s Monday. v The Hon. Thomas Henderson M. ii L.C. died at Wellington yesterday » morning of paralysis. His son Mr F. ° Henderson, lament for the Union a Steamship Co. left yesterday per s.s. t Penguin to bring the body to Auck- | land. j The steamer Rowena has returned. , No trace of the Barrier murderers < has been discovered. 1 Six houses in Pitt Street were burned on Saturday morning. Fires are the order of the night at present, one oh Saturday night in Wellesly Street, another at Mount Eden on Sunday night, and three houses deatroyed in Newton Eoad. News has been received that a 10 roomed house belonging to Mr Me Faden, at Wainui, has been burned. Sir W. Fox and Mr Glover, (American tomperance lecturer), commence their crusade to-morrow. The "Wellington Football team is expected to be in Auckland soon, arrangements are being made to receive H;betn.
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AUCKLAND., Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XIV, Issue 2005, 29 June 1886
AUCKLAND. Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XIV, Issue 2005, 29 June 1886
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