NEW SOUTH WALES
SYDintT, December R The Australian squadron will rendezvous at Auckland duting.the Christmas holidays. ' . Reports from the farming centres ia the Albury district indicate that the harvest will be better than expected. *, I under the circumstances. , : The Government steam tug Ajax> at Kaiama to-day, was m"a sinking ; condition, having sprung a leak at sen.. The first and second officers and four of the crew deserted the vessel, taking -the only boat, and leaving the captain < and the remainder of the crew aboard. They landed safely at Kaiama. At the wedding of Miss Essie Jenyns, a well-known actress, to-day, at SU ■ Andrew's Cathedra), a most disgraceful scene occurred. The building . was> rushed by a crowd of sight-seeis* whoinvaded every part of the church, erer* to the pulpit, The disturbance was so ' J ' great that pews were smashed, gas. fittings torn dono x ' and extensivedamage done to the building m other directions. The bride fainted, and * number of women fainted through being; knocks «bousin, $| wq^v, ■ .......
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NEW SOUTH WALES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 6 December 1888
NEW SOUTH WALES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 6 December 1888
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