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Thefollvwmg appeared invar Second T £ Edition ofjyestefday. vl-'/f. lIST^KJRIioVIIVCIAI-,..'-!!: r : —•► • :' -•£&* . r . „ . . [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] ' : • ' 'Wellington, June 13. -The Trades and. Labor-Council have i decided; to!insist 'o^'jbh^TrajtawayTCom".^fy] pan>: accepting the same, terms as tha Bus Company, .namely,' ,66 hours per week ' for grooms, and 72 for guards,; .wages for " ' drivers 45s per week, guards 20s to 255, . gi-oonis 40s to 455, the minimum only to apply to new and unskilled hands. . . The Councilcohsiders the-scheme pro-- .-; ! posed by tramway owners as visionary ; and,unstable, and intend, if necessary, to,^ force the adoption of their proposals. . -f ■ The body of a young woman named - Delia Lenahan, a barmaid, was found j.... -floating in.the ;harbor this morning. It is'". , supposed to be a case of accidental drown- : ing- ' ,- A .•■ ' ", '■"/' CHSiSTCHtTRCH, June 13. -*;'.-3 . Judge Dennistonj ?in referring to the:f': refusal to discharge a laborer, said this, i morning:—"l say. emphatically the >> Bankruptcy Acts rare, not meant, and as:-^ far as I can help it shall not be applied, 'J 5 in cases of non-traders who:incur debte,;";^ and' without alteration? in. their circurn-;*^ stances ask for a discharge.; •■ <=-'. _-'■-. >$$ \•" 1: TiMAmr, June 13, :&! Speaking at Wai-iti last night Majbr:^ Steward said he intended to move _reso-°f % lutions for the adoption of the Swiss "Ke^-'"^ ferendum.and a Fixed Executive, to heij discussed by the House and country. He^ ; condemned the ■ land ' administration,; ? £ saying that recent sales did not meanrj proportionate settlement so much as^ extension of. existing- holdings. TlieVj railways, he said, were ill managed,- and;;;; Vaile's system should be tried. He'Vj hoped the House .would vote a sum fori i re-purchase of land for labor settlements. : '>? ' ■ ' DuNEDlBr,\ June 13. ': ; . Tlie Federated Seamen's Union have'ss^ sent £27 10s to , the Wharf -Laborers' 1?: Union, and £50 in aid of the strikers at ; Shag Point. •"'.-.,, . ;.] In dealing with a number, of lads:; charged with riotous conduct rthe Bench|fg commented severely on the increaae of - larrikinism, and characterised it as 6n»- . .'of the great evils of the city. . ~-\''l'o

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FIRST EDITION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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FIRST EDITION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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