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Auckland, May 4. It (s probable that a orlmlnal proseoa* tton will be entered up In respeot of this mlsoonduot alleged against the Volunteers at the Easter encampment. Oolonel Shepherd has given Inspector Brobam ft Hat of names wbloh have been mentioned at reoent inquiries into the matter.'
m WisaAiroi, May 4. : The Salvation Army have sent a brlgaaa ap the Wanganul river to Jerusalem,* Oatbollo settlemaot. where they intend to oendoot the work of th« Army. Several townspeople notleed a peculiar reflection m the sky at different times last evenlDg In the direction of Ngaruahoa and Tongarlro. The light seemed to rls* and fall very suddenly, bat whether it was due a to bush fire or voloanlo agency no one could determine.
Ohbistohuboh, May g. The East Ohrlstchnroh school li to ba again closed till the unsatisfactory sanitary arrangements supposed to have caused tba outbreak of diphtheria are remedied. In reply to a Jettes from Mr Ooyoe, M.H.R , asking whether he would oontett the Ohrlatoharoh North seat, Sir Robert Stoat aays that he cannot at present enter: polities. He feels rather pessimistic over the near future of Liberalism In New Zealand. Oar land Is going from as ard not being properly settled ; the need of further developments In education, b not. felt • the political pendulum seems swinging towards a parsimonious Conservatism that must Injure vi Tha young New Zealand party has shown no national enthusiasm aqd made " Economy " its god.
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INTERPROVINGIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2127, 6 May 1889
INTERPROVINGIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2127, 6 May 1889
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