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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(Per Prbss Absooiatwi?.") A 8«rlons Quarrel. Auckland, February 16. Hyde who was wounded during a quarrel at Te Aroha is In the Hamilton Hoepltal In a orltloal state. His deposition has been taken. He admits trying to klok Wood and the latter struck behind him with a stick whleh entered Hyde's fsoe between tbe eye and nose. The wound reaches the bass of the briln. .Naval and Military Institute A meeting or Volunteer and Imperial offioera held last night, Colonel feheppard presiding, resolved to form a Naval and Military Institute m Auckland. tfative Obstruction. Mr Mitohelson bas returned to town. He states that the Native obstruction at Ealpsra Is at an end* The nev? Railway Conunissione?. Mr if. D. Maxwjll, Js receiving deputati«n at the Railway c^oe to-day, Peath. Walmsly, maciitger of the New Zealand Stad Company, died m a private hospital at Adelaide yesterday. He left some months Ago with a shipment of horses for India, During bis stay there he wai prostrated with malarial fever. Stanford Insurance Company. I)unbpin, February 16. The Standard Jasarsnce Oompsny's balance sheet just Issued shows an income for < be year ot £85,938, The expenditure, was £75,2g0. A dividend Is recommended of. 7} per oent, absorbing £3812, and carrylpg forward d8403i ' Inqu«Bt)t At the Inquest oa.**beth aa4 »*"' «* bodies of EHzah\v***' '♦•!»• Storer, a vordiot of ; • ..*,^ntally drq wwd. " was retßWQd, '

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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