(Put Pbisb association.) AuoKiiAND, May 24. The Thames Valley and Rotorna Railway Company la to be wound up. The body of a man whose name is unknown has been fonnd ln the Kumen Rlver ' . ,_ « . A store and two houses ln the Mount Eddn Road was burned tbla mornlug. The total damage U iß\6oo, The lnonranofia are £250 In tbe Imperial and £800 m the New Zealand iffise It has been deotded to form a Central Tern per anoe Union as an advhiag B»rd for tbe various temperance organisations of this distriot. A shipment of oheepe, onions chaff and othi i piodooe bas been sent from Tanrangi io hnabane, with a vlow of opening op trade with tbe latter market, Nafibr, May 24 ; A rnfihnly assault was committed be tweea twelve and one this morning m Shakespeare road by six men on De Moore, who was muoh til-need, and only saved himself from serious injury by r ashing Into his restdenoe. No arrests have bean made. WaxLuroTOir, May 24. The estimated population of i*ew Z island at tbe end of Maroh, exolnslve of Maori., was 610,166, or iuolndlng Maoris, 6&2.125. t n Tne Mayor's ball to tbe Governor at ihe Garrison Hall *hls evening w«s largely attended. The balldlng was splendidly decorated and lit by eleotrlolty.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 25 May 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 25 May 1889
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