[per pbess association.] Wangantji, April 17. At a meeting of the Tongariro Lodge, No. 705, E.C., to-riighfc, ifc was unanimously decided not to support the Grand Lodge movement. Wellington, April 17. A settler named Eton, residing at Manahoe, Pahiatua district, was killed this morning by a tree falling on him..., > At the meeting of the City Council this evening, the following resolution , was carried without discussion, and a copy will fes forwarded to the Colonial Secretary:-^ " That the Council is of opinion that the advantage (if. any) to be obtained | from bringing the Contagious Diseases Act into force locally in Wellington is not commensurate with- the cost, and. further^ is of opinion that to do muoh practical'good | the operation of such an act should be general throughout the colony." Gkeyhotjth, April 17. Robert Ramsey, a well-known miner while working in a sluicing claim in Lower, Taylorville, was caught by a fall of iearth; yesterday afternoon. He died a' fewhours after he was extricated. < • Westpobt, April 17. ! At the Court, Thomas Dollman, late Secretary of the Denniston Oddfellows' Lodge, was charged with embezzling £8 12s of the funds, and remanded. Accused admitted the charge. ' Dunedin, April 17. Information has been received that a young man named Alexander has been lost on the ranges near Nenthorn. A party have gone^out to search for him.. A miner at Saddle Hill named Hugh Miller committed suicide by taking "Rough on rats." He had been ailing for some time past and lately had an attack of influenza. He was a married man, forty five years of age, and a native of Scotland. At the inquest a verdict was returned of death from rough on rats taken while temporarily insane.
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INTERLPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890
INTERLPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890
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