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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PER PBEBB ABSOOU.HOK.) Hospitals and Charitable Aid. Wbiaikgton, October 23. Dr McGregor, Inspector-General of Lnnatio Asylums, who Is now visiting Viotoria, !■ enquiring into the Victorian ■yitem of managing hospitals, lnnatlo asylums, and dispensing dmltable aid, will make a voluminous report on these auVijaoti on his return to the colony nexi The Maori Will Case. The appeal by Bronghton against the judgment of Sir J Prendergaat m the Renata-Kawepo will case will be heard before the Appeal Court on November 6th. The Salvationists. Ohbistohdboh, October 24. Wilson,' the Salvationist Captain wan released from Addiogton gaol to-day Two hundred Salvatiouiste with the band met him outside the gaol and escorted him to Cathedral square where they held an open-air service m the presence of a large orowd, The Minister for Public Works. Ihe Bon Mr Mitchdson left for the South this morning. He estimates the coßt of repairing the Bunnyside asylum at £10,000, Shipping. Oamabu, Ootober 24. Sailed this morning— Wild vYave, barque, with 3170 sacks of wheat fox Hobart.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1978, 24 October 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1978, 24 October 1888

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