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Auckland, May 80. The premises of Doiyok, a parveyor of fanny goods at Te Aroha wera burglar!* •us'y entered last night and £20 worth of jewellery and watohea stolen. An enttanoe vas effected through a baok window* There is no olne to the perpetrators.
Wbllington, May 30.
A*, a mealing of the L»nd Board this morulng it was deotded to recommend Govern/sent to oondactJand aales m tbe utare by public auction, Instead of the preaent competitive system.
DuNEDIN May 80.
Exhihitioi Ea c Meeting. The J iokay Cob baa praotioally adopted the recently issued programme for the Kxhtbltlon meeting, but has altered the distance of the principal event to a mil and three quarters.
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