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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(Per Press Association.)

Interesting Exports for Tonga. Auckland. November 24. Thfl s. a Richmond leaves this afternoon for the Inlands. Mr Shltloy Baker jan lor, who has recovered from the gunshot wound Itflioted on him by the natives at Toni?ataban, returns to that island having m his charge a turret clock ordered by Kins; George for the tower of the Royal Ohapel »t Nukualofa. The clock 'md fittings are supplied by Bartletfc of Auckland and inolude a bell weighing 3 cvrt, A complete peal of bells for the j same ohuroh has been ordered by King Georgeg. Property Tax. Wellington, November 24. Retarns rece ved to date show that the Property Tax collected t'irooghout the colony amounts to £206,000. Some small retu.ru> h»ve yet to come to hand, and there is of course the aeoond instalment of large amounts. Oheistoetoroh, November. 24. The Maori Burglar. Murray wan brought up at Kalapol today, and was committed for trial on a charge of breaking Into the Mandevllle Hotel on October 14th, and stealing therefrom 17s 6d. Another Wool Ste&ler. TIMAEtJ, November 24. Another wool etealer was dealt with by i the Br M. this morning,' An employed at Elworthy'a station, who had been engaged lv carting skins to town, was charged with stealing three skins, value 12a, and disposing of them. He ; had not sold them, however, but given them to the barman at one of the hotels to make mats of. He waß fined 20a and costs. l2s. Dynamite Accident. Dunedin, JNotember 24. I John Molntyre, a laborer employed at the , Purakanui oliff ..works has _ been seriously injnrod by an explosion cf dynamite. Fire. A four-roomed houae at Green Island, oooupied by Mrs .Teaalo Gray, was bnrned down this morning. luauranoe £50 la the National. v Death from Chloral. At the Inquest on William S Earland, who was a manufacturing ohemiat, a verdict was returned of death from nataral caasea, Dr Alexander said that death mi«ht hare'reaultsd from an oveidose of chloral, not neceasarlly intenMonal, as the deoeaied had been abstaining from food, but the appearances were concloteDt tberowHh,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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