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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(Pn Pbms Association.) Magonic Union*. B a web a., Jane 14. The local Lodge of Freemasons list Di^ht unanimously re-o'ved m favor of the formation of a Grand JLodga for New Zealand. Mr Beetnam, 2&H.8. Mabtcbtok, Jaoe 14. The" Wairawpa Daily " states that Mr G. Beetham, M H R,, is m ill he .lth at Home, and hesitates to face the New Zealand winter, lie will probably ask leave of absence for the coming session. The Johnstown Flood. Wxlukotok, Jane 14 The Premier has raoelved the following oable from Mr J. G. Blalne, Secretary of State, Washington, m answer to the New Z 9»l»nd Go 7t f amenta telegram of nouMitby — " Accept gratefat aoknowrappienfi American people deep sympathy New ZaaUnd, recent Johnstown disaster." Government House Auckland. Government say they have not tht slightest intention of Interfering with Government house, Aaonliod. It will be maintained for the use of the Governot or admiral jast as uanal. Ixcessive Drinking. Dunedin, Jane 14. At the inqaest oa tin body of James Lindsay the medical testimony went to show <h*t death reunited from excessive, drinking. Yardiot accordingly.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 14 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 14 June 1889

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