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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBE PBBBS ASSOCIATION.)

Football Accident.

auoklahd, Ja<y 29.

McDonald om of too Selwyn team, broke hl» Qiil ..r bone In a footbsll mat oh on Saturday. Tho Largo Bay. Arrived, Lai go Bay, barqn«i fr m London, wlvh a oargo valued at £21,700 ; thia li the veisel wloh collided with ii)e Olrnooe, the later Rolng down with all bauds, Pound Drowned. The body of * wsn nam d Lam pray, who bad been missing f >r »nao weeks at Tekulti, has boon found In the rivor near Tebultl*. Ha bad been employ* d by t> tanner, «nd wsa aent to 1 ok for tome cattle, near Oorohaoga. and ii is supposed was drowned m attempting to croei a oreek, H'* relatives res' dp In Auckland. Property Tax Case. Wakgantjx, July 29.

kt tbo R.M. O ait < o-d&y Thomas Feld, on of the we ii« blest men here. v!W chai <d with muklng ti»Ua property k.x retu f, htviDg otnltud £10^250

i o^etbi After Uk'ng evidence Mr C ombie, Deputy Onmmlstiouer, an^ M< B abant, R.M., Ir.fl ottd a fine o£ £50— t.eble the tax.

Major Sommervllle, Captain Sommervule has pisrod bis examination as major.

Illegal Arrest Wellington. Jnly 29 Judgment wai delivered this morning m the ob'j? Hay v Thompson. Plaintiff was ftuc'fci here On a tek^am from Invercargill, but r.o warrant wr a prcduczd Defendant it :*tißt.:ctor of rjolioe hero. The Chief Justice held that 1 1* arre tin the absence of a warrant w«a illegal.

The Westport Strike. Wb^xfobt, Jaly 29 The labor Unloaiet* reoooßtdered tbelr decision to strike at Oapa Foulwlnd works, and went to wr.rk at usual tbli n.ornlng. Land B&'e. Timabtj, July 29. A 75 aoto I vm at Atowhenua, uloe tnilei from town, alluv'al lend, m good order, wes sold by auo ion on Saturday at £24 per aore. The Unlawful Pawning Ga, c. Dtobdih, Joly 28 At the Police Oonri. to-day Mtsirs Osrew, R.M. and Logan, J P. beld that as Wi'iou'a watch was oot »n tV.e actual poiseasioa <i the pawnbroker, bat was held by tbo police for purposes of safe custody and evidence only, seotion 360 of the Ac* did not apply, and the onto was di missed without coaie. MrHuobi son, J.P., who dißeeoted, wiehtd to rend bis reasons but the majority of the benob opposed thi* coo rye.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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