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NEW ZEALAND.

("UNITED PBEeS ASSOCIATION.] Wellington, January 20. The body of a prematurely born infant was found at Oriental Bay this afternoon by some children, having been washed np at high water. The official declaration of the poll gives | McLean 3388 and Bell 3245 reducing McLean's majority to 143. Thirty two votes for McLean and 23 for Bell were disallowed, while one vote was found which had not been counted for Bell. Auckland, January 20. Constable W. Grey, of the City Police Force, has been promoted to the rank of second-class constable for his courage m saving the life of a boy, who fell into the harbor recently. It is stated that the Uriwera Natives, who have for so many years isolated themselves from Europeans, have given perrnis eion for the survey of two hundred thousand acres of land m their territory at a point inland from Ruatoke, m the Whakatane district. Donedin, January The Chairman of the Tramway Company eaid Direotors had made searching enquiries as to the adaptability of electrical motors, and were satisfied if adopted electricity would not only increase the traffic, but the receipts to the extent of £4000.

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NEW ZEALAND., Marlborough Express, Volume XXVIII, Issue 17, 21 January 1892

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NEW ZEALAND. Marlborough Express, Volume XXVIII, Issue 17, 21 January 1892

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