(PER PBES3 ASSOCIATION.) Auokland. April 29, The Land Court at Cputikl has finished its sitting, and part of the Tabore block, consisting of 250,000 acres, has been passed and subdivided amongst six of the different tribes. At the Police Court to-day, Louis Paget was committed for trial on a oharge of murder of the woman Mary Ann Wilson. Mr H, Shortland appeared on behalf of the prisoner. Napier, April 26. The Coroner has committed Mokoare, oharged with the murder of Gollan at Mahla, for trial on the double oharge of murder and arson. Mrs Stokes, widow of a runholder formerly resident here, has presented a stained glass window for the onanoel of the cathedral. It will cover five lancets 25ft high, and will be the finest memorial window In the Australasian colonies. Gisborne, April 26. After several endeavors, the owner and the new captain of the sohooner Awaroa got on board the vessel without being allowed by Captain Wing, who was arrested by the police during the afternoon. WANGANDI, April 26. Summonses have been issued against W Smith and H. Lalng, tbe boxers, for having engaged in a prlaa fight. The charge Is to be heard on May Slat. Ali connected have been summoned as witnesses. A mob of forty-five draught horses was brought down by Hookeu Bros, from Feildlngi to be shipped by the Penguin to-day for Christohuroh auotion. Duhidin, April 26. The Government have -greed to procure a loan collection of Brltiaa works of art for the Dan_din Exaibtiton, upon the Commissioners undertaking to provide a suitable building for tbe exhibition of the pictures, to be erected under tbe supervision and to the satisfaction of the Government. The Minister of Lands authorised the Chief Suryeyor to engage thirty of the unemployed to dear bush roads at Oatll_>, and the li-t waa soon fi.led up* The men were. to have gone yesterday, but only eighteen out of the thirty turned up. Three others were engaged, making ( twenty-on?, and they left fur the work, Government finding tents and tools.
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