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WELLINGTON.

„,;:, i:i;mEliL^^TQ^i,..; • v'.t.,-'I {(', ;; • ;s<-; viv'^ Augnst,29.!,/ does not. include Lite iiames of any per''"s'onsTbut giyes the Governor pow^r, by • •pi; 6'clrl^Uibfi)^6%Viia6iie)sff^ieii?;or!pe •aons'ibys publica't'iofnaJl:G:i^btte!of iiiimffsi'-' ■ -.?.9;.lieqfoJld\vibgni3j.thax; lieporfcj o£;ithe)' Public Petitions ommittee of tho L-gis- . JjUiwj Oouncil, on the petition of James Farrell:—"That, taking the prayer of o the petitioner into consideration, also ifche ve^highjesliinofilfUs of the valuable by him, they are of opinion that if the petitioner Wfe rK&StAt'dd JJOtii^li^li^iservice an ! act of grace would be performed, which -youlc^-j^ijnp;!^aj^jb^prejudicinl to the efficacy and discipline of the police force.

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WELLINGTON., Feilding Star, Volume III, Issue 22, 30 August 1882

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WELLINGTON. Feilding Star, Volume III, Issue 22, 30 August 1882

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