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THE NATIVE PLOUGHERS.

HAWERA, November 5. The Native trouble, hitherto confined to the north of Taranaki, has now reached to this district. Early this week several European settlers' cattle that had been taken into graze by the Natives owning the sway of Tohu were driven off by Te Whiti's Natives. Inspector M'Govern apparently settled the matter yesterday at Hawera, but today the Natives here started ploughing on a Public Trustee's lease (Brett's estate) on the Hastings road, Okaiawa. Later. Later news to hand is to the effect that the Natives' ploughing is not on the Public Trustee's leasehold, but on a freehold section belonging to Mr Candys.

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THE NATIVE PLOUGHERS., Issue 10463, 5 November 1897

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THE NATIVE PLOUGHERS. Issue 10463, 5 November 1897

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