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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PSE PBBSS ABSOCTATIOW.)

Fire. avoklavp. April 9. The Point Cattla hotel at Katpara, hai been destroyed by fire. Sugar. Tbe local Company has Inoreas9d the piioei of sugar lOi per ton, Ac Ident. Holdham, an offioer of H.M.B Orlando, bad a leg broken by a collision with a cart when oat riding. Stabbing Ca c. A woman named Mary Ann Wilson reported to 'the police that ehe was stabbed while asleep In the suburbs. It la doubtful if she will reogver. Sha was apcompaiiled by a man named P«get who has bten living with her, bnt he deotarei lie knows nothing of the oconrrenoa. Stopyioc a Train. © Cfoldsburg was fined £10 and oostfl at Onehanga for the practice of holding op a light at night to stop a train. Btackflre. Wood of Etit Tamakl, lost six stacks o< oati rained at £200 by fire. Mia ing Wamoakui, April 8. Mri Doran wife of an engineer lately on the Heads Railway, has been missing alnea last "Monday night. Her hat has % been found In the river and ahe is sup- * posed to have been drowned. At the time she was seen she was sofferlog greatly from nenralgla and Intimated her Intention of walking to town to haTe a tooth out. Mr Fiber's Resignation. Wellington, April 8. The Hon Q. Vfaher, Minister for Edaoatlon and Ooatoms, placed hia resignation In the hands of the Premier at half-past sine last night. Home for the Aged Needy. At the cricket matob on Saturday between players over fifty yean of age, £33 was collected at the gates In aid of a home for the aged needy. __ Railway Extension. The official opening of the railway extension from Mangamahoe to Eketahuna takes place to-day. Lord OhslowIn ooneequence of the painting of Government House now m progress, Lord Onslow will defer his arrival m Wellington till after April 28fch, passing the Intervening time m Auckland. The children and servants will arrive on that date instead of the 16th. <■ Sentence on a Bankrupt. Oi&Ußu, April 8 Judge Ward to day rentenced Mr Wieliam Christie, a bankrupt, to four months' imprisonment with hard labor, under the 17th section of the Act, tot diverting the funds belonging to a certain security into an improper channel, thereby defrauding the Colonial Investment Co It is expected that notice of appeal will be given.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2103, 8 April 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2103, 8 April 1889

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