(Peb United Paitas Association,] WELLINGTON, Jolt 19. The Harbor Board returns show the export of flax during the year ended June, 1889, was 33,641 bales, against 9,804 for the year ended June, 1888. During the same period there waa an increase of 19,000 bales in tho export of wool. MASTERTON, July 19. Thrse farmers were to-day fined L 5 each and costs for not taking steps to destroy the rabbits on their lands. FEILDING, Jolt 19. A petition re the reprieve of Chemis is being largely signed here. NELSON, J»LT 19. The remains of tho late C. E. Bunny were conveyed to Bt. Mary's Church, where mass was said. The funeral this afternoon will be attended by the City Rifles in plain dress, deceased having once commanded that corps. Tho cutter Goldseekcr capsized off Croweller yesterday morning, one man (Joseph Speers, unmarried) boing drowned. The other, after being four hours in the water, swam ashore and walked to the Maori pah at Wakapuaka, where he arrived in a state of great exhaustion. Messrs James Sclanders and Co. laid four criminal informations against Thomas H. Mabin, of Auckland, for circulating libellous matter about them.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
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