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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBR PRBS3 ABfjOQIATIOIf.} $ • ■ ■ ■ —^ mmm^ ' ' i» lgs ParfiQU F(re. -, r ' AUCKLAND, January 31. The Insnranoe on Mrs Kell'i residence "T At Parnell Is £1350 la the New Zealand, Bl of which £350 is reinsured. The police ™ are Investigating the cause of the fire, bat a kave found no traoe of the Ineendlary. ti But&Fire. tl A bash fire has beea raging about a n week In the ranges it Watrongomai, T« C1 Aroba. Two settlers' hooiei have beea a burned down. , The fire ti noir abating. Judge Rawson. f N»w Pltmouth, January 81. 1E Mr Samuel hai received a letter from " the Mlnlatea for Jaatloe retpeotlng Mr I BftyleyV oommualoatloa re Jadge Raw- ( ioo, |t states onleii absolate proof a beyond 'fti»ei{lQn b^ glyon Goverom«Qt „ 4°B»' Pfi fc R'op o " *• *«« %n> further : ■tepi \a the aiatter. Mr Samuel, bow- 7 eyer, atatei that he will not let the * matter rest where It Is, and will bring E the oondoot of those J.P-Vf who have t aqtfld In s,n unmanly manner towards { Jadge B*wson before the notloa of t Government. : The. Weather, t Wmjjnoton, January 31A welcome ratarsthe f]rit for the c month-»set In last night, and Is ttlll ] falling flteadlly, i Missionary Breakfast* ) Dtjnedik, January 31. < At Trinity Oburob Sunday Sohool thl* ■ mornlDg. a ml?Blgnarv-Hi»»» u * • m oonn.i«- ~-. . - — t»st was held , ..•uawith the annual sejslon of ] the Wesleyan Conference. '•■ Tables were provided and effioiently presided ever by ladles of the Ohnroh. Addresses were delivered by Revs. W. Watkln of : Wangaoul (President of the Conference), Williams, Lee, Bavin and Banmber, and : Mr Daween of Ohriitohuroh. "Rough on Piles."— Why suffer Piles? immediate relief and' Complete cure guaranteed. Ask for " RougbXon Piles." Sure cure fdr itching, protruding, blwdipg, pr an/ form %

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2051, 31 January 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2051, 31 January 1889

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