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TO- DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBK PEEBS ASSOOIATIOIT,

Napier Exports. * '■ -^ m L Napibk, Augmt 9. ' : The M p,it of »h 0 o,aab« ot 0^ marc* states th-a'. lh) export From N*M't daring th^ v<u* es ,ded June 30 wer*. of the v«.u, of £1 095,252 *s S g,t na t £738 652 for the whole provlnoe. Art Examination. ;! „,, Wbiukotox, August 9 - Oante.bury Sheep Returns. m^, , , Oheistchokch ' Augaat 9 This rear's ah^p keiuma for 0 nte.bury loolu i ing the district! of Ka'koura an d Amuri, Bhowa t 0 \,.l of 4,718,000, a deorowe of 65,000 from hat. Thia ooouw entirely boo-Ii of the Ran^ltata and ia due to the ex'remo Beverly of tha wintar laafc sea»oo. North of the Kangltata there ij| an increjae of 42 000.

Diphtheria.

Diphtheria is prevalent i Q the district and several children haw dffi. iff a consequaDce ihe attendance at the south mSI mU * e « deo!de *? cloee for a month! although the members said the children

Cable Communication. c The fault m the cable for whfoh the Sherrard Osborno is looking fa Ta slight leakage, caused presamably Ty tho 2g of tha wirca hp.Ting cor.rodei It i 8 not senousat prejeat, % ut if unattended to Mould probably causa complete interrupSnrfn V* * 0 ! ° C * te beoan « 9 « Boon as the cab'e waa lifted lha defect dieappeared. The Sherrard Oaborne ha. now cut the cable and the Wellington end o a ther UOye Th WMIe %* iB W»stoTths other, The weather was very roueh yesterday, and Interfered with the work it ia to these circumstances combined that the long intermp-ion is due.

Burglary. awu „ , Oamartt, Aaguifc 9. iwi°u °,°S tbiß m)rni ng two men named Michel Morgan and James AndS? Bon were met by Constable McAllister corai-g out of the faUora shop of Br,Zl and Crerar. The con.table caugnt bold I of both, when a etruggle enskel Morein Btrikng with his fi 3t and A^deraoHiX i,on instrument. T^c^S^s £a m r ° e \ but - Anderson got clear, ns did Morgan, b/ dfc the latter wls owht Bbortly afie<w»rd. on the mole near the breakwtf w . Both men have bad records. fliorean was brought before the X.M to-day, and remanded ontil Monday Andereon la a young man of about 20 •nd i 8 Btlll at large. A number of artlolea were takeu from the ahop but afterward* I recovered, ! Gold. . . Ddnbdin, Arigoat 9 An Arrowtowa telegram to the " Star V cays splendid dredging prospects hare been obtained on tbo benches flat of Kwalu, between. Morven Ferry and Mount Bhotove*. Gold lays on «S aorface. Severo frosts so dried up the river that an enormoua area o£ K old ssa drift hithert ° wdd - *s5

Tn pi **% Sh ? n d's Insolvency. Inbhaudaestatea Btormy meet!n» of oreditora resolved to exclude the Nation* •.? 8 * J V t oL The J3aQk ' a "olioitors intimated that Jhe case would bs oarried to the Privy Council if necesjistfj* £5500 18 layoWed,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2195, 9 August 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2195, 9 August 1889

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