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INTERPROVINCI A .

[PER WtESS ASSOCIATION.]

• Auckland, April; 22.- ;: News from Coromandel states that Edward Brady, an old miner working at Tokatea Hill, was killed yesterday by a fall of earth.

The body of William Cinnamon, who was lost in the cutter Oi, was found yesterday on Pauipaui beach about a mile j from where the wreck of the cutter was lying. The body was in a very decomposed state. The body of the other young man, William Turner, has not yet been found, but a party of volunteers are out [ searching. There is a steady demand at Tauranga for Crown lands for settlement, and i during the quarter ending March 31st the area disposed of was 3617 acres. Most of i the land, has been taken up under perpetual lease tenure. A telegram from Rotorua „to the _i'JEre.ralfl" -ann'ouncesilthat-threo-Natives^ j of the Ngatirihakau tribe have proceeded I to Wellington to take action against the Government for £28,000 in consequence of informalities in connection with the purchase of the township. They would not accept the money from Mr Lewis when that officer was at Rotorua.. Weixington, April 22, '' The returns of immigration and emigrafor the year show the arrivals and departures to be the same, viz., 36,291 persons. The arrivals of adults were 735 over, the departures, while departures of children were 735 over the arrivals. Dunecin, April 22. As the result of to-day's discussion the Education Board has resolved in future to send all eligible applications for appointments to the Committees. At a meeting of the Hospital Committee a motion that the opinion of the Hospital Committees at Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin be obtained with the view of inducing the Government to bring the Contagious Diseases Act into force in the three larga cities was negatived by sto 3. • j Henry Burton, tobacconist, was to-day committed for trial for perjury A shprt time back Burton was fined for allowing gambling on his premises, and in his evidence on that occasion he swore that th§ dioe^box seized by the police was not his property, nor had he seen it before. The police to-day produced the evidence of the saddler who made the box for Burton.

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INTERPROVINCIA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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INTERPROVINCIA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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