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Judge Not.— Don’t judge a man by his family connections, for Cain belonged to a very good family—the best there was. Improving. —City editor to dissolute reporter : “ It’s a p ; ty you should go on so. Be a man, and keep sober, and you might make j 7 our mark.” Dissolute reporter ; ‘ ‘ Can (hie) do more’n that now ; can write my name.”

The Roasted Maori. —Recently an old Maori was literally roasted ever a fire by another near Napier. The “ ceremony ” was performed in the belief that the devil had got into the unfortunate native, and required burning out. The old man has now died, and the native who roasted him is awaiting tidal at Napier fur assault. The death of the victim will probably alter the charge against the prisoner.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 110, 8 June 1880

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 110, 8 June 1880

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