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  2. QUEENSTOWN.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Queenstown Municipal Council was held on Thursday night. Present The Warden (Mr Alf. L. Webb, chairman) ...

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  3. TULLAH NEWS.

    The funeral of the late John Price was yesterday conducted as arranged, leaving the hospital soon after the arrival of the evening train. By special ...

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  4. PAINFUL DIVORCE CASE.

    [?]Thursday Night—At the Supreme Court to-day, James Frederick Maslin, of Bundaleer, wealthy squatter, petitioned for a divorce from his ...

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  6. A MUCH-MARRIED MAN.

    Wellington, Thursday Night.—Thos Flynn, who came from Launceston some years ago, has boon arrested at Dunedin on a charge of polygamy. He ...

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  8. MASSACRE OF CREY FAMILY.

    Norfolk Island, Thursday.—The steamer Tambo, which arrived to-day, brings news that the remaining four natives concerned in the massacre of ...

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  13. BROKEN HILL TROUBLES.

    A special meeting of the A.M.A was been called for Sunday (to-morrow) afternoon for the purpose of dealing with a proposal to apply to the Federal ...

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