On August 29, in Mr. Vizar's Assembly room, an appreciative hearing was accorded to Mr. R. Hogarth, lecturer for the NAtional Defence League, whose subject was the ...Article : 9,750 words
When the brigantine Handa lsle dropped anchor in Sydney Harbour to-day on her arrival from New Zealand she presented the appearance of having ...Article : 387 words
The fire which began in a draper a shop in Hawera owing to the breaking of a! lamp. rapidly spread owing to the gale blowing. Before it could be checked it ...Article : 96 words
In the Legislative Council today Mr. PIGOTT moved—"That the statement made by the Premier at a public meeting on July 17 that the Council was a rotten and corrupt ...Article : 303 words
In the Insolvency Court to-day Judge Molesworth delivered bis reserved decision on the application of Mr. C. B. Fisher for an unconditional discharge. ...Article : 202 words
Arrangements have been concluded between Messrs. Huddart & Parker and the Union Steamship Company which will have the effect of terminating the present ...Article : 119 words
In the House of Assembly to-day Mr. Browne moved that the immigration of a large number of Asiatios or African aliens was inimical to the interests of the white ...Article : 288 words
At a meeting of the South Mine Relief Fund last night tho Treasurer announced that the cash in hand and at the Bank totalled £1,268 1ls. The expenditure ...Article : 139 words
An address on federation was delivered at Rand wick to-night by Mr. Alexander Wilson, in which, after pointing out the benefit to trade and good government ...Article : 132 words
For the past nine days carbonic anhydride has been poured without ceasing down McGregor's new shaft on Block 11. The authorities are now ...Article : 149 words
The annual meeting of the Bank of New Zealand was held at Wellington to-day. The report stated that it would be necessary to make provision for bad ...Article : 134 words
The Legislative Council to day debated the question of a grant to the University. The proposal to reduee the annual appropriation of £4,000 to £1,900 was amonded to £2,500, which ...Article : 57 words
The Banking Bill passed through Committee in the House of Representatives on Saturday after an all-night sitting, the debate being at times exceedingly acrimonious. The ...Article : 252 words
The enquiry into the wreck of the steamer Catterthun was continued by tho Marine Board to day, when Captain John Hall, the Underwriters' Surveyor, save evidence of the ...Article : 408 words
His Honor Mr. Justice Harding died at 3 o'clock on Saturday morning in bis chambers, his medical attendants having forbidden his removal from the Supreme ...Article : 228 words
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