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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PIE PBBBB ABSOOZATION.)

Hie Defaulting Constab'e. DUNHMN, June 28

Mr Oarew, 8.M., to day gave judgment In the case police v Willis, Ho eaid be did not find that tbe constable looked on At the figh*. but was of opinion he did not tollow up promptly and use his best enieavor to arrest one or more of the disturbers of the peace. The constable w»a,jJota,pt«Atei by cowardice, but did •jotfrhigtaty. It was not, however, 0.9

serious a oase as to merit the mazimu* v penalty, and a fke of 40j and coits won be sufficient punishment. Seamen's Union. The Seamen's Union aooepted the com* promise rffered by the Union Steamship Company c incoming the coolie labor on the Both welt Oastie. The vessel was allowed to leave Lyttelton and tbe coolies are to be knooked off en retcrnlrgln a fortnight's [ tlmr, ! I j ; , ' I . 1 i [ t > I >

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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