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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[per press association.] fteir.nre o* Fetrolenm Worlt«. Gjsbqkke, July 15. Bailiffs, at the suit of several Giaborne tradespeople, are m possession of the South Pacific Petroleum works until claims, amounting to £110, are satisfied. J.UM^vorm m Welling-**** Province. Wellington, July 10. It is reported that lung-worm has made its appearance m the flocks m Wellington Province, and that the mortality is great. Vat.illty at Sea. . The Ruf pehu, from London, »mvea at

mid-night. An unfortunate incident occurred the day after the vessel left London. "When off Hastings, a fireman named Hagan jumped overboard, and m lowering the boats to go to the rescue a seaman named John Mackenzie fell into the water. All efforts were made to rescue the two men, but without success, and after cruising round the spot for an hour the steamer resumed her voyage. Th« Wolling-ton Poisoning- Cas« The inquest on Mrs Bennett was resumed this morning. The youn? man Cumberworth, formerly assistant to Fitzgerald, chemist, said he had no recollection of filling the morphia bottle. He had filled a number of jars, but could not recollect anything about them. The jury returned a verdict of " accidental death/ and acquitted everyone of blame. Shipping-. Port Chalmers, July 15. Arrived -Rio Loge, brig, Capt. Matthews, 60 days from Mauritius, with cargo of 310 tons sugar. She experienced heavy S. and S.B. gales, and high sea on June 9. ft Joseph Hoult, a.b., died from general debility during the voyage. ltpatit of n P»rJUwiu«ntiiry Petitioner | Auckland. July 15. B. B. Hanniford, who has had petitions before former and present sessions of the House concerning a windmill turret lighthouse, the design of which he says Government appropriated, died to-day. l>iT«»rc« Court In the Divorce Court this morning the Chief Justice made rule absolute m Neilson v Neilson and Malcom v Malcolm. Political. Dtjnedin, July 15. Messrs W. Hutchison and C. S. Reeves are mentioned as candidates for Dunedin suburbs. lH>rcy $pa«onii Justice. At the City Police Court this morning Charlotte Hooper, a widow and mother of five children, was charged with the larceny of a postal order for £6. It appeared that the woman was without food and firing, and finding the order on the street, purchased blankets, wo«d. and coal. Her children were almost starving. Accused was convicted, and ordered to come up for sentence when called on.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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