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NEW ZEALAND

[per press association.] A False Step. Auckland, To-day. A boy named Albert Rickman, while cleaning the windows in the second fPor of Aicken’s medical establishment, incautiously stepped upon and fell through the glass of the verandah to the pavement beneath. He fractured his left wrist. Census Returns. The census returns show an extraordinary increase in Auckland city and suburbs. The population within borough limits, which includes only 650 acres, is 17,730, or an increase of 3,972 in three 3’ears. The population of the suburbs rnrrounding bring up the total of the population of city and suburbs to 38,735, being an increase of 9,377 since last census. The population of the Provincial District is roughly estimated at 05,000, or an increase of 12,339 since 1878.

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NEW ZEALAND, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 336, 5 May 1881

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 336, 5 May 1881

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