.—* __ [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Sudden Weath of a Hoy. Auckland, July 14. On Saturday afternoon a number of lads started on a "hare and hounds" chase on the Western suburbs. One of them, an "hound," was a lad named. Thomas Wilson, son of Mr Wilson, shoemaker. The lads kept running and walking at short intervals for an hour and a half. They had run up hill from Cotus Creek for the finish when Wilson suddenly said, "I am done," and fell senseless, all efforts to restore him being fruitless. Charg-ci of Murdwi*. Gisbornb, July 14. At the Police Court William Black, a laborer, was charged on the information of Constable Riddell with the murder, about the month of March, of Robert Streeter, at What&tutu. Mr Booth, R.M., granted a remand till Monday, 21st inst. §ui<-iil«. 11 Westport, July 14. A man named Edward Hickey committed suicide by hanging at Cape Foulwind last evening. 1 li« inuaoiiic JBrotlMirliootl. Invkrcargill, July 14. At a meeting of the Victoria Masonic Lodge, 1.C., a resolution was passed protesting strongly against the establishment of a Lodge in New Zealand under the Grand Orient of France, and expressing surprise at the want of patriotism displayed by several prominent Masons in the colony. Futal .Acc-ldnnt. William Mcc, a settler in the Chatton district, was thrown from his horse, receiving injuries from which he died.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 14 July 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 14 July 1890
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