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NEW ZEALAND

(Per Press Asoociation.) The Man Stannard.

Auckland, To-day,

Stannard, wrongfully accused of , the murder of Miss Dobie, was formerly employed at the Manakau saw-mills. He was good-natured and obliging, and was very much liked. Te Aroha.

A large number of men bearing swags left by steamer for Te Aroha last night. Good Work,

TheKaipara Steampship Company’s report shows, after paying interest on overdraft, insurance, and other charges, earnings equal to 15 per cent, per annum on paid-, up capital. All the Girls. All the single women by the Wanganui were engaged in one week. The demand continues. Co-operation. The local manufacturers meet this evening to take steps to open a co-operative store for the sale of their goods. Killing Sheep. Opunake, To-day. Colonel Roberts has wired to Stephenson, the contractor, to come at once to Pungarehu to give evidence against the natives arrested for killing contractors’ sheep. Cole’s Circus. Wellington, To-day. A grand street parade of beasts belonging to Cole’s circus took place through the principal streets this morning. The streets were crowded, and the procession was followed by immense numbers of people. The opening performance is this afternoon. The Great Majority. William Carr, restaurant proprietor, died suddenly yesterday. He was noticed spitting blood, and expired shortly afterwards. He leaves a wife and five children. Nelson, To-day. Hugh Stafford, of Stoke, brother of Sir E. W. Stafford, died yesterday. He was well known in turf circles, and contested the seat for Nelson Suburbs at the last general election. .

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 204, 30 November 1880

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