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LATEST TELEGRAMS.

[PER PKESS; ASSOCIATION.]

,'' ' . ". Auckland, June 27. Faitnl Ciim-A.c«-I«!«nt William Davies, a half-caste, was but shooting at Yakahue, when he.drew his gun towards him, and the hammer, catching in a root, caused an explosion, and Davies was,shot through the breast j and he died at once. AtMotir ■' Ohare, a well-known' athletic trainer and footballer, has broken a blood-vessel, and is in a critical state. fjr JLif* Jlaftn The Northern Steamship Company supply their steamers with fourteen liferafts, each of which will carry fifteen people. The raft is made of two cylinders of galvanized iron. A. Wif« J»e««r*«ir William McKechie, charged with deserting his wife and five children'at Rangiora, was remanded, and goes South by the Monowai to-day.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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