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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBB P&BSS ASSOCIATION.') Auckland's Defe^Ssrf. avqkl\Bd. April 26; Application has been made to the Defenoe Depar nient tcjm»ko good robberies from the Meroec Hotel and other plaoes by Volanteeia of the Bister encampment. | A. party of VolOnteera molested several Maotl women In a wagon at Hamilton. The women seized axes and threatened the Volunteers, who drew their swords and bayonets m defenoe. Tbe Train Alterations, Wellington, April 26. '3 Me Maxwell left yesterday foi tha ■oath to confer with the objeotdrs to the proposed alteration In tanning the exptess trains between Ohrlstohuroh andDonedin. Mr McKerrow, the Chief Oommisaloner of Railways, leaves foi Auckland by tho overland route on a visit of lnipeotion. He expeots to be abnent about a fortnight. The Railway Time-table. ■ Ohkistohuboh, April 29. A deputation of looil M.H.R.'s and others waited on the Ballway Commissioner (Me Maxwell) this morning In regard to tho proposed alteration of tha express time-table. It was suggested that It sb.on.ld start a little late* and ran hater, also that the early train sbonld start even earlier to enable oountry people to get their malls earllat In the day. Mr Maxwell promised to eonaidsr the objections and suggestions, and said chat the Committee would endeavoi to meet the ooavenlenoa of the public

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2118, 25 April 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2118, 25 April 1889

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