TYPHOID IN WELLINGTON.
[From Our Own Correspondent ] WELLINGTON. August G. Typhoid fever is spreading here. _ The latest victim is Mr Rous Marten, editor of the ‘ New Zealand Time?.’
The number of persons interested in the English funds has been increased by 35,000 through the agency of the Post Office Savings Bank; some L 3,000,000 has been purchased through this bank. The ‘ Southland News ’ is responsible for the followingA lady residing in Invercargill lately required a nurse girl. Amongst the applicants was one who was all but engaged, the bar being that her mamma would not allow her to be seen wheeling a perambulator 1 . , i - In a certain town the following placard is affixed to the shutters of a watchmaker who has decamped, leaving his creditors minus: <l Wound up, and the mainspring broke. ’
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TYPHOID IN WELLINGTON., Evening Star, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889
TYPHOID IN WELLINGTON. Evening Star, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889
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