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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS

PER PRESS ASSOCIATION. Ojmaru,' Jknuory 6 John Dewhurst, who has lately been actii gas pnvate tutor at Omoramo, tell out of an upstairs wi dow at the Criterion Hotol ear, y this mDrni3g,aud diedshrtly afterwards. A i¬Ľku n mod Alexander Beattie was found drowned m tho Aw.-nv-ko Creek yesterday afternoon. No pa>t : calars ts to the occurronce aro yet to rand. DetecU' o OB ien on Suturday ma^o n seizure of nbuut hnlf-a-fon of tobacco on whioh duty had not been paid. The tobacco waa consigned by r.;ii to a tobacconist here, and i<art of it had been rejiiovrd from the lail.vay stiitiun when tho Boizuro whs mado. The police, howoyor, havo all ibe tohacco m their p issession now. The tobacco must hwo been euluggled ashore at Port Chalmers or somewhere near that place. Dunedin. January 6 At an, inquest at Mosgiel on a child drowned, it was stated that Peters, who though not du^y qua inc.*, gave medicl advice, was asked to attend when the thild was taken out of the water but declined. In reply to a question by a ]aror, the Coroner said thero was nothing criminal m a medical man refus ng to attend a case, it was only a moral doty. He was not bound to sell H^ advice or kuowledge any more than a lawye-.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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