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TO- DAY'S TELEGRAMS

♦ (PBB FBBSS ASSOCIATION.) No Evidence. Napier, September 11. A man named Riohsrd Tarpey, remanded on Thursday nn n ohnr^a of forgery, was brought up this morning and dUotiorged, a telegram from the AnokUnk police Btatln?; it would be difficult to teoure ihe neoeanary wltnp«neß. A Narrow Escape. Dunedin. WoiAotnbir 12. Jaob nftor tbo theatre performance bognn Irtßt nluht a loud explosion was he.'ird In tbn vio'nl'y of M»nao street. It torned ont that Frahm, Blond Holt's Bcoiio manager, whl'o *«d jrietinef on fndlarnbbcr tnbo rooDcotnd well » o's'ern for carrying gas to the otflße for lime llphk purpoais Inadvertently brought a Haired match In contact with tho gun. Frahm was Ihrown to tho roof a dlatanco of e'ehtoen feet, but except, for a, few fl ah woundfl on hfo leg, he escaped unlnjarod. An aafiiatant escaped slightly tinged, Fire. Bortinfi's ntore aod udjotnlog buildings at Waikari wns hnrnt down Insurances - -National £750 (reinsured £250. Norwich Union snd Fqrihablo £200 each,' A Comet. A large ooraet waa vialblo from the, Queenetown district nt 8 o'olook last nlghfc, Ita position waa different from any seen before, being almost perpend lcnlar. It appears In a north- easterly diieotjon ff O m

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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