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[pur press association.] Electoral. Blenheim, To-day. For Picton, Messrs E. S. Connolly, and W. H. Eyes have been nominated. The show of hands was in favor of Connolly. Important. Wellington, To-day. The Hon. Mr Oliver leaves for the South this afternoon. Police Court News. Timaru, To-day. Henry Whitcombe, but recently released from gaol at Dunedin, and thrice previously convicted, was this morning committed for trial for a barefaced pocket picking. A youthful incorrigible was re-com-mitted to the Industrial School. He had picked upland appropriated a cheque for L 5, forging an endorsement on'the same. The Dunedin Show. Dunedin. To-day. . The Show takings were L 195 Death of a Colonist. ' The mail brought news of the death at Home of Mr J. G. Glassford, of Matakanui Station near Clyde.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 509, 5 December 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 509, 5 December 1881

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