SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondents.) Auckland, last night. THE QUEEN ASSENTS TO ABOLI... [truncated]
Waikato Times, Volume X, Issue 629, 1 June 1876, Page 2
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondents.) Auckland, last night.
THE QUEEN ASSENTS TO ABOLITION BILL. Wellington, last night.
Five more oases of soviet fever have become developed in the Maori Hostelry, Mechanics' Bay. The patients are all dend. George Pollard was committed for trial for stealing 1 a purse. He was an original j shareholder in the Caledonia, and sold to Mr llhsspH for L5O. The r.[oAnatairi meetnig report showed an o erdiufl at the bank of L 4863. Napier, last night. Mr Miller reports having received information from Mr G M WaterhoHSe tluit hch.is disposed of his Castlepoint Station j to Mr Walter Johnson —lo,ooo acres I freehold, fiOO acres leasehold, with about 13,000 qheep, and n ftw cattle and horses ' —for 1,19,500 sterling i !
A despatch fro.n Earl Carnarvon assenting to thr> Abolition Bill is published. The Uoloni.il Architect has imited tenders for the central prison at T.inin iki. CHRISL'CHUUCtr, hst lUght. The Acclimatisation Society Ins voted L5O to co-opemfco ivith Auckl.md for tho iutioduction of salmon from S.m Francisco. Dcncdin, last nighi. ! The " Times" Wellington correspondent tpl<*i»T.iphs that rumours are current that th'j UovL-rnment will propose to Parliament, another loan of six millions, extending over thre° veirs.