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AUCKLAND, September 22. At the Police Court to-day Thomas Whyte alias M'Lellan was committed for trial on a charge of burglary. '.
WELLINGTON, September 22. The arrivals in August were 1,140, and the departures 1,007. NAPIER, September 22. William Hewall Ward has been committed for trial for forgery by altering the date on a railway ticket. An old man named Duncan-Calvert Monteith has been committed on a charge of assault.
NEW PLYMOUTH, September 22. The charges against three Natives who were arrested on Saturday at Parihaka for wilful damage to property at Pihama were dismissed. The magistrate warned the Natives that they must not take the law into their own hands, but if they had grievances they should appeal to the courts for a remedy. They promised to do this.
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INTERPROvINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
INTERPROvINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
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