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AUCKLAND, Octobek 15,

News from Tonga, per the Wainui, Bays thatH.M.S. Egeria has just discovered the second deepest soundings in the world outBide Vavau Island. The Egeria returns to Auckland next month, and will probably start a survey of the new cable route from Fiji to Samoa, Honolulu, and Vancouver. The Wainui, which arrived last night from Tonga, brings a large quantity of Tongan Native exhibits for the Dunedin Exhibition, consisting of curios, produce, and photoß.

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LATEST FROM THE ISLANDS, Issue 8038, 15 October 1889

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