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[feu cress association J Auckland, November 6. Under instructions from the Native Minister, Inspector Broham accompanied by a strong force of the Permanent Artillery force, and several police, left Auckland to-day for Pukekawa to arrest Heri Kaihu, Tawhaio's secretary, who aome months ago destroyed a trig station S the Upper Thames district, and interfered with a survey party. The locality, where the trig station was destroyed is on Native land, Towhaio's party objecting to the survey. Ka|hil failed to answer the summons sent him for these offences. The arrest party reached the settlement soon after daybreak, but the Natives did not le»ve their work m the potato fields. Kaihau gave himself up to the leaders of the force, and Tawhaio said they were quite satisfied, but Government should eift the whole case to the bottom. The •• Star " characterises the affair as transparent electioneering tactics, and ridicules the whole expedition as unnecessary and injudicious, and compares it unfavorably with the policy of Mr Ballance m sending two policemen to Parihaka at a very awkward time. | ■ Or«*|r*i»M •» Wellington. , Wellington, November 6. At the annual Orasge celebration last night a resolution was carried tendering sympathy of the Orangemen m V/elhngfcon to brethren m Ireland m their patriotic efforts to maintain the supremacy of the Imperial Government, and the integrity of the United Kingdom. ■ * Granger, who attempted suicide at the Summit last week, has been, discharged, the. Bench refusing to allow the wife to give evidence.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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