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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(FSB F&KBS ASSOCIATION.) Silver ore. ISwm Plymouth, November 28. The Urenul oo.reipoadent of the *' TaranfJfl Herald," writes that sliver ore has been found by a half-oste at a place north of Awakino, inland, In a oreek running ont of the Narakopa river, on Native land. Europeans have •tartei off from Mokau to the plaoe, and To Wetere bis tent two Natives to peg off claims. Botorna Sanatorium, Wellington, November 28. The Government agent at Rotorua telegraphs that a better building and one more suitable than the old Sanatorium, but not so ornamental, can be built for from £1200 to £1800. The amount first itated as the loss includes the cost of the baths etc -which were not destroyed A Fatal Fall: An old man, named Uhuholw, aged 89 fell down on the reclaims'] land last night and died of the chock. Fire. Chbhtohuboh, November 28. At 2*30 a.m , a cottage In Sydenham, %»louglng te Rlohard Butler, a platelayer, irai burned down. Insurance! — House, £100 ; furniture, £50 ; Liverpool London •nd Globe Nothing was saved. The fire was apparently cansed by a dofeot In the chimney. Price of Oats. Invkboabgill, November 28. Two «bilHngs and slxpenoe has been offered for next senson'* oats. The Weather. The shearing which has been started on • ttomber of ' Stations hat been Interrupted toy tbe weather, which Is bitterly inclement. Unless It changes, tbe crops will toffer aoarloos obeok. Snow has fallen fa several and fliods are antloljpated fa p*rte of the western district, Tbe Babbit Pest. (Several landowners have been fined at Wjodbam for neg)eotir>g to suppress cabbttj. One deposed that her brother had only put la ten acres of orop, depotIng the rest of his time to rabbiting, she ttfllatln? him. She said that they sold nearly 2000 skins duridg the winter, and had laid poison six times besides trapping.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 28 November 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 28 November 1888

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