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(Prr Pitßss Association.)

GiSborne, September 2. At the lr quest on the body of an old man named William Davy, a stathn band, the evldenoe went to show that deosased had been drank and took a small dose of Bough on Rats to take away the r fteots of his carouse.

WiBUtwoTON, September 2 Information baa been received at Government Home that Lord Oranley has been Buffering for the last two or three days from troublesome pains In the lower extremities. Lord Onslow therefore proceeded to Nelson by the Penguin at 1 o'olook this aftaroooc accompanied by Mr Walrond, private seoietary. There does uofc seem to ba any oonneotion between Lord Oranley s p-eaeat complaint and his late Illness.

Nelson, Septemner 2. •-'. A false report has emanated from Wei. lington ss to the oondltlon ef Lord Oranley, who li stated there to htve a relapse, As a faot, Lord Qranlsy Is progressing favorably} nnd sat ap to-day for the first time. It appearß that he suffered from slight rheumatic pnlra on Satarday, but this was not looked on as of moment. The Governor has been expected here slnoe Tuesday last-..

It Is reported thataoab has broken ont (n'a small flook of 500 hoggetß rannlag bythemeelvea at Black Valley, a distinct pottion of the run of Mr John Kerr, of the Lake, Tbe Inspector was common!oa'ed with at onco, and means adopted for the prevention of the apreid of dliease.

Dunedin, September 2. Number of peraons are interesting themselves m the oase of the Agnews, but the subscriptions are inadequate nnleas the Government give a aubsldy of £1 for £1, If th'a Is granted it Is believed the mottgagoe's claim on tho land o»n be olowcd off, nod a li tie remain to give the oocfylo to go on the ground.

The Joint Committee In oonneotion with the Talloreaaes' Union had a very long flitting to-night to consider the Items la the log under dispute The Tallcroaaes Union members were euooesfiful m the caßo of overooata, but the other eidc gained their point m oonneotion vrlth the juvenile clothing and also with elope, the tnlloresttes gaining the case with order vest!. This Bottled the matter, nnd the preßsers' log wts ooualdorerl, bat not rauoh progcosa was maae. Tbo faolorlos all reaumod work on tha new log to-day.

The moat perfeot pendulum ever constructed ia probably that m the University of Glasgow. A shot a sixteenth of an inoh m diameter is suspended, by a single fine silk fibre two feet long, m a glass tube three.fourtha of an inoh m internal diameter, the air being exhausted to about one ten-millionth. Starting with a motion of a quarter of an inoh to either Bide of the oentre, the vibrations may be counted fitter ft Period o! foqrleeq tourj,

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2216, 3 September 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2216, 3 September 1889

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