' ‘ -12.^ railway accident occurted at Hamilton. Tie ftoihts were left unlocked, and the'train crashed into a contractor’s wagon, Bending if 'through the’massive door of the goods shed. One carriage was thrown off the line butriooheinjured. ' A chUd named Daniel Sandy, of Matawhilernhning with a stick in his month fell, injuring his tongue. Hemorhage ensued causing death. ’"Efforts are being made here to obtain a Government subsidy of £SOOO for a steam Service between Auckland from and to New Caledonia. „ Atrived—Rotorua, at Russell; left Sydney on N6v. Bth; experienced fine Weather. 1
Auckland, Nov. 14. : Owing 16 dirty weather the Rotorua did n<A.»rrjye till daylight. She sails south ffiiii afternoon.' J The Waikato brings 264 immigrants. One birth and'bhe death oOcurred on the voyage. Thtrd ire no complaints, and tKe uhmigrints appear a lot. fe'iiw composedprincipally of families. • • wiuadAßfbr,' Nov; 13. of the Native Court now sitting at Otaki, died on Wednesday altOr three' days’ illness. * • Nkw Plymouth,- Nov. 12.
The R.M. stated .in. Court that the further sitting, of the District Court will not be held until a Validation Act is pnyuid in' Pafcliiinent, ‘ If app&tbs thtif on gStient of Certain altOTations - thO'Disfriot Courts of 'Taranaki, Wanganui, r and Ifydtum,, if baa; become ; necessary to re T Gazette - the defining? the Ihmta of itKe* various' districts'. " The probisen‘duly gazetted in May hUt,blit a mistake had been made- in the proclamation, 1 which, rendered all-sittings of .tfceap .Courts.tovaHd : T. :; ' ~ . ’ Wellington, Nov. 12. WefiliigtonLadies’ Christian A# inade"arrang6fttonts for esttbftsMrigw? httihe tot friendless women. - •if| ifcOuest t<£dayv on the l body of fciielft'filt&ka, i;he jury i returned the fbl!<s*ltig : verdict ‘ That deceased 1 came by'hto'dfeatb itt"oonaequence of jumping Mif of i the horses of which had baited, being frightened by steam issuing f&rißbe trAmway engineofthe Welling* fOtl> Steam TraffiwayCo. ■" Cji-vSt?. -j..'i'--’ Gbeymouth, Nov 12. . ■ \ A splendid vein of stone Was struck last blkhtln the Bonanza claim by Boase and «3ty, ‘ ’ Langdbwti’s reef. The stone is with gold' tit is deepening to ffiSJ'Wrtb and Winding. A f sample was flushed, ’and-if yielded a dwt to the .dish; The news hiss caused exoitement in town, i • Oam ABU, Nov. 13. An inquest on the body of O’Brien was held to-day, and resulted in a verdict of t( Accidental death.” ; r>< ■■. * ' : 1 Dunedin, Nov* 12.*
>, At the City Police Court this morning,; V J John'Weeks Tyrell was charged with having obtained gdodsand cash/ amounting to £7, from John Stening, Christchurch. Defendant described* himself as an operasingcr and ballet dancer. He was re-’ manded to Christchurch. ...rv. :;:' ». -t—...
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