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Wanoanui, Novembers. The oobl tampers at the wharf struck work this morning owing to a redaction of 3d par hour Id their pay. The local agents of the Union Sbaam Shipping Oompaoy went up to the Corporation yards and obtained aeveral men who were then atone breaking, and put them to nnload the Moa and Manawatu, which arrived thla morning with coal, but after unloading one track thoy gave it up, the work being too moon forr them. Wellington, November 5. The City Ocuacil which a fortnight ago refused the application of the Fetone Borough Oounoil to ebare the water a apply of Wellington, has deolded to re-oonaider the application. Mr Mackay reports that the Amur I Plains earthquakes began at Glen Wye, He ocniidera there Is no possibility of a voloanio outbreak. There never has been one m the dletriot slooe the miocene period, Mr Adams, Holioltor, of Danedin, .who is engaged m the Appeal Ooort, had a gold pin stolou from the robe room of the Supreme Oourt this morniog, A short time baok Botno money was stolen from the library m the same" buildings: Ohristohoroh, November 5, Captain A. Sproule, one of the earliest settlers at Lyttelton, died there to-day, aged 77. Ha firat came here m 1851, In command of the batque Hoogbley from Australia. Ha wan harbormaster and pHot from 1857 to 1869, and was afterwards marine surveyor to Lloyd'd and the New Zealand Shipping Company. Timabtx, November 5. Sailed—loch K<4th, barque, for United Kingdom with 16,300 sacks wheat. Henry Pile, manager of Lane and Go.'s aerated water factory, has died from the feffaota of a fall from his cart on the Show groands last Wednesday.
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888
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