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[per PEEB3 ASSOCIATION.] Gone for Tin- " ' Auckland, To-day. C! Some time 'ago the ketch Adah left Auckland for Lord Howe Island, having On hoard Mr William Rowe, with a party Of men proceeding thither with the intenifeioD of bringing to New Zealand twenty , or thirty tons of tin ore found on t*>at jaland, for testing purposes. The party are expected to. return here in three The Electric Light. e ‘-. „ Gxsbobnk, To-day. A meeting has been held for the purpose of forming an electric light company. It was decided to ask the Borough Council (f they would, undertake to light the town with electricity, and if not would the ’ Qohnoil allow the company to do so. 1“ Gone to Her Death.” , . . Wanganui, To-day. The body of a woman named Mrs Shannon, the wife of a foundry blacksmith, was found floating in the river this morning.. It appears the deceased lefther house about seven o’clock, and must have ebinmitted suicide by drowning shortly afterwards, as the was of unsound mind, having recently been an inmate of the Mount View Asylum, hut had partially recovered and was sent home in conse* 4denCe. . , ~,v . fatal Accident in the French Pass. • / ■ Nelson, To-day. The cutter Southern Cross brings the aeear.-»feeiatal-accident at the French Pass on Sunday night. The cutter Hannah Jane (9 very small one) .left Nelson for Pelorns Sound on Saturday night, in charge of a man named Harvey, and on IfaLtfere >al«o William Haguerd and his young fellow of about twenty. In attempting the Pass on Sunday night the CntreDt'Cirtied the cutter against the beacon with Considerable force, and in a few minutes afterwards young Haguerd was missed, from the boat. His father, almbst-ifrantic, was with difficulty kept fM!« j6mpiii|r after him. The cutter, little time, got off, and was takeb tcFornessßily for repairs. , fbrthelnsurance Companies. ii.."*' ■' ' Ohmstohurch, To-day. >' - has just been received that ... Rhodes’ house, Papanui road, • WfhfiAWntaitied thirty rooms, has been , The insurances on the < house -end furniture are said to be L 2,000 .. “ in-wf^New - Zealand Office, LI,BOO in the Union, and L 3,500 in the Royal. The lie-insuted. The a Nigkt’s Spree. . t Magtsfrate s Court this morning 'r mien were charged with larceny and to property at sundry brothels - .•‘- 'on Sunday »jnignt. It seems the men V i sevinnl lifdlhohr and demanded took iuhdfy . bottleji of liquor,. l&gjpkflßlM the occo--111 njlistfrjitiil 'tifillrn innfl(T ! -charges' of larceny fell the r other‘ charges' the Lfl ea3h|::arid prdered to

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 782, 1 November 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 782, 1 November 1882

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