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TELEGRAMS.

- —■» [per press association.] Hiroki Committed for Larceny. New Plymouth, To-day. Hiroki was brought up this morning charged with stealing a double-barrelled gun and other articles, the property of W. Taylor, of Waitotara. After the evidence of Mr Taylor and a native witness the prisoner was committed for trial. Glad to Hear It. Informations have been laid and summonses taken out against the two men who were dismissed from the Taranaki Mounted Rifle corps for appropriating articles belonging to the Maoris when searching the whares north of Waitara for arms. Christchurch Exhibition. Christchurch, To-day. The Industrial Association last night passed a resolution condemning the pamphlet issued by the committee in opposition to Messrs Joubert and Twopenny’s proposed International Exhibition ; also requested the committee to use its best efforts to ensure a good display of New Zealand goods. Christchurch Working Men's Club. The Working Men’s Club have decided to purchase a site for the new Club buildings, at a coat of L 2,900. Without Opposition. Port Chalmers, To-day, Mr James Macandrew has been elected without opposition for Port Chalmers. Vital Statistics. Invercargill, To-day. The vital statistics for the month of November for the Invercargill district are as follows Births, 42 ; marriages, 7; deaths,

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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