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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PBR PRESS A8800IAT.OH. )

The Gall-loch New Plymouth, September 20. Tbe Galrlooh remains ln the lame poaltion on Iha north side of the Waltara river, aboat eighty foot from the channel. Attempts have been made to haul her off, but she would not move. She li not lo • dangerous position, and Is expeoted to fl ).t when the spring tides make. Prorogation of Parl'ament . WsLLiiraiON, ISeptember 20 Parliament la prorogued by "Gaaatte" proclamation to Deoember 19.

. Dog Tax ln the Chatham's Tba HiueutM leaves fo* tbe O.ia.ham Ii lands to-night, taking four or five members of tbe permanent force, who will aot as extra police and enforce the collection of dog tax.

_ L _, Wellington Harbor The Harbor Board have had « valuation of thoir properties made showing a total of £56,581, whioh ls considerably nndtt t .at of the oily vainer. This doei not In* e'nde wharves

Wellington Baelng Olub The Wellington Raaing Olub bat deoided to reduce Its meetings to five days during the year, two eaoh m tbe Spring aod Summer, and one ln the Winter. The Spring meeting will be held daring the same weak as the Show.

m*_ ™ Piro The Proylnolal Hotel, Upper HqU, wal burned down at 3 a.m., the oause of the fire being a defeotive chimney. The building was Inaurod In the London and Linoaihire offioi for £750, aod In the Colonial for £300. The stock and furniture were insured (n the New Zealand offioe for £500, and In tho Union for £100. Rloha 'ds. the licensee estimates bis Joss at £300. The Inmates had a narrow escape. Several other baildings were slightly damaged.

Death

Dunedin, September 20. Thomas Stevens, aged 15, died at the Industrial Fchool this morning. Deceased had been an Inmate of tbe institution and had been lloensed out, but being taken unwell, was returned to the school a few hours before he died.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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