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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[jPBR I'EJJSS ASSOCIATION.] Ctood 'Brew* W**r Manual J,nl»or«r». Masterton, August 26. There is a great demand for labour m the bush districts at the present time. Good wages are offered for bush-fellers. One property owner alone has signified his willingness to take on 200 men at a shilling per hour, but cannot get th em. JMracv off C rtl»l<-grams. Wellington, August 26. v ! At Gisborne this morning a conviicto was entered by arrangement m the second case, Atack v Jones, for piracy of cablegrams. A fine of £17s and costs was imposed. Argument follows at the Supreme Court, Auckland. VUk TOiiMtng- flitrqiMt Anaaye. The Insurance Companies interested m the missing barque Assaye held a meeting on Saturday night, when it was decided pay all claims on cargo to-morrow. Xlif JXiitt hiHoii Cltwrg-e*. The writ issued by Sir F. Whitaker against Mr Hutchison, M.H.R. for Waitotara, has been served on the latter by a solicitor's clerk. Wellington is named as the place where the trial takes place.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890

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