(PBK PBBSB ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, July 6. The" Frenoh Colonial department ai Tahiti propose to establish a mail servlot between Tahiti and Honolulu via Apia, to oonneofc with the San Francisco serviae at the Hawaiian port. It is alated thai the object of this service is to establish with America via Samoa more direot communication, and faster transmission oi nulls and passengers to San Francisco ; and that if it Is established a great portion of the Tahltian trade may be taken from New Zealand, Mastbrton, July 7. A large and thoroughly representative meeting of members of Mr G. Baethiun'o party unanimously adopted a resolution-— "That, m the opinion of the meeting, It is desirable that Mr B !eth»in should retain hla seat m the House, and that Mr Baohftnan be requested to ask the Hooae for leave of absence for him for the remainder of tho session." Mr Baetham is at present m England) and wrote to say that he would be unable to take his plaoe m the House this seasion. Dunedin, July & The police have teoetved ' Information that Stirling, wop has been victimising numerous persons here and elsewhere, by offering to provide remunerative work, was arrested last night aboard the Mararoa.
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