ORCHARD PESTS. GISBORNE, this day. A number of orchardists were fiued today at the instance of the Department of Agriculture for failing to comply with the provisions of the Orchards and Gardens Teste Act. NAPIER, this day. Mr. Clarkson's body was recovered from the surf this morning, terribly disfigured. DUNEDIN, this day. The "Otago Daily Times" states that Mr J. R. Bartholomew, of Alexandra South, has been appointed a Stipendiary Magistrate. OAMARV, this day. James McGimpsey, a farmer, of Enfield settlement, was found dead in bed this morning. Deceased, whilst working in a field yesterday, complained of pains in his chest, which he attributed to rheumatism. The coroner's verdict was that death resulted from angina pectoris.
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