[per press association.] Fatal Accident. Havelock, To-day. A m.m named Charles O’Doijnell met with an accident yesterday at Tojtara Hill, about eight miles from Havelock. A truck went over him bodily at 9 a.m., and he died at 3 p.m. Occupation of Maori Land. Opunake, Yesterday. Two old abandoned stations—|-Kaikahu and Ngakurmikurui—are to-di:,y to be occupied by the Constabulary jfor road making purposes, and to facilitate the settlement on lands about being opened up. • Acquitted. Wellington, To-day.. The list of criminal cases at the Supreme Court this morning, included that of Mary Ann Hughes, who wat; charged with ste -ling from the person- and acquitted. A Bough Passage. Christchurch, To-day. The Circe, brigantine, from Foo Chow, arrived at Lyttelton last night. On Jan. 3, during a gale, a heavy sea broke on board, carrying away the starboard quarter house, staving in the bulwarks and filling the cabin with water. The man at the wheel was knocked down and rendered almost insensible, and the boatswain (named Nicholas was killed;) New Zealand Potatoes for England. 3he Stir says J. A. Morran has devised a new method for treating potatoes so as to enable them to stand a long voyage, and trial shipments are about to be sent to England or India by Cunningham and Co. Bound tor London. Sailed—City of Nankin, ship, for London. A Double Voter Committed for Trial. Invercargill, To-day. At Riverton to-day C. R. Martin was. committed for trial for double voting in the Wallace election. Shipping. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. At the Heads—Loch Esk, ship; Fray Bentos, barque.
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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 532, 12 January 1882
TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 532, 12 January 1882
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