[PER *MMB ASSOCIATION] Knaotnnw <?*I«IA*1<1. Auckland, November.; 4. . government have granted £50Q to open up Kuaotuna jjoldnelds, JP r«v« nllll g- C7«»kl Monopoly. Government are declining applications for new coal mining leases at Whangarei pending a full enquiry, with a view to prevent monopoly. A Merer Capiar«. ■. '.''. Wellington, November*, , Acting-Constable Tracey of the. Ferma^ ■nent Artillery made a clever, capture of » couple of burglars early thia morning. When passing Ralph's draper's shop, Cuba street; he, suspected -all ww not right, and obtained an entrance, wheh he discovered two men, who gave their names as Patrick McQuire and Henry Jones, searching about "the premises, apparently for a safe. Tracey closed-with the men, and after a short struggle, m which he was assisted by some compositors from the " New Zealand Times," ;the burglars were arrested. Skeleton keys were found on each of the prisonera.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890
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