(by telegraph.) Noemanby, Feb. 3. The camp at Kaipipi was visited yesterday by a large number of visitors from Hawera and Normanby. The Constabulary, who finished forming the road to Inaha on Friday, and commenced work into the portion between Kaipipi and Kaipokanui on Saturday, were to-d<iy sent to Inaha to form the road between that stream and Waingoiigoro. To-morrow it will be necessary for the men to take their dinner with them, as the distance from camp is too great to allow of their returning. Mr. Oheal is engaged on the survey of the road. It was falsely rumored yesterday that 80 more Constabulary had landed at Opunake. It is reported that two Europeans visited the Native kainga yesterday and insulted one of their -vyoinen. The Europeans were recognised as civilians,
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