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The Agricultural Society are very satisfled with the number of entries they have received for their coming show to be held on Thursday next, and everything points to It being ft record. The brown top crop is all harvested now, and threshing machines are busy. The result of the crop with those ■who have threshed seems equal to previous years. Sergeant Miller, who was constable here for a number of years, left by the s.s. Gael on Saturday for Christchurch, having been promoted to scrg,eant in that district. Constable Kerr,, from Wellington, who takes Sergt. Miller's place, has arrived, and is on duty. Tho s.s. Gael has still some difficulty In getting up to the wharf, owing to several very shallow places in the river channel; ■but It is hoped the channel will soon Improve as the Walpu River Board have a gang of mon working, building groins, etc.

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WAIPU., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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WAIPU. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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