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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

[per press association.] j

Th«*l.ate I\ J. , «arrlck> Eafate. Chbistchubch, -Jiune ,19,' . The will of the late Francis James Garrick was proved to-day. The estate is sworn under £110,000. Xhe Wellington Tramway X<abor DiNputo Wellington, June 19. At a meeting which extended over midnight, the Trades and Labor Council fully discussed' the tramway dispute, and carried the following resolution, -which was forwarded to Dr Grace: "That, with great: reluctance, the Council now decine ihat they have no other alternative but to notify the directors that all members of the Union in the emplby of the Wellington City Tramway Company, be withdrawn from work at once." The decision of the meeting was announced to a meeting of tramway employees held later, with the result, that the whole of the latter have gone out on strike.' The number out is 37, -including drivers, grooms, and guards. The strike, will not, however, affect the ordinary traffic of the tramway, as the proprietors had previoualy arranged for a new staff/ and the cars are running as usual this morning. The Council call on all tJnionists .and sympathisers to support the' Wellington Bus Company which has been running in opposition to the Tramway-ifor some time. t „ .. •' -„ ■«-, A Gubernatorial Contradiction. His Excellency the Governor has in-, formed Ministers- that there is no tfuth, in the rumor that he intended: to-leave Ithe colony at the'end of the yeer," and, it is fully expected he will remain his full term in New Zealand. .- . , Fatal :Acrl<l*nt ■ At Bulls a .man: named Samuel Klatt was killed yesterday'through the detached branch of a tree falling on him while working in the bush., Aporting-. . .Wellington; June 19. At the request ■of -the Hon. Capt. Russell, who acted aa Chairman' of the Conference ,of racing delegates in DunedinJ H. M.Lyon (of the Wellington Racing^Club), has issued a circular convening a, meeting of delegates from the Metropolitan Club's to be held in Wellington on Friday, • I,sth"' August.'. The business set out is- the question of forming a New Zealand club, and other current business; and clubs are reminded that whenever any Metropolitan Club desires to bring before a conference any important alteration in its rules, notice of such proposals must be forwarded to each, ■of the Metropolitan Clubs, at least one month before the date fixed for holding the Conference. .

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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