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To-day's Telegrams.

United Presa Association—By Electric Telegraph •cv,,., " Qbjboene, May 27 tJ • rmfin, wcre yesterday each fined £1 fo^omffm hotels on Sunday. i. wo sheep farmers wore each fined a notmnat sum for exposing for sale sheep aaec © i with lice. la each instance the sheep had been dipped at the proper time, but the dip was ineffective. Wellington, May 27 Several prisoners were sentenced by the t « Jußtic9 yesterday. Francis Henry Jeffery, for forgery and uttering, was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment ; beorcje Hickton, for forgery, was admitted to probation; Joseph Hiffe, for breaking and entering, was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment; and P. W. Howe!l, for theft from a dwelling to ten months' imprisonment. Afe Waihi, several cases of typhoid and soarlefc fever were lately reported, two proving fatal. Local doctors are protesting against the, action of the Council m abolishing the rubbish carts service, and have sent a remonstrance to the District Health Officer. Christchurch May 27 Mr Righton, secretary of the New Zealand Exhibition, received the first application for space (366 feet) th-s morning. Wanganut, May 27 At the Police Court this morning George | Adams was fined the full penalty of .£lO for procuring liquor for a prohibited perron. Magistrate Stanford remarked that while he was inclined to deal leniently with prohibited persons who got liquor for themselves ho considers! other people who procured liquor for them were brutes, and deserved the highest punishment the law law could permit. Dunedin, May 27 At the close of the Premier's Naseliy address a resolution was unanimously carried thanking tha Premier for addressing the people and expressing the fullest confidence m him and the Government. The Premier was subsequently entertained at a sapper m the Council Chambers. He speaks at Omakan to-night.

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To-day's Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905

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To-day's Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905

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