(By Telegraph—Press Association.) SI/T-GB.OG SELLING. WELLESTGTOJf, this day. David Stewart was to-day fined £5 on a charge of selling beer without a license. The accused obtained a cask of beer and placed it in the scullery of an, unoccupied house, where a number of thirsty men soon gathered. Stewart, according to the Inspector of Police, wasdoing a brisk trade. A MAN DROWNED. INVEKCARGIXL, this day. •The body of Thomas' Crawford, aged 50 years, a single man, was found on the Eivcrton beach 'this morning. It is supposed that he was seized with a fit and drowned by the rising tide. Deceased was a remittance man. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. NEW PLYMOUTH, this day. A cable received by local agents of a well-known London produce firm states that prices for dairy produce have now touched their lowest.. Prospects for the coming season's butter and cheese are very good. Customs revenue for August totalled £3795, compared with £2543 in August, 1906. GISBORNE, this day. Whilst the steamer Haupiri was shipping a motor launch at Port Awanui on Sunday, after working cargo, a heavysea struck the launch and unshipped it from the davit hooks. The boat -swamped from the stern and sank. There is not much prospect of her being recovered. CHEISTCHURCH, this day. " A young woman, named Mcllroy, wife of a platelayer, died suddenly at Staircast Gully on Friday. An inquest was held at Springfield on Saturday, and a verdict of death from natural causes was returned.