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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBK PBBBB ABBOOIAIIOVO Serious Fire. Bawxsba, Jay 4. A serious fire broke cut m High street, Hawera, at 130 this mornlDg, by which Bmiolough'a botoher'a shop, Button's drapery store, Pritobard's obemlat shop were totally destroyed. Davidson's general store and dwelling were cleaned ont, and greet damage done to the goods. The total loss Is estimated at £6000. Insurance! so far as known are, Button's itcok valued at £2000, inaared for £1000 In Standard office ; PriKjhard'a stock, value £1500, Insured for £250 m Standard and £500 In North German ; Orcz'er's buildings, letjto Bnrraolough and Sutton, ware Insured for £300 m the Phoenix Ingaranoe Company. Prltotard'a buildings lDiarauce unknown . Dr. McGregor. Dttnedin, July 4. Dr. McGregor, of Edinburgh, lectured to over 2000 personi at the Kooz Ohuroh Uat night. Nurses' Home. The Hospital Traateea have agreed to prooeed with the ereotlon of a Nurses' Home Immediately. The Annie Sow. lirasKOAßan.it July 4 A telegram from Tlmaru on Tuesday atatrd that the barqnentlne Annie Bow waa twenty-three d»ys out from Newcastle to that port. The police now report the Ceding of a plank on the beaoh between Blverton and Oolao Bay, bearing the name Annie Bow In white letters with a red rim Tho plank appears to have oome off the itarboad biw, the nails which held it being broken off. It had not been long In tbe water. In the same looallty » quantity of timber, partly rotten and ohmrred with fire, was also discovered, which had apparently been In water some time. The vbbbil wai well known from the faat that some members of a former crew refused to ship m her on tbe ground of her unseaworthiness, and went to giol . Sinoa then she bid made a number of trips. IrATKX. Asrlved — Annie Bow from Newo»otle, 25 days out. She met very heavy weather.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2164, 4 July 1889

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