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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBB PBSSB ASSOCIATION, ) Sudden Deaths. uisbobns, (September 12, An old gentleman named Bobt, Pres- ' ton, who with his family recently arrived ' ia this district from Otago, died suddenly ' yesterday. He walked some distance oat ' m the oountry to visit some friends, and was m their orchard looking at the trees when he fell dead. Death is supposed to be the result of apoplexy or paralysis. Woodvihe, September 12. ! Captain Bry.-nt, engineer for tbe Mabarabara Qoppe? mine, was found dead on the back Btalroase of tha Maaonlo : Hotel this morning. He arrived by train from Napier last night. Heart disease Is ' the supposed omse of death. Mr Fergus 1 Constituents. 1 Donedin, September 12. A public meeting at Queenetown carried a resolution of confidence m rion Mr Fergus and expressing a high sense of his integrity m the public sorvioe.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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