(MR PXBBB ASSOOtATIOIT.)
Typhod Wsujtreroir, Jnlj 35 Another vlotlm suooumbed to typhoid foyer this morning, In the ponon of Mr FaltoD, eDglneer of the Manawata Railway Gompaoy. O»p'»!n Savlllt, A.D.O. » Improving. Archdeacon Harper. _. _ Timaku, July 9S. The Yen. Arobdeaoon Harper ltarti OB Monday, fov a ten months trip to the Old Country. List night at a firewall eonfeHßjj'one he wai presented with a pntM >f sovereigns, by the p«lrti!on«M, n Mbam of photographs by the oholr, »nd a g)W p< nollby »he Runday School t«eh«n. Che Rev Mr Wlntec of Ohriitohawh, beoomea locrnn ienens
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Dunbdiw, Jaly 26 Captain Bell, of the briganttne Enter* prise, reports the loas oE Altr d Jailor, A.8., on Ja<y 19th, when fifty miles •oath of Banks' Peninsula. The lad wai employed on.ihe rigging, and *as seen by the oaptaln to oroas from the starboard to •he port rigfeint?, with the intention of oomiog to deck. The captain at the same time was easing off the main sheet, and did not notice Jnlier fall from «h» port rigging, nor did the man work : nff with him. After the boam was haul id taut Julier was seen m the water SO yards away. Preparation were made to retoae him, bat a heavy rqcull oominz oa the ci plain thongkt it fmpradeuc to risk lireg. Deceased wai 18 years of age, and was a son of Mr Jnlier, Port Chalmers, t The Exhibition License. It !■ aarfl etooi <he Exhibition Ooramsßdneis have abandoned the prtsaoc appUoßtloa to the Licensing OommlttM.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889
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