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INTERPROVINCIAL.

WELLINGTON, September 29. A rumored shooting affair at Terawhiti turns out to.be a hoax.' The man reported to have been sht>t was found alive and well by the constable who visited the locality. Ur Samuel Brown has been re-elected president of the Wellington Provincial Industrial Association. From a cablegram received by the Department of Agriculture from the Agent-General it appears that New Zealand sheep are not shut out from the Argentine as reported, but a certificate must accompany them, and inspection is insisted on. BLENHEIM, September 29. No new facts, - so far as the public are aware, have been .elicited in connection with Satherley’s murder. Inspector Pender and Detective Cox are still here pursuing investigations. ’ ;

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Issue 10432, 29 September 1897

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Issue 10432, 29 September 1897

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