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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PK& FttESS ASSOCIATION.) Drowned. Auckland, April 9. Mra Elizabeth Barren, a victim to fits, waa drowued In a waterhole at Kennedy's Bay. Arrival of the lonic. Wklubgtok, April 9. Arrived at 10 thin morning lonio from London Unemployed at Timara. Thiaku, April 9. The Borough Council last night received * deputation of 19 " unemployed" and advised them to wait on the suburban Bosd Board to-day, and the two bodies might make a joint representation to the Government Municipal Expenditure. The Oonnoil ia revising tho . annaal estimates raised the Town Olerk'a salary to £350 from £300 on condition that he gives up the Secretaryship of the Hospital and Charitable Aid Board, for whloh he tmr gets £75. The uub-collector £lo3 is «tcoek off, and a cadet at £25 is to bs taken on. A motion to cat oat the Water Works Inspector was deferred, j A general rate of 4d is to *be straok. i (last year 6d) The total receipts are pat down at £3233. ! A Find. Fragments o! large bones, one reoognlsable as part of a tibia, were obtained m a blast at the tunnel of the North mole qaarry underneath a dolerlte stratum. Dunedta Exhibition* uuifSDiw, April 9. The Exhibition Commissioners by a majority of two confirmed Mr Towsey'a appointment v musical director. Supreme Court Invx&oabgiix, April 9.

At the Supreme Couit to-day bafore Mr Justice Williams, Charles Kldd was found not guilty of cattle stealing and was discharged. __________

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2103, 9 April 1889

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