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TELEGRAMS.

[per press association.] Committed For Trial. Auckland, To-day. Samuel Walker, aged fifteen, has been committed for trial on a charge of rape on Annie Lyons, aged ten. Assaulting a Lunatic. An ex- warder at the Lunatic Asylum was fined L 5 and costs for an assault on a patient—kicking him on the hack. The warder had been previously dismissed. Te Whanui’s Ultimatum. Taupo, To-day. A party of natives came in to-day from the King Country. Since the Whatiwhatihoe meeting nothing new has transpired. Te Whanui, who is well known to be the real power behind Tawhaio’s throne, declares that no railway via Mokau or elsewhere through the Ngatimantopoto country, will be allowed during his lifetime, or until Parliament sitting at Auckland shall have passed new laws to insure the maintenance of Maori authority over the King Country. The ’Frisco Mail. Welling ton, To day. The s.s. Waitaki, with the English mail, arrived here at 11.35 this morning. She sailed for Lyttelton at 2.15 this afternoo'n. Fourteen days For Pitchforking His Wife. Christchurch, To-day. At the Magistrate’s Court this morning, J. J. Dowey, for severely wounding his wife with a potato fork, was sentenced to fourteen days’, with hard labor. Flattering. • Dunedin, To-day. Mr Russell, chief officer of the Te Anau, on his promotion to the Manipouri, was the recipient of several addresses and a handsome testimonial from the officers and men of the former vessel.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 673, 28 June 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 673, 28 June 1882

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