(P»B Pbbss Amooiahok.) OoVb ud Company ▼ Tram Company. WkuuXOTOK, January 22, In the Supreme Court tbe action Cobb and Company a*ai it Meeirs Grace and Greenfield, proprietors of the Wellington Tramway was concluded at midnight The Jury, after three hours deliberation, fonod a verdict for plaintiffs on the main u«ve, and awarded £100 damages. The question of the disposal of the earnings of defendants' Pa'aoe car eioce the Oonrt ordered aoooanta to be kepi of can is to Jbe argued later on. Drowsed. DujnurtH, January 25. Archibald Balrd, of Stirling, aged 12, «h drowned while bathing m a lagoon yesterday. Dasfldin Exhibition. It !s understood the Exhibition Com. stationers hare deoided to oharge a owning per foot for tpaca. wealeyan Conference. The bnstneu at the Wealeyan Confetenoa to-day was eonfioed to oonslderattonof the reports of committees on the discipline and the oaies of probationers lot ordination. Land Sale Twelve thousand acres of Menlove s Windsor estate hare been sold for £3 10s pet acre: Bates Bemitted. ImrxBOABGiLL, January 25, An application to remit rates on the Salvation Army barracks was granted by the Boroogh OonnolK An amendment by jfotmoUlo* Finn that rates be oharged was mUd ont of order. He said the barracks uras not a place of worship bnt a nuisance. 'The Major and others held that the Immdu was dearly a place of worship. Imreccargfll Wool Sales. The wool sales opened this morning. Tha «*talogae nambered over 8000 bales and there was a good attendance of bvfera. The bidding was spirited. Prloes (•nerally show a rise of |d to a Id over those of last year.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889
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