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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBB PEESB ASSOCIATION.

Fatal Accident. Wellington, August 12. Jno. H, Moore, a child two years end nice months old, and the eon of s farmer •t MakakabJ, was drowned In a sheep dip sear the father** residence. The Weather. JyjtLSoN, August 12. Welcome rate set m last night. Owirg to the lorg drought waler oonrtos and welli ware drying up which bad never been known to fall before, Railway Matters. WESTPOBX, AOgUSt 12 Public dissent fa being manifested here At the action nf the Railway Commissioners m calling upna the district manage." »nd station mestor to resign, 6)th ofiioers bare left Ihe service. The gtoonds of complaint ftgninst them era ovtr a -collUlon whloh recently occurred on the line, and some other alleged breached of departmental tales. Football. Dunbdin, Aafijosfc 12. The takings at Saturday's match •mounted to £205. Bad Boys. Invbboaeqili,, August 12. At tbe Police Ooort to-day two boyi were charged with stealing a bag of feathers, two with stealing a quantity of saekfl. and one with wilfully breaking h window. Three of tbe boys were ordered to recelre six strokes of tbe birch, one was sent to the Industrial School, and the fifth irae discharged.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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