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AUCKLAND, June 7.
The Auckland dentists met last evening and passed a resolution in favor of forming a dental association, and appointed Mr Rawson, of Wellington, their delegate to the Conference.
Duuder, who was exonerated from blame at the Fijian inquiry, is an Auckland native, and served for many years on the Union Company’s vessels on this coast. WELLINGTON, June 7.
The Minister of Lands states that the increased rental of the Canterbury runs will in the first year more than pay the cost of constructing a rabbit-proof fence in South Canterbury,
TIMARU, June 7
Four persons, including the owners of the woollen factory, were summoned at the Police Court to-day for a breach of the law by keeping females and lads at work on the statutory half-holiday. The cases were adjourned for three weeks, as the parties summoned are seeking to get the halfholiday restored to Saturday; but they were warned that they must comply with the law in the meantime.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
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