[PMB PBXSS JJ3BOOIATIOH.] Atrosi.Ain>, May 17. Mr Mltohelion haa further deferred hb departure for Wellington till Monday. Hanlan has deolded to retain to Ametfo* by the mall boat on Monday next* The Rowing 01 ab are arranging for a oarblvnl on Like Tskapuna to* morrow. A, Kldd'i bankruptcy m connection with the Land Syndloate has bssn annulled. Full ittltfaotion hat beta given for all c'almt. Niw Plymouth, May 37, Considerable enquiry la being made far land m the centra of the town. Yesterday a vacant block was told at £40 a foot for building purposes. Wjellikgtok, May 17; Before the Rlmutaka left for London one of the iteamplpes burst, and three firemen were severely scalded. A Maori named Frank Martta was ad* mltted to the Hospital to-daj fromOlakf, suffering from Injuries received by the limb of a tree falling on him. Little hop* U entertained of his recovery. PiuntßsroN No*th, May 17. James Fowoll fell off a diay on the Palmerston-Ashurst road last evening, and «ai picked op Insensible at beven o'oloek He died four hoara later. Grbymottth, May 17, Robert Roblmon, of Grsymouth, was burled by a fell of earth (a a tunnel whsit he was working at Stillwater. A gang of men worked all nlpht, and recovered his body a short while ago. Ohbibtohtooh, May . 17. The Ooptio sailed this evening with the lonlo'a psisengsrs and most of her cargo for London tia Rio. Mr A. Lougbrey, M.H.R. lor Llnwood, was baoqusted. by his conatltusnts tonight. Duk*Dih. Mar 17. Communication reoelved from Sfttwart Island statea that at Pegasus work is aos« ponded, awaiting the return of the Taamanlan pavty, detained by strsis of weather. They have put do* a a shaft i over 18ft on payable wash, and bottom not reached, on ground that does not ■eeiu to be the beat on tha field. Tbe horsea of a hawker named Gioag bolted from a hill above tbe town vt St. Bathani, dashing In and demollalng one side of the stables of Hanrahan. One of the horses woa killed at onca. Olosg was seriously Injured and is still an* ooDSolone. Tbe weather, whioh was fine yesterday, turned oold again to-day, when a little snow fell* Invxbo4bgiiii, May 17. James Ohadwlck, a labors', while feed* Ing a threshing machine as Isla Bank, la the Western district, slipped and bad bis leg lacerated so severely by the mscMnsry that he died before reaching the hospital In Rtverton, Up to date 179,500 saoks of Ibis seasoo'a orop have been carried over tbe Southland seotlon of the rallwayi, and If tbe price of oats keeps up It Is expsoted that the farmers will rush In all they oan before the roads break up, and that thai*) will be little left to export m the spring.
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