[Per United Press Association. 1
WELLINGTON, May 27.
A rumor was widely spread about on Friday to the effeot that the Governor had been thrown from his horse and badly hurt, but on inquiry at Government House the answer was returned that there was no truth in the report. It now appears that it was Mr Garland, tutor to Lord Cranley, who met with the accident. His horse shied and threw him on the Karori road, breaking his collar bone, and severely injuring his shoulder. The City Rifles had an extended trial on Saturday with the Whitney ammunition. The result was quite satisfactory, except that a few cartridges would not fit all the rifles. CHRISTCHURCH, May 27.
The East Christchurch schools which were closed for sanitary improvements in consequence of the prevalence of diphtheria were reopened to-day.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
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