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-» (ram fbbss Assoounoir.) Avoxxajtd, January f. Ik la reported In Cambridge that the large taftara bosh at Waouta, nearly 2000 Asvss In extent, le on fire. - "Tae ship Waltangt, whloh ban arrived from London, has brought a 15-ton gun Cor the defences at the North Head ; also #3 oases of dynamite detonators and 638 qotrter oesks of powder, Gisborhe, January 7. "Tills week four Native Land Courts ret m OUborne dlatrlot . At Olsborne Beeorder Booth presides, and 1097 •eats are gtzetted. At Tologa My Judge Barton hears 1233 claim*. At Watomatlfttal Judge Beannel has 474 cssei before fihrt, and at Walroa 706 oUlms come before ..Judge Wilson. A total of 4500 «aass Is to be beard. WxLinraxozr, January 7. '■' The action, Son W. J. M. Lamaoh v •• Yaw Zealand Herald " for alleged libel, la fixed for the 21st lost, before a speolal A retain eompfled by order of the Minister of Bdueatton shows that daring the • last tenyssrs £37.9sß has be*n expended Jay the Education Boards on plans, supervision and architects' fees for sohool timings, Tbe highest smonnt wss £006 v 1879, the lowrst £2487 m 1884. The expendltuie In 1887 wss £2580.

' _ 00BIBTCHUBCH, January 7 Wniitm Bajtsom. senior, an old resident of Baagitra, died suddenly last night from •ffoston of blood on the brain, fie was 68 fWWB old and had been m Canterbury 81 jean. IzmcacAsaiLL, January 7, A private letter from a digger, who has btfn many jeara on tbe Nevis goldfield, Indicates that there Is money to be made thtre, and be Instances the case of a rabblter*. who. while] searching .for pelts, oottoed aarlferoni Indication* about a borrow. He set In, and In a few weeks deposited 271 b weight of gold In the Bank, fh* writer aayi thai there >■ gronnd available oa the field for hundreds, probably thousands, of men with fair proaftets of makiog * living. The country Is Vffj'hlgb, and can only be worked m ■VBUttOT, bat water It always plentifnl.

Tkk best Kbmedy for Indiorstion. — Norton's Camomile Pills are^ confidently recommended as a simple remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we awe subject. Norton's Pills, with justice called the "nature's strengthener of the human stomach," act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are mild m their operation, and safe under auy circumstances Sold m bottles at is ijd, as 0.4, 4C, by fal) medicine vendor* throughout the

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889