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'Frisco mail due.

Hauroto .arrived from Fiji. Cold and showery weather. Preaidonb Faure has been shob at. The 'Mat-bale impia are still troublesome. . The Orlando left Fiji for Thursday Island lately. ' The Auckland - built ketch Alarm baa . been wrecked a» Fiji. Mr Carnell a Bill to abelisb the fcotalisatofr has passed its second reading. A sailing vessel is to come direct front New York to Auckland shortly. ■ The Unien Company's steamer Oreti hat been disabled by an accident at Fiji. At the end of last week there were 125 males and 17 females in the Mount Edee Gaol. '-"' '-'■'

Welcome, Find mine, CoromandeL naC just yielded 1001b of specimens yielding 1760z. .■■•"■'.'■■'■

Huddarb-Parker's new steamer is to by called the Weatralia, and will carry 30$ passengers. The month's return from the Crownt mine, Karangahake, is £2,225 worth of bullion from 472 bona.

J. M. Davis, who was killed by a falling; tree at Tiki, was a son of Mr Montgomery Davis, of Coromandel.

The Auckland Bowling Club has passed a vote condoling with the late President, Mr John Lawsoo, on the death of his son.

11 The tobaliaator is the most legitimate form of gambling that can be found on a racecourse."—Mr R. MacKenzie, M.H.R.

The Fiji native tax in copra for the ensuing yosr is coming in at Suva and Levuka, and the crop is likely to bo equal to former years. Sir Henry Berkeley, Chief Justice <M Fiji, arrived last evening from Fiji, accompanied by his son, who joias H.M.s. Rapid aa a midshipman. ' The verdict at the inquest on James Forsyth, artist, found in his whare, near Ohiwa,' ea the 11th inst., was that kha wounds were self-inflicted, whilst temporarily insane. The case of Sheehan and Sheehan t. The Mayor, couocillora, and burgesses of Auckland, has been set down for trial by a apodal jury on the 20th inst., with leav*> to adjourn till Monday, 24th August. ■'• I

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TABLE TALK., Auckland Star, Volume XXVII, Issue 166, 16 July 1896

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TABLE TALK. Auckland Star, Volume XXVII, Issue 166, 16 July 1896

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