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NAPIER, September 28,
The hospital receives L3OO a year by a bequest of the late Stokes Brothers, formerly old settlers in Wellington, and owners of the valuable estate of Milbourne, Hawke's Bay,
WELLINGTON, September 28. John Morrison, of Blairlogie, an old settler, is dead, Tho Koranui will be sold by auction on Wednesday. Divers leave here to-day to try and secure the gold which was on board.
OAMARU, September 28,
In consequence of the polling for the election of member for Oamaru, it has been decided to hold the usual weekly halfholiday on Monday—the day of the polling. INVERCARGILL. September 28.
A flax mill has been burned down at Dipton, valued at L2OO, and uninsured. The fire was caused by friction in the process of scutching.
There is great activity in mining matters; twenty miles of beaches on the Waian, between Blackmount and Bellornout, being applied for as dredging areas.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889
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