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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(MB FBSBS ASSOCIATION.) Arrived. Avcklaxd, February 19. ArrWei I—H.M.S.1 — H.M.S. Royatiit from Ssmoa and Tonga. Grocers Association. VrnLHTOTOir, Febra»ry 19. "At* meeting of the looal grooers U>t night it was decided to form a Grooers Annotation and raise the prloe of sugar halfpenny per Ib. University College. A meeting of the Graduates Association resolved that a Committee be appointed to take inch ateps »> are neoessary for bringing before the Legislature the need for the establishment of a University Oollege at Wellington. Arrivals* Attired— Ship Eumrpn from London, 3rd November, and Barqae Simon from Hew York, lat November. Both bad an* •Wtttfal passages. Wellington Meat Company. The fifth annual report of ibe Wellington Meat Company showa a profit on the jeer's trapitetlona, enabling the wiping off of llabflltlei. The report recommends that £3 30* per ihare be written off Bnah Fires. lExtenaire bath fires are raging near Sketabnna. Two settlers at Halawell naeaed Crelghton and Jannette were barnt «at and lost ererytblog. They were Insured to tome extent. Eon O. Iff. WaterAonie. He Waterboate leaves on a trip to England Immediately oa ooooant of bis health, Ihe Property Tax. The Property Tax returns will not be •omplete for a week, bat the Commissioner reports that the money has oome In better than erev before. Died of Exhaustion. Chrxbtchuhoh. February 10 A man named William Ryan, aged 63, VM found, much emaciated, yesterday morning In a ahed belonging to Mr J 'KUbarn near Sannyalde. He stated that he left town on Thursday, and was going to woik at Bakats. Near Kilbnrn's he beeama exhausted »nd went into the «b«4 till yesterday. Be was remoTed to the hospital and died at one o'clock toThrown and Silled. Dxtukdix, February 19. A msfr named William Smith has been killed at Little Kfpbqru jthroagb being thrown from his horse.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2067, 19 February 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2067, 19 February 1889

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