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[per press association.] Whitelaw Remanded. Wellington, To-day. Whitelaw has been remanded till Wednesday. To be Set Free. It is understood that the Hinemoa will leave for Lyttelton this week, to convey to their homes a considerable number of the Maori political prisoners, whom it has been decided to release. Lady Gordon, Lady Gordon is expected to be a passenger by the San Francisco mail steamer from Sydney to Auckland, arriving at Auckland next Thursday. Secrecy of the Census Returns. Some doubts having arriaen as to the secrecy of the census returns, the Regis-trar-General writes to the Times that since he took office the portion of schedules containing names had always been severed from the other portion containing the particulars before the old forms were sent to the paper mills, so that no particulars as to any individual can become known to anyone outside the office.

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NEW ZEALAND., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 321, 18 April 1881

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NEW ZEALAND. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 321, 18 April 1881

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