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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

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Auckland, Dumber 3. Tiro boys^ about nine years of ago were m a canoe on the Mangawera oroek, Tauplrl, on Sunday, wh n theft boat npaet, Ona namad Stubbin swam aahore, bat the oiher lad, Andrew Haddon, tho son of a settlor at Tauplrl, \rae drowned. A wonun named Bllon Mallet, whilst suffering from the effects of drink, threw herself Into the harbor yesterday afternoon, but was speedily roßoued. The American toara of football players will arrive from San Fcanclaoo on Saturday, and play that aftornooa at the Tramway Company's grounds at Epjoro, One of tho teams represents Chicago and the other all America. It; Is not yet clodded whether they will go Sooth, The liquidators appointed by the Nor h Now Zaalaod Woollen Company have ft»Hod^-to-reooLsji^aoitjftb]o offara for the plant and business, whibTare now to be submitted to aootlon. Whilst sto'-ira'nq to her borti, the Zealandia ran into tho ond of the wh\rf for a distance o! 12 feot. The vessel reoalved no damage, Napier, D?oomber 3. An hjtolkeopar at West Ollvo, named Rqddick, wia fined £10 at the Napier Resident Magistraib'ti 0 >urt this morning, for allowing dice toj> be p!ayod on his liojnsed prem'ses. Wamqanui, December 3. A firm of land agents here report a rone ved demand for large blcoka of unimproved land, mainly from Investors m Melbourne. Nkw Plymouth, Deoember 3. The alleged porjary cases, In wbioh Jessie and Martin Petrle, Jamas Mo Linohlin, and Albert Edward Nelson are all charged with having committed perjiry In a olvll case heard m the Dlssrlot Oonrf on November 5.h, 6th, and 7th, can^e on for hearing thle morning mnd are ixpooted to last for a week. The charge against Jessie Petrle is now going 00. Wblmngton, December 3. Final judgment m the Oroti case «ras delivered m the Admiralty Court by the Chief Justice. His Honor ordered chat of the moneys paid Into Court by the late owners of the vessel £516 should be paid to Oapt Robertson for wagos and disbursements while aoilng as master, and £363 to Mr Jelilooe for costs, eto. This afternoon v man named Tuomas Tomperley was arrested upon a charge of threatening to commit aulolde Temporloy, It appears, went Into a chemist's shop m this city and enquired for poison, which he announced hla intention of taking, to rid himself of the cares of the world; Blenheim, Deoember 3. A lad named WebJlnga (13), while ont with two companions yustorday, reolved a gunshot wound likaly to prove fatal. One of the party j iklngly presented a gun, believing it to be unloaded, and the Bhot entered the groin and passed through his hody, doing sad damage. Tho patient Is In a critics! state, Paimbrston North, Deoember 3. Tho oosh> oic from the offioe of the Club Hotel, containing £15 In silver, was stolen »t three o'olrok on Saturday afternoon daring the absence of tho Inudlord, No olue to tho oulprlt has been disooversd. Cheistouueoh, December 3. Some oases of wanton deatrnotlon of oattlo have ooourred m the vioinlty of Papanni, between 3 and i. miles from Ohrlstoburoh, during tho past few weeks. A ball belonging to a furmer named MoConneli and another belonging to one ' Higga havo be^n shot doad and mutll«ted. The oatragea are believed to be the work ' : i ■ t

of one man. Meaara Mataon and Oo aold the oaroasea of sheep aaved from the fire at Belfaat this afternoon. Fnlly 4000 were really prime mattou, only a few being discolored by amofce. The ealo waa dull. 2000 were aold from 4a to 5i for oaroaae, averaging 7610b, 600 going to Tlmarn, Oamaru, and Danadln, the remainder to Ohriatoharoh bayert. All the damaged oaroates will bo bailed down hero. A woman named Fanny Alioa Parkea entored Barrett'a hotel thia afternoon and oallod for brandy, after whioh ahe turned giddy and died In a few minutes. Dr Roblnaon wua pasting and attended, but oonld render no aialatanoe. The oauae ia supposed to be heart disease. Dunedin, Deoember 3, Tha animal matriculation examluatlpna oommenood to-day, when the nnmbiro? oandldates praaent was 121, of whom 3$ hro girls ; 17 arb for junior Boholarahlpa, 20 for the preliminary medical examination, and 14 for matriculation purely The Rot Dr Stuirt, of Kuox Ohurch; who arrived f om a visit to the Home Oonntry at the Bluff to-day, was met at Moagiel on his way overland, by officebearers of the Oharoh, and heartily weloomed. | A bazaar, held to raise f-jnda for a Doralnloan Convent Sohool, extending oyor foqc Dl^t^ c«lUea *s^ (

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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