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Throwing Extraordinary. — At Hull, Bonner and Jarvis threw a cricket ball for a fiver ” a-side, the former giving the latter five yards. The throws were Bonner, 122 yards 2 feei; Jarvis, 120 yards. What Next.— Some New Plymouth settlers are so delighted with a fine crop of wheat growing near Parihaka, that they have telegraphed the Government, suggesting that it might be worth while to offer facilities to experts to view the crop by giving them a free passage by the Hinemoa on her next visit to the West Coast.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 242, 14 January 1881

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