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NAPIER ITEMS.

[Special to tub Star.]

NAPIER, October 7.

The Chief Justice left on Saturday for Wellington. Including a week at Gisborne he has been engaged here six weeks. _ Tho one subject of conversation in Napier is the collapse of the Fletcher will case, and why the suit was withdrawn no one seems to understand.

In Hawke's Buy there is only one mining company the Maharahara Copper Company. They are sending a case of specimens to the New Zealand Exhibition, including thote assayed by the late manager, Captain Bryant, which rim from mere traces to 4'2 per cent. The mine is at a standstill wait? ing the appointment of a Sydney manager.

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NAPIER ITEMS., Issue 8031, 7 October 1889

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NAPIER ITEMS. Issue 8031, 7 October 1889

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