♦ (PBE PEBSS ASSOOIATIOir.) H.M.S* Raven. Auckland, April 6 The warsblp Raven sailed for Sydney to-day. <0 Educational. The three Inspectors of the Auckland Educational district htve reported that owing to tbe largeness of the number of -tohooli they cannot do the work of examination unaided. Another Maori Meeting Makton, April 6, A large Maori meeting is to be held at Orepokl pah on the 15th to disonss land business. Tawhlao will be present. Fire. Gbbymouth, April 6. Early this morning Thomas Hungerford'* tttble at Oobden was burn"; down. The fire broke out In a loft, thus enabling two racehorses, Captain Cook and Hermitage to be got out of the stable. Fatal Accident. Mrs McGoe, wife of it mtner at Brunoerton, was oaught by a truck coming down an iodine from Ooalpltbeath this morning. She had a leg and arm eat off •not died Immediately. She leaves ft family of about a dozan ohlldren. The Bine Spur Mine. Dunedin, April 6. Bine Spar matters are evidently reaching • crisis, Tbe Ottgo Company have resumed possession of their olalm. Reported Silver Find INTBKOAEQII.L, April 6. It is reported that an Important discover/ of stiver has been made at Patergon's Inlet, Stewart's Island, and already ten ilxty-acre leases have been applied for.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2102, 6 April 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2102, 6 April 1889
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