[per peers association] a Miming: v««m*«. Auckland, October 14 The briVantine Nautilus, overdue here from Gambia group and 'Tahiti, is .given up for lost. 'ih« W>lllufftn» Tr^fff-fly. \Vsixington, October 14. Six young mon from the Hutt, con cerned in the recent fatal affray, wcro before the Court; this morning, charged with throwing stones at the Chinamen's house. It was understood that most of them intended to plead guilty, and have the cases dealt with summarily, but at the last moment it was decided to defend, and the cases were adjourned till next week. 'A'Am Hallway iJoniniJm«loii«r« »n« The Railway Commissioners have de clined to take their men out from the trucks at Lyttelton and put in Unionists to receive Lawrence's coal. There are so many demands for the services of Mr Sayers, dairy expert, that he can not overtake the work, and Government are considering the advisability of appointing an assistant. Fire. ■ A store and five-roomed house at Kurepuna, in the Wairarapa district both unoccupied, and uninsured, were burnt down this morning. The detailed survey of the Makohine section of the central trunk, southern end is now going on. Endeavors are being made to find a deviation by which the necessity for bringing a great ravine 090 feet wide and 220 feet deep will be avoided. Tenders are expected to be out soon. W*»tport Ui»rl»»r Hoard. The net revenue of the Westport Harbor Board available for payment of interest and sinking fund, is £14.000, and steadily increasing. In 1887-88 it was £11,035; in 1888-89 £15,708, and last I year £18,185; _
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
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