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1 [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] { i M,.! Eaiaing the Screws. ' ■ A trcKtAHD, To-day. The City Council yesternight raised the Mayor's'salary from L 250 to L4OO, the Town Clerk’s salary (inclusive; to LSOO, and the engineer’s td L6OO. ,T In Town for the Holidays. Six hundredbushmen arrived here yesday for,.the, hpjidays. ’ Land Sale- : ; J . Wanganui, To-day. 'Mr J. S. Holdsworth, the Crown Lands CSram^tondr,'held a sale to-day of the Tokomairu block and the Harbor Board endowment block on the deferred and cash payment systems. Out of 75 sections offered 11 sold on deferred payment and 7on cash payment. There was not much interest taken in the sale. The land realised on the average about L 35 per j J.

A Naughty Publican. WjsixtNcrroN, To-day. James Smi h, licensee of the Prince of Wales Hotel, was to-day fined 20s and costs lor refusing admittance to the police on Saturday night after hours. r - The Wellington RegattaThe regatta committee fixed the first ptize.for.the Coasters’ Race at L4O and a cup j seoond, LlO. The prizes in the first-class yacht race are for the same amounts.

Trait Stealing on Board a Steamer. On : arrival of the Wakatipu here on Wednesday, : Captain Wheeltr gave a steerage passenger into custody for stealings* femall quantity of frail from one of tike cases stored on - deck. The Bench sentenced the prisoner to 48 hours’ imprisonment; and hoped this would act as a warning to others who travel. Shipping. The Lady Jocelyn, ship,'from London, is at the Heads. - >■

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 825, 22 December 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 825, 22 December 1882

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