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The Cable.

Wklulnotok, July 22 Tbe cable steamer Bhor»rd Osborne plokttd op tbe cable and repaired lt last night. Cable messages were delayed m oonsequenoe till this morning. A New Borough. A new borough formed out of the hill suburbs on the north of Wellington will ba called Onslow, the Governor having permitted bis name to be used. Tbe Kaiwarra Murder. OverJWOO signatures have been obtained to tbe petition for the reprieve of Ohemls. Tbe promoters expeot to get 12,000 eventually. A Centenarian. Luhidih, July 22. A oablegram report* the death of Lewis, aa ex-Dnnedln resident, at Sandhirst, at the age of 105 Gold. The Big Beach Company obtained 88 z giwta of retorted gold for 12 days' dredging. Opposnmj. Lnvkroabgilk, Jaly 22. At a meeting of tne Ocnnoil of the /taollmitisation Fooiety it was decided to ask Government to bring tbe oppoßum onder the Animala Protection Aot and proclaim a close season ior thrre years: Bight years ago two pairs were liberated m the Long wood bush ne*r Bivwton by the late Captain Hunkinson and have increased rapidly. They are now being shot for their skins and it is fearod that if their .destruction be continued they will coon be extinot, while if proteo'ed they wilt beoome a source of 0 mßiderabld tevenue. A Home axpert declares that tbe local furs are far superior to the Tasmanian or "Vlotorian

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2179, 22 July 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2179, 22 July 1889

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