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[By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.] [Per Press Association.] ANTI-HOME RULE. SYDNEY, May 21. A monster meeting of loyalists carried resolutions denouncing Mr Dillon’s mission and expressive of sympathy with the Imperial Government in their dealing with the Irish difficulty. INTEEPROYINCIAL. [Per United Press Association.] AUCKLAND, May 21. Marsh Brown, a great Ngapuhi chief, died rather suddenly. He was a recent convert to Mormonism. The people of Kawakawa have formed a coal prospectors’ association, and have also organised a company to work their finds. The Auckland yacht Akarana has been sold by Mr Logan to a Sydney gentleman, Thomas B. Hill, a well-known chemist of Auckland, has filed his schedule. Two stowaways on the Zealandia from Sydney were fined L2 each, with costs, also their fare (L 5), or two months’ imprisonment, They pleaded guilty, and said they left Sydney through starvation. WELLINGTON, May 21. The electric light will after all not be ready by the Queen’s Birthday, the company not being able to complete the installation. They will probably start next week. The City Council intend to prosecute the owner of the hall in which the boxing match took place for not having a license. A supplementary ‘Gazette’ issued this morning makes a further exception in regard to recruits for torpedo and artillery, by which the sons of police officers may be enrolled without any previous training in the Volunteer Force, provided that they are not less than sft 9in in height nor more than twenty-five years of age, and produce satisfactory certificates as to character and fitness.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 7912, 21 May 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 7912, 21 May 1889

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