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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PER PRESS .' SSOOIATION ) Dismissed. Auckland, November 14. Id an action to restrain • Mount Albert settler from deposit ng city night soil on his property, Dc G'leo, R ML, dismissed the case, holding tfaat no nataanoe was existing sufficient to warrant an order under the Public Health Act. .■,.:■■■ Fatal Accident. New Plymouth, November 14, ■ A son of E, Tiller, living near Inglewood, was drowned m a ■mall hole In the: cowshed. The oblld was eighteen montn§\; old, and the hole contained about a foot of water. The cowshed was m coarse of erection, and wai about two obaini from the residence. ■ s . . ; Pilfering from a Library. Wellington, November 14. At a meeting of the Athenaeum Oom* -■ mittee it was reported that there was freqnent pilfering from the institution, the ladies' room^la particular being viotl- .. • mieed. Magazines, principally, are par* loined. The president stated that suspicion attached strongly to certain persons and a plan was adopted both for bringing past offenders to book and pre* venting a repetition of the offonoe, Wool Show. The Execotlve Oommisßlone* for New Zealand haa received a oable from Melbourne that the time lor receipt of entries for the wool ahow has been extended and forms and applications are required to be m the Secretary* hands, Melbourne, not Inter than December 18* ■ It is advisable|that wool be ibipped on the same date m order to allow time foe arranging. .-.,-. ■ Dairy Produce. Mr Grant, the representative of a Liverpool produce firm, Boyd and Grant, has been travelling round the colony for the last two or throe months buyiog up produce. He proposes to establish an agency m New Zealand -.- He thinka the oolony is greatly behind Canada m the, treatment of dairy prodnce. The Lincoln Seat. Christohurof, November 14. It has been definitely settled that Mi ' Alfred Saunders will contest the Lincoln seat. He baa received numerous promlaet, - of support. - An Invitation. Dowrom, November 14, The Oounol of the Otago Institute mg. gest the desirableness of an invitation being given to the Auattalaslan Soolety for the Advancement of Science, to hold their 1891 meeting m Danedln,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 14 November 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 14 November 1888

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