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The Bush Advocate
New Zealand

1 November 1888

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New York, Oct. 28.
Colonel Hughes-Hallett, who is now on a visit to the United States, was interviewed by the representative of one the papers in this city. He declared that the reason the Queen had never manifested her displeasure at his conduct by depriving him of his military rank, or in other ways putting him under the ban of society, was because she was fully aware of the real facts of the case, which went to prove he was not so guilty as report averred.