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LATE TELEGRAMS.

(C.g Telegraph.—Press Association.) DIVORCES (.WASTED. WELLINGTON, this day. ! g In the Divorce Court to-day decrees ■ absolute were made in the following ' * cases: Ada Patton V. Da.vid l'atton, Ada. ' - Lucy Murch v. (.'OO. Frum-i Murch' and Cico. Rickard v. Beatrice Kickard. 0 EXCITING STKEET BCEXE. j ? 1 1 VVKLLIXGTOX, this day. Z Cuba-street was the scene of an, excit--1 ing- arrest on Saturday night. A con- '■• stable was attempting to take into cus- _ tody a drunken man who resisted violent- * ly. The latter was encouraged by sev--1 eral persons in the crowd, which con--6 sisted of over three hundred people. After " tin exciting scene the inebriate and c three others were arrested. They were t brought before the Court to-day and fined amounts ranging from £2 to £5. 1 For inciting the man to resist, one of J tlic defendants was also sentenced to a . month's iiniirisomuent. n DROWNING AT PAI/MERSTOX F 9 PALiLERSTOX, this day. c The body of a man hasbeon found on 0 tFie beach below thn Esplanade. From letters iv his pocket, it is believed, to r be that of W. V. Tiavil&nd, late porter - Ha.stie'3 Hotel. Feilding, and Hod"gin's Hotel, Lower Hutt. The body had been . in the. water about three weeks. The * coat pockets were full of stones.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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