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[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] A Reasonable Objection. Auckland, To-day. 1 The New Zealand Herald objects to the colony being at the expense of repairing Governor Hobson’s tomb in the Auckland cemetery, and points out that his widow owned L 20.000 worth of property here. Repairing Their Resting PlacesThe seamen of H.M.S. Nelson have repaired the graves of Commodore Burnett, of the Orpheus, and Midshipman Watkins, who was killed at the storming of Bangiriri. Winiata’s Father. Winiata’s father having threatened vengeance on Europeans, Tawhaio has taken him into custody to prevent mischief. Another Fatal Accident to a Bushman. Palmerston North, To-day. A 'man named Edwin H. Turley, a resident of Motua, near Eoxton, was killed by a falling tree in the Fitzherbert bush yesterday. An inquest will be held to-day. Left Out in the Cold. . A meeting, is to be held here to consider the fact that no sum is mentioned in the Public Works Statement for the Palmer-' ston-Woodville line. A Would-be Lawyer. Wellington, To-day. In the Supreme Court this morning Mr Travers made an application for Mr De i. Lautour to be admitted as a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court, After argument the application was referred back for further information. Fatal Accident to a Farmer. Oamaru, To-day. A farmer named James Newsom was killed at Duntroon yesterday, by a dray p issing over his chest.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882

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