[Pbr Peess Association.]
Wanganui, April 9 The body of Mrs Dorm, who has been missing, was found this morning m a waterholo m the river, clo3t> to where she' was seen last. At the inquest held today, there was no evidence to show how the deceased oame by her death, and a verdict was returned of "Found drowned."
Oamaru, April 9.^ An inquest was held to day into the circumstances of a fire whioh occurred at the Kenton (?) Hotel, situated about ten miles from Oamaru. The plaoe was insured. On the nfght of the 2nd mat. gorse, &o. t was placed againßt the building and set fire to* The fire was extinguished by the servant girl, who was awakened by the craokliog noise. The jury found that there was nothing to show how the fire originated, but there were suspicious circumstances.
Dtobdin, April 9. The sixth anniversary of the Salvation Army commencing operations m New Zealand was celebrated by a monster tea to-night, at which about 800 were present A procession matched through the town, and at the meeting afterwards about J2OOO attended. Six years ago Captains Pollard and Burford and Mrs Burford landed m Duoedin, and commenced by playing a concertina m the streets. 1 here" are now 53 corps, 80 outposts, 236 officers, 3250 soldiers, three Rescue Homes, and » Prison Gate Brigade.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889
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