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(FBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) The Donnelly-Broughton Business .Napier, May 4. In connection with the recent Omahu disturbances foi promoting which Alrlnl Donnelly and others have been committed .or trial on tbe oharge of forcible entry, a oouuter-oharge has been brought against Broughton and party for breaking Jnto a tent and throwing it off the ground, the said tent having been erected and occupied by Airinl's followers. Ihe R.M, committed Broughton, his brother, and an employee named Hales for trial. Conscience Money. Wellington, May 4, The Property-tax Commissioner hat reoeived £7 oonsoience money from Inver* oargilL Wellington City Loan. The Ouy Oi'Uucll have adapted the pro- , prosed £75,000 loan, though some objection was made to dealing with drainage m a fragmentary way as proposed and to the 1 allocation for a town hall The Samoana. With reference to the proposed reoog nlilon of the conduct of tbe Samoans, the I Mayor explains that the Oonnoil considered tbat tbe Ssmoans did no more than the Maories at tbe wreck of the Lord WoUeley, and that the sending of addresses is out of place, particularly as there Is no certainty that they would reach the proper I quarter. j The Jubilee Exhibition.

Dunedin, May 4. The Exhibitton Commissioners have decided In view of tbe Increased demand for space to alter the plans of tbe building, so as to provide 80,000 additional feet. Attacked by a Bull. JbrvBBOABaiLL, May 4. A settler near Wyndham named Fergu* son was attacked by a bull and knocked down. His wife called a man some distance off, but, without waiting, courageously rushed to her husband's aislstonoe. The bull turned on her and tossed her m the air. The brute was eventually driven off with an axe and subsequently shot. Ferguson is severely bruUed about tbe head and neck, and his wife had three ribs broken and was also badly bruised.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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