CO.,
AttctioaeOTa._
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OLOCKS^OIiOCKS;
TONKS, JSORTGN and CO. have
received iasEractiona from the holders
MESSRS
AUCTION,
On aceoaat of whom in mayconcern,
SOm Ins?.,
WEDNESDAYiJTHB
AtLwpjn.,
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very latest design, and all perfectly new.
iDEt.
On view on Taeaday, the
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TONKS, NORTON and CO,
Auctioneers,
itaad aad gatata Agenta._
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IW, H. HOBTOK.
W. TOHK3.I
iTWEEDa COATINGS, ITALIAN CLOTH.
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STARTLING DISCOVBRY,
OSWaLd METCALFE hivins found out how staminas a originate
fraaraateea to euro the worst case of stammering permanently, personally, or by ooe?
respondence, in two or three lessons
Failure impossible.
PROFESSOR
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Next Attlsebrook'e Factory.
CLiASasa
FOR
ISS"
TAYLOR'S
UANCING are RESUMEU. Mondaye,
j to 9: Wednesday afternoons, 3.30 to 5.W.
Calisthenics a. special feature. Wednesday
evenings, 1 to 9, clas* for begiaaess. Oiaee.
16s,I
classes to be formad when desired. Fee
conrse of 12. Uoarsw from date of joining.
Practice clasa, 10a Cd tho course. The modem
and the original dances avtiadcally taught,,
forming a varied and prstty pregrainme fur &
dance. Private classes formed. Private
Country classesvlaited.
lessons given. Armagh
!>3tf
street West.
8171
TUKK.KLiU,M.A., A.UP..asa'|'
B3iflV.forCHAS.
19 years Lecturer ia Modern
JtV
Languages to the Cantesbury College,
GIVES INSTRUCTION
IN FKKNCH AND GERMAN,
and other brunettes of Education, eitsor
Privately or in Class.
Address Aberdare
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ISvesyojio ehould tirocuro oru, and lmvo a
(Lete ViotorfamEallway3),
through is ocforo
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EISHICR'S BUILDINGS. HERBFORD
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TIMBER, AND ".COAL MEKOHANT.
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auou6 Sight or Tea Kooran, with
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jattacked, wuhla easy nUauirco of wm * '>'
having auch pitiporncj to Iμ, or
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Doors and BasUes
KauriFliwsaes
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batter it. JMon'B Twe«l
full pange#, opcurd to-i-iasf i\U,"'
You can buy Jiothin.? Dottci t'lk»-«, ».
asd Co.. Tfa'i Hall, 3:«i;h f^.'J^t.
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DeUveri'SStnli&rgoososaU CjSastitisa, quality be happy
in every case guejfanteod, and all ac £owcss
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twtlvo aK** ft
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6a ; broaoii plus. Ud. HSi 'tsets. ft.!^' ■
targe"
addition
to
Stoeica
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old gold and eJlver, 8, "Ui.u' t 1
iisig Materials in Cbrlstohuroh,
Cslossba streofc, yhtUpohur ;h»
-OAA Aiftft^^l TOTABA BOABJ>
STijANTED KNOWjf-'SidrJ"".
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to 191
;-."We!?4wej*feeepa law©-qoftaMty
High titreei. V/ctiiu j **k\ .', 1')
send away at a momsara notice,
raated
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GST YOUE TIMSBE°DIESCT WUQM TIIB*
Watchnst»htT r,u.l fr'.'l ,, ■
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Floorlrsjj sal Lltjla®- fespts -UEdes o®TO
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Baltic ©sals asd
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Lowest
Prices
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etabllngIf required. JiOkli-ot -'
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SASHSI), BOURSES'
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MoaldtaEs, Shelrlne
Sklrttag, aadss m'rm ready to?
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SROKMONGSM.S.
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A W& Frepar«4 «o SUPPLY as LOWEST
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CHURCH PROPERTY TRUSTSBS
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THEinvite
TUSSDAY,
MAP.CE,
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\ .*' fTIMMR-: SALEIit 'LITTLE
RIVIiB,
"■■■BON'Ej; D-UST.
the following PROPERTIES FOR
BALK or EXCHANGS, some of the
HAS
owners of wbicb are prepared to pay cash for
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..AND "UJAIi . 2CBROBANT3.;
FOR SALE.
&OPKINS.
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squaw.
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On Sale.
253 COLOMBO STREET(MARKET PLACE),
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Saa Bathing.
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throughout, first ol&sa ouHuHdir
Aims ?pA&, alsjnik'3 fconuown,e >';'•"
ablo oftof will be xvfnsaiJ top t»jfi #••
owner wishes a quick s.Ac. i
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arranged. ll&mM auti Jttaa?,
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Ofi quart.
! Cement 1&.8.5*.
17$ Ooloiobo atfwet.
Galvaßiscd Iroa
jJRidsiagaudGuttOTiog
?oaco1i T:
ANTISUKNO\VN--"^
Soingies
Flannclt, BJankctg. iflamu-5"',.'
Shirttaga,
ceres,
Mhectiiii.r. J)ou«;ht b •
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cash direct from ranktns!. Tiio i< i>, <■"■
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STORE-i-TUifcK'STRBBT.
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ABDS
ANl>
Hft», WtgU
833
Hoaae, Qlopcester street W.
Country orders prouipUy.forwarded.
ALTON HOUBB, TIMARU.
Th\s"I
nevm&l Very eouVtuivflr. rrl
63.
pjfOpetticj, flituuto la or ot«;r <;?i r •(
BOARDING SCHOOL -FOR
Vsx 813.
GIRLS.
wbiouX am ablo to ottoi at rurJi :.',
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termeas ace worth attentlo!!. li',isi ~<;;, l
Principal--MiBB"LIS3AMAN.
canbshfd, aad photos, vmu, ft I
TRACTION : ENGINES*'
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AGENT,
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n food bu-inn- ?><» "
g>ofetaify»__
store, ttaeu dwelling rooms a«arv\ .'
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bakehouio and oven, 10 vrhl-'h Ui-u* <*
«ati! 4fcm.oa TUKSUAT. APRlii6ni. round,&ituiiu<l&\dcnluui< luco ,,
■MLfor
ofTXUUA. KKSIWISKOJC. Bagg3_a»iajii£fly,_l3i_Colomb> 8 rect.
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.Mad»3 aud CaaiM'l ats®@Ui tos the Trustees of.
thTTitxTaa/l',
the-Estate Gf th« late A. JT. "■ HftplumJ, &*>b
ten iiiiiiut''*' Wivil: t>' Cit la'-M
Flans asati epeoificationfl may ba *e.oa at my
with good 7-roomed Ht»u»@, at'it'*'
ofilce.
>' "J:CMABOIBON.F.R.I.B.A., ■
fcox, tea al-o stoort β-rooirctl «tf-* **
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Owner will givo any
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fii&NDERS wIU
bo misiTeS""vLtaii
a* bargain. Ilamill viii Johnoan, v, t'
April *th, foe BUILDING a Bqua.ro,
t
-RP'.near Katepol, ftur Mc A. O.
WITACfe.
to Suil, PamTCTin",;.
Jesos. .-...■•.
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Toiaplnlon
Drawings, &a, may be seeaat moffloe,
eis-r«OB ati Ho^u, ',
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buildings owner's uisUuoUosia tiro
OHAELKS BAILKY,
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Very Lulu cftt)ku,s;'AMbltsct aad'BttitdißK Surveyor,
no reasonableoffw.
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may b« had,a bargain. llaaaiU and v
813
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Catncdr&l square.
|endom«tl "Tewler," nnd ad^
fPINDERS
Bayers fos- Iran undlir, ', ,
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aa)forrAlN'riNG
dr«aiwdtQtlaeOteii
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Ikspccc my juwfe. fl<■
I &cat & bougaon Liucola K3ad will boreceived is the ■er«ads.
trade; no middle proilu, u>,
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μp to 9a.m. of Maudar. April 4th, at tue ofilco directfrom
nay
brothur
nt iioaie. l> v<,
r,l«uitab3e
Board,
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tOf t&e
Aid
Clu'istohuroh,
Bo«Ogto
'forjale. '■■■'■ X'
H. I* BOWKEK,
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Tftyfß EDWIN
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ALLAH
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can Ik» seen oa »ppUc»Uoato
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"XnNOUNCESIENT.
AYSHS."BEAUCHAMPaaaCO.
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minim,- i
"ANTtolTto
Sull (auSl.s,blTti""("*'7.
Shop doini;
;isjL
offered
the difference should the Properties
exceed cheisa Iα value. Fall particulars ac
office, ••> ■' ■ '■ ■ -' '•'
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sip
Owners of Property wisbisg to exchange
MadlysorainaaJcass with the s&ve.
SSth
Mosey to Lead oa -Mortgage, Lowest enrrenfc
safes. •'" " ■''" '■'' "' "■'
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Kast Osford—2o'aisrss capital-land,, fenced'
and la gz-sss, good gardss, fruifc trees, house LEASING, FOB A TERM of SEVEN ;lEAESr
E£ablQ9, cowtonks
& co.
#
7 rooms, iron roof, verasdsli,
From isSApril, igS,
ptotyes, &c There is .a ruorrgaga of
Sell by PubUe Atussioa, in theiffBooms, sbed,
£SMea
ACRES, more or less, Iα the
taiS'PirQpartr-, %vMoa caa remain, aad
OH
IOQ
for the bsJaisee owner would take comfortable
1550
ASHLKY DISTRICT, now is the
WEDNESDAY, the SUtix ioat, at IL3O a.m,
or sufeorba,,,
occupation of Mr George Graham.
C% CASES' Asserted Tweeds, Sergey cottage in city
land,in garden
Pdpaaui roaeS, just
Meltons, Black and Colocred
&
and orchard, well Met out, new house 6 rooms
Icall&as, &c. Sco.
,
dairy,'piS9rye,:.co-e%hed, &c ..To
Tenders mufi* be" on priated' tanna, obtainTONKS NORTON and CO.,
eschauge forafew acres of good land with or able at offices of Trustees, Ohrist'e College,,
Aaotioaeera.
1003
wlfchmttboose, and"will-payeast* for difference. Chriatchurch.
.Richmond—l-aera land, corner section, well The highest or any Tender mot aecessasllF
fenced,planted witacaoica fruit trees, house accepted.
WILSOM AND SONS
5 rooms, plastered, all is firstrate order j £250
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can remain on the property. Owner will
A PERFECT BARGAIN.
exchange for 3 or 4 acres without a house.
TENDERS FOR ROTHWSLL
to
site,
.building
exchange
acre
linwood—4 Brighton.
MUST BBS SOLEHBY AUCTION.
OPOTIKJL
forsSction
New
a
Snbnrbs—Section having frontage of 33!r, en
THUBSBAY~NI!XT,
o'cloclc,
aS
S
£XS'
two-swrey shop and dwelling
is
which
erected
ESTATE
ROOMS,
IN
THE
OF ISAAC WALKER
1?
AT OUR
with counter, shelves,
v
{Deceased).
Three-staU 5 rooms. Shoo Sttedon,
TPOUR-ROOMED COTTAGHI,
side entrasce for cart.
st&ble, &C &&• on Section Land near flttinss, &&, gasi&id
exchange forcottage property ia city.
ToSydennato—
Bonningtan's Stores, Willow Bank.
TENDERS
be
reoelred
wIH
are
SEPARATE
land,
on which
erected
J acre
and fwo of $
three isooses—one of 6 rooms
up
pjn.
the
Public
Trustee
to
5
of the
i>7
fruit;
aad
trees.
To
rooms,
good-gardens,
j
esehasgefcrsot6 aeieata suburbs, or email met March. 1832,
,'L
farm; U assyoiffisraacein value, owner .would
pay cash.
,AYSBS, BEAUCHAMF, Jk-QO,
JL For the parehase of the Bet&well Farm,
at OpoDiki, of
@stm freehold.
OM
ANB
TO
JW»W
BE
.AT
SOLP
APRIL,
1892.
From iuo to 509
ar© sSoh rivfejp
MONDAY, 4th
TERMS.,
flats, the rest bsiag wplsnde saitaMe
pickets
gcoti
bosh. All
gardes,
for&beep.
fenced
with
with
eoioo
Otsawa— Jland in
PRELIMINARY
3ofgoodquality, laid down i a English
i
asd ttsacfcoatpa; hoase of 4 Jarge rooms and
grasses,
Pii:e,
£525;
tiiroughont.
yaddpefes,
£35
esl
subtlividod
into
hall, _plaster«S
t» cash balaECO; niontliiy paymeoits, or $350 cash,
Title under Land Transfer Ace
1Tk/TTSSBS
Ivi sSlby
been favoured
public auction,
bal&ne 6percsat,,
2. For the Stocfc consisting of &hmt WB®
Ferry road, Ei»sar*s swd—l acrs land, oa
On the Premises,
Sheep aud Lambs, SO teeM at CatUo,
ST. ALBANS,
which are erected two looses, each 4 rooms
OFFICE ROAD.
and a few Horses.
good
of
to
veraadaas;
& eixlet
fson,
The whole of the FURNISHINGS
aad
ssuHeiT.
roofs
roomed hosss, icsladlag dieiug-roam, tenants, Prise only
Tensss. £35 cash;
fegarocm
tnoroaga
and
barA
iitUng-room, Mtcheu
re'Tebms-5 per ewt depositi with tesdet; S
Quislte&j
gaia. i
percent, additlou i in two moataX
Hhj£tMr
ia a fetara adTerttemeisfi.
interest;
SO per cadditional ia sir saosfebt,
a> ayers,
vntik interesK at S psjr csat. Tiie telanoo msy
Anctioaeer.
remain oa mor«i*ge at6 Ssrscsae,
Nlß.—The benass and land, comprising twa
Tendeinito'be. addrewod- "feederft»Both>
_«g
acre*, to fee
■weM Fana-ta thsrPublie trustee,
THOMPSON,
ton;
"W.
by- a cteposis
and to be each
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WE COUKTNEy]
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marked byaßaafeer aa
SURGKON DENTIST.
gooa
-ceafe. o£ £&©
tor.cwjaty-oaa
§'psj?
of
SOS HSSB STRSBT. CHBIS'CCHUBCB
amooatof teases
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received tasteaoOpposite 0.3.C
COURTNEYJ. has
Hawk
to
tionsfrom Mr
aoi se^esasily"
•.Tbe.Wenfist■o? aay tsMss
Telepliose—SS&
SELL BY AUCTION,
Eccep»s».
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NBW PLYMOUTH,
DEVON STBSBT,<ss
Wellisst«m;«
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1.A. Ciatt'
APRIL ISeh,
SATURDAY.
2 p.m., •,-:
A3JB HOW TO SAYS,
CoU^e,
HIS SNUG FAEH, wl&
weßklaMarch joa&ow••-,
inteodlHß
good stable, oatbaMiags, assd ctehasC
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GO TO
■oyerthsinfaperty,,
g^.
§t&d
The 235 acres is weH-graased,
divMsS iato fuliy-watsred ssaddockSb '
CIO,,
Mji'.JevieUfzsy.Ma.T'bty Clocks aaJCjHamond
of New FlyaoatbteeakSoode, boughtforIQsiii 45, Special u£S&ibs
i "Witbio tßree mileswater.
Grieeoaber, 533 High scre«t.
Cesh Tailore.
$es in GAJ3BEL ffSBUBSR, OPPOSSZS OAFS.
"Norton
Spscdflcations
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My New Lists aro now ready and should be
all who are in search of a good inveat-2noof<in eithor Towa op 'Country Propnriiea,
Prices and cond tions to suit tne times, U3ts
free do application or sent co any address.. .'
IN CONSEQUEN,OK OF REMOVING
"■■. '"• FOR SALS— '■ • '••; ■;
INTO MEW BUILDING.
BELFAST~A very convenient Cottage of 4
rooms, matcblinedaud papered, interior replete
eoullery. built-in
with every- convenience,"garden
in excellent /a-HORSE POWER CORNISH BOILEB.
copper, (cood water supply,
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order aud condition,- containing } acre land. $>
Term?.
19S
Price, £170.
-HORSE POWER HORIZONTALENGINE
LANS—A superior Family
f, MSfcttVALE
BeMdence. cootoioing 7 large rooms ia
POWER PORTABLE BOILER
thorough repair, fitted with all conveniences;
together with one acre of land in garden and & Withlcjficror and Fittings oomplete.
pflfiock. Price, £525. Very easy terms can
Bβ arranged."
323
AI3O—
BKLFaST—Houss of 4 room3, well built,
conveoiently fitted and ful-aished, useful
WATER'SEEATING APPARATUS,
copper,
aotiliery with a buiit-in
water,
with. Beveral hundred feet of pipiog.
of land in cultivation as nitchon and
&C4, i acre
flower garden; all securely fenced and near
For particularsapply
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main road. Price only £225, terms if required.
MANAGER!
A compact property, con- CERISTCHUROH PRESS COMPANY, LfD
SYDENHAM—
sisting of-one double scory House lor a rooua
{3 withfire places), all rooms n.cely finished
TO; FARMEES ANI> jOTHEES.I
and complete with usual conveniences,
in front, tho usual kitchen offices,
verandahcopper.
one
Sec,,
welt;
scullery,
artesian
also
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WE HAVE.;
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roomed house, good
fitted in'eVery way
similar.
section:, each planted and
The whole with
fenced, only. Price, £450, and very easy
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BELFAST—Two"4rootned Houses, wellbuilt
■ ; FOR SALE.
and finished, scallaiy, and copper aud usual
outbuildings,togetherwith J acre land. These
properties are worth the attention of the
CLABKSOK & CO.,
factory employees as the price ia toed at £18Q
8?83
RANGIORA. (
each. Small deposits down. ■,_
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ST. ALBAHS-i-Oomfortable House of S
repair, outbuildings and
rooms in thorough
sheds in good order, abundant water supply, ■•;■
with main eewer. A
and alldrains connected
very nice section securely fenced and well
FOWLER'S G ar-fi Bto SINGLE
stocked'with a variety of fruit treea in good JOHN
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OYLINDSR, ■■■ ,• ■;. ~ !' ■•
bearing, flower K&rden and wnall lawu in
AND* 8 H.P. COMPOUND
front. Price, *55550. Terms to be arranged. 187
well
built
new
nearly
ST. ALBANS—A
Housed ? rooms, all plastered interior and in
first class repair, every convenience in and
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WITH AUt'
out, asphalt fiootpathe round bouse, good well,
LATEST IMPROVgSMBNTS.
$ acre of land in garden in thorough order.
here last year,
Mr
Built
Fowler's
visit
sines
Terms to be arrangedat time of WlTii OK WITHOUT THIRD OR FAST
Price,
234
sale.
SPEED.
SYDENHAM—Comfortable T shaped House
containing 5rooma and outbuiidiags, all well H,
Simons'
Mill
Qnolltas
Roller
laid out as garden
built, together wita potion
Silks, Qaalitas Beltisg, 2£ to 6|ia,
aad surrounded with live fences, Price, £150.
Terms.
168
SpecialThreshing Baads 70ft s: 51a,'
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LAWES FARrFAMBD
3152
AND COLONIAL-MAD®
CfIHISTCHURCH,
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Oa acaooat of various Clients.
mODHUNTER and JENNINGS have reGUINNESS and LE CREN,
instrnctio&s from the Executors
Xtheceived
SADDLE, and LIGHT of
**fk DRAUGHT,
late Predk. Gerkm
HARNESS HOJSSMS, broken and anIn conjunction with
orokes, including good farm teams
TO SSLL BY PUBLIC AUCTION
ZEALAND LOAN AND MEB
THE
NEW
OS
of a large entry, the Sale will
■ Oa aocQtuit
AGENCY COMPANr,*LTD.
OAMTHiE.
Special
at
o'clock
frith
the
11
Sommesce
Entry.
Auctioneers, Timaro.'
577
BUS3.
AT THE HOMESTEAD, TAI TAPU,
8
Auctioneer.
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The.Whole of the
TONES, NORTON & CO.
LIVS AND DEAD STOCK.
J. H. GILCHBIST
UNRESERVED SALS.
Foil particulars in futnre advertisement,
and JENNINGS,
TONKS.'nORTON
and CO. will
TODHUNTER
H/TSSSRS
J e H. GILCHKIST,
BT? Rooms,
Auctioneers
AUCTION.
M SELLAt their
894
on
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A VCTIONEEit, LAND. ESTATE. AND
MARCH SOTB.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
i WEDNSSDAV,
At 1 p.m..
VALUATOR &8H ARBITRATOR, TSL4 ANB> SPLENDID SMALL S'AEMS I
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T*hMs of Payment;
15 per ceat. cash, looser cent. In one year, 75
per cent, io flveyears, with right to pay off at
any time. Unpaid balances to carry interest
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Adjoining Bank of New ZetUand.
Telephone437. JBaniiera, Bank of AusEfalaela.
(Lower Portion)
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HOPEINS
ALLAN
HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT,
To be sold in29 Lots, as follows :—
A.' R. P.
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Wasted.
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tion ia not exaggerated.
ACRES (Upper Portion) acd
* aa
t>vv
673i
t
23—112 2 10
Containing: about
4
PJRICES
,
21—498 2 0
22— 60 0 0
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has ACCSPTIO the
TENDEB.ot M&S3BS RKIJ,IrY BRQjf.
for the Lease of his Eexm at Halswoll.
l-.WO: ::'.'-'' ■■ <\ OARtaiiK and CO.
WAIPARA ROAO .BOAEdT*
Havebeen placed on all these section* as the WANKED,
TO BUTCHEES.
oDraers
are Invited up to soon oa TU.ESfSUBNDERS
i
for FORMING and
DAY, AI?RJb
ME A-N TO 3 ELL
TO /let-MSTAL.L-IN(i
offers
30 chains, mcroor losa. at Cifof t'a
And this
SHOP .lately occopled to M<*»re road. PJBJI9 aad specification ac tbij office of
nnHE
VALLENf)ER aod WATT, in the oeatre tiro
THB LAST OPPORTUNITY
j^y psMBEBTOK<
ofTemnka, and known us the
To Buy Direo& from Almost the Original
BUTCHERY, r
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.•JUigtrfctEngineer.
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Premises contaia large Shop and Office,
Thelistings
BUILDERS.
TO
conjpSeta; also. SevenBooms tor
of with
urther particolare obtalued at the
Dwelling-all in Brick.
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either
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6M INVITSD for tie KRECTo a good tenanta low rent will be charged*.. i'V- Viok of aSAkVA-l'IoN ARMF fOHTitfHiES AND'COL, ;,
ßß3S(ißbrlok)atTtoa!ra.
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Enqniro parUculars—
aao conHBNKY BEREY and Co., ;
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Those deelroas oi tendering can up
to 3iat
Chrleteharch.
saeolficacioaa, and drawluue
ditious.ajt.Headquarturs
Hereford street, Chriatchorch.
48 Mttucheettff
APPIy"
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insc,
7128
iwcelvea
J. BROWN,"
where
tendernwiube
Btreec.
882"
Metchant, Tetanka.
Iup tiU 4 p,m. on THURSDAY. April 7tjj.
[Walter Johkson
Geoeok Hamiix.l
The lowest or any tender no!; nasessarily
If net sold as a whole we are prepared
to bell it ia separate Farms of 3£J aoree
and buildings, 198 a-rrea, 130 acree and 67
acres.
cnis property is. within one
mile cf the Darfteid tiaHwayCountry and
as there U one of tho &est
atock
Sales in Canterbury he d at the Darfleld Sale
Yβ; ds every month, conducted by all the
principal Scoek Auctionearsof Ohri tciiurcb,
uJso, a monthly Slack Sale held ac tho Kirwce
Yards, thi-. property possesses every ad van*
tape to make it oue of tne most proiitabte
farms in New Zealand, as iC ha« uudoubcedly
proved to tne present owner. We have, made
a personal inspection of this farm, and can
assure intending purchasers that onrdescrip
20—20 0 0
j'J./ji»*v a ACRES
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Fosma&ad
BUILDINOS.
other Hotels to Let or Sell.
easy terms.
14— 39 1 27
15—168 3 16
16— 67 1 20
17—349 0 0
18—131 1 26
19—226 0 0
ARO\yHENUA,
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THISJDiLY.,
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Lot. A. E. P.
13— 36 Q 38
E. P..
1—203 0 16
2—271 1 19
3—98 3 0
4—104 0 38
5—148 0 39
6— 5 2 12
7— 39 2 38
N
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LANDS,
To be sold in 23 Lots as follows :—
9-77, 228
AND
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AqRRS LEASKHOLD of
Itf 1 O
To be removed from her late (residence,
Oxford terrace, to Rooms, Hereford
OB
Btreet, forconvenience of display.
'PRIVATE TREATY. "
and to-morrow's papers for
See yesterday's
farther particulars.
%
THREE MONTHS' FRES STORAGE,
Fall particular? in printed catalogues. 1
g&e order of the catalogue vrill be adhered to..
AT
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bopbtalsed.
fr\Hß KAIAPOI HOTEL; aliO the OATS ttberep&rtieul&ramay
Byordsr.
THOSa
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NORRI3.
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Hccrotary.
HAMILL & JOaNoON,
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will bo
ContaJnicg about j
ACRESFREEHOLD and
Into our Stores
The whole of her
-10—59- O 0
11— 50 ,1 32
BGH-CLASS FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, FOR SALE BY PUBLJO AUCTION
12— 58 338
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At 11 o'clock,
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When the following ProperUes
submitted:—
C
ARE NOW RECEIVING
Commencing at 13.noon each day,
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AUCTIONEERS,
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WOOL and GRAIN BROKERS,
'THURSDAY and FRIDAY NEXT.
KARCH 3CTH, 31st, and APRIL IST, 1892,
,
,
SBLL BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
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JENNINGS
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TODHUKTER
GUINNESS and LR
MESSRS
TODHUNXER AND JENNINGS.
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NBW ZEALAND
BT
Luncheon at 12 n00n..;.
Sale at 1p m. sharp. ; -~
J. T. FORI). Auctioneer,
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VJBRY GREATLY RBPUCEO RBSBBRVB
T I M A E U,
further entries solicited.
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night.
884
MESSRS
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FORWARD
CONDITIONED
six aod-eSght-iooth MERINO
WBTHERa
FIkS'JM3I,ABS BORDER -LEl-
o/y rf v
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At Booms, 200 Hereford street.
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ESTATES COMPANY'S PROPERTIES
CR°SSBBBD liAMBS.
HALFBRED WETHERS
1 5011
87
THS
<Hp
OF
mHB BANK
FIRST CROSSLAMBS
MBRINO
J 400
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Basdeij, •'■iwfeli
Venetlaa blinds, cupper built in sculler?, coal
shed, with abont hall-act® gawleafully stocked
nicely laid oat.
8K O T I O Na
gjy and
■FfilsitX KOAD, corner of Wilson'e wad—
Grand qaaster-acre, t need.
PAPANUI RO&1X Schme&e's s©scl-4| acresI
first-class la»<l, with bouse-of 5 mama, paatlry
jujd dairy, end iron rot t.
BBYNI>WR-JJice comer tra&lfcsg seoiisa,
'eewite for the v&rlou* Beneficiaries in tiie one
acre, flrat-clasa land.
WAKBFH£LD ESTATE.
ALTON—Three aereareally good land,
FKND
TO
well fenced, road andriver freae&gge.
SSLL,
ADDINGTON, Ward street—Orand btSilding
In ooojnscaon with themselves,
ROAD-A weil-batlfc T
house of 7 rooms, Mastered, scullery, fowl run,
SECTIONS,
well-stocked fruit garden, eoanoatecL with
main drain, about quatfcer-Aore.
Varying: frona
Monoy to lead oa Mortgagr©. Hoxisss to Lst,
QUARTER ACRE to orer THREE ACRES»
J^B3
Catfaearal square, Chriatchuroh,
FRONTING the MAIN STREETS.
OF
I&dading some
THE INITIAL SALE BY AUCTION.
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NOK3SAN's HOAD—Hou3q of 4
scullery, fitted with cupboards,
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veoicnce, over rmarair-acrQ
stocked wilh trait fens.
ESTATE.
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SHEEP,
CROSSBttKD
LAMBS
OAf|A
CRO£SBRED SWSS
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NSW ZEALAND.'
Conveyanceswill meet the morning trains at
Norwood to Convey purchasers to tha sale and
briiig them back in time to catch train at
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FUBNITURE,
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SOUTH OANTBEBUSY,
SHEEP. SHEEP,
SHEEP.
f5675
Coroprisin?
Iff THE
WAEEFIELD
27
LANDS,
F ABM
O£>ji PRIMS CROSSBRED WETBERS
and MAIDEN EWES
MILES AND CO..
965
J. T. FOttU, Auctioneer.
SHEEP
S U M N E R.
- grspem®g fw-
rpENDERf a?e-WBuntcsS m? CLS&RING end "imTANTEQ to Salt. 3J aeree of tleH JT'*"
of 7 r-sosaa. Mil :WK(UmiOtlP«lioilt3oeAlOßßa' ; ;,
Ar&MAN'S ROAD-Honeo
and verandah, gas aad tittinfa, oatbßlMjtoge,
brick waeH-houiSe, &f,ibUtt , &c Xj.f
partlcalase, apply *o
with about hatf-ocro ga«lea; casTesieat t© !
Ho? f
!tow dcswslE osjjy required,ff lia<ri'% V »,i1 1>*
bom.
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aiKLROSS STREI3T, dtc3s to North Balfc— 1
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"WAUTBu
to
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Snbstantially-baUt and weU-ftßishod h(ras» ©f i
s
?m
,^< ß?^fr,.Si!*Sr.» ff ,good Blx-roonu.rt
and verandah, rrith every* ■coa-j
xooms,
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MAGNIFICENT
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FIBST
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On account Lowcliffe Estate
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and CO. have received instraotioos
from various owners to
SSLL BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
AT THE
MILLTON STATION YARDS,
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THURSDAY, MARCH SlsT,
CANTILE AttKNCY COMPANY
F. N. ROBINSON
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LAKE & EVANS. ——————.
g,.,
BANK OF NEW ZEALAND
Oa account Sir Joha Hall,
PRIME FAT MERINO SWS3 ,
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MiLES
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SPEC3Ia£~EKTRIES.
I£Ml PRIMS CROSSBRED MAIDEN
On account» client*
-I Rβ MEKINO BWJES
" Acc6&ntM*Davld'Gebbie,
1 1, -MOUTH CROSSBRED
*7AA
(VV ISS
EWES, in good condition, and most
suitable for breeding purposes
-fBEi NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER-
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH SOxa.
Oa account &H. Moore, Sag..-
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COMPANY,
account Waipara Downs
g"| A PRIMS FAT LAMBS
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SPECIAL BNTRY.
HARLEY.
YAR
Oα account J. M. Bailee,
WEDNESDAY, 30th MARC&,
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BANK OP NBW ZEALAND
UMIT
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ADDINGTON YARDS,
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prior 'A'osti.vl ■>*
Acoj»
Jaactloßs, Slsash Traps,
asdfioTJbte
TNOWrrin, *•,
Ais «JrJ«b9, Fire
Syp&ome,
€3MEnasy
Two, Floor TUes, Ftow®wfc3* ¥&&«, sad
-Aw- baa Iα Stock ias &si&, Ms&% CsmsßS,
Saod, Shiagla, Fire C2s.f, fee
Agents fo?Rnt&srfOFd'a Hydmtalie lim®.
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Telepbosslie?, £M,
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city, north, cad ett ic»s«4l-3«w j; i* -•"
on ??hi«?!i are trcctcX tvjch o 'jus
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