PLOUGHING WAITARA TOWN.
NEW/PLYMOUTH, October 30. About fifty Maoris commenced ploughing in Waitara town early this morning, and were ejected by the settlers. Inspector M'Govern and' some men have gone to Pukearube, twenty miles north of Waitara, to arrest some Natives there. Meanwhile the Waitara settlers are keeping a watch to prevent the ploughing. Captain Simeon Fraser died at Waitara last night, ■■'• •,•■■.- ■■ ■■.
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PLOUGHING WAITARA TOWN., Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897
PLOUGHING WAITARA TOWN. Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897
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