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TELEGRAMS.

[pee PRESS ASSOCIATION.! Another Auction Mart Burned. Auckland, To-day. Sibbin’s auction mart was completely gutted by fire this morning,. The insurances on the stock were LI,<DOO in the National, and L3OO in the .Northern office, the building L2OO in the Victoria, L2OO in the National. Another One. A five-roomed house was burned at Onehunga yesternight, insurance, L 260 .■ on the house in the South British, and LIOO on the furniture in the Standard. Supreme Court. The case against Heffernan,, for indecent assault is proceeding. CommittedNew Plymouth, To-day. _ James Henry was again brought up this morning, charged with wounding W. .. Millett, at Opunake. He was committed for trial at the next sittings of the Supreme Court. Accident to a Steamer. If Wellington, To-day. The steamer Wakatu, which arrived from Wanganui this morning, Torres rock near Terawhiti, at 7.30 a.m.S J | The second mate was in charge at the time. The vessel is making water fast, it being supposed that one of her plates is,| split. The pumps are hard am work, and . after discharging she will go on the slip. ,ti A preliminary enquiry into the mishap igT to be held to-morrow. - Done to a Cinder. Dunedin, To-day. A seven-roomed boarding-house in : “| Cumberland street was destroyed .early v this morning. Mrs Crawford, pier, was insured in the South British office for LIOO. ; Its Owner. J The house burned down in Cumberland A , street belonged to the Hon. Mr Mantell, ■ and was insured for LIOO in the Northern.

Work for the Lawyers. For the civil sittings three common jury - cases are set down, and seven fora special jury, including the libel action Massey 7. Allen, which came before the Court in.§ October as a criminal action. *'

Supreme Court Sentences. At the Supreme Court to-day the following sentences were passed : John .. Gordon, fraudulent bankruptcy, six i months; James Wilson, larceny, two years; John Dupree, police constable, for , • stealing fowls, two years; Frank Thomson, robbery, three years. -t

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882

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