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[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Blood Stock. Auckland, Yesterday.. Colonel Oarlyon, an English horse owner, who;. was recently in Auckland, has, arranged with the Auckland Stud OompanyTo send out four of the best brood mares in England toMuaquetand Oap-a-pie, the progeny to be the joint property of the contracting parties. The agreement extends for seven years. A cablegram has been received that the balance of the mares selected by Sir EL Robinson were shipped for Auckland oh the 16th. Te WMti Orating. New Plymouth, Yesterday. The Farihaka meeting was held bn Friday. Three thousand natives jrere present, including 400 recently liberated. Te Whiti, referring to the native prisoners, said that they had not been lost sight of by the Great Ruler .who kept all things in good order. The land was, of course, the cause of all evil, and this month (June) had settled all disturbances about ploughing and fencing.; Now the prisoners were back there must be no more boasting, or they would he sent back to prison.: Everything would now be settled, and they were not to be troubled about anything. From that day men would increase on land which would all be in the hands of the Queen. He'took upon himself all responsibility for for what had happened- He was glad that the prisoners were back; they would be safe there at Parehaka. The cause of fighting i had ceased and they would be. contented people. Te Whiti concluded as follows “You did hear falsehoods formerly ; let now all my people fall down before me alone. The twelve tribes of Israel are amongst you. Great are you amongst people. You are as a heavy stone not to be moved.”' A tangi follows for the purpose of welcoming the prisoners. The Prophet Right for Once. Wellington, Yesterday. With to the alleged obstruction of road making by natives near Parapara, it appears from information received by the Government that the gravel pit in which the natives collected and refused to move was one opened by a contractor without any authority from the Government on apiece of land at present reserved for the natives. The Government have ordered the contractor to stop any works in connection with the. pit, and to immediately fIU it up. ‘ Opening of Wellington Hospital

The new hospital was opened to-night with a grand ball, under the auspices of His Excellency and Lady Gordon. Wellington Licensing Court. Wellington, To-day. At the adjourned meeting of the Licensing Court, all applications for new licenses were refused except one, which was farther adjourned for a week. Journalistic. Nelson, To-day. It is announced this morning that the Colonist newspaper will be issued as a daily morning paper, commencing in July. Another Victim. Dunedin, To-day. A man named John M'Elkenny was killed by the tram on the Oaveraham road running over him.. Deceased, who was drunk, attempted to cross the line right in front of the car, which was going only at a mile an hour. Sudden Death. A man named Alexander Bond, aged eighty, died 1 suddenly of heart disease last night, at Hillside. . . Mad Drunk. ■, At the City Couih•' this morning, William Macadam was charged with attempted suicide. Whilst drunk, he laid-himself down, on the tram line at Forbury, and with difficulty was removed Macadam was remanded for medical examination.

A popular writer, speaking of the ocean telegraph, .wonders, whether the news transmitted through the salt water will be fresh.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 375, 21 June 1881

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 375, 21 June 1881

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