[per pbess association. ] ; "' " Patea, May ' 6. The body of Miss Brown, (aged 17, reported missing since Saturday, has ,been discovered in a dam known as Sherwood's l»rlco of mont. "i • Wellington, May' 6. In consequence of the public agitation the ■ butchers have reduced the present price of meat from hd to Id per-lb. - '' ; Arl>i(lrasi!«n. ! " Mr J. E. Fitzgerald Oompfci-oUer General will act as the third arbitrator in the Petone Woollen Factory dispute; -ESctatll ofitn <&Ut liuHitU'lU. ■ fFrT«7"7—r-—r. X.W6. old and- •■ :-. , . i <:•/,■■', Mr Solomon Nashelski died 'about "midnight, aged 6S. He was a native of Russian Poland, came to Victoria in 1852, to Ofcago in 1862, and to Christchurch in 1864.;' He was a member of the, Canterbury Lodge (E.C.), and also of the Canterbury Kihvinning Royal Arch Chapter. He haves a widow and five children. ;■ ■ The cabmen to-day interviewed Garstin, railway manager, who after a long discus- , sion offered that Constable Kelly should have nothing to do with "the cabs inside or outside the station, pending an enquiry, 6o be held as soon as possible. The deputat:6n laid this before the cabmen,, who deferred its acceptance till the meeting to be held this evening. Dunbdin, May 6. A man named Finlayson, who was injured through'a cart overturning a monthago, died in the hospital to-day. i* ' ' ' ■ K<juiJi»l|»l« liiMirnncf. Two young women havo filed a petition co avoid further calls in- the Equitable Insurance Company, . S»«»:rtl>. Intelligence has been received of the death in Australia of F>, Roberts; formerly of Dunedin. .' - > I
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890
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