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" Squatters" m Trouble.

Timahu, November <S. ■ At the R M. Ooutt this morning, three 11 tquatters" at Patltl Point, who have been there 10 or 12 years, oooapylng jome Bod hats which were erected to aeoommodate Immigrants, were ordered to dear oat, as their occupation of the ground Interferes vrlth the use of the rifle range. Two others left on proceedings being commenced. One man Darned Donovan elalmed to have some right to ootopy, though not documentary, and under this Impression he has built a good 2-roomed cottage cf wood and plemted fifty fruit trees. Mr Wray advised him to lay his olalm before the Government, and In making the order to quit laggeßted that be shoold be flowed time to do (bit. Co1qq«I B»lley »Ppe*r«4 W PlOMflutor,

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" Squatters" in Trouble., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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" Squatters" in Trouble. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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