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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PER PBBBB ASSOCIATION,) Fatal Accident. Hanlan the Oarsman. Auckland, May 8. Edward Hanlan, oarsman, arrived from Sydney by tho lVavfrn thia afternoon. Fatal Accident. Thomas X ogs one haa died from Injarles caused hy a beam falling on him at the sugar works. Wellington, May 8. J* mas Lowry, a oar pen ur, who was re*' celved Into the Wellington Hospital from Waip«wa last month, suffering from Injuries sustained by the fall of a partition In the house he was building, died this morning; Ihe Premier The Premier haa been absent from the Trosiuiy buildings the last two days suffering from a cold. Imports and Exports* I A mistake occurred m the telegraphic summary of tbe exports and imports of the oolony published In the "Gazette" on Friday night. Following are the oorreot figures; — Imports for the quarter ended 31st Maroh, £1.721,988 as against £1.755,662 for tbe corresponding quarter of 1888. The figures for rh P different ports are;-AuckUid, £439,674 ; We?. Ungtoo, £290,670 j Lyttelt hi, £343,479 ; Dunedln, 462,590. . The total exports for •he colony were £3,417,734 a» agalwit £2,983,650 last year. Auckland, £293,171. Wellington, £458,276; Lyttelton, £861,421 Dunedln, £371678.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2129, 8 May 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2129, 8 May 1889

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