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WELLINGTON ITEMS.

[per press association.]

Wellington, June 9.

The police have received, information from Otaki that Thomas Walker (18) was drowned yesterday while crossing Kuku Creek on horseback.

The £ealandia with the English mails of 17th May, left 'Frisco for Auckland on 31st May, contract date. The Alameda, with the colonial mails of 19th ult., arrived at 'Frisco from Auckland on 7th inst.j contract date.

The Government know nothing of the report that Lord Onslow returns Home early noxfc year. He has not informed them of his intention to take any 'such step. v ■ ■

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WELLINGTON ITEMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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WELLINGTON ITEMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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