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Wellington, Nov. 24. Sailed—The Bingarooma, for Melbourne via Hobartown and the south.
Dunedin, Nov. 24
The foreman smith, of the Government workshop at Port Chalmers, met with a serious accident on Saturday morning. A. milk boy passing along by the tunnel at Mansford Bay, saw a man lying across the railway line; on going up recognised him to be Mr Dunsrauir, to all appearances, dead. Dunsmuir muse have fallen over the face of the tunnel, a distance of at least sixty feet from the ground. The 3rd Annual Show of the Otago A. and P. Association will be held at Forbury Park on Thursday and Friday next. The total number of exhibits this year is 760, being an increase of about 50 over the last show. Compared with last year, the entries in the principal classes are as follows Sheep, 1878, 191; 1879, 198. Cattle, 1878, 91; 1879, 137. Horses, 1878,104 ; 1879,117.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 26, 25 November 1879
Per our Special Wire. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 26, 25 November 1879
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