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Found Dead

Ovuxviv, March 2. William Oarrlok, a wollknown minor, was found dead m hia hut at the Arrow river. He had been Buffering from heart disease for some time. Hospital Sunday. It U proposed to establish a Hospital BuucUy In Danedin. : An Arrest Invcboabgili, March 2. Joseph Harry Dentley alias Brown who was arrested at the Bluff yesterday on a charge of laroeny as a bailee at Wellington was brought before the Resident Magistrate yesterday afternoon . The polloe explained thai tbe spoused was arrested on a telegram, that tho warrant was oomlng by post, The Magistrate said he had no power to deal with the aooused unless the warrant was prodqqed and accordingly dieohirged him. Bently was Immediately re- arrested by the polloe and brought before Mr Stock, a Justice, tbls morning, who again discharged him on similar ground . The prisoner wai once mors re-arrested, and will be detained until the warrant oomes to hand. Threatened Litigation* There Is talk bete of a plentiful crop of actions at law re the overlapping of leases on the Stetrait Inland tin fields. Great difficulty Ii also likely to aoorue over the water rights, some fesseei monopolising streams while others havo po prater. The subdivision of shares, whioh is going on to a great extent, Is also likely to to render difficult the adjustment of Individual interests. B" BucHA-PAi»A. f> gQuick, complete cures annoyihg 'kidney, 'bladder, and urinnary diseases. At chemists and druggists. Kempthorne.j Prosstr, and Co,; agents, Christ-

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Found Dead, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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Found Dead Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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