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(Per Press Association.) Crushed to Death. Dunedin, To-day. At Bannockburn some boys wore playing in an old sluicing ground when one, named Manson, got a pick and started picking under a hanging face. The mass of earth jell, crushing him to death. The Australian Team. Mr. Alexander cables that he hopes by to-morrow to obtain leave for Groube and Sleight, when he will telegraph definitely whether the team will leave on January 4th or 11th.

Looking Up. Westtort, To-day,

Mr. Reeves, M.H.R., has arranged for a supply of machinery to the Victory Company’s mine, Vew Creek, on behalf of the Dunedin capitalists. The mine looks remarkably well. The “Medium” Wanted. Invercargill, To-day.

The spiritualists of Southland are asked through the press to contribute for the benefit of the wife and family of J. Tyreman, spiritualistic and freethought lecturer.

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NEW ZEALAND. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 215, 13 December 1880

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