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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(per press association,)

Tha S.S. Galrloch. New Plymouth. Sentember 19. The r. 84 Gatrlooh still lies on the north spit at'tbe entranoe of the W_ltara river. An attempt was made to haul her off, but without suooess, and she will now have to remain till spring tide, about Sunday next. Her position at present is not considered a dangerous one. Mining Auckland, September 19, A meeting of the oyndfoate owning the Sylvia olaim at Upper Tararu was hold yesterday. De Soheidel, general mansgrr I of the New Zealand Gold Extraction Company stated that he had visited the mine and congratulated tbe shareholders op the faot that ho had found thoro a big lode of vory valuable ore. It Is said that this find Is likely to be of tbe greatest Importance and If It comes up to expectations a revival In mining will result. Piled Gibhorne, September 19. J. R. Scott, of tho Masonio Hotel, manager of the Maori football team, has filed his sohedule. Sculling. Wel_inc»ton, September 19. Hearn has aooepted 0. Stephenson's ohailengo to row for £100 aside and the championship of New Zaaland. Ho haß named Wellington as the plaoe. and February 'as the month. This has been cabled to Warboy, Stephenson's agent. Serious Accident A waiter at the Olub Hotel, Lambton Qaay, fell from the top storey this morning while oleaniug a window and reoeived lOonoussion of tho brain apd injury to tha spine and other huvts. Ha is not expected to live. ' -"■ '} r

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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