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[Pbb Press Auokiand, Maroh 18. St, Patrick's Day was observed to-day by tho annual fete of the Oathollo sohool ohildren held io the Domain, the members of the local branch of th& Hibernian Society aim holding their yearly demonstration there About 5000 people were preaent In the Domain daring the day. At a meeting of Volunteer officers hold to-d»y Ifc was deolded to bold the proposed Easter encampment at Pukelrohe. Arohblshop Redwood Is expeoted from Sydney by the Tekapo, Wanganui, Maroh 18. A young man named William Brooghton Patterson' aoet with a severe accident m the Maugaknretu. block on Sqndsy. EJe was riding a horse which threw him, and ,m falling a stake went into his body. A doctor attended him, and he llea m a very precarious condition, and aannotbe moved to his home In Wanganui, v A pnbllo meeting Is called for next Monday, under the auspices of the local Land, League, to express sympathy with Mr Parnell and party, and to start a defence fund The Hon John Ballanoe and At George Hatch-sou, M.H.R.V, will be Mie principal speakers. The chair will be taken by the Mayor.
Wjbhikgton, Miroh 18. Jjovip and Co. and Edward Pearoe, two of the largest mercantile firms In Wellington have amalgamated their businesses.
Dunbdin, March 18. A cable moßsage has been received by a geut'eman m Danediu interested lv the tin discoveries at Stewart Island from Profesaor BUok, who la io Tasmania, advlslnfJT him to bold firm to both lode and stream properties, The profetio; loaveo for hip retqm qq the
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2091, 19 March 1889
INFER PROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2091, 19 March 1889
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