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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

. [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] THCr Courtney's Immigrant* New Plymouth, May 1. .Ti/Ix Sadler, a gentleman of means, who first sent his son.out to Taranaki through Mr Courtney's agency and then followed with his family, says Mr Courtney never posed in England as a Government' emiaJation agent. He says Mr Courtney is is not wrong in sending youths from towns out here to learn to become farmers, and one youth told him that his lot in Taranaki was far better than his father's had been at a corresponding age at Home. There are large numbers of these cadets in Taranaki, and with the exception of a few fellows who, when in the colony, won't even suit themselves to the repuire^ mente of farm lifd, all are doing well. fatal JBuflh Accident. Masterton, May 1. A man named Tekler, 22 years of age, has beeu killed at Ekatahuna by a falling tree. finara Harbor Board. TrsiAßir, May 1. A private „ cable states that ShawSaville's Blainr against '-the? Harbor Board, re loss of the ship Lyttelton, on appeal to the House of Lords was dismissed, and cast in all costs. Mm Campbell'* JLeg-ary Dunedin, May 1. IThe terms of Mrs Campbell's dedication of £4000 to the Dunedin hospital are that the interest of the sum be used for providing medical comforts and' nursery to the hospital patients.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890

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