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The McDonald v Bank Ca c.

ttISRORKB, April W, On the Court resuming this morning Mr Brassey, counsel for plaintiff, m the case McDonald v Bank of New Sooth Wale* claiming £60,000 damages, stated that a satisfactory arrangement had been made, and that he would consent to judgment being entered np for the defendant with costs. In the case Bank v MoDonald claim £30,715, Mr Brasaey consented to ft judgment for the Bank for the full ■mount with costs.

Serious Accident. Timaru, April 10. Mrs Oollls, wife of the harbormaster's coxiwala was found at 12.30 a.m. lylrg on the main road near the drill ihed very seriously Injured. A medical examination showedithat a severe eoalp wound, compound frtoture of both arms above the elbow and Internal Injuries had been sustained. She waa sensible and stated ■he had been knocked down by a fourwheeled trap and the wheels went over the npper part of her body. The doctors da not expect her recovery. The police are trying to find oat (he vehicle.

Charge against a Constable. The charge against Constable Kenney of being In a hotel brawl m the " small houri" whilst on dnty was dismissed, there not being a little of evidence against him.

A Fire. Dunedin, April 10. Mr John Ball's house at Kalkoral Valley VM burnt last night. The premises were insured In the Standard for £130.

BWpping. Port Ohaimbes, April 10. — Ougr, baiqae, O»pt Norman 92 days from London. Acquitted; Ikvbbcaegill, April 10. Frew ioeaied of rape w»i •cqaltted by ihneeondjary.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889

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