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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[per press association.] 9Xlnl»r*Hatl nor«m«iiti. Wellington, October 21. It is cxpected'Captain Russell will rtturn from Napier to-morrow. Mr Fergus .will probably leave for the South this afternoon. Buffer Exp+rt Mr Dous, a native of Denmark, and butter expert, has been appointed temporarily to assist Mr Sayers, Government instructor in dairy matters, in overtaking the work of the Department. .Inlund Uf«'W«» Attcklaxd. October 21. Arrived—Torea, from Ilaratonga. She brings news that the natives of Mangaai Island, Hervey group, intend to,;expel white traders from the Island, including Messrs Donald and Ed en borough's agent. Suicide Joseph Baxter, aged 45, a married'man, formerly a hotelkeeper at Dunedin, and who recently arrived from Queensland, shot himself through the head at six a.m. at Kyber Pass. He had been unfortunate in speculations. Urttvy ThniiitrrAtortii. A heavy thunderstorm occurred Jast night, accompanied by a tremendous downpour, flooding all the low-lying streets. The lightning fused a gas-pipe at the Thames Telegraph Office, and set the gas ablaze. The operator succeeded in extinguishing the blaze without any serious damage.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2549, 21 October 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2549, 21 October 1890

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