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[pee press association.] Going to Borrow. Auckland, To-day. The Waitemata County Council have decided to borrow LIO,OOO under the Roads and Bridges Const notion Act, To the Dead Letter Office. The Postmaster here compulsorily regtsftefhd all letters' addressed to “ Zoo Jumbo” and “Ada Mantua.” - 'These, under the Gaming and Lotteries Act, refused to take delivery, and in one we’eifc alone Unclaimed letters conta|pipe.L3,poo wernsent ,to< the Dead, Letter Office f rom Auckland. A Sawmill Burnt Downl,Jr' Feildino, To-day, The Cheltenham Sawmill was burned dbwn this'morning, at 4 o’clock. It was insured fbr L6OO, but the office is; not known. Death and Mills are the.propt4eSbrs,J; Munro and another being the ietfifeholdefs. An inquiry will beheld, Soto* workmen living in the huts had. a narrow escape. ■ Grateful 1 Constituents. Kumara,. To-day, ’1 Mr Seddon, M. H. R., addressed a large meeting of electors at Dillmanstown last evening, and reviewed his actions at the last Fesaion of, Parliament. A vote of thanks and confidence was unanimously carried. After his address, Mr Morris,; on behalf of the miners of ££um«isihnd Stafford town, took the opportunity of presenting Mr Seddon with a gold watch as a mark of esteem and appreciation ,bf his services on their behalf in the New Zealand Parliam. nt. r/ ' Parliamentary Candidates. Ddned ( in, To-day. Messrs Larnach and Cutten are candidates for,the Peninsula. A Suspicious Death. A woman named Catherine Anderson died at Deborah Bay yesterday under suspicious circumstances.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 800, 23 November 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 800, 23 November 1882

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