(PBa rasas association.) A Belle. New Plymouth, Deoember 15. A fisherman ploked op at the month of Waltara river a small handle of papers, consisting of account book and reoelpts belonging to the lato Gapt. Bailey of the Oolonist, a aohooner wreoked at Welling* ton heads. It 1b Bald that the bundle wu washed there by a current from the wreok but ■ome thtok It must have been thrown Into the river with other rubblah m cleaning out byjthe agent of the Colonist, at Waltita, who has gone to Auoktand. The finding of the parcel h»a oaused lome , little sensation. I The Boutberland Falls. Dtjvmdox, Decamber 15. The Premier told a deputation that Government would immediately pnt m hand tha formation of the road from Te Anan to the doutherland falla, Govern* ment are very anxious to open this route as Boon as possible, and will consider the matter immediately the Cabinet haa re* assembled. Civic Honors at a Discount Inveboabgill, Deoember 16. Maniolpal matters m Rlverton are at a deadlock, owing to the refusal of anyone to accept the mayoralty. Three attempts have been made. The Maori Footballers Lse, one of the Maori footballers, writes that the team has Improved wonder* fully. An Important Paint The Supreme Uourt haa closed. The only important olvll oase was the New Zealand Land and Loan Company v. T. 0. Bills, who had purchased sheep at a sale which plaintiffs claimed were Included In a mortgage held by them. The dofenoe was that the sheep were surplus stook and culls and the mortgagor had a right to sell, notwithstanding the mortgage. The Court's decision was reserved.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2014, 15 December 1888
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2014, 15 December 1888
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