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Floated.

GisßOßim. May ft. The Brlgoutlna Clansman, whfoh wefll ashore at Gisboroe beach on April <_» .wat floated suooeisfully this morning by XTeiaea ! Bros, of Ancklmd, who bought the veuil , for £90. A Gnu Accident.' New Pl_ mouth, May 22. > A shooting aooident ooourred star Opunoke yesterday, A young man named Moran, m company with his brother, Went into the bash, taking a loaded and cooked gun, and whilst waiting for ha brother to join him, put on axe and the gun together standing on end. The axe slipped, and on Moran attempting to recover It, the quo wont off and the oharge of shot lodged la hia neok, also laoerating his leftnaft]. He was brought In to the hospital. Inquest. W____tNOTON, May 22. Nothing further oame ont at the tnquMt on Mrs MoKenna except that aba woe • woman of sober habits. The medioal testimony was that she died from fajlurt of the heart's action, and not by drowmng* A verdiot was returned accordingly. STbu is tha fifth death lately through faUfbl over the unprotected breastwork. " ~ Politioal. iMTaBOAEOiwi, May 12, Mv Cowan, member for Hokonot. sj« dressed the electors last night, reoelvtng • vote of thanks and confidence. Hi safd that tha future aotion of the preieat Parliament would be guided by the preaenoe of a number ot Hen Zealand born members, whose conduct gave hope tbat they would make first rate statesmen. . Ho eulogised Mr Biahardson's land adratnLf t ration, and thought the time would coma when eduoatlon above the fourth standard would have to be paid for. The expend!* ture on Charitable Aid waa too lavish and the cost should oome from general property and not land alone. Ha praised tbe Government's efforts to retrench, and said he would continue to support thettHoi&te Rule, A meeting of Home Rule sympathiser! Is to be held to-night to arrange a recap. tlon for the Irish delegates. The membtrt of Parliament for this distriot are Invited.

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Floated. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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