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TE KOOTI'S VISIT TO POVERTY BAY

TROUBLE AHEAD. .

(PHR FJBEXSS ASSOOUTIOK.) Qisbosnk, February 18. v There is intense feeling amon^ the> .. country settlers A meeting will be held this morning when the express arrives. Three hundred armed settlers will be enrolled to prevent Te Kooti reaching tf» meeting place. Tbe leading settlers are> heading the movement. Te Kooti is expected on Tuesday, and it is feared that unless Government give, absolute orders to Te Kooti not to oome great trouble may arise. . Wxu,uraTO2r, February 18. Information has been received that 40 ■-" natives under arms have arrived st Opotiki on their way to intercept Te Kooti* Instructions have*been sent to tell them that they must not interfere, Te Kooti * has not yet left Rotoroa -,

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TE KOOTI'S VISIT TO POVERTY BAY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889

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TE KOOTI'S VISIT TO POVERTY BAY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889

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