t (per press association. Auckland, July 14. A sailor named Arthur Hardinge,;of the barque Largo Bay, fell from the main yard to-day, fracturing his skull. He died m the hospital. In a juvenile football match George Green was thrown by a lad, who fell on him, breaking his leg. There was a crowded attendance at the Orange soiree to-night. Grand Master Farrell presided. A resolution was moved by the Key E. Best, seconded by J. E. Buller, of Wellington, and carried unanimously, approving of the policy of the Salisbury Government m Ireland, and especially of the action of Mr Balfour, the Chief Secretary. New Plymouth, July 14. An accident happened as the 4 p.m. train was leaving New Plymouth istation to-day. An old German woman named Omanski, an inmate of the Old Woman's Refuge, was on the, train seeing some relative off, and the train started from the station as she was about to get out. She jumped off while the train was m motion, and broke her leg. She was taken, to the Hospital. •Dunedin, July 14. Reid, Maclean and Co have sold the Branton Estate, belonging to the late Mr L. Butterworth, comprising 5222 acres, ab Centre Hill, Southland, to Mr J. Scoular, at a satisfactory price.
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890
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