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JAuckland, June 3. A [laboring man.- named John Millar dropped dead yesterday at Port Albert.
Mr Justice Richmond has gone on a visit to Te Aroha
A subscription of £20 has been sent by Messrs Wirth to the Mayor of Sydney for the Bourke relief fund. • •
The Government have instructed Dr Grinders, of Rotorua, to.visib Tokaru, and report upon 1 the leprosy'said to/exist among the' Maoris there.' About tliirby volumes of books, some of them very rare^ comprise; i;the latest gift, made yesterday; by Sir George Grey' to the Public Library.
A young girl named Amy Emily Hud r son,, eighteen years of age, committed suicide by hanging herself from a beam in the house' where she Avas staying on a visit to her grand parents, at Warkworth. From, the circumstances it is"concluded that deceased was suffering from religious mania
Napier, Jptie $'. " The Havrke's Bay babbit Boaxd/has resolved to appoint another assistant Inspector, and to spend £100 in the purchase of stoats and weasels.
Wellington, June 3
The two appointments as Native Land Judges have been offered to four different people, among whom was Captaih'Preece, R,M. of ffapier, but,all refused. -
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890
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