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Tho Hawera correspondent of the ' Evening Post' informs that paper that a portion of the Catholics there, on hearing of the ■ Premier's intended resignation of the portfolio for Education, telegraphed to Archbishop Redwood asking him to inform the Premier that his promises regarding aid for the education of Catholic children were unfulfilled. It will bo remembered that at the last general election Archbishop Redwood and his clergy used their utmost endeavors to secure the return of Sir Harry Atkinson and hia party, and that Mr M'Guire, who opposed tho Premier for Egmont, was denounced by the Catholic clergy at Hawera for supporting tho present national system of education. The following is the telegram referred to :—" His Grace Archbishop Redwood. Sir H. Atkinson, being Minister for Education, we will feel grateful to your Grace if you will urge him to fulfil the promises made before the last general election. We subscribe ourselves, your Grace's most dutiful children."

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A WARNING NOTE., Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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A WARNING NOTE. Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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