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(PKR PRE 33 A8SO0IATIOT.) Bush Accident. New Pi^Motrrg, Ansnßt 1 A fa'a' aooi^pnt whan bash f«'l nor Is repor'e' from Inglowo^d a man raraed Honty Marah boiag kill d by the fa'l of * tre The Chem'a Case. AngUifcl. The pe'Ulon p'ayins? for the reprieve of Loufa Oberalu will be presented to the Governor a 1 ; tho Ghvernroont House this *ftornoon. The patitlon whioa baa™ 837Q alj*n*tar«s will be presente} by Dr Newnrni »nd Moaaiß Nioholaa Fern»ndo.», W. H. Warron an 3J. Maglnnl'y, Typhp'4, JSelson, Auj»asl 1. Inrd. Oranloy'a Mneiß h*a developod Into typhoid, evidently contracted at Weiitegtoa. Drowned. TiArATUT, August 1 . VAU.h Kerslake, igod tiro year?, dtughtei of R. Kerjluki, a f »rmc r at Pleasant Point, wb dcotrned m a crock near theJr house ?eaier ?ay. Obituary. Dunbdin, August 1 3? Ward MoGr'inhen, one of the plourep a9ttleraof O'a^, dad ?a-rt night, agel 72. Juventte Offenders. A disiro«lai» cnaa o*ni9 bofiro the Po'lae Ooart this mor.ilng. Two yonng girls, agod acvon ana right respectively, ware oha'gjd wl'U uteaHng sm^l artlo'ea of honaßhol(i faroUnre. It tt«nap(red that thn'r father w-»a dead and thp'r <n i ha* \V t nod no member of tho family W49 eb!o ' ) earq a 1 viai fhg poUqe a\\s 't. vraa o'hor a oaso of feallng or Btarvsr tlo-?. M Oatow, R M., dUoharged them, -Hying ho was didnollced to Beud anoh young gir's to gaol The best Remedy" i-OR inuigestion. — Norton's Camomix .a Pills are confidently recommeade 1 as a simple remedy for indigesl tion, whicli is the cause of nearly all c diseases to which we are subject. Norto n [ Pills, with justice called the " nature'B strengthener of the human stomach," act as a power.'il tonic and gentle aperient, are mild m their 'operation, and safe under auy circum stances Sold m bottles at is lid, as gd h? a'l uedtataefoadQu th«owdio\»t|l th«t

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TODAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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TODAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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