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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[Per PEisa Association.]

3 Serious Accident. £ Ihamks, April 12. Mr Patrick Nolan, one of the underground "bosses" m tho Sixon Go!d Mining Company's jolne, met with a serious aooldent early this morning. He was going through the stapes when a ploct | of mnliook oame away striking hiuij between the shoulders and fraoluclng his | ■pine. The lower portion of his b.dy h paralised. His obsb Is hopeless. Mr Nolan was nntll recently Government overseer of the Thames Railway Works, and Is well known throughout the North lilindi ' . _ Charges again t Brewers Wellirgtow, April 12, ft Three charges against the Junotion Brewery Company, and three against Owen McOardle, Secretary of the Company, for negleotiug to enter certain material reoeived and purchased for the produollon of beer were heard to-day. Mr Robinson, B M,, Inflicted a line of £60 with costs on eaoh information, and Intimated that hid the whole of the charges been laid against the Company, he woald have Inflated the maximum penalty m each case. Forfeiture of the plant was ordered. Attempted Suicide. Dunbdin, April 12.' David Cutler, Mackemtih, who baa for 40 years been living m South Dunedln, attempted tnlotde by ahootltg himself with a revolver. He has been drinking heavily lately. There Is little likelihood of his recovery.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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