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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(FSB PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Napier Park Baces. Napier, June 27. The Napier Park Steeplechase meeting has been postponed till Saturday, when it will be held, so It la announced, without regard to the weather. Obituary Wellington, Jane 27 Mr G. B. Geo?ge, manager of the gas works, died suddenly of heart disease last night. He had been abont town a* nsnal during the day. He was only 48 years of age; He came out 25 years ago as engineer for Klonalrd Bros who built the extension of tbe Queen's wharf* He constructed tbe patent slip, and upon the formation of the Gas Oompany, took the post of manager whloh be held ever sinoe. He bad occupied a prominent position ln the Chamber of Oommeroe, Harbor Board, aud other local bodies. Seamen's Union. Dunsdui, June 27. A meeting of the Federated Seamen's TJntoo, at wbioh over 100 were present, was held laat night. Tbe Both well Oastle oue' was oonddered and It was retolved that tbe men oome out at all htzkrds, and tbe ihip be not allowed to leave Lyttelton unless the oooilles are knocked off Tbe Union Oompany offered to compromise and replace the coolies by whites on the vessel's return Jtom Sydney.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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