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TELEGRAMS.

[PEB PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Quarantine. Wellington, To-day The Now Zealand Government have determined that all vessels arriving from

Chinese ports shall be quarantined. A proclamation to this effect will be issued immediately. It has been shown that vessels arriving at New South Wales from Chinese ports have brought small-pox patients with them, and the Government in that colony have decided to quarantine vessels arriving from China. Fatal Accident to an Old Miner. Dunedin, To-day.

Elliot, a very old miner in Mount Ida district, has been killed by a fall of earth in his claim, on the Kyeburn diggings.

The Customs.

On Wednesday L 4,383 was paid as Customs duty, probably in anticipation of tariff changes. This is the heaviest amount in the year. The Coming Election. Invercargill, Tc-day.

Private persons are actively enrolling voters for the new general election. Since the main rolls were issued supplementary rolls, bearing two hundred names each, are printed for Wallace and Riverton. The Invercargill registration officer has three hundred names additional. A Sensible Remark.

The Town Council last night voted half the expense of the Tararua Relief Committee. A remark was made by a councillor that the Union Company should have paid it.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 390, 8 July 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 390, 8 July 1881

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