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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(MSB PBKSS ASSOCIATION.)

Auckland, February 2 The Premier arrived yesterday and pre« lldes to-night t,t a pnblio meetlog In connection with the N.Z Alliance. On Wednesday night he addresses the electors on the Property Pax and Its substitute, a L»nd Tax and Income Tax. He returns South at the end of the week,

A shop In Garrett's buildings, Kwangahape road, occupied by Bradbury, draper, ni sotted by fire on Sunday night. The •took wm insared for £600, and the furniture for £120, both In the Bonth British. The Irai is estimated at £200 - over the insurance. Gsrrett has the tlook insured for £6000 la the Union. The ■took In Gairett's boot shop, adjoining Bradburj'i, was slightly damaged. It is Insured for £1000 In the Union.

* The Waltekaurl gold mine and battery have b«an sold by Mr J. H. Witberoul to an Australian Company,

Tke heavy rain whlo* fell on Saturday prevented Baldwin'! assent, which 1b postponed till 6 this evening* Wellington, Febraary 4, Tfae 8.8. Tekapo took away aboat 2350 tansprodace to Sydney on Satardaj. -- . . . Dumonr, February 4.

Robert Finnic, aged eight, while bathing In ft lagoon tn the Talerl, neat Grey town, 10-oomptny with fonr younger lads, was drowned.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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