[Per United Press Association. 1
WELLINGTON, November 4.
Mr J. M. Harvey, of Auckland, who disappeared en route to the Dunedin Exhibition, is in tho hospital here. On roaching Wellington he was so bad with chest complaint that he had to go to the hospital, and has been there ever since.
Mr Broughton has received a telegram stating that the Natives at Omahu had created some disturbance on his property at Omahu, and driven a number of horses from his paddocks and turned them adrift on the roads.
Pompey's glue factory at Ngahauranga has been burned. The insurance is LSOO in the North British and Royal. The Hon. E. Mitchelson has succeeded in obtaining seven-eighths of tho signatures of Maoris interested in the sale of Rotorua. If any of the Natives refuse to sign, their share in the land will simply be set aside for them.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889
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