! PRESS ASSOCIATION.) IBariied. to JOeath. Mastekton, September 19. A Maori woman named JHoana, aged 70 , years, was burned to death at a, whare 1 at Akarua last night. Xhv 'JFrlnco Mult Herrlcc. Wellington, September 19. The Harbor Board intend ,to send contractors for the 'Frisco mail service | particulars of the charges and facilities at this harbor. ' ; Overloading-. The Harbormaster has been appointed inspector of deck loading as at Dunedin and Auckland. Onemember of the Harbor Board said ships had frequently left; Wellington over-loaded, and in.a disgraceful way. ' ■' .• . CotonlMl Bwnk. Dunedin, September 19. The Colonial Bank shows net profitslfor the half-year amounting to £16,248 8s lOd. After adding the balance last year, and ! deducting tax on note circulation and property tax, there is available £17,976 9s Bd. The Directors recommend the payment of the customary 6 per cent, dividend, absorbing £14,000.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2522, 19 September 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2522, 19 September 1890
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