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Auckland, May 15. Mr Voscy Stewart has met with a painful accident;, receiving a severe kick from a house. Mr Stewart is one of the candidates for the To Aroha seat. Influenza prevails at the Kohimarama Industrial School, and about twenty children are suffering from the complaint. Two others have been attacked by typhoid fever. The water-logged brig Wild Wave at Kaipara, is found to bo hopelessly damaged. She will probably boabandoned. The tide in flowing through her as she'lies at Helensvilie. A survey was made yesterday on behalf of the captain. -. ' Wellington, May 15. The Governor is on a visit to Featherston, and it is stated that he intends renting a residence fN-rc . no"i «]--"t:rT b">\. Wi,«, im■:■:■, M.ii I.V An accident occurred at a crane working at the granite quarry, Cape Foiilwind, this afternoon. A man named Samuel Grant had his wrist broken, and another man named Donaldson was injured about the legs. Dunedin, May 15. At the City Court a lad named Williams was fined 50s, and costs, for selling milk adulterated by removing cream to a point below the requirements of the Act. The ■ proprietors of the Shag Point colliery are proceeding civilly for the ejectment of those • miners on' strike. who are in occupation'of their houses. Inveroargill, May 15. James Gray, shoemaker, of East Invercargill, was found t dead in a chair this afternoon in his own house. The decersed was an old resident and much respected.' He was a native of Ayrshire, and seventy-one years of \ age. He had not been known to be suffering from any disease likely to cause sudden death. , [
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890
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