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A Chinese Row. Wellington, August 30, A number of Chinamen residing h*Cuba street made a savage assault last night on an expressman named Baml. Elliott. It oppears Elliott went to the shop of Wong Shee, for some onions, and being suspicions oE not receiving full weight insisted on Home move being placed m the Boaloe, Elliott repeated his demand and as Wong Shee still refused he oommocoed ' to holp himself. This action statted a rovr, and three ofhor Chinamen m the shop a fzing broomhandlea went to the i aSßJFtanco of Wong t ßhee and belabored Elliott over the head and shou'dern. filliott'escap d In'o the street, but cot bofore he had reoeived several sovore 6c *lp wounds from which blood flowed freely A lar^e crowd collected round the sbop, »nd^ the windows were broken by stones. Ultimately the polioo cleared the thoroughfaro Tho Chlnamon will bo prooaedod against. Crown laud Sales. At a mooting of the L<ind Board the present mode of disposing of Crown 1 ands was discussed: One member expressed the opinion that they should be pat np to publio auotion. It deoided tonpply to the Governmoi U of New Sooth Wales and Victoria for information as to the system adopted m thoso colonies. The Governor, 5 Wbison, August 30. It fo stated that Lord Onslow has leased 11 Tbe OHff«," the property of Mrs Andrew Riohraond, up to the end of Ootolnr, and will reside thero with hla family as bood as Lord Oranloy can leave his present quarters. ! The Concealment Case. Dunbdin, Anqast 30, The oharge of concealment of birth »j?a'nßt Marcarot Hoado was dismissed o-dap, tho B^noh upholding Sir Robait S out's o intention tbufc tha body Invlnjr been plaoad la a oupboatd whoro It o mid e«»IIy be discovered there had bean no ■eoret disposition;

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian., Volume VII, Issue 2213, 30 August 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian., Volume VII, Issue 2213, 30 August 1889

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