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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

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WaipawAj April 11. ' At a largely attended meeting of thrAberoorn B O. Masonic Lodge last night, it was derided to support the movement for the establishment of a United Grand Lodge of New Zealand. Freezing Works. Nelson Bros have decided, to start large freezing works at Waipukurau which will employ 60 men. They expect to make a start m October. The Unemployed. Dunedin, April 11, A dczen men, representing the unemployed, interviewed the Mayor this mornIng. The latter recommended that they should make out a list of genuine oiaes, and submit it to the olty members with their representation to Government. Dr Fltohett has received a telegram from the Minister of Lands, stating that » few men oan be taken on the Otago Central, and aome oould ba taken on shortly at Oatlln'a Road works,

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 11 April 1889

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