(raa fbess association.) American Wheat for Sydney. AUCKLAND, April 29. Among the shipment of American prodnce brought from S»n Franolioo by the mall steamer Zaalaadla for Australia , was a large consignment of 12,125 saoki of wheat for Sydney. Serious Accident. Timabit, April St. A laborer aged 34, named Rayner, wu received into the hospital yesterday, with ribs broken and Internally hurt by a fall. He had been drinking on Saturday night and left an hotel at a late hour, fit wandered about In the dark and fell ovtt i a face 30 feet deep In a railway. oatting. jHe lay there till next morning, when at nun passed, and though Rayner begged and implored him to itay and htlp, fc* passed on, Rayner then orawled about a quarter of a mile round tbt station into the town. Ho Is not expected to get over his harts. ti Mia Ing. Geo. Robinson, second mate of tht ba*qne Kfnoluae m mu sing. Hs> left hip hotel late on Saturday ulght to go; aboard bis vesjei, whloh was lying at buoy ready to sad next morning. Sailed; Sailed— Klnolane barque, (freighted, fof the United Kingdom with 586 bales of wool, 180 ouks tallow, and 6854 stoki wheat. Mm A Difficulty. Some difficulty is experienced here In the working of the "Employment of Fomales and Young Persons Act ." Thursday afternoon has been fixed as their lags! half holiday, and the manager of thtt woollen factory, which employs many women and boy*, declares be oannot stop work In the middle of the week. They give a half holiday on Saturday, but this Is not complying with the law.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889
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