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News and Notes.

On fourth page to-day will be found ■omo interesting Farm and Daiiy news.

A lad named John Henry Ellerm was anested at Feilding on Tuesday on a charge of stealing a horse at Manaia, the property of James Goldup, and was remanded to Hawern, where he was brought up yesterday and further remanded to Manaia.

The committee appointed by the Hawera County Council to inquire into the matter of the proposed Tangahoe Valley road intend to make a tour ot the route, and also a suj'^csted deviation which would bring the road out at Meremt-ie, on Saturday 7th May. Mr Bullaid, suiveyor, who has reported on the proposed road will accompany the committee, and members of the Borough Council will also be invited to go.

The editor of the New Zealand Dairyman is young at journalism, or he would have known that when reprinting seven columns of our repot t of the address by Mr J. B. McEw.in and the discussion thereon it would have been bare courtesy ,to acknowledge indebtedness to the Stak.

Another vessel Ims met her fate in the Magellan Straits, and very i.hoitly after the Mataura's ill fated ending. The steamer Cococoia, -lOOti tons, belonging to the Pacific S.S. Co.. was proceeding to Valparaiso, when she ran on a reef and became a total wreck.

On Tuesday afternoou (the Taranaki Herald reports) the Sheriff informed the condemned native Enoka that the Executive bad decided, after due consideration, that the law should take its course. Enoka received the terrible news in silence, shownig no outward sign whatever of being effected, and seeming hardly to realise the gravity of the situation.

Messis Ringwood and Woohner, who sold out of the Waimate Hotel, have during the time they have been in Mauaia identified with athletic and cycling sports, and have been generous 1:1 their support of all movements for the good of the place.

The Falls Mountain Ilouso will l>e closed at 'he cud of the month.

Mr Walk'i Lewis h-is taken over the Wai. mate Hotel from Mr Ringwood. Mr and Mrs Lewis were tavorably known in connection with the Manaia Hotel a few years a^o when Mr Chai les Lewis was proprietor, and should gel a fair share of support lrom the trnvclling public.

A grand variety concert will be held in Okai-iwa Town Hall on Tuesday l-\ciiiii(,' ne\t, in aid ol the Hall hind.

It is intended to try and get the lion. the Minister A Education to unit the \Ya:iganui Education Boaid and the various int-niber.--. of the House lepic.scnting the Wc-t Coast cons'tituenrics on the ;ii|i May at Wiinganui for Ihi purponL ol bringing under his i ,iice tin.' inannei m which the division ol the building \otc nttVcts tbe^e districts wheie -.<> much settlement is |j;.>ing on.

'• A wind to tin- wise i- MilVicient 1 , and a wold I'ioin the wise should be suHicieiu, but you ask, who are tln-wi~c'r Tho'-e who know. Tin* oft repeated experience ol trustworthy poison-; may be taken for knowledge. Mr. \V. M. Teir,> ••ajv Chambci lain's Cough Ri niedy f^i\es liettei satisfaction than any other in the murk'-t. He has been in the drug buisiii'Ss at Klklon, Ky.. |nr twelve years; has told hundreds of bottles of this ruined) ami nearly all othe cou^li mc.liciiK'.s iiruiufactiiK'd. which showi c inclusively that Chamberlian's is the most, Mitishiclory to the people, and is the best. l'"or sale at llaweia (lenenil Stoic.

The lie- 1 bouse tor lmninongriy nl nil inscriptions is ;tl }•'. .1. Wiii'l •%•'.., C.i'.h li<ilililnii<;iT. I'oljito lolK-:, Is lid and ,">^; Idlij; bundle hlmvtils, H.s ; hpudu-., I-;, Is <!<| midfjs; hayforks, Is (id; milk slrain.-i.-. Is (id; dairy thermometers, Is; eliareiiu iion.-i, ; lemon sijuue/i'is, ',1(1; scin'i blushes, lid, lid, Is, and Is lid ; tennis halls and tennis racKi ts ; win- ••lollies lines, Is table km\es (»o<xl <|u;il'ln), Is the hall iln/.fii ; Mm .mi's nii|iioveii jamjars. Us do/, inn lock-:, 2i ; nun lice loci ■ . Is i;d. Spli-n did \ali<. '. c<naniel\\aie, bru •hwarc, lin- \\ ne, cutlery, tools, dci mats bedsteads apini;; iii;iUi< -mS, and all Household liii iiishin^b. Advt.

Fill coll^ll- and Colds laki Uood's (ileat lV|i|KTMiitit Cine. Is lid mid L' I'd.

.Million .ot lt.it ol iJ'iilin^ Tiinlii i loi !..;«.. ccnniiuiiiiiile with A. 11. W>lds, I'nluier.stoii North. - AiUt.

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News and Notes., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXXIV, Issue 3833, 29 April 1898

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News and Notes. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXXIV, Issue 3833, 29 April 1898

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