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'- ...Wellington, March 31. A charitable aid rate of 3d will be struck this year. Last year it was 2}d. The master printers having formed . an Association,, have advised the City Council that in future they will not tender X for Council work, but 'have submitted a schedule of prices, leaving it to that body to allot work to whom they may choose.
Dunedix, March 31. About 500 Volunteers,-; comprising the. Corps within ten miles of DunediS; fs6 y into camp at Easter.' Colonel-Pit§ wtfl' be present on behalf of the Government to report. <';<.•; f'^viA .?•&.?;;:* ■ It is now reported'that the remain! found at Waikouaiti, in the railway ditch, were those of a gorilla which died while a circus company was passing, through the district, and were placed in'a'bag and thrown into ,the ditch.
An application was made to-day for this rehearing of a case in which £25 damages was given for illness suffered by drinking some ginger ale in which lead wastfr^ient, but owing to the absence of the pldnfeff $ counsel the case was adjourned.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890
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