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}J.I ' [Pirn PRESS ASSOCIATION.] ■_ ,;, '; . The €)«vcrnor. ; „..,, Auckland, April 30. The Governor left by the 9.30 p.m. train this morning for Lichfield, where he will hare a day's shooting, thence pro- {': '■ ' cecding to Tamuri, Taupo,. Tarawera, '! Mohaka, Napier and Wellington'overland. t - '\ 'He is accompanied by Mr Walrond, his „■" • private secretary. The Countess leaves '; r c!\. ! lor l the Hinemoa, but the .'- '-„-, time of her departure is uncertain. ■-:j," '*".'-,:- ■ ■ »*r "W. Buller, . „\\ „ Sir Walter and Lady Buller, who were rvr *, .passengers from Sydney by the Mararoa v .;,) 'last night, proceed oh to Wellingtion by ; i ,--.•* v.fcho, same, yessel to:morrow. ' An JHCeir t* £«ft,OOO. | .;\;-;. r;jAp[ong the passengers by '■ the Te Anau for Sydney yesterday, were- a detective ?'T r, ;:attd Allawyer's^clerk, of Sydney, 'who had succeeded in tracing out. Joseph Thomas "'" Thlievieh, in^Marlbofough, who is heir to a property in the heart of, Sydney worth 'VIM TKe property ' was left by I*svien's grandfather. ... Robert Levien •'"' wW'woricmg at a' mill in 3£aituna Valley, .;J.irMarlbbrough.;- i->»-''; l '■"''' '"'' '*;- .:,, Mr Conrtney'in Immigrant* • '"• '■ New Plymouth, April 30. Lawrence, one of the boys who came out in the Tongariro under Mr Courtney's , auspice's, writes to the evening paper stating that a person named Lyons had 1 tried to dishearten the boys from coming on to fulfil their engagements at Taranaki. > Lyons qflso spoke very badly of Mr Court- ; ; ,ney, calling hiin'names which made the boys think it was a pity they had come to New Zealand.- Lawrence says that since .' they arrived in New Plymouth, the boys, found it all right after all. The people are kind to them and all have good places ,'to go to. Lawrence goes to Mr Connett, »• l a large farmer on the Bell Block, and ~; Wellenstone, Tuke and Rutherford went , to their, places on Saturday last. The whole of the boys went to places procured for them by Mr Courtney, and are all very comfortable.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890

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