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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[PER PRESS ],„ '.. •. '.: <*. - ' '■ 'J AA i *T<ew Plymouth Harkcr. " New ; Pjcymooth, June 12. The sandbank which had accumulated at the head of the Jbreakwater^ iii r*he harbor 'is', graduallyJ. disappearing,£&he sand travelling eastward, and the harbor, master notified fo;the.3fcarine Board that vessels can come .near the bank drawing 13 foet at spring tides and;eleven feet at neap. Vessels crossing the, .bank fahduld keep the wharf well open to westward. Mriiortvil "W'lf* Murder, l>y « Mmmrt. Wakganui, June 12. Inspector Pardy is up the Waitotam river investigating a reported case of murder by a Maori, who is said to' have killed his wife,- and broken her back. Fir* . ... Nelson, June ,12. The "Evening Mail's" .ColUngflpod correspondent, telegraphs that Glodhill's Commercial IJotel was burnt down >lasfc night, Insurance—£l2oo \in .NjKftich j Union, , \ V«nii<l Brairacil. \''" OAMARU,June 12. The body of John Mehzies, draper, of

this town, was found floating,in a lagoon at noon to-day. . Decoat&d llias be«n missing since 21st May.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2439, 12 June 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2439, 12 June 1890

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