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Nbw Plymouth. August _6. A dwelling houae owr.ed by Flony, at Waittra, was burnt down last night. Insurances on dw.llinr £150 In New Zealand office ; o« furniture £50 m South Brit tab. Found Drowned. Dunedin, August 26, A private cihle reports the finding of the body of W. 0. Kennedy m Sydney Harbor. Deceased was well-known here In cricket and athletlo olrcleo. He was fc son of Sheep Inspeotor Kennedy. ; Gold Mining. Several good finds have been made by parties of Ohinoae working on river beaches. Ona party made £17 eaoh for five days work, One man made £15 la two days. The report of a deep lead find at Ticker's, has been confirmed. The "Douotan Times" says that the strata gone thpough alternate from fine gravdl to day: Gild is obtained In tbe gravel. In every prospeot tried at 130 ft below the surface level prospeots began to improve od to the lowest depth obtained when proipaoti wero got whioh are convincing that a rloh field haa been struck. On dit that Shotover Big Beach Is to be formed Into a oompany, with a oapltel of £160,000. Shares are now at £150.

Fatal Aooident* William MoPhereon, a settler at Wiogatat was killed on Saturday night bf, falling out of a dray. He leavea a wife aud two ohildren.

. The Blue Spur Mine* On dit that the Home shareholders Io the Blue Spur Oompany oommenoe an aotion against the London Directors for alleged misrepresentation In tha Company's prospeotua.

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TODAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2209, 26 August 1889

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TODAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2209, 26 August 1889

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