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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

♦ (MB PRKSS ASSOCIATION.) Tbe Babbit Act. *m Mastbrtoh, July 19. g Three farmers were to-day fi:ed £{ etoh and coats for not taking steps t< destrr.y rabbits on their land, Inspeo'oi Diummond protocoled The Cbemis Case. Fbilding, July 19 A petition for a reprieve to Ode mis n being Urgely «lgpp<! b«rp. Tho Lato Mr O. E. Bunny' JBIELSON, JnJy 19. n he remains of the late MrO. E. Bonnj arriv d per Botnraa at noon, and were coo veyed to 8t Mary b Church where masi was said The funeral takes plao© this afternoon. Among the followers will be a number of the members of the City Bifles lo plain dress, Mr Bunny having once commanded that corps. Fatal Wreck.l r ' The cutter Uoldseeker oapeißed off Orotxelles yesterday morning. A mnn pamed Joseph Spiers, unmarried, was drowsed ; the other after being four hours (m the water swam ashore and walked to the Maori Pah, Wakapuaka, where he arrived la a great state of exhaustion. Libel, j r £ Messrs Jai. bolanders and 00. have laid four criminal informations against Thoa, H, Mabln, of Auckland, for oiroulating libellous matter against them.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889

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