[per pbess association.] Accident. Auckland, July 17. Captain N earing, a siitevedove, was
seriously injured this morning on the barque Largo Bay, by a heavy plank striking him. Went Count Coal Dispute. Gbeymoxjth, July 17. The Brunner correspondent of the " Argus " says it would appear as if there were some truth m the report that the Wiillsend mine will be closed. Tenders are being called to remove the boiler from the Wallsetad mine to the Brunner mine. So far the difficulty seems far from settlement. Burgriar.y. Oamaru, July 17. Last night a man named John Palmer, broke into the Post Office, but got nothing for his trouple. The man, who left his boots behind him, was captured early this morning by Detective O'Brien. Kffert* of Education. Duntsdin, July 17. The Education Board has appointed a Committee, on Dr Stenhouse's motion, to enquire into the injurious effects of school life, with a view, to checking physical d-g erioration. The mover urged gymnastics, dancing, and curtailment of hours of study aa palliatives.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 17 July 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 17 July 1890
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