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STOP PRESS ITEMS.

TUAPEKA ITEMS,

(From Our Own Reporter.)

LAWMENCE, November 10. Miss Kuby Jones, who is a milliner m urn employ of Mr Wjumill, draper, oi .Lawrence, met with a nasty accident last evening. She was taking a lesson in riding a horse, when the horse surled on .if a cantor and sue 101 l on the ham road, causing a compound um-tarc 'Ol lae ngnt ankle. Miss dones was conveyed to tile local hospital, and is getting ultras weu as can bo expected. iuo Lawrence to Lcaiunoni railway line will soon oc ready ior iraiiic. Om> oi tlie ballast engines took us departure to-day, and lae oilier one will follow in the course oi a week or id days.

Tho political campaign lor tms part oi the Bruce electorate opens hero next Tuesday evening, when the Liberal candidate will address electors. Tho lion. James Allen speaks on tno loliowiug evening.

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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