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- Auckland, March 28. Jtmos Turner 23 years of age lost an eye throjgh an sooident at Topounl sawmills. All the volunteer corps are ordered out to take part m a pabllo recaption to Sergt. Parslow this afternoonThe Weelej-an mission station at Raglan was completely destroyed by fire last night. Nelson Election. JSklson, March 28. Mosßrs J. Sharp and J. G. Harkne&B were nominated to day as candidates for the Nelson seat. Tho show of bands was m favor of Harkness. The poll taken .plaoe on Wednesday. Dunedin, March 28. In the cricket match, Ashley County v Plceilx. the former m their first innings scored 59, Good contributing 27. Phoealx lost four wiokets for 14, At the City Court to-day Henry White was fined £5 and coats for betting totallsator odds at Forbury last week. Invbroargill, Match 28. Tbe District Court opened this morning before Judge Ward. Tbe Crown Proseootor, Mr T M, McDonald, on behalf of the I:.vero*rglll Bar, welcomed his Honor back to Inveroargill, and expressed the h r p3 that ho would long oontlnue to prenlde over tho Court with the same impartiality, dignity and distinction as In the past. Judge Wa-d sincerely thanked the Bar for their cordial welcome, and said it hai been a source of great satisfaction to him that In all the Courts over which he had presided the best relations exaled between the benoh and bar. Ah Sec ohtr^iid with maliolously woundlt g Wong Dim, at Rouadblll, by sUbblog him m tho breast was acquitted Two mining appeals In which there are a large rumber at witnesses will bo beard od Friday and Saturday and bankruptcy busluess will be taken on Monday
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
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