(PBB FRISS ASSOCIATION.) Fire. W&I2&VA, Match 16. About 1 tun. the Railway Hotel «t Kaikora North wm destroyed by fire, also the stables adjoining. F T. Llmbrlok, the proprietor, It » gteit losar.
A Ferocious ■' Drank."
A drnnk arrested yesterday, gnawed the whiskers off one side of Sergeant MoGardeU's face. The Sergeant bad afterwards to send his wife away from the house on atoount of its olote proximity to ihe cells where » prisoner named EUohard Poole nsed most shocking language.
Suicide through Drink.
Woodvillb, maron xo. Tbe body of • man named J«s. Clark has been found m a small stream near here. Tbe deceased bad stripped »nd Uli his olohtes on the main road and thrown himself Into the stream In two feet of water. He was evidently suffering from the effects of a drinking bout. A verdlot of " Found drowned was returned.
Fire. Paxmebbbton ISobth, Maroh 16.
A. «ix roomed hocse occupied by GTShannessy and a four roomed boose oo enpied by Slmtnonds, were bnrned down at 3 this morn In j?. Insurances, £160 m the South British and £160 m the New Zealand offices. £
WKLLiaoTow, M«ron;iß. A joint deputation of tbe OUy Oounoil •nd Chamber of Oommeroa watted on the Premier tbii morning, fie expressed himself favorable to tbe extension of tbe railway to. tbe Te Aro end of tbe town, bat s»ld tbe sanction of Parliament must be obtained, He was agreeable to reserve thoTlnakorl toad Ministerial residence and groond for a University College and to hand over the Domain to the control of the Oily Oounoil. v
Ohbimohuboh, March 16. Tht building burned at Belfast last ntglt twloottW to ihe Provision and Prodooe Company. It was insured m tbe Standard lor £160. Tbe men escaped and sivod most of their belongings.
Damage to » Sea Wall.
Duhbdin, Mvrob 10. A ootrtWerablo portion of tbe newly constructed aea wall at St. Giatr was knocktd down last night.
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The Tiler I fat mere b*ve declared m favor of extra payment for bags, net oash.
iNTSBOABoniif Maroh 16. The shipment of »almon ova by the Arawa, has been despatched and turned «at to splendid condition, yielding 38,443 found egg*. An aomul oount of live and •dead ova, ibows the proportion of the former to be 87 per cent The highest on any previous occasion was seventythree par cent. A large shipment will be made by the Aorangl on tbe 26th Inst,
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2089, 16 March 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2089, 16 March 1889
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