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THE INFLUENZA.

[PJER PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

Wellington, April 3. Influenza is still raging. At one Bank scarcely any business could,be ; done, most of the employees being absent. Batger and King, the two wefi : known athletes, were to have attempted some record breaking yesterday, but when the time came both were in bed. One of the three Ministers here fell a victim to it, and a number of Government and Supreme Court officials have been attacked.

Auckland, April 2, A case of influenza has appeared! at Marsdeh Pointj Whangarei. ' 'i'-

The Akaroa correspondent of the "Press" writes: — This troublesome visitor has.made its appearance here, several cases having.already been reported from theUays, and one at Akaroa. The disease is^of a mild, tyjpe. s 'Sydney, April 2. ■: One or two cases of\-New Zealand influenza are reported iri the city. H.M.S. -Rapid has arrived from Hobart, and reports that twenty of the crew have been attacked with influenza.

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THE INFLUENZA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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THE INFLUENZA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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