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{Per Press Association,) The Native Commissioner. Hawera, To-day. Sir William Fox has arrived here. The Government are patching together the two immigration pottages, which are intended for use'as a Courthoilse and land office. Sir William will prpbably have his office here. . . ; r Harvest Prospects. Harvesting operations are going ahead briskly. The caterpillar has appeared on one or two farms, but the damage as yet, is but slight, and if the weather keeps fine good returns may be looked forward to. Appeal Court. Wellington, To-day. • At the Appeal Court this morning, judgments were given in the following cases :—Reid v. Friendly Societies Hall Company (Dunedin)—Appeal dismissed with costs, their Honors failing to see any grounds . for disturbing the decision of ■fudge Williams. National Bank v. Mclntosh (Ohriatchurch)^-J udgtnent was ordered, to be entered up for the amount claimed (L 2,000). The Court then adjourned until Wednesday, , . ...

The Horrible Fire. I '!■. . >- Timaru, To-day; : Hugh Boyd, Patrick Egan', and Janies Commiskey, have been committed for trial for setting fire to a haystack at Mr. Gosling’4 farm at Mount Horrible. The TJrralla-Qlen tones Dunedin, To-day. , The Otago Daily Times says that (Messrs. Proudfoot aud Macfeay are the successful tenderers for the extension of the Great Northern Kailway, ,from Uralla to. Glen Wales,) Ii500;000. ' Arnos Bros, were a few pounds higher, and five out oil the pine tenders sent in were all within LIOO of the successful oho. ' ;; Cutting and Wounding. At Laurence, Ah Boon has been committed for trial for catting and wounding another Chinese. ■ ! ' 1 -

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NEW ZEALAND, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 250, 24 January 1881

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 250, 24 January 1881

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