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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

♦ , (NB PRBBS ASSOCIATION ) Fatal Aocident-i-,ij 'Auckland, March 18. A lad named McGlynn, who rod" Flaherboy at the Kihiklbl tacea on Satur day, woa thrown and tbe hrrso tiod o& him emashtng hla akull. McGlynn ht? ■inoe died. Taranaki Iron Works. Nbw Plymouth, Maroh 18 No stoppage has occurred since the fornaca was started at Eenui and aV out twenty-five tons of iron have been run. The color ia also improving. It is expected to ran aboot seventy toss before the fnrnace ii b!own ont. It ia generally acknowledged to be a perfeot soccese. Naw South Wales Grain Statistics. Wwjjnotok, Maroh 18. Mr McOogblan Government Btatiat for New Bouth Wales hai famished the Press Association ulth an advsnoe sheet of the tables attached to hla report upon whloh the deficit m wheat la calculated. They ahow that that colony has never produced more than 6,868,844 bushels while this year's yield is only estimated at 1,673,000. The noem ooneumplon of ten years is 6 7 bnshela per head shewing that 7,424,000 bushels will be watted for 1889-90, To the difference between the two amonnta must be added 662,000 bushels for aeed, which gives an estimated deficiency of 6,413.000 bushels

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2090, 18 March 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2090, 18 March 1889

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