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TELEGRAMS.

[fee press association.] An Interesting Item. Auckland, To-day. . The City Council’s half-yearly account show the receipts on general account t have been L 1,981. Repeal Wanted. At a public meeting' yesternight, it wa decided to form a New Zealand Asa cia tion for the repeal of the Contagions Dis eases Act. AquaticsWellington, To-day, It has not yet been decided what yachi ( will represent Wellington at the Lyttel ton regatta, but either the Thetis or th( .. Cannua will he sent, and the Star Glut will also sent a rowing crew down to compete in the principal events. Mormonism in Wellington. Another Mormon me.ting is advertised . for to-night. The Precious MetalA Government telegram received today states that the result of the last crushing of the Golden Ridge Company, at Collingwood West, was 200 ounces of melted gold. Washed Overboard. Dunedin, To-day. During a gale on October 9, the barque, ~ • Mercus just arrived, 99 days out from London, had one of her seamen washed overboard. - The sea was mountains high at the time, and it was impossible to render assistance.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 785, 4 November 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 785, 4 November 1882

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