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Beer Duty Act. Masterton, April 11. John Butemunt, brewer, was fined in the minimum penalty of £50 and costs yesterday, before the R.M., for infringement of the Beer Duty Act, in neglecting to make a correct entry of beer delivered, The whole of the plant and afcock was also cqnfiscated, Printer* Association Christchurch, April 11. The first annual meeting of the Christchurch Master Printers Association was held yesterday. Boat miiisliigr Invercargill, April 11. Three men-left here in a half-deoked boat for Dune.din qn March 23rd, and have not since been heard of. A gale came on after they sailed, and it is feared they have been drowned at sea. It is stated that they knew nothing about the configuration of the coast, and it is improbable they have put into any bay. Alleged ln*uri*iice Frand. A man named Charles Calderwood has been arrested in Australia on a charge of attempting to defraud a Life Insurance Company of £1000, by getting a friend to report his death by drowning and claiming the money, It is believed he is identical with a man of the same name who got 12 years here \n 18?6 for fche attempted niurder of a cabman, named Hugh Duddy, at Duck Creek, with a view to robbery, the victim having a large sum of money in his possession. Five years ago Ducldy was drowned mysteriously in the Estuary.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2398, 11 April 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2398, 11 April 1890
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