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(Per Press Association.) A Fraud. Auckland, To-day. At the Police Court to-day, Purcell, a contractor, a bankrupt, was charged by the trustee with two offences of removing goods in his estate. He was also charged with forging a promissory note for L3OO. The cases were remanded. A Penny a Dip. The City Council have resolved to charge a penny admission to the new Corporation baths. ■ Harvest Prospects in the North. The grain crops in all parts of Auckland ape’ unusually gofld, ; s?hs Wairarapa J^acgf. WBLLfNGXOJSr, To-day. About 600 people were present a£ |l}C second day’s sport provided by the Wairg--rapa Racing Club. The Hurdle Raoe was won by The Agent, with Kangaroo second, and Koha third. Haven also ran, and threw his rider. Petrttchio won the Maiden, Plato, with Whitau second, and Elfreda third.

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NEW ZEALAND, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 266, 11 February 1881

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 266, 11 February 1881

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