[per press association.] - A Club of Naturalists. Auckland, To-day. A Field Naturalist Club was formed . here yesternight. An Order for Material. By the last mail the Tramway Company 1 sent an order for 870 tons'of rails and * 1,100 tons of cast iron chairs or sleepers. f Death of a Boniface. ' ;; ~ Christchurch, To-day. ( jQeorge Beatty, the owner of the Palace i ( Hotel and Theatre Royal, died this morn- i ing. i . ' A Tour of Inspection. 1 The Hon. T. Dick arrived from Dun- f edin yesterday, and is inspecting public i institutions. t f - Shipping. t ; ' Dunedin, To-day. Arrived —The shps Dunedin and a t J Piako, Both from London. All well. F , V The Dunedin, Captain Whitson, made the r passage in 80 days. ■’ ’ . Dunedin Harbor Board. ,iu t At a Harbor Board meeting yesterday, • lengthy report was read from the _ engineer. One of its most important features. is a strong recommendation that -■ while the dredging on the Bar should ,be 1! gone on with, a training wall should be ] begun, in order to obtain sufficient depth J of water. He believes that L 30,000 spent'on such a wall would soon give a minimum depth of 23 feet.
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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882
TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882
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