[PEK PRESS ASSOCIATIO^J ; ■.: 'i'jfiitv* '. ■ :_-. ) ' Auckland, April 29, It has been resolved to devoto tfce Jubilee Celebration surplus of £150. to ft school for the blind, on the condition thftft . ■-■ the public subscribe an equal amoiwt* -' .■ ■ .;.
;■• ' 'A Ttelegranvfrom Hamilton states that settlement is increasing in that district. '?- ' 'Afamily of French farmers have taken . - up 350 acres about two miles from Hamii- ■'*■:■* tori; and it is reported that several settlers , , are coming from Victoria. . *■ ' -The Raratonga Natives who visited Auckland for the Jubilee, and who returned home by the Sarah Pile, arrived /, ; at;Raratonga on the 30th March. The 1< chief Tepou was greatly affected on finding that during his absence his eldest : , daughter—a bright intelligent gh'l of sixteen years—had died. ■V : :t ;■ Wellington, April 29. 1 : '! ;■ At the annual meeting of the Acclima- -~) 'tisatio'n Society it was decided'to intro- : ' ' duise' snipe from the Auckland Isles and > ''*' " partridges^frdm India.. , '
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890
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