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(PHK PBKBB ASSOOIAriOK.) \ Fire. Nafibb, July 8. The mantger'a reslienoe at Longlandt station waa destroyed by fire on Saturday «t midnight. The inmate* were upstalri and had maoh difficulty m esoapiog. Tb« origin of the firs was from ft ■errant reading In bed, and falling asleep while the oaodlo was allgtit*' Insurauoe oh the house £400 In the ImporUl office ; on the famltace t>nd efleots, £500 m the Soaih British offioe. Poultry Show: Wbllikgton, Jflly 8 Seven hundred eutdea have been re* oelved for the poultry show. Tnls is laid to be the largest nrnnbar evar recorded .at any show of the same character la the OoJony. Antl-Eweatinjc. XhTNJBDXN, Jnlj 8 At a meeting on Saturday with reference to the prevention of fiweating, it was am mooed that the O.mmltte's log had been agreed to, and received tht oapport of nearly all the manufacturers m \ town. Up to date 563 had joined the ; union. It was stated that aooording to tha log anbmitted the rate of \ragei would vary from 18s to 26s a week, > ' Pire.. The dwelling of Onarlea AndeHoog ft wool soourer, north-eaai: valley, hai been burned down. The houae In loiared In ---■ the Equitable effioe for £150, and thfl '? furniture fur £190. .

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2167, 8 July 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2167, 8 July 1889

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