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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(Pik Press Absogixtiov.) The Pacific Cable Auckland, November 26. Arrived— H.M. B Egerla from Tonga and Fiji. Bbc made souudfnge around the Tonga Islands and surveyed the sea bottom from Tonga to Fij', and frcto Ftji to N«w Zealand for the proposed cable root* The last two days' stormy weather eansed ■onnding to be dlaooutinued. She will leave fn about a week (o finish tbe survey io tbe violnity of the Kermadeo lilandi. Severe Weather A tbandeißtorm passed over tbe Wai* kato district on Saturday Afternoon. A violent couth wind blew, accompanied by a fall of mow which whitened the streets of Hamilton. ftoow also f el) a 1 ; Kiwhla, There was a hailstorm at the Thames. It was fine at Auckland. The Mails: Wellington, October 26. The atestner Alameda with the English nail of the 3d lent left 'Friaoo for Aack. land on tbe 18th Inst., one day late. The steamer Marlposa with (he colonial mails of the 6th inst. arrived at 'Frisco from Auokland on 23rd imt, two days early. Alleged Forgery Ohbmtohuboh, November 26 William Bently was committed for trial to-day on a charge of forging the name of M. Hanna to| an order to Mr Pratt, solicitor, for certain plumbing work. He was In the habit of oalllng at houses during the abienoe of the proprietors, reprr■entiog be was sent tc do plumbers' work, which h« did m a oareless style, and obtained payment from whoever wai m the house, The Weather Tne weather is clearing. There were ■light ibowers this morning. Land Sale. Tiwabu, November 26. On Saturday 100 acres of good land, •bout four miles from Timaru, told by order of Supreme Court by auction, realised £16 per aore. A level i aore In town fetched £450. University Honors Dunkdzn, November 26 The following student* of the Otago University have passed the final examinations for the degree of Bachelor of Medlcloe, 7>z : — Barclay, Oopeland, and Deamer. Otago A. and P, Show The Show entries number 1306, There If * larpe falling off In merinos and colonial manufactures, but Increases In all other departments* Cricket Playing aga'rac the Phceiix Club the Alblons only totalled 68. The Pt.cealx lost six wickets for 72 rang. The Grange Club defeated the Taierl by 28 runs. Arrested. Frederick Steiver, ana wet ing the description of a man wanted by the Christohurob police for forgery, was arrested her* on Saturday on the arriv»l of the expreaa and brought before the Benoh to-day, gf wii remajndod till Wedoei* wtf. . * - )

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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