, - r-* (PBB PRBBS ASSOCIATION.; Fatal Result. AucrgLANp, January 4 Alo?, MoOql lough died last night from Injuries sustained on New Year's night from the kicking of a horse. Another Fatality. - A child aged two years, son of W. Walters, Pap»kura, was k eked \by a horse on the temple on Sunday last and died yesterday, The New Exhibition, Me Twopenny addressed, tne Qhambpr of Commerce qu the .Jubilee Ejchlbttloo on l\Jonday, s "«,. .. s Excellency; The Governor baa deHaltely resolved to leave for Wellington on Tuesday next. ■ ; ; ... Tire?; A slx-roomod house on Jervols ro«d, ow-ei byGlbbsand oooupled by Fredk, Jo-.ps, was destroyed by Bre at l.flQ this morning. Tho furnit^ro was Insured for £185 In the Equitable, The house !n« suranoo is nut known. Two houses ad. joining, which were considerably damaged, are insured for £250 In tho Smth ! British and £300 In tbe Pi cenlx. The resfdenca of Mra MoOaun Oiro- ' bridge, was burned down yesterday aftep. ! noon. The heuse |nd fqrnltqre *era Innuced for £20Q In the Norwiph Union. «*. ». , *jw Murder Case, Mlohsel MoDarmott, who Is oharged with murder, Is progresilog favorably at the hospital. An operation on one of bis eyes Is necessary, bat hu not yet been performed, . . * 5 M.S. Oallioje. Arrived— H, M.S. Calliope from Sydnt y, Bulcide, A man named Ltnoelot Newton, last night, attempted sololde at To Aroha by leapipg 25 feet from tbe bridge Into the river. He stuck In the water and mad which ws« four feet dtep and nas rescued m a few minutes He had boon drinking and was not Injured, Supposed Suicide. WJC-I.T.NGTOK, January 4. A hawker, named Jarn<?« Thomas Hollyman, was found dead at seven this moenlng near the PetoDe railway station, with a ballet wound In bis head and a revolver olutohed m his hand. Deceased ltft town by the ten o'olook train last night and was not again seen alive. He wvs aged 33, and Is believed to have come from Auokland. Nothing Is known what led to the aot. Tbe ballet ottered at the mpath and patoe oqt at the top of the head. ■ Secondary Schools Conference. Ohristohtjroh, January 4. The Secondary Schools Confefenee have resolved that it iedpsirabje that Eduoation Board soholarships be awarded on the result of one examination throughout the colony, and that holders of eoholarßhips should be required to attend secondary schools A motion asking 1 Government to appoint, a Royal Commission on Eduoation wai negatived. Mr Harkneps, Oamaru, wus elected President of the Conference. It was decided to meet two years hence m Wellington, but if urgent business arises to meet m JQuoediu next year. The Oriinlnal Sitting Among (ha criminal casos «et down for Monday next are those of Murray, for burglary (five charges), one of forgery, one of forgery and uttering by two women, one of stabbinff, one of horse stealing, ooe of larceny as a bailee, and one of malicious injury to property. The Weather. Uunedin, January 4. The weather continues unpreoedentedly hot. Good Return On tho Ist and 2id the tramways sailed 30.000, the greatest number aver Dlkrrled m two oncoesslve days.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889
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