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Dunedin Exhibition. Auckland, March 10. Herr Ttitechka has offered to provide a hand of m.<i-i»DB for the Dunedin Exhibition inclu"*» D & » omo members of the Austrian Band _ T Th*} h * Mel ~ boorne Exhibition m 2&°, but has received a reply that f ands are insufficient. Tutschka now offers his own eerr. ,oeß aB musical cooduotor.. A Scoundrel. A man unknown advertised last week for a lady help for the country. He Inveigled a girl to a lonely spot near Biverhead on Saturday night and attempted a criminal assault. He kept her cli night m an old bnt, but next morning allowed her to go. The police have been searching for the man since but no trace has been found. Alleged Forgery. Nxw Plx mouth March 15. Duncan McGegor of Whakawara, near Patea, who had laid charges against Judge Bawaou was brought up at the Police Oourt this morning charged on a warrant issued at Wanganui on tbe information of Mr Turner, manager of the Bank of Australasia, with the forgery of a promissory note for £20 He was remanded lfll to morrow, Enterprising' Advertisers. Wellington, Maroh 15. A Victorian advertising firm have offered Government four, five, and s*x thousand pounds, for the right (of advertising on ! tbe back of postage stamps for three auoeesalve years. A simHsr offer has been made to other Colonial Governments. Diptherla Gbstmouth, March 15. Several bad eases of diptherla exist In town. One ie almoat the worst kind ever teen here. The Borough Oonnoil last night resolved Itself Into a Board of Health, and pasaed a reaolutlon calling npon the Native Trust to dear out their portion of the tidal oreek drain and the Fobllo Works Department their portion. __a Oonncll bas already apent a laree sod of money on the Improvement of the tidal creek under tbe Impresalon that the Native Trust would contribute, but the Trnst declined to contribute anything ln eases of slekneis within the Influence of thla drain. Coal.

The survey of the railway between Port Elizabeth and Oobden, on behalf of the Ooal Oreek Syndicate, Is prooeedlng briskly, while several men are employed opening tunnels where work Is to be oom* menoed at the Company's ooal seams.

Alleged Embezzlement. TniABU, Maroh 15.

At the E.H. o>nrt to-day P. Blrrell, accountant and olerk to the Deputy Assignee, was oharged with embezzling £62 the property of the Deputy Assignee. A remand for seven days was granted and ball allowed. It was stated that the Andlt Inspeotor had not finished his Investigation, but so far defalcations of ■boat £500 bad been dtsaovered.

Stamp Act* A prosecntlnn commenced to-day Spinet the Sou.h Canterbury Refrlgerang Company for breaoh of the Stamp Aat fn connection with a policy of marine inaa&noe, the premium on whlob waa £68. The case was adjourned till the 96tb. Crops m the Taleri. DoNßnnr, Maroh 15. Tbe moat important of the Otago agrleoltaral statistics published are those for the Taleri oonnty where there Ib a decrease In the area under wheat. Thfl estimated yield is set down at 35} buahels per core, bnt even with this tha total yield Is estimated to ba below laat years by 26.771 bushels. There la an lnorease In the area noder oats, and tbe yield Is estimated at 332,383 bushels, or 69,148 bushels more than last y»ar.

Bl'* Rough on Cataxxh " corrects offensive odors at once. Complete cure of worst chronic «asts J also unequaled as gargle for diphtheria, toff threat, foul brc«tlj 4

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2088, 15 March 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2088, 15 March 1889

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