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. • \VEU PRESS ASSOCIATION.] ? Fatal Arclilcnt. Haweka, September 30. A yo mig man named Birket was killed "while felling bush near Kaponga on Mpndf iy,. ._ ..,".. ■'-. j , ; - : J»«-»tl» of s»n OKI Colonlmt; ; 1 The ' deuth is announced of Daniel Climif >, Civil Engineer, well-known in connection wifch the Wellington dr*finage schec ac, and the firsb surveyor of the We^ington-Manawatu Railway. .«>liipi>iti^'. Wellingtonj September 30. Tb.e Tekapo, which arrived from Sydney this morning, brought 174 passengers— 74 for Wellington, 57 for Lyttelton, a»d 43 for Dunediu.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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