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[per press association.] Got Off Easily. Auckland, To-day. At the Police Court, three larrikins wore fined 10s each and costs for violently assaulting a Chinese vegetabe vendor. Accident. A boy named Kent, of Newmarket, was seriously injured by a cart passing over him. The Appeal Court. Wellington, To-day. The Appeal Court sat again to-day. In re Mackay v. O’Connor the appeal was allowed. In Sabale v. Page and others, and the Colonial Bank v. Sargeaat, the appeals were dismissed, with costs. In Edwards v. Owen, judgment was given for defendant.

Fourteen Days. Timaru, To-day. Henry Leeman, the Dutch cook of the barque Andes, got fourteen days’ imprisonment this morning for assaulting George Galvin, a messmate, with a tin-opener on Friday last. Waimea Plains RailwayDunedin, To-day,

The Waimea Plains railway shows a profit for the nine months of L 849, exclusive of the grain traffic, which is not brought into account. Mr Bastings has resigned the secretaryship. Fire. At Pine Hill on Saturday a four-roomed house and stable, belonging to Mr J. Richards, was burned. The stock and furniture were insured for Ll5O, and the buildings for L 250 in the South British. Obituary. News has been received here of the death of the Rev Mr Ash, in the Sydney Lunatic Asylum. Another Blaze. Invercargill, T~ day. A fire at Wyndham yesterday destroyed two stacks belonging to Jones and Templeton. Four horses, two dogs, harness, and a lot of produce were burned. Templeton’s loss is Ll5O. He is insured for LSO in the New Zealand Company. Jones losses L 450, and is insured for L6O in the|same office.

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NEW ZEALAND, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 363, 6 June 1881

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 363, 6 June 1881

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