(PBR FUBSS ASSOCIATION.) Wanqantji, November 24. The Maori Catholic Ohuroh at Jerusalem, sixty miles up the Wanganui river, was burnt down.yesterday. It is stfppoaed to be a case of Incendiarism. The police ate . faquirlng Into the matter. Wellington, November 24, Yesterday, a man named Thomso Hogan, with aevecal aliases, who was detected In the act of ooDcaaling a quantity of tobaoco where the prisoners were working at Mount Cook, was sentenced to forty-eight hoars' imprisonment. Praotloes of this kind have been very frequent of late, and the gaol authorities kept a look out. ' .Blenheim, November 24. This morning Borne excavators near Blenheim discovered a human skeleton, believed to be that of William Beeves, formerly of Spring oreok, near here. Ho was mlseed soventeon years ego. Oamaru, November 25. The Waalroka Datry Factory held its annual meeting on Saturday afternoon. ' The report showed that during the year a ' losi of £71 had been made, Losses had been made on shipments of ohoese, notably . one to Londou, attributed to the larger frolßhtof£lols34Jaton. TheDlreotora ( reported that they had let the factory to a private individual a rental which would afford the shareholder a return on their ' money.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888
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