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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[PlB PBBSB ASSOCIATION,] ISuonie Grand Lodge. Auokiahp, May 1. Tbe whole of tba Mmodlo Lodgei Id Ihli dUtriot hire expreued their opinion en the Owed Lodge qneitton, the voting befog :— ln favor of tbe propoia), 6 ; •gainst, 2; to poitpone the question, 1. The Irish Delegates. The Rev A. MoKlnney, Presbyterian Clergyman, bu written to tbe Irlih Delegetei Reception Committee eooeptlng the Invitation to 00-operate, approving heartily of Home Bale and expressing a Irm conviction of Me JParoell's innocenoe. The Licensing Laws. Wbllikoios, Jane 1. Hinted women, who ate living apart from their husbands and are tbe holders of llecnwa for hoteli, have received notice from the Clerk of the Lloenilng Commit* tees that the polloe Intend to oppose tbe tenewal of their llcenaea at the next meetIng of the Benoh; The action of the police will affeot three hoaiei In town. Wellington Breweries. It b itated that negotiations are almost completed for the amalgamation of MoCarthy'* and Stsplei breweries, which •re the largest In town. The Electric Light.

At an early hoar this morning a trial with one of tbe dynamos to be osed for lighting the oily xemlted moit B»tlifao> gorily, the ordinary type of a newspaper Mold be read in the oentre of the roadway in Its widest part. Another Escape of a Oonvlot.' Ohmsxohuboh, Jane 1.

Yesterday afternoon a oonvlot, named fillet, eioaped from the gang at work on the batteries on the Boomer road, Lyttel* ton* He got away from the works on* obferred, bat the sentry oanght light of Mm while making his way through aome flax boshes below the road. A warder gti?« ohase and captured him a quarter of ft mile from the battery. PeUof theTra'n.

Duubdih, Jane 1.

Juaee Millan, guard of the sooth train, fell oat at the Oarersham tunnel bat ■raped unhurt,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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