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(PJK PBISS ASSOCIATION. I Volumtears Wilxokgtok, May 23. Tht Olty Volunteer Oorpv are filling op •11 over the colony In the moit satisfactory manner, and for some Corps doablf the aomber allowed by the regulations ooald be obtained* The experiment of turning ooontry corps Into Biflo Olabs li «Uo repotted to be working welL Aooident to * Steamer Ohbistohuboh, May 93 The ■.«. Wareata waa towed Into port this mornlDg by the Penguin, her propeller shaft haying broken whea 25 milts on this aide of Gape Campbell, The Penguin oame pp shortly after the acoident and took her In to^r. The veatbar wai fine. Ohrifltchurch North Another oandidate, Mr J£. Wingfield Humphreys, annouooes hlmielf for Ohrlit* ! oburoh Nortb. j Masonic Lwnbdjn, May 23; Lodge Dunedln has appro Tad of the Grand Lodge movement. Picture for the Exhibition An Anglo«Aastralian oolleotion of oil paintings intended for the Melbourne Exhibition but which arrived too late and Is now being exhibited m Sydney, baa been scoured for the Punedin Exhibition pn the tome terms aa tbe ffeitlah loan nolleotlon. Bad News from the Tia Mlnei. Tbe o»rty who acdompftnled the Minister of Mines to Htsirarts Islatd tin fields have retnrned hither. The "Star" has an article to-night oontainiog a very dli* Qoaraglng report. , There are 25 men on the ground ieem to be doing nothing. The indications are not at aft hopeful,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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