" Monday. A man named John Beit was found dead this morning in his room at Rout's Buildings, having shot himself with a revolver.
Sir George Whitmore and Mr de Lautour arrived to-day from the South. The latter is to contest Newton. The Mayor retires from City North,- and Joseph Newman announces himself a candidate. . .."'•/,
Mr Atkin, of Cousins and Atkin, is announced for Eden against Mr Tole.
Mr Gannon has arrived, and proceeds to Russell ; to propose Mr Hobbs.
Mr Peacock addresses the Newton electors to-night.
The s.s. Wairarapa leaves to-night on her second trip to the Islands.
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AUCKLAND., Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XIII, Issue 1708, 8 July 1884
AUCKLAND. Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XIII, Issue 1708, 8 July 1884
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