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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS.

[P.b Priss Association,]

Auckland, December 23. A Native named Aporo Apiata, displeased at the eleotlon of a tribal representative oommittee at Rotorua, is attempting to bar the progress of tourists In that distriot,

Grbymouth, December 29. There is no rala ia the high ranges, but an astonishing accumulation of snow. 5 So much has not been seen for very many years Major Keddell had rather a narrow escape while crossing the Blaokwater on Friday, owing to a bar breaking and v the creek rising rapidly at the time. Fortunately he had a piece of rope and a spare bar with him m the buggy, and juat managed to get out m time; his daughter was with him.

Dunedin. December 23. The weather, after clearing up and turn« ing to real summer, ia again threatening. A little rain has fallen. Saturday was the firet real hot day this eeason, and it made a Wonderful change m the crops aud fruit

Inveroargill, Deoember 23.

Mrs Oameion'a Railway Hotel at Dipton Station, together with a bakehouse and private residence, was burned down yesterday afternoon. Some of the effeots Were saved. Insurances, on stock and furniture £300 m the Norwich Union, building £400 io the New Zealand Office.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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