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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(fir press association.) Death of another Maori ChiefAuckland* May 21. Marsh Brown, the great Ngapuhl Colef, bM died rather suddenly; He wbb a reoent convert to MormonUm. Prospecting for GoalThe people of Kawa Kawa have formed, a Goal Pfoipeotors Association and hare alio organised » Company to work the findi. Aquatic i The Aueklaud yaotit Akarana hai been •old by Me Logan to a Sydney gentleman. Bankruptcy. Mr T. B. Hill, a welt-known Chemist, o! Auckland, hai filed bit aohedole. Boxing Match. The Boxing conteit between W. Mnrphy and J. Simon did not lait long ai Simon went to iletp at Mnrphy'i second blow. The two bozeri left for San Franolieo by the ZeaUndia. Stowaways ; Two stowaways on tha Zealandia from Sydney were fined £2 eaoh with costa, alao their fare of £5, or two months imprisonment. They pleaded guilty and said they left Sydney through starvation. Defences. yVklukgxon, May 21. A supplement to the Otsette Issued this morning, makes a further exoeption wltb veaard to reornlts for the torpedo and artillery oorps, by which the sons of polloe effiears may be enrolled without any previous training m the Volunteer Foroe, ptovided they are not leu than sft. Din. In height, nor more than 25 years of age, and can produoe a satisfactory certificate to character and fitness* Body Pound Tht body of a woman apparently about 45 years of age, snd respectably dressed, has been found. There were £3 In the pockets, and a small phial of brandy. There were no signs of violence. The body was found floating m the harbor near the Rowing Olab'a ahed this morning. It has not yet been Identified. Electric Lighting of Wellington The electric light will, after all, not be ready by the Queen's birthday, the Com* Deny, despite Us exertions, not being able to oomplet* the installation b y that date. Probably a start will be made next week, Football __ A number of the members of the Maori taam belonging to the Poneke Club did sot Intend to play through Viotorla and Will be back nere shortly. Box ng Matches The City Oounoil Intend to proseoute the owner* of the hall m whloh the boxIng match took place for not having a license. Football. Dtnrronr, May 21. The Otago Union In view of the projacted visits to Auckland and Nelson, has decided only to play one matob against Watbrlck'c team.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 21 May 1889

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