(Per Press Association.** • AUCKLAND, this day. Margaret Allen, aged 40 years, who fell from a train from Taupiri to Auckland eight days ago, died m the hospital this morning. She evidently fell from a carriage at the entrance to the Parnell tunnel, and had evidently been run over by a train. She sustained shocking injuries* and lay m agony all night. The Tutanekai sailed this morning In search of the missing schooner Jubllee7 • WELLINGTON, this day. At the Taupo Totara Commission, F. G. Dalziell said the company would welcome a Government proclamation taking oyer the railway line. If this were done the state would get the lfne at half cost If an arrangement could be come to for future acquisition it would suit the company test, as the line was necessary at present for the transport of its timber. The settlers, of course, desired Immediate Government acquisition so that they may have Government railways. An arrangement to' suit the settlers might be come to with the State, it was impossible to estimate the value bf the line 15 years hence because the timber yalues question entered so largely' into the computation. ' '/ ' THE SHAREMARKETWELLINGTON, this day. Banks— New Zealand, seller 492s 6dUnion, buyer 2525, seller 2545; National Mortgage, .seller loos; insurance— Seller New Zealand 28s, British 172s Gil; Refill crating Co., 20s paid, buyer 42s 6d; do: 10s paid, buyer 21s m seller 22s- Ilud-dart-Parker seller 47s 6d; Union Steam buyer 19s 6d, seller 20s 9d; Westport seller 29s ex div.; Walhi. buyer 31s 6d'l seller 33s 3d.— Herald Special
Gifts for Xmas.— Best value and prices right. Cheapest house for Stainless Knives.— Gordon, Jeweller, opp. B«»ink Remember that all Repairs to Jewellery and Watches are executed quickly and thoroughly by expert tradesmen when left with A. Stoneham and Co., Diamond House.* Mangapapa residents, — Here's another special chance for you to get Boots and Shoes for ,ovory walk m life. Mother, father, boys and girls can get 'fitted out at Sale Prices. Now offering lots of lines at astonishingly low figures. — H, J. Andrew the Maneapapa Boot Shop.* A special sale will be held daily at Good's sample rooms, when £1300 worth of drapery, etc., wil! be sold at wholesale prices. Particulars of bargains m silk sports .coata, skirts, bloueeß, elo.» will b 8 fouhd ou page 4.*
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INTERPROVINCIAL,, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 15377, 23 November 1920
INTERPROVINCIAL, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 15377, 23 November 1920
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