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TELEGRAMS.

[per press association.] Death of Lady Wynyard. Auckland, To-day. Lady Wynyard, widow of a former Lieut. Governor of the colony, died here this morning. A Ghastly Freight, It is reported here that a boat of the wrecked vessel Rona, has been found at Te Kopua, with a dead body made fast to the stern ring bolt. The Hinemoa and Stella. Wellington, To-day. The steamers Hinemoa and Stella arrived from Opunake this morning. The former vessel leaves again for Opunake this afternoon with Volunteers. For the Scene of Action. The Hinemoa sailed for Opunake with 200 officers and men of the Wairarapa Rifles, City Guards, Naval Brigade, and the City Rifles, and also the United Press Association correspondent. Confidence. Mr Johnston, a candidate for Te Aro, addressed the electors last night and received a vote of confidence. The Last Sweep (?) Dunedin, To-day. In Cameron’s L 5,250 sweep, the first prize goes to Christchurch, the second to Invercargill, and the third to Queenstown. Another Out for Dunedin West. Mr Stewart is definitely out for Dunedin West.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 491, 2 November 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 491, 2 November 1881

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