[per press association.] Acrlci«ittnl l>c»tli. Auckland, August 11. A telegram was received here this morning that Charles Gould, who hud just taked possession of Dr Campbell's estate at Whakatano, which he had purchased for £51,000, iiad been found dead at "Whakatane, He had been shot, and it is supposed, accidentally. Valuable Mineral Oi««>«»v««r.r. Palmkrtton North, August 11. A valuable mineral discovery m reported on the property of Mr Thompson m Man.-uvatu Gorge, where prospecting has revealed the existence of a reef of copper
ore 20ft wide, with a back of 500ffc. The j reef is mainly composed of ore containing i rich copper sulphide, and is with ten I chains of Gorge Bridge. The samples locally tested give good results, and a quantity is being sent to Sir James Hector for a report. Vimaru Election. TIMAKU, August 11. At the nomination to-day, three candi-^. dates were proposed, viz., Messrs E. G. ' Kerr, Hall-Jones, and Aplin, MrTwomey having refired. The show of hands was m favor of Hall-Jones. The poll takes place next Monday. It is stated that the Unions will give a block vote. 111-tr«i*tui«nt »t ul Cliild. DUNEDIN, August 11. Mrs Dreaver has been further remanded, the child being unable to appear. Jklr*s at tlttt JHluft". Bluff, August 11. A fire occurred here at four a.m. this morning by which a two-storied building, occupied by Sutton, boarding-house keeper, and Kennedy, hairdresser, was burnt. Nothing was saved by the occupants, and Mrs Sutton was severely burnt. It is unknown how the fire originated. Kennedy was insured with the New Zealand Insurance Company for £150.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2488, 11 August 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2488, 11 August 1890
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