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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

♦ (per pbbss association.)

0 Property Sale. 11 Auckland, Deoomber 4. ! r The Waiwora Hot ?prlnp:a Hotel and r Sanatorium have been sold to a Melbourne syndicate. The terms have not 0 transpired, 3 Fire. H The residence of Funcke, tunner. c Punmuro, was destroyed by fire, supposed to have been caueed by a detcotivo j chimney, Irjßuranooa aro not known k Q The lnaaranoo nn the Pnnmure Gre Ie a £200 m the New Zealand office. '• Labor, d The Hospital and Charitable Aid BSard 3 last night resolved to advoriise m the local papers to tho public requiring labor inviting applications from ouch to the relieving offioe for services of labordrd, female servants, young womeu, youth*, etc. Bupreme Court. Tho oriminul eeußioua of tbe Supreme Court open on Monday next. Fourteen canes are sot down, including utto.nptod murder by a woman, two of horse stealing, others of burglary, larceny and embezzlement. Post Sessional Address. j Bawkba, December 4 Mr Merchant addressed hia Stratford constituents laat night. Bo said though the Treasurer estimated to receive inoreftßod revenue this year to the araoun of £378,000, the first oiz months had only yielded an Increase of £322,000. He ( considered the financial position serious, He believed further retrenohmont potaible : and necessary, tie wonld give • geieral sopport to Ministers, but would not give them strict party allegiance. Dray Accident-, i Mr P. Maxwell, of Ok»iuir», met with < a dray aooldout and ia not expeoted to < live. the Vacant Judgeehip. Wullingtow, Deoember 4. < Ministers deny tbe statement that tho J Solicitor-General has boon appointed to < the vacant Judgcohtp, bat still refuse to j make the name known. { '

The Musical Festival, The receipts at the Mnakoal Festival were about £50 mo-o than the expenaea. The local mombjra of the Society propnae to get up the oratorio of " The Messiah " at Ohriatmae. Postponed. It is raining heavily, and tho oomplimentary raoe meeting to Mr Donne, Secretary of the Island Bay Racing Glub, has bedri postponed until Batocday. Licensing. Dujnedjn, December 4, Tho Olty Lioenaiug Oomraitte pereraptorlly rßfnood to hour oV j ctlons to tho reuowal of r» Hoonßo to Mrs Nioholion though the Good Templars oppor-rud by ooanael to support the objootlona and oall iittOntiQD to the deoloion of fcho Oourt of Appoal. L Tho Weather, Ihe weather hag oloarej, and is now fine. Committed For Trial. Harry Oonn, hau beeu cam milted for trial for horao Btoalini^ nt Prtlmeratou.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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