[PKB. PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Drawing of Brown’s Sweep. Auckland, To-day. Brown’s TJO,OOO sweep was drawn privately last night. Great dissatisfaction was expressed at the drawing not being advertised. The Judge Decides. He the disputes between the City Council and the Harbor Board concerning the maintenance of streets on the reclamation, Judge Gillies has decided that the Board is liable for the quays and the Council for the streets. Buggy Accident. Nelson, To-day. A serious trap accident occurred near Bishopdale last evening. Colonel and Mrs Nicholson were proceeding to Richmond in a buggy, when the pair of horses bolted, breaking the pole and dashing off with it and the harness. The Colonel was thrown out, and was considerably hurt about (he head. Mrs Nicholson escaped without injury. Another Draw on Insurance. Dunedin. Jo-day. The premises of Walter Holland, a butcher, at Grey town, were burnt yesterday. Nothing is saved. The building was insured in the Union for L2OO, and the effects for LIOO in the National.
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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881
TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881
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