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NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS

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■ . . ; Wesxpokx, Aagasi22. The coal export for the week ending today amounted to 5860 tons 4 owt, made np as follows :— Weatport Coal Company 5176 tons 12 cwt; Cardiff Company 682 18owt. Auobxahd, Angast 22, A number of alleged sly-grog sellisg cases in tha King Codntry ware heard at Te Awamutu. The pases against Bond and Perry were dismissed, while oo« against Mohl was adjourned to enable tha defendant to procure another witness. Wangaitui, August 22. Two ohildren of James Gillespie, '-.."» settler at Upper Waitotara, were killed by a horse. They were riding^ and th» animal swerving fellbvw an embankment with them. , CHRisxckrooH, Angus* ». A private wire states that Ooa^tabla Ward wh lnjare<a by ialllng off the Chrlstch«roh^tt6l*o» trains and died last night. Deceased 'was a single m « m i^ffi* ige, tad wm o* th« tr«

ef retiring fromthe feroe on cosspsnsatton, and contemplated visiting friends in Ireland.- ••■..■ ■■•;;■: -i-rr \- -• ,' C B Mason's office, Amberley, was brokea into oo Frldty and the safe oarried loto the adjoining seofcion and forced open and Ll§ in cash s.toVsn.i ; .. \ , - r .„ A sharp shook' of earthqaake was felt at 4 45 this morning. ,"-;

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NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS, Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAMS Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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