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(PBK PRESS ASSOCIATION.) — AHUI, Jsfl. Wang ay 26. The son of a pilot at the Heads fell from the yardarm of tbe fUgßtafl, owing to its breaking, aod oame to the groood very heavily, Injuring hia akoll and breaking his arm. News from Waverley states that Hugh McDonald lost his Ufa yesterday, having fallen over a cliff In the bush. Slater Olara, Mother Superior at the convent here, died to day after a long Illness. She had been at the convent ever since lt started, and her loss will be severely felt. j Wellington, May 26.. £ Early this morning tbe body of a man, Rlobard Jones, employed as cook and steward of the bttrqbe Perl was fouud floating m tho harbor. He was last seen alive at 1 a.m,, when he said he was going un board, lt Is supposed tbat m the darkness he went over the wharf. j Oamabu, May 26, A girl, aged eleven years, daughter of Mr W. J. Williams, of Waitaki North, died suddenly on Saturday. She was being brought Into town by her father for meiiosi advlc*, when she suddenly expired. The medioal evidence at the in-quest-thawed that death resulted from an affeotlon of the throat, whioh oauaed suffoodtlon. The verdlot was death from natural causes, Gbbymouth, May 26 Owing to dull times In tne coal trade, eighteen more bauds have been discharged from the Wallsdud mine, and more are likely to follow. This is all the more extraordinary, the season being winter. Last week's export of ooal was 2339 tons.

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 27 May 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 27 May 1889

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