YESTERDAY’S LATE TELEGRAMS
Auckland. Colonel Lyona notifies that all Volunteer Companies will require to be made up to the full strength of sixty-three. At the present some only have forty, Tauranga. Major Swindley has withdrawn from the contest for the Tauranga seat. W ELLINGTON. Owing to the detention of the steamer Mr Ballance does not leave for the South until to-morrow afternoon. Dunedin. Mr Larnach arrived at Lawrence to-day on his return tsip to the goldfields. He will arrive in town on Friday, 'almost directly leaving again fori a visit to the Wilhertorce reefs, in Canterbury, thence going to the Thames goldfields. An excursion train to the city from Lawrence to-day brought about 1000 people. At a somewhat dangerous part of the line the brake broke, and some of the carriages ran off the line, and a good deal of alarm was felt. The guard jumped off immediately the accident occurred, and the engine driver, catching sight of him, stopped with all possible rapidity. The City Council has an overdraft of L42,7C5 at the expiration of its financial year, compared with 1 3d 000 last year.
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YESTERDAY’S LATE TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885
YESTERDAY’S LATE TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885
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