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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

(FBOlf ODfi OWN COBBBSPOVDBITT.) Dunediw, This day, 5 p.m. The Otago Guardian has obtained the right of advertising on the Otago railways. The Preabj terian Synod met last night. The Rev. Mr Gorr was elected Moderator. Business was commenced to-day.

The wheat harvest has commenced in the Tolcomairiro district.

In the Supreme Court yesterday, in the case of Thomas Hill v. Robert Andrews, of Catlins River damages £SOO, for malicious prosecution, the jury returned a verdict for defendant.

Mr Hill's brother James brings a similar action to-day.

Cleolite and Ariel are scratched for the Dunedin Cup.

Shaw Saville and Co., and the Albion Shipping Company have amalgamated into one Company with a capital of £1,000,000.

CABLEGRAMS. Melbourne. The champion race was wen easily by Pride of the Hills, Breseis and Richmond were nowhere. The latter has split his hoof. London. Latest news is that Turkey decidedly refuses the great powers' proposals and adheres to its counter proposals. Wheat is firm at previous quotations.

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH., Lake Wakatip Mail, Issue 1000, 10 January 1877

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Lake Wakatip Mail, Issue 1000, 10 January 1877

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