Second Edition. TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS
[per press association] Ohristchorch, October 31. The Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals passed a resolution today in favour of the erection of public slaughter yards as tending to dimmish cruelty to animals. Alfred Le Campeon fell from a dray yesterday and fractured his skull. He never recovered consciousness, and died to-day. WbllingtO k, October 31. Charles Cresa, occupier of the place raided by detectives on Sunday night pleaded guilty at the Police Court thu. morning to the charge of keeping a gaminghouse. He was fined *.£>. Auckland, October 31. Frederick Hunter, a married man, who has been in a despondent frame of mmcl because of no work, cut his throat with* razor to-day, in spite of the exertions ot his wife to prevent him. The injury is not expected to be fatal. ' The saddlers have decided' to discontinue the strike levy on the ground that the strike is practically at an end.
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Second Edition. TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890
Second Edition. TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890
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