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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(Per Pbsss association.) A Surveyor Stopped by Natives. Auckland, May 16. Mr Roebfort, Surveyor, while at work In the K«og oountry, was stopped by Natives, who, headed by some half oastes, took possession of tbe instruments and stopped the party. Rochfort oame into Morrfnsvtile to obtain the assistance of tbe police. The reason of the ioterferenos Is disputed boundaries. A Denial. WaiLJHaToiT, May 16. The Dafenoe Department absolutely deny there Is any foundation for the statement as to the bad condition of the barracks at Fort Takapuna, Auokland. Tbey say tbe excellence of the aoommodatlon afforded the men elicited tbe greatest commendation from the officer* of tbe naval squadron, and the real meaning of the 00mplalnt is tbat the men want to be removed from the barraoks and given quarters In a large house on the grounds now In occupation of the officers, a thing wbioh the Department do not Intend to permit. Juvenile Crime. The Minister for Justice Intends to Incorporate some of the suggestions from Magistrates, as to dealing with juvenile crime, In an amendment to the J. P. Aot. Mr Parnell. Chbibtohuboh, May 16. The Mayor has reoelved a letter signed by over 400 citizens tha klog him for re losing to preside at a meeting of Parnell sympathisers In Maroh. Crambl ng Celestials. Tjuhedjn, May 16. At the City Oonrt Tee Fook and Te Nule were fined £2 or three months, for for keeping a gaming hoose where the game Pak-a-pu was plsyed. Mr Oarew Agreed to state a case for appeal.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2136, 16 May 1889

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