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AUCKLAND, Jftt 2ft. The Kamo miners have agreed to return to work at the old rate of wages. Initiatory proceedings have been taken in a divoi-oe case in which George Skipper is petitioner and Jane Skipper and Prederfok Clay respondent and co-respondent respe«tively. WELLINGTON, Svtx 28.
A meeting was held last night, Archbishop Redwood in the cbair, at which resolutions were passed affirming the propriety of colonists giving expression to their opinion on Imperial subjeots, and inviting the Irish delegates to address a publie meeting on Irish politics. A oommttcee was appointed to forward matters.
ASHBURTON, Jcly 2S.
Mrs Margette, wife of a farmer at New* land, has been found drowned in a water race.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7966, 23 July 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7966, 23 July 1889
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