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AUCKLAND, October 24.
Mrs Mary Ann Waldron, the wife of Jacob Waldron, a settler at Pukekohe, died suddenly yesterday evening. NEW PLYMOUTH, October 24. At tho Supremo Court to-day M'Lyon, for stealing a horse, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to six months' imprisonment. Parehaka, a Native, was also sentenced to six months' hard labor for stealing a watch.
WELLINGTON, October 24,
Judgment was given this morning in the sporting case of George Donne v. Joseph Mandel, a claim for LBO 13s 4d, for work done and commissions executed by plaintiff as an expert in connection with race meetings held at Christchurch, Napier, and Dunedin, and for the repayment of L4O lodged with Mandel with reference to a wager on the Australian Cup. A verdict was given for tho defendant with L 3 6s costs.
TIMARU, October 24,
James Clark, aged fifty-three years, who has a wife and nine children, and is a surfaceman on the railway at Makikihi, has been missing since yesterday morning, when he left his home coatless. He had been melaucholy lately, and it is feared that he has made away with himself.
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INTERPEOVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8046, 24 October 1889
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