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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PER PBBSS ASSOCIATION.) Export of Kauri. Auckland, D. comber 5 The barquo WaltomnU left Kalpara today for Syduey with 323,000 U*t of saw .i kauri timber. Belief of Unemployed. Ibe Uuder-fceoretary lor Publlo Works has written to the Waitemata County Council, by direction of the Minister for Publlo Works, to ascertain the acourrcy of the statement made m a petition as to the unemployed being dismissed from relief wotks by the Oounoll, while settlers were kept on who had land, oattle, eto The Minister intimates that the grants were mad* for the rollef of bona fide un- , employed, and he desires to have an explanation and remarks on the petition as soon as convenient. The reply of the Oonnoil was that In the oaiea of the settlers referred to, unless relief work had been given they would have abandoned their seotlons. A Celebrated Chief. « New Plymouth, December 6. The celebrated chief Poukapa is dangerously ill, ard death is hourly expeoted. The New Plymouth Perjury Case. The alleged porjury caae io whioh MoLauchlan and the Petrios are oor,oerncd la still going on. The oaie la expected to last the wholo week. Experts as to Petrle'a signature whloh la deo'arod tojbe • forgery have been examined doring the morning. Supreme Court. NiLSOif, December 5. The orlminal sittings oommonood this [ morning before Judge Richmond. The , calender is unuaually long, there being one caae of larceny, two ot forgery, two i borae atrallng, three of Induoent aaaau't i and one bosstlallty, Ministerial MoTementa. Dunkdin, Deoember 5. The Premier, aooom^aoied by Messrt 1 MUchelson aud Fergus left town thli ■ morning for mid Otagb, via InvercargUl. k They nre accompanied Vy Meeara Allen, 1 Fish, Fi'ohett, Barron, T. Maoketz'e, and Messrs Blair and Usher of the Publli Worki Dfp*rlmnnt. 8 . Supreme Court. I Invjcroaboill, December 5 \ At the Supreme Court sittings theto art a to be iried two cases of attempted murder c one of manslaughter, three of areoD, threi r of larceny, a Suicide. 7 Thomas Menzion, nephew of the lato D Q Menziee, left Danalistor station rabbi '* nhooling. Two hours later he was foun n dead m a woolehed with his boots oil <m< 0 shot through the head, j_ Fuller information shows that MonzU ._ shot himself. Doceased was not rolato B( to Dr MeDziee. IB " Rough on Corns." — Ask for Well i, " Rough on Corns." Quick relief, complet I permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions 1 Chemists and druggists.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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