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TELEGRAMS.

[PER PRESS ASSOC TATfON.] A Change of Air. Wellington, To-day. Dr Neill, Superintendent of the Mount View Asylum, is appointed Superintendent of the Dunedin and Seacliff Asylums. It is understood that he will be succeeded here by Mr King, at present in Christchurch. Another CandidateDunedin, To-day. Mr C. S. Reeves is a candidate for Dunedin East. A Walk Over. A private telegram says that Sweetmeat walked over for the Royal Park Stakes. A Cash Sale. The Taieri Lake Station has been sold to Mr J. C. Buckland for LIB,OOO cash. , To Good to he Kept Dark. There has been quite a stir in mining stock in Dunedin during the last few days, especially in Keep-It-Dark shares, which have gone up from 18s to 355. It is said that a well-known coal merchant netted, L 3,000 by the rise, and another L 1,600, and a third L9OO. Publicans in Trouble.

At the City Court this morning, Dillon, a publican, was fined L 5 for selling on Sunday, and Fidler L2 10s for selling after hours. Fatal Accident.

Thomson, a miner, has been killed at Surface Hill by a fall of earth.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 5 November 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 5 November 1881

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