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TO-DA Y'S TELEGRAMS

[PBE PRESS ASSOCIATION.] . , 2few Z»al»M<t Hcmji. ■„,,, Wellington, October ML - S^The Agent-General, under date. September 16, states that the price of J?ew Zealand hemp continues, steady,, notwithstanding large importations, into England and America throughout the.year. Since January Ist more than 60,000 bales had arrived m London, and about 60,000, %i' America. Stocks had crept up,' anil prices would have gone down ■ bat for advices from the colony pointing to » reduction m shipments. 'filling-* «f tjio' Burqim Annaym. Lyttelton, October 16. The Kahu, from Cliatham Islands, brings news that a quantity of wreckage has been found there, including a lifebuoy with the letters S.S.A.Y. Tho i wreckage includes candle-boxes, port , companion, case of spirits (marked T fit diamond, 68 Wellington), part of piano : cases, cases of varnish marked D ami W, others marked Government Office, Wellington, and marked A 3334625 am- 18*2. It is presumed the wreckage is part of the cargo of the barque Assay©, now posted as missinsr. ' ■

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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