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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[per press association.]

land for Settlement.

1 Tibiaru, May 27; Thirty or forty lots of Crown land, the leavings of former periods and purchaser, comprising river beds, steep facings, and rocky hillsides, were open to application to-day, and, though the land was so poor there was quite a rush of applicants. Shipping- CitMUKlty. ' Auckland, May 27. Telegrams from Russel state that the steamer Richmond, three weeks overdue, was spoken by the Arawata on the coast early this morning. Her crank shaft was broken but all on board were well.

11i« Kamo Mine

It is reported at Whangarei that the Kamo mine has been purchased by an English syndicate.

Wa»h«d Up. The hull of H.M.S.^ Orpheus, which was wrecked at the Manukau heads in 1863, was washed up this morning at the heads. The vessel went down with all hands. The hull was purchased at the time by Captain Daldy, and he goes out tomorrow to claim his purchase. Vlic Jubilee

The steamer Jubilee is oii the^coast, and arrived from Sydney this evening. JFor«-cIo*«Ml.

Government to-day took possession of the Kaihu Valley railway, over which they have a mortgage to secure the sum of nearly £50,00 advanced.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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