(FBK PBEBS AftBOOIAHOS.) Tie Sweatinf Sy&teja. Auckland, October 25 The "Star" today publishes a letter showing that the iweating system prevails ia Auckland on the same lines ss m Christchuroh and Dunedir, Redaction of Bents. A camber of City Council leases have lodged a petition praying for a reduction of rent, the petition will be considered at the Counoll meeting to-night, . A Child Lost, Timaru, October 25. A little girl % years old, daughter of a Bangltata settler named Coulter, strayed away from the house about 9 o'clock on Tuesday morning. The country is open thereabouts and after some vain search by the parents the alarm was given to the neighbors and a party of 20 searched alll the afternoon and up till 2 o'clock next morning finding no trace. Tuesday night was very cold and wet and there were tbt gravest fears of the child's death from expoanre* The aearch wbb renewed next xnornkigj and about midday the cbild waß ionod dead 4 miles from the house. ShippingArrived— FjUn from tfewoaßtle after a cough pasaage. Waihora from Dunedin, this Is the largest Union boat which has yet been alongside the wharf, fhe Mararoa. Dttncdin, October 25 The Mararoa takes nearly 600 passengers, while many are shut out. Proposed Exhibition. The project for holding au exhibition here Is meeting with much favor. It is expected Mr Robarts, President of the Chamber of Commerce, will bead the proposed guarantee fund with £500. Several merchants promise £100 each.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888
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