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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

-■ ♦ (PER PR EMS ASSOCIATION.) Ministers' Movements. Auckland. Fobru&rp 11. The Premier has left for the Thames Mr MitoholsoD hai gone to Walkato. H.MS. Raven. Arrived— H.M.B. Raven from Sooth. Body Found. The body of a man named WlllUm MoPherson was found drowaed m the harbor this morning. He was a natlvq of Nova Sootla and was lately employed In the coal minei at Kiwakawa He we a 42 years of age. He came to town last Prld»y. It Ib not known how he got Into the water. In his pookets wore a silver watoh and gold chain, two empty parses and a bank bork showing 9d credit Several pieces nf road metal were found i i his coat pooket and suggest enlo'de. A Hunt Club. Feilding, Fobruiry 11. A Herat Olnb has been formed heo; docs will be obtained from Blenheim. Fire. A fire yesterday destroyed an unocoopfod hoaie belonging to Mr Henry Holland. It was Intrarnd for £300 m the Northern. The agents will probably demand an enquiry. Sulolde Hapier. February 11. A man named Kennedy, a book s*les man at the Kali way Station, blew his brains oat to day. It U not known what was the oaaae for Bulolde. Boat Accident. Nbw PJiYtyoorH, February 11 A boat accident happened at Waltara yesterday. Four mon n>»med Goodwin, Amraarson, Rean^y and Telf ar, went out fishing, and m ooming into the river about 2 o'clock the boat was capsized by the surf- Goodwin uwam aeho c and Reaney was picked up swimming oehore Ammureon got entangled with the gear of the boat and was Bavod by a party who went to his assistance. Telfar was drowned and the body was picked up an hour after the accident Telfar was weli known. He was a blacksmith by trade. A Storm. An eleotrfo storm broke over the dlstrlot •boat 3 o'olook thli morning. The lightning and thunder were ooutinuous and the storm lasted over an hoar, terminating m a heavy downpour of rain. The lightning was vivid and for an hour the sky was kept illuminated by flashes whfob followed each other without intermission The Engineer-m-Ohief. WbMilnoton, February 11. Although the "Post" states very decidedly that Mr O'Connor hss been appointed Engineer In-Ohlof, members of tho Cabinet do not seem to know anything about It, and sta^e that no appointment has yet been decided on. The Kew Judge. Judge Pennlstou waa oworn m this morning. He loaves for the South thU afternoon. Failing to Prorlde. Ohbimohuroh, February 11. At the B.M. Court to-day, Robert Brown was sent to gaol for 3 months for neglecting to maintain his soven ohildren. He earned good wages, but he bitually spent thpm m drink Eqoitable Insurance Company. Donedjn, February' 11. Mr Maxwell has boon appointed manager of the Equitable Insuranoe Company at a salary of £1000.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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