This Day. At a meeting of settlers yesterday, Mr. Reader Wood m the chair, it was decided to form a North New Zealand Association to watch over all legislation, especially that affecting Auckland. The compulsory clauses of the. Education Act are being enforced, and several persons are being prosecuted. Thirteen seaman of the ship Minister of Marine complained to the Magistrate of illusage by the Captain. One of them was kept ten days m irons on bread and| water, and one day without food, an was jagged and beaten. ; H The police have taken the matter ufl
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AUCKLAND., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 851, 2 August 1879
AUCKLAND. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 851, 2 August 1879
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