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'JHiti Kafhu Hallway. Auckland, May 8. It is stated here that the Government have promised to take over and work the Kaihu railway. ( Sadden Death. A man named John McCann was feed-; ing cows at Waiku when he fell dead, it is supposed from heart disease. A«-ci<lent. A youth named Boyne was found lying senseless on the Panmure road suffering from concussion of the brain. It is believed he was, thrown from a horse. PuliiimUl Ittilway. A large representative meeting held at Whangarei urged on the Government the construction of a railway line to Puhipuhi. Kotorua Munaiorium. Messrs Malcolmson and Price's tender of £3000 has been accepted for the reconstruction of the Rotorua sanatorium which was recently destroyed by fire. Appointment. Wellington, May 8. Mr W. N. Blair has been appointed Engineer in Chief and Under-Secretary for Public Works. doing* Away The steamer Tekapo which left for Sydney last night took 320 passengers A. fatal Fall. : - Dunedin, May 8. A girl named Driver, fell over the cliff at Purakanui, and died last night.
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LATEST TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2424, 8 May 1890
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2424, 8 May 1890
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