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TELEGRAMS.

[per PRESS ASSOCIATION.] J Another Jury. Thames, To-day. ] Fresh information* have been laid against Mr Ehrenfried, brewer, for breach , of the Beer Duty Act. Assisting the Sufferers. The Government have advanced the local bodies L 3,000 to help repair the damages caused by the late hoods, larceny. Timaru, To-day. At the Magistrate’s Court this morning William Rogers was charged with the larceny of a silver watch, valued at L 9, at Waimate, and was remanded to Wednesday next. A RemandWilliam Brown, charged on remand with committing an unmentionable offence, was remanded to Temuka for Monday. ■ /Agricultural Association. i Oamaru, Yesterday. At a meeting of the Agricultural and Pastoral Association to-day, it was decided; in reference to the small bird pest, that the society supplement the Acclimatisation Society’s contribution of L 5, and distribute poisoned wheat at LI per . bushel of —- The Quon: Match.—The Quoit match played yesterday between the Ashburton and Mbiint Somers Clubs ended in the Ashburton players being defeated by 23 points. The play of one or two of the Mount Somers payers was specially good. Ashburton Home. —At a meeting of the Hospital and Charitable Aid Board, held at the Christchurch Hospital on’ Wednesday afternoon, thefollowing information compiled by the Secretary was read:— , Ashburton Home.—The number of inmates in the Heme on July 1, 1881, was 42 ; admitted during the year, 34; total, 76 J discharged or left the Institution, 30; deaths; 4; total, 34; number remaining on June 30, 1881, .42. The expenditure was L 983 11s, as against L 971 13s Id for * the preceding year. The average coat of ew:h inmate was . 10s 9|d per week. — Expenditure. —Salaries, L 136 5s ; stores, ■L6O7' 13b 9d; clothing, etc., L 77 16s 7d ; medicines, L 25 165.6 d ; funerals, Ll2 12s 6d; cooking range, Ll 3; repairs, white- . washing; ete., L2O 10s; incidental ex- ' penses, L8916s Bd. Total, L 983 lls. At , - thedoeeofthe meeting the Secretary re"A, 'ported .that Mr Carriok had made a donationof clothes and boots for the use . ‘of Jity) inmates of the Old Men’s Home at audit was resolved that the the'Board bo conveyed to issailab* i /‘/ti v

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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