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(FSB FBESS ASSOCIATION.) Napieb. Moroh 25. Mra Donnelly and seven othor Natives were oommoned to appear at the R.M. Ooart to-rUy In oannco'lon with the troab •at O.nahB. The oh» g > was one for forcible entry, on an Inf- rmatton laid by W. Bronghtrn. None of the Natives < appeared. Toolr oouoael, Mr P S.M'Lean explained that they all oaoae down to i»ppaar 1q Court, bat a QieeaeDger arrived to aay that one of the Broughtoru had ■hot a dog belonging to Mrs Donnelly's ebepherd, who was trying to stop her sheep being mustered by Bronghton's people, j Tcoable was feared and ai the men lutn j moned wore all ohlefs of lDflaooj ha ad- j vned peaoe. It wae after tome disoaßsinn, roiolved to adjourn the cue for a month provided both aides appetr before Captain Preece, R M to-morrow morning, and undertake to 'withdraw their forces from the contested tsrritory.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 26 March 1889

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THE NATIVE DISPUTE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 26 March 1889