[per press association.] Not to go Sight Seeing. Wellington, To-day. The Government do not intend to send the s.s. Hinemoa to Lyttelton next week to allow members an opportunity of visitng the Exhibition. Confession of Hiroki. It is understood that Hiroki, lying under sentence of death for the murder of M'Lean, has confessed his guilt.
Fatal Accident. Christchurch, To-day. A man named Ralph Reading was working at a circular saw at Pavitt’s yards, Sydenham, this morning, when a portion of the saw flew off and struck him on the head, cleaving it open from the crown to the chin. Death was instantaneous. Free Railway Passes. Government have given foreign exhibitors at the Exhibition free railway passes up to July 31st.
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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 653, 3 June 1882
TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 653, 3 June 1882
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