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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(P«B PBKSS ASSOCIATION.) The Weather. Wellington, Jane 13 Thore was a sharp hoor front last night; iempertnre In shade, 31^ ;on grate, 27. (Tho hills on the Maura tide of the harbor are covered with enow. Tho front this morning was unusually severe for Wellington, water m b tdrooma beiDg fn z jn New J. .'a. An additional Hot of Justices of the Poaoo will bu Issued shortly to fill up vaoatiolescaoeed by dea'hor retirement, ia districts where the want of jnatloai causes pnbllo Inoonvenleooe. Thura will be about 18 names on the Hit, Sudden Death. William Ebdeu, au old nuttier, dropped dead m his house this morning. north Ohristchuroh Nomination* Ohristohukoh, June 13 This morning J )hn OlUvler, Edward Winfield Humphrey*, and Rden George were proposed aa candidates for the North Ohristoburoh seat. The show of hands ware m faror of Wr OHirior. Obituary John Oowell boys, KO,, one of the earliest officers of the Canterbury Survey Department, died this morning, aged 64, of oongeition of the lungi. Mr Boys was an aotlve member of the Aoollmatleation Sooiety, Waste Land, Charitable Aid and Hospital Boards, aud was generally raspeoted. Ho leaves a grown up snn and daughter, the former engaged on pnbllo worka In hi mania. Theft. Tim abu, Jane 13. An old offender named Joseph Cap stiolr, rwaa sentenced to three months Imprisonment for stealing; an overooat from the passage of a bo»rdir>ghouse He was not spying there, but sneaked la. He oame from Ashburton as witness m a olvll oise, and made the mistake of sneaking off with the ooat of a fellow witness, also from Ashburton, In Bankruptcy. W. Muoro, draper, had his disobuje sußp nded for 18 m >ntha. The Chief Janice aatd the circumstances snowed either gross negligent)!) ot dishonesty on bankrupt's part,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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